This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 955756.

InPharma-in-Schools organised by Matteo Guidetti (ESR1)

Matteo Guidetti (ESR1) visited the high school I.I.S. Blaise Pascal in Reggio Emilia (Italy) to give a talk about doctoral research and the InPharma project.  On the 2nd of October, Matteo shared information about his educational experience and why he decided to join InPharma, a European Industrial Doctorate programme. The objectives of the InPharma network were also presented, with a special focus on reducing animal testing in pharmaceutical research and an insight into the field of pharmaceutical research. An overview of European mobility programmes and careers in research concluded the presentation.

In total, ca. 30 students participated during Matteo’s InPharma-in-Schools event. During a discussion about plans after university, many students asked questions about PhD and research opportunities in Italy and Europe.