Our Summer School for Postdocs is now open to applications until the deadline of 23:59 on 1 June 2021! The FEMS Summer School for Postdocs will recognize 25 of the most talented and promising researchers from across the world – with spaces reserved for 15-20 European and 5-10 non-European students.
It is designed to support personal and professional development through 10 days of close work with top scientists, and to enable and encourage research collaboration across all fields of microbiology. The outcomes will be to advance your scientific knowledge and enhance your research career.
The content of the Summer School for 2021 will be focused on the following theme:
Microbial Evolvability Mechanisms: Resistance, Biology, and Strategies to Defeat and Detect
The Summer School presents a unique opportunity for early career scientists to receive instruction and supervision from prominent academics, collaborate and network with fellow researchers from an international range of countries, and to discuss their own work as well as wider aspects of being a scientist.
It will run for 10 days from 3 September to 13 September 2021 (pandemic permitting). Accommodation and all facilities will be located in the Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences (MedILS) in Split, Croatia, with some accommodation in nearby facilities to ensure all participants have individual rooms.
The safety and welfare of our attendees and staff is our top priority. Consequently, FEMS will monitor the situation for this year’s Summer School for Postdocs and decide whether the ongoing SARS-CoV2/COVID-19 pandemic will force us to conduct the Summer School in an online format, rather than in person. For now, we are planning an in-person event with various precautions, with contingency plans for an online version of this event.
International and Croatian recommendations and requests for travel and events will be applied.