2020 is the bicentennial year of the French National Academy of Medicine. This terrible start to the year with the epidemic and its impact reminds us how important medical and scientific expertise is, and how the response to the challenges is facilitated by partnerships in Europe and internationally.
In this context, The National Academy of Medicine has launched an International Webinar on Covid-19 on June, 16. Download the program Check the speakers Register
How to sustain scientific and academic collaborations between France & Australia during and after a pandemic? How will international partnerships be affected by this crisis?
Meet our 4 speakers to answer these questions:
Global crisis, global impact: towards a reshape of international collaborations?
Abid Kahn, DVC Global Engagement, Monash University
Sustaining a strategic partnership: PSL/ANU case study
Minh-Hà Pham, VP International, Paris Sciences & Lettres Univer
Deadline Monday 1 June, 2020 Fellowships are awarded by the Council of the Academy on the recommendations of the Selby Fellowship Selection Committee. This fellowship is a good opportunity for many to travel to Australia and it is available for researchers from any science background. Prospective candidates should not only be outstanding scientists but also should have strong public lecturing abilities. It is intended that awardees will present advertised public lectures and
AFRAN has made a submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade regarding opportunities for strengthening Australia’s relations with the Republic of France. The AFRAN’s contribution covers the themes of bilateral relations in science, research and innovation. AFRAN has highlighted the importance of strengthening French-Australian cooperation in research and innovation in order to promote the emergence of solutions to global and multinational