Join the Women in Science and Mental Health panel

Mental health

It is important to take care of your health especially in demanding and challenging working conditions, such as doctoral studies.

Lectures on the importance of mental health.

Women's empowerment

The importance of women's empowerment is the basis for a healthy and strong society.

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Student corner

Within the panel, a student corner and a debate are planned.

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For equal opportunities!

Regardless of the profession in which women are engaged, it is necessary to make society aware of the need to create equal conditions, opportunities and equal advancement, for both men and women.

Today women scientists are playing a leading role in strategic research in many fields.

Women are achieving success in all walks of life with dedication and hard work.

Women scientists have set many examples by their passion and commitment towards science.

Women's Empowerment Panel

The Panel Leader is Dr Martina Topic who is a behavioral sociologist and communications scholar currently working as a Reader at Leeds Beckett University, UK. Martina has extensive experience in the field of human rights and women’s rights and with her work and efforts she strives to make the environment in which she works better. Join this interesting Panel because there are plenty of reasons for it!

Women in Science

It is important to encourage women in the work environment, as well as to raise public awareness of the importance of equality in the context of business opportunities, employment and advancement, regardless of gender.

Student corner

The leader of the student corner is a medical student at the University of Cambridge, Rachel Boixadera, who enjoys combining technology and medicine and encourages students to be creative and innovative through a student’s MTF Association in which she is one of the members of the leadership in innovation team section.
  • Discussion
  • Knowledge exchange
  • Changing experiences
  • Short workshops
  • Presenting innovations
  • Cooperation

Mental Health Panel

It is believed that more than 40% of doctoral students have a mental health problem during their doctoral studies. Of these, more than a third of doctoral students considered discontinuing their studies altogether for mental health reasons, and 14% did not complete their studies. It is important to take care of yourself and your health, and the aim of this panel is to make participants aware of this importance.

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