We are pleased to announce the 6th round of Azrieli Systems Biology Innovative student Award series.
This year's (2020) theme is: Adaptation: from physiology to genetics and evolution
Themes in previous years:
Innovative use of high-throughput sequencing
Heterogeneity in biology
Use of modern systems biology approaches for studying classical problems
Crossing scientific domains
Led by serendipity: innovative follow-up on unexpected observation
Teams of 2-3 people (consisting of anyone who is not a PI) from two different labs each, are encouraged to form a collaboration and to propose a new research project.
Send your 200 words abstract and a lecture presentation titled "Abstract for Systems Biology grant” via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dead line: November 3, 2020.
The abstract and the presentation should be structured as follows:
What is the biological question (including some background)?
Why is it potentially interesting?
Why do you plan to study this? – provide the large idea and necessary details
What is the expected outcome? Significance?
e-conference will take place on zoom on November 4-5, 2020. You will be asked to make a 3-minutes oral presentation.
All proposals will be ranked by all participants and the PIs.
An award of $ 5,000-10,000 will be allocated to each selected project.
Looking forward to your innovative and exciting ideas!