Winners announced on December 7, 2016: (L-R) Meshari Alazmi, 1st Prize; Siham Fatani, KICP Award; Safia Aljedani, 2nd Prize; Imene Boudellioua, 3rd prize
The winners will have an all-expenses paid trip to attend the CBRC conference at KAUST, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The Computational Bioscience Research Center (CBRC) will cover travel and accommodation for a number of students to attend and exhibit their posters at the Conference.
The Student Poster Competition is open for any graduate student to present work from projects that they have carried out at their university or during internships. All submitted posters will become public information, so it is the student’s responsibility to make sure that there are no confidentiality issues or other conflicts arising from the submission.
In order to enter the competition, applicants must be currently in a masters, doctoral or first-year postdoctoral level status. Submissions will be evaluated based on novelty and applicability of Computational Systems Biology in Biomedicine.
The applicants must ensure that they are in possession of a passport valid for at least six months after the intended date of departure from Saudi Arabia in order to be able to apply for a Saudi visa in a timely manner. We will guide and assist the chosen students in their visa application. Proposals should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with Computational Systems Biology in Biomedicine Competition in the subject line to whom further inquiries should be made.
The Student Poster Competition is open to all students of KAUST who have research in the field of Computational Systems Biology in Biomedicine.
Proposals should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with Computational Systems Biology in Biomedicine Competition in the subject line to whom further inquiries should be made.