University of Ioannina
Medical School Laboratory of Biological Chemistry
29 November 2014, Thessaloniki
All EMBL alumni in Greece and their lab members are invited to a special short session dedicated to "EMBL, its alumni and Greece: Resources and Opportunities" that takes place in the context and venue of the annual Congress of the Hellenic Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (HSBMB) on Saturday 29th November 2014, from 18:30-21:00 in the Thessaloniki Concert Hall.
30 June-1 July 2012, Aspraggeloi and Dilofo
EMBL alumni in Greece met to exchange latest research, hear about EMBL infrastructure access projects such as P-CUBE and BioStruct-X, and to discuss how to reinforce relations between life scientists in Greece and EMBL.
25-26 June 2011, Aspraggeloi and Dilofo
Despite the difficult circumstances in Greece, EMBL alumni managed to gather for their fifth annual meeting in the picturesque villages of Aspraggeloi and Dilogo.
26-27 June 2010, Dilofo, Ioannina
Fifteen EMBL alumni working in Greece gathered for their fourth annual meeting in the picturesque villages of Aspraggeloi and Dilofo. Along with 13 family members and ten postdocs from their research groups, the alumni enjoyed a sunny weekend discussing life and science in Greece.
13-15 June 2009, Dilofo, Ioannina
For the third year running, EMBL alumni in Greece met for a weekend break in Dilofo. The focus of their meeting was to further develop means of encouraging young people pursuing a career in science.
31 May – 1 June 2008, Dilofo, Ioannina
Twelve alumni and members of their families (26 people altogether) plus thirteen graduate students and post-doctoral fellows from the groups of several alumni enjoyed a sunny weekend whilst discussing science and life in Greece, at the second meeting of EMBL alumni in Greece.
21 - 22 April 2007, Dilofo, Ioannina
At their first meeting in Greece, seventeen EMBL alumni discussed ways to inspire young scientists in their country. In the beautiful setting of Dilofo, Ioannina, attendees gave short presentations on their current scientific work, and summarised their professional and personal lives since leaving EMBL.