Scientists presented their work and spoke to colleagues and students at the second GRTF Meet & Greet on November 3rd. The gatherings, which are held at TAU in the spring and the fall, promote conversation around the advanced work being done by GRTF Fellows at TAU and are attended mainly by scientists across disciplines.
GRTF “Global Research and Training Fellowships in the Medical and Life Sciences” was created by the Naomi Foundation for scientists doing cutting-edge research at TAU. The fellowships allow them to travel and work with labs abroad to learn critical new technologies or skills which they bring back to their home labs at TAU. At the Meet & Greets GRTF Fellows share their work with the public and network with past and current fellows; they also provide a space for GRTF hopefuls to learn about the program and application process.