Institut Pasteur du Cambodge holds its first PhD Day
As part of its commitment to its core missions, Research, Education and Public Health, the Institut Pasteur du Cambodge organized today its first PhD Day to valorize the work of its doctoral students and to develop the exchange and communication between them.
This event aims, first and foremost, to bring PhD students together to bond and network across the various units and scientific fields within our institute. It will also be the opportunity for PhD students to present their research project to their peers as well as more experienced researchers, as IPC postdocs and Head of Units.
On this occasion, all PhD students had the opportunity to present their thesis work objectives and to answer questions some of the attendees may have about it.
The IPC is currently having 10 PhD students, of 4 nationalities (6 are Cambodian) which demonstrates the dynamism and attractivity of the institute and of the country for research in the medical field.