The first TRAYSS PRIME workshop was successfully held during XIII Biotechnology Summer School of Gdansk University and Medical Academy Gdansk. The seminar in Lapino near Gdansk, Poland, was headlined “Project Management – A secure way to success”. About 40 young international scientists from the fields of medicine and biotechnology – undergraduated and post-graduated students as well as Ph.D. students and professors – followed the lectures.
Henner Willnow, TRAYSS PRIME project manager, sums up: “The concept of giving management tools to young scientists in the region works out. The interest and positive words from the audience indicate the high demand for management trainings among young researchers. Moreover, I appreciate their understanding for research project management. Those young researchers are aware of the importance of project management tools to give the daily work in the laboratories more flexibility and more resources for excellent research in the ScanBalt BioRegion.”
TRAYSS PRIME, (EU FP6), offers training in project management, innovation and IP management as well as FP7 applications for young scientists in the field of life sciences. It is organised by Steinbeis Team Northeast, Rostock, Prosciencia Beratungs-GmbH, Lübeck, and the biotech network ScanBalt. More workshops with the different topics will take place in Hamburg and Gothenburg, furthermore a spring school will be organised in 2008. More information about future seminars as well as the sign-up to the TRAYSS PRIME mailing list can be found online at www.scanbalt.org/trayss.
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