Since 2014, the European Bioanalysis Forum (EBF) organizes a Young Scientist Symposium. The meeting format was created to provide development opportunities for young scientists to engage in international discussions. Creating a peer community of young scientists has been a proven recipe to lower the threshold and promote engagement in this community of young talents. At the same time, the meetings are aimed at stimulating collaboration between the EBF and academia. This manuscript summarizes the discussions at the Fifth EBF Young Scientist Symposium, held in Bologna (Italy) between 20 and 21 March 2019.

Feedback from the Fifth European Bioanalysis Forum Young Scientist Symposium

Protti M.;Mercolini L.;
2019

Abstract

Since 2014, the European Bioanalysis Forum (EBF) organizes a Young Scientist Symposium. The meeting format was created to provide development opportunities for young scientists to engage in international discussions. Creating a peer community of young scientists has been a proven recipe to lower the threshold and promote engagement in this community of young talents. At the same time, the meetings are aimed at stimulating collaboration between the EBF and academia. This manuscript summarizes the discussions at the Fifth EBF Young Scientist Symposium, held in Bologna (Italy) between 20 and 21 March 2019.
2019
Protti M.; Babylon T.; Delahaye L.; Faber J.; Fox C.; Mahammed F.; Mercolini L.; Mcdonald T.; Salger M.; Vantcheva A.; Timmerman P.
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