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The BCRT Translational Research Club has organized an interesting set of seminars. They are meant to be interactive where you can gain knowledge and also discuss issues associated with the topics. The series starts with:

Publishing vs Patenting – Why, when and how to protect your Research

Dr. Christoph Feest, Innovation Platform, BCRT
This seminar aims to shed light on the key concepts of intellectual property protection and patenting. It is a joint session with the MacroBio Summer School of the Helmholtz Graduate School for Macromolecular Bioscience. Forthcoming: 19.10.2016     Career outside University – Life after BCRT
16.11.2016     Are Biomarkers dead? – Solutions for new patent law in the US and Europe
18.01.2017     Have advanced Therapies delivered on their promise? About the BCRT Translational Research Club The focus of the Club is to guide PhD students and postdocs at the BCRT/BSRT on how to effectively integrate translational research activities into their daily work. TRC is planned to be an open platform where you can share and comment on ideas, experience authentic cases, learn from different perspectives, and discuss relevant issues around translational research.

We will meet with interested participants once a month in a relaxed atmosphere where everyone is invited to bring in topics, questions or even ideas for projects that navigates the structure and technical aspects of translational research.

The Club will be hosted and facilitated by the TRC team and documented online in order to follow progress of the discussions along with news, interesting articles and current events. As a member of the club you will get a direct access to all the uploaded content and benefit from all the ongoing  activities!

Time & Date

21 September 2016
4.30 pm


Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Campus Virchow-Klinikum
Augustenburger Platz 1
(Südstraße 2)
13353 Berlin