ESE Summer School
Du 17 au 20 Juillet 2022
Joins us for the ESE Summer School 2022
Grants are available to help you attend!
The ESE Summer School is a fantastic opportunity to attend lectures from leading endocrine researchers and grow your professional network. With breakout sessions designed to facilitate discussions around scientific challenges, and an extensive social programme, you won’t want to miss it!
Registration can be purchased with or without your accommodation included, meaning you secure your place in Innsbruck without needing to worry about finding a place to stay.
Without accommodation: Includes full registration and access to all sessions and sporting activities, course materials, all catering: coffee breaks, lunch and evening dinner (excludes breakfast and accommodation).
With accommodation: Includes full registration and access to all sessions and sporting activities, course materials, all catering: coffee breaks, lunch and evening dinner. Shared accommodation includes 3 nights’ accommodation (arrival: Sunday 17 July 2022, departure: Wednesday 20 July 2022).
The Early Bird rate has been extended until 15 June (23:59 CEST) so make sure you book your place today!
Grants to help you get to Innsbruck
ESE is pleased to support your attendance of the Summer School with our Meeting Grants. ESE Student, Early Career or Low Income Country members can apply for a €400 grant to towards the cost of attending!
In addition to this, we are now offering a brand new PhD travel grant of up to €700 to cover both registration and travel for the Summer School! Find out if you are eligible and how to apply on the ESE website.
The Summer School programme has been developed by the 2022 European Hormone Medal winner,Josef Köhrle (Germany) and Martin Fassnacht (Germany), Chair of the Science Committee.
With the Opening Plenary Lecture being delivered by Cynthia Andoniadou (UK) titled Single cell analysis, you won’t want to miss this chance to hear from leaders in the field.
Find out more by viewing the programme online.