PI Lunch October 2018: A view into "the life of a PI" – University of Copenhagen

PI Lunch October 2018: A view into "the life of a PI"

Network for Young Scholars is pleased to invite all young researchers affiliated with Center for Healthy Aging to PI Lunch!

Thursday 25th October 2018 from 12:00 - 13:00
Room 05-1-46, Building 5, Centre for Health and Society (CSS), Øster Farimagsgade 5, 1353 Copenhagen K

Register here before 23rd of October

At this PI Lunch, you will meet Professor Rudi Westendorp (Theme II) for an informal talk about career development, personal development and how to stimulate networking. Free lunch is included.

About Rudi Westendorp

Rudi’s research focuses on the different aspects of aging. Next to looking at the societal impact of an aging population, Rudi tries to answer some funda-mental biological questions; does it help to eat less, or to take hormones, vitamins, or minerals? And what can we learn from old people who remain full of vitality, despite illness and infirmity?

Rudi’s favourite season is autumn as it signifies change. According to Rudi, being a junior scientist is the best part of your career, because you’re allowed to think, do and say almost everything you want. As an established PI, Rudi welcomes the return of the feeling he had as a junior scientist; thinking up new projects, trying new things, and if necessary… change things up!

Help us spread the word!

We add importance to the interdisciplinary character of Center for Healthy Aging – so no matter your area of research, we encourage you to bring along your fellow young researcher to an interesting (and free) lunch break.

Feel free to download the poster and hang it up to the benefit of other CEHA affiliated young researchers.