DAYS UNTIL BRASCON 2017
The Brazilian Graduate Student Conference promotes activities to enable integration, communication, and professional development for Brazilian graduate students (professional or academic masters, sandwich or full doctoral, and postdoctoral) in the United States within the research fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
The need for networking among Brazilian students and professionals working in the United States inspired three Brazilian graduate students to create BRASCON.
All Brazilian graduate students are welcome to attend the conference. This will be a unique opportunity to exchange experiences among masters, doctoral and postdoctoral students from various scientific fields.
Our goal is to connect Brazilian graduate students and professionals in the United States; to enable the dissemination of scientific research; to create a platform for interaction between students and companies; and to recognize talented students through awards.
Our dream is to create a network of competitive and innovative professors, researchers, and professional specialists to impact Brazilian science in the coming years!
To enable integration, communication and professional development for Brazilian graduate students in the United States, particularly those whose research field is related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
To become the largest platform for networking among Brazilian graduate students and professionals in the United States, companies, universities, government agencies, and research institutes from Brazil.
To become an international reference for dissemination and exchange of scientific and technological knowledge in order to consolidate and expand science, technology and innovation in Brazil.
The largest conference of Brazilian graduate students abroad
$50 until January 15, 2017
$65 from January 16 to February 15, 2017
$80 from February 16 to March 12, 2017
This schedule is subject to change.
Saturday - March 11, 2017
Sunday - March 12, 2017
Dr. Miguel Nicolelis
Neurobiology professor at Duke University
Dr. Marcelo Gleiser
Professor and theoretical physicist at Dartmouth University
Dra. Cristina Caldas
SciBr Foundation president
Dr. Leonardo Teixeira
Research director at GeneWEAVE, Roche
Business development director at Boston University
Dr. Bernardo Lemos
Brazilian Consul General in Boston
Dr. Márcio Resende
RAPiD Genomics CEO
Ana Carolina Nogueira
R&D Manager at J&J
Check the links below and learn what the media has
been writing about BRASCON:
If you wish to know more information about BRASCON and receive our press release or if you would like to cover our conference on March 11-12, 2017, please contact our team.
Abstract Supplement 2016
The official publication of the Brazilian Graduate Student Conference (BRASCON) published annually as an online supplement issue.
The students and professionals that make the BRASCON possible!
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Public Relations Coordinator