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Early-Career Complementologists

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Early-Career Complementologists

 

The scientific youth organisation, Early-Career Complementologists (ECCO), has been started as a collaboration between the International Complement Society and the European Complement Network.

 

In the ECCO we work to engage young researchers in the complement field. We share information about great science, job opportunities, fellowship-calls, as well as social activities. Follow our weekly updates on social media, and participate in shaping your complement society. Follow us, and message us directly on LinkedIn: Early-Career Complementologists or on Facebook: www.facebook.com/EarlyComplement

For general enquiries or further information about ECCO, please contact Nicole (details below).

 

The current ECCO Chair:


Nicole Schäfer, Regensburg, Germany:                                This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ECCO survey

ECCO has created a first survey for early-career researchers to better understand their needs and challenges in their early-career research life. 

This anonymous 10min-survey goals to understand the needs and challenges in an early-career research life, especially in terms of work-life balance, supervisor support and working conditions. Let's work together to make Early-Career-Complementologists better. Please share this link ECCO survey with early-career complementologists.

Should you have any question about the survey please contact ECCO.  

ECCO PhD Journal Article Award:

ECCO announces the 3rd ECCO PhD Journal Article Award, sponsored by the European Complement Network (ECN). The award will be presented by the ECCO committee members at the 19th European Meeting on Complement in Human Disease in Lübeck, Germany. More information can be found here.

 

For more infromation of ECCO activites and active ECCO committee members, pleases click the link to the ECCO brochure at the top of this page.

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