Excited to share 3 opportunities to do a PhD in the lab!
1: Cambridge iCase studentship in collaboration with the Krupic lab in Cambridge and Cambridge Phenotyping. https://bbsrcdtp.lifesci.cam.ac.uk/available-icase-projects
2: Cambridge BBSRC DTP under the theme "Bioscience for an integrated understanding of health" to work on the central representation of protein restriction. https://bbsrcdtp.lifesci.cam.ac.uk/research-areas
3: Cambridge DTP in Medical Research: applications opening early Ocr 2023. https://dtp-mr.medschl.cam.ac.uk/
Exciting new opportunity for a funded PhD position in Medical Research.
Check this out !
See you at the fourth joint annual meeting of the British Society of Neuroendocrinology and French Society of Neuroendocrinology online!
See you SSIB online !
Find out about our latest research here : the Blouet Lab Brain-Body interaction Crowdcast
Congratulations to Anthony Tsang for winning the New Investigator Award at SSIB 2019
Congratulations to Sophie Buller for winning the IMS PhD poster competition this year.
We'll be at the Europhysiology meeting in London. //www.europhysiology2018.org
Clemence has been nominated for the very competitive HeIDi Award ! We'll be at the 6th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference in Munich this year.
We are now officially part of the MRC Metabolic Disease Unit as Clémence got appointed on a Programme Leader Track position at the MRC MDU !
Sara attended the 2018 Myelin Gordon Conference. Great feedbacks !
Clemence received the Young Investigator at the NOS meeting in Aberdeen
Paper online ! Check out our press release.
Clemence told the Dotty McLeod for the BBC Cambridgeshire Breakfast programme about our work on 25 May 2017.
We're going to Keystone ! Keystone Symposia on Neuronal Control of Appetite, Metabolism and Weight in Copenhagen
The Blouet Lab is attending the 24th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior in Porto, Portugal
The Blouet Lab is attending the EMBO Workshop on Neuronal Control of Metabolism and Eating Behavior in Cascais, Portugal