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Valéry is a PhD student at the University of Maastricht working with Professor Tim Wolfs and Assistant Professor Daan Ophelders

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PREMSTEM consortium 2023 annual meeting

PREMSTEM consortium members came together for the project’s annual meeting on 6 and 7 September 2023 at the Maastricht Exhibition and Conference Centre. We were also joined virtually by members of our advisory board. Maastricht University researchers organised the two-day programme which included a session for PhD and postdoctoral researchers to present their research, the formal meeting where each work package leader presented updates and progress in their tasks, and networking within the team. Project coordinator Professor Pierre Gressens welcomed partners to the formal meeting before work package leaders took to the floor to present project updates from the different work packages. Some of the highlights are outlined below: We look forward to coming together again for the 2024 annual meeting which will be hosted by our consortium members at the University of Gothenburg next June.

Young investigators session 2023

PhD and postdoctoral researchers presented their latest research to the PREMSTEM consortium

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PREMSTEM project coordinator, Professor Pierre Gressens, reflects on our progress and activities in 2022

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PREMSTEM partners from different parts of Europe and Australia attended the project’s first fully in-person meeting

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The session was an opportunity to hear about the different PhD and postdoctoral research taking place among our partners

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Our first consortium meeting of 2022 was an opportunity to discuss the latest updates from our labs and to plan our annual meeting

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Masako Jinnai, Gabriella Koning, Gagandeep Singh-Mallah, Andrea Jonsdotter, Anna-Lena Leverin, Pernilla Svedin, Syam Nair, Satoru Takeda, Xiaoyang Wang, Carina Mallard, Carl Joakim Ek, Eridan Rocha-Ferreira, Henrik Hagberg

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PREMSTEM Project Coordinator, Professor Pierre Gressens, reflects on our progress and activities in 2021

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