Muscat – The Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation has announced that registration for the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting dedicated to physiology and medicine is open till 2pm on October 13, 2022.
The 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting will be held from June 25 to 30, 2023, in Lindau, Germany. Three young Omani scientists will have the opportunity to interact with about 40 Nobel laureates as well as 600 young scientists from over 80 countries. This unique annual gathering is exclusive for outstanding undergraduate, Master’s and PhD students, as well as post-doctorate researchers in the fields of physiology and medicine.
For selection, interested applicants should show excellence in their principal field of studies, ie in physiology and medicine and related disciplines (being among the top five per cent of their class), show genuine interest and engagement in science and research, receive a letter of recommendation from an academic advisor and/or an internationally renowned scientist who knows the applicant very well, present a comprehensive CV together with an application, be fluent in English and be willing to actively participate in discussions with laureates and young scientists. Other evaluation criteria include age (not older than 35 years of age at the time of the meeting with exceptions for special cases, eg maternity leave), not have participated in previous Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, submit a fully completed application, and commit to being present in Lindau for the full duration of the meeting.
Interested applicants can register through https://www.trc.gov.om/trcweb/topics/research/programs/6696
For further inquiries, applicants can email lindauM@ trc.gov.om or call 22305548.
The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings aim to build the capability of Omani researchers, transfer knowledge and exchange experiences, refine the scientific and research skills of Omani youth, give them the opportunity to get acquainted with Nobel laureates, know the latest scientific developments, and create partnerships and links with scientists from different countries of the world.