Berlin4Ukraine: Meet & Learn - A networking event for exile researchers
On June 30th, NeuroCure and the Einstein Center for Neurosciences participated in Berlin4Ukraine: Meet & Learn - A networking event for exile researchers. The goal of the event was to introduce academics, PhD students and researchers that had to flee from the war in Ukraine to the German scientific system and science funding system. Moreover, it was a great opportunity for networking between scientists from Ukraine and Berlin.
Dietmar Schmitz and Andrea Kühn hosted the panel for Life sciences.
The event was a great success: a lot of people came and shared their experiences, creating new connections and learning from one another.
More information can be found here.
You can find the recording of the event on the Youtube channel of Berlin Research 50 (BR50): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ne6Uv_z_qw4.
The video included the welcome remarks, the introduction to the German science system and the panel with Ukrainian researchers.
The panel discussion on ways to support the science system in Ukraine and to advance research cooperation between Germany and Ukraine in the future is also available on the BR50 Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqR4SrFHdcw
For further information on support for students and researchers from Ukraine, please have a look at:
The website of the German-Ukrainian Academic Society: https://ukrainet.eu/
The websites of the Berlin University Alliance: https://www.berlin-university-alliance.de/en/ukraine/index.html
The website of BR50 (--> click on IG Ukraine --> Read on):https://www.br50.org/en/topics/interest-groups