MedBioInfo conference 2023

We are now happy to announce that the registration for the MedBioInfo conference is open!

The conference will be handled in total by MedBioInfo. NORBIS offers up to 25 PhD students and postdocs to join this conference. PhD students will be prioritized.

Time: 11-13th September, 2023

Location: Hotel Yasuragi Stocholm

Registration deadline: June 5th. For sending in abstracts: 1st July. Link to registration form so you get access to Canvas:

Description: This is the annual conference for our Swedish collaborator MedBioInfo. All participants are expected to present a talk or poster on this conference to be eligible to travel support. All info about the conference will be in Canvas and you will receive an email from Canvas with log in information.

Travel: You will book your own transport to Stockholm, we will book hotel for all participants. The conference will start after lunch on Monday and it is possible for participants traveling from Bergen, Oslo and Trondheim to arrive the same day. For those traveling from Bodø and Tromsø, we can cover an extra overnight stay.

There will be two days of NORBIS topic relevant talks from PhD students, keynotes, poster sessions and a soft skill workshop.

Information: MedBioInfo use the “free for teachers” version of Canvas to organize the Meeting. You will need to create a Canvas “free for teachers” account — your home university’s Canvas login will not work here. You will receive a Canvas invite to the meeting as soon as they get your names and emails from NORBIS. The email comes from Instructure and could look like spam. If you will attend, please indicate by accepting your Canvas invite. If you do not wish to attend, please decline your invitation on Canvas.

There will be a poster session, required for students. You are required to give the title and abstract, as a quiz in Canvas. You will see the deadline in Canvas. From these abstracts we will select several to give talks.Talks are an opportunity to let your research be known; it is also important to practice giving presentations as much as possible.