Institut Pasteur du Cambodge hosts its second PhD Day
As part of its commitment to its core missions – Research, Education and Public Health – the Institut Pasteur du Cambodge organized, on February 2, its 2nd PhD Day to showcase the work of its doctoral students and to foster exchange and communication among them.
The primary goal of this event is to unite PhD students, facilitating bonds and networks across various units and scientific fields within our institute. Additionally, it serves to highlight and acknowledge their research efforts. This occasion provided PhD students with the opportunity to present their research projects to both their peers and more experienced scientists, and to answer their questions.
The IPC is currently home to 16 PhD students, of diverse nationalities which demonstrates the dynamism and attractiveness of the institute and of the country for research in the medical field.