EUniWell Early Career Researchers’ Workshop and PhD Scientific Days Conference

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Semmelweis University invites PhD students to take part in the EUniWell Early Career Researchers Talent Hub to share knowledge and collaborate with other PhD students. Apply by 20 May to participate in a tailor-made EUniWell workshop and an international conference from 8-10 July.

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PhD students from EUniWell partner universities are invited to participate in the EUniWell Early Career Researchers’ Talent Hub workshop on 8 July and the PhD Scientific Days Conference on 9-10 July 2024, in Budapest.

Registration is free for EUniWell PhD students from the University of Birmingham, University of Cologne, University of Florence, University of Konstanz, Linnaeus University, University of Murcia, Nantes Université, University of Santiago de Compostela, and Semmelweis University. 

25 selected students will receive EUniWell funding to cover travel and accommodation costs. Additional PhD students are also welcome to attend the event at their own expense.

The aims of the initiative are to:

  • support the sharing of scientific knowledge and networking;
  • encourage talented young researchers to share their scientific results in an international conference and collaborate on well-being themes;
  • build a cohort of the EUniWell Early Career Researchers’ Talent Hub;
  • facilitate international mobility between the EUniWell partner universities’ Graduate Schools and research groups.


Event overview

  • Location: Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
  • Dates: 8-10 July 2024 
  • Note: full 3-day attendance is mandatory for EUniWell funded participants
  • Target groups: PhD students from the following scientific fields:
  • Cardiovascular Medicine and Research, Conservative Medicine, Dental Research, Health Sciences, Mental Health Sciences, Molecular Medicine, Neurosciences, Pathological and Oncological  Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Health Technologies, Surgical Medicine, Theoretical and Translational Medicine
  • Programme language: English


Preliminary Programme for EUniWell participants

Monday, 8 July 2024, 09:00-17:00 (CEST)

EUniWell Talent Hub workshops at Semmelweis University

PhD students will have the opportunity to network with each other and participate in in-person workshops related to well-being and transversal skills.

Further information about the workshop:

Target group:  Early career researchers (PhD students) from EUniWell universities only

Preliminary preparation for the workshop: Not required

Trainers: Emilie Camberlein, lecturer at Nantes Université and Rosa María Limiñana Gras, professor at the University of Murcia

Theme: Sex and gender in medicine and biomedical research

Main objectives of the workshop:

The aim of this training is to raise PhD students’ awareness of sex and gender issues in medicine and biomedical research.

During this training participants will discuss gender bias in medical care. The trainers will present the biological parameters related to biological sex, that can have an impact on health and the development of diseases (i.e. genes on sexual chromosomes and hormones). Finally, this presentation will introduce experimental models which allow to study the impact of sex related parameters on biological processes.  

The presentations will be followed by a workshop dedicated to discussion in small groups, in order to evaluate how participants could be including sex and gender in their own research and which experimental model could help them answer their research questions.

Certificate: printed and/or digital at the end of the workshop

Tuesday-Wednesday 9-10 July 2024, 09:00-17:00 (CEST)

PhD Scientific Days Conference at Semmelweis University

PhD students will have the opportunity to give oral presentations or to present their research results with posters.

Further information about the conference:

  • Target group:  Early career researchers from any universities
  • Preliminary preparation for the conference: required (abstract submission)
  • Registration: free for all PhD students
  • Abstract submission link:
  • Registration and abstract submission: open until 20 May 2024
  • Certificate: digital at the end of the workshop


How to apply

Application deadline: The application for the EUniWell workshop and the registration for the Conference is open until 20 May 2024.

To apply for travel and accommodation funding, please fill out and submit the Application form by 20 May 2024.

Participation in the EUniWell Early Career Researchers’ Talent Hub workshop and PhD Scientific Days Conference is free of charge for selected applicants from all EUniWell member universities.

The selected EUniWell participants can receive funding to cover their travel and accommodation costs if they confirm that they will attend both, the EUniWell Early Career Researchers’ Talent Hub workshop and the PhD Scientific Days Conference.

The organisers will provide an admission response to all applicants and the selected students will be informed about receiving EUniWell funding at the end of May 2024.

Please note that funded participation at the event has a limited number of spots. Each eligible EUniWell university has an equal number of seats. If applications exceed capacity, a waiting list may be implemented. In any case, you will be informed whether you are on the main list or on the waiting list.


For more information, please contact Eszter Turopoli: turopoli.eszter[at]

Further information

This workshop is open to all universities within the EUniWell Alliance. The workshop is organised in the framework of the EUniWell Early Career Researchers’ Talent Hub pilots, as part of EUniWell’s #Research project. 

The EUniWell #Research project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101035821.