Thank you for your participation to the NARILIS Research Day on April 26, 2019!

Thanks to everyone who participated to the 2019 edition of the NARILIS Research Day on April 26 at the Level2 in Wépion!

It was a very successful and stimulating meeting, with more than 100 researchers from 26 different research groups.

Special thanks to the six tandems for their lively and original presentations, as well as to the ten researchers who produced captivating videoflashes! See program

We also sincerely congratulate the presenters who have been selected by the public to be honored with an award! Best tandem communication prizes were awarded to:

- Dr Emilie Faway & Céline Evrard from the URPhyM-LabCeTi for their communication entitled "L'épiderme : le plus grand organe du corps, on vous le met en boîte... et parfois, il nous met en pièces!"

- Prof Martine Raes & Aude Sauvage from the URBC for their presentation entitled "How endothelial cells behave after the endothelialisation of an intravascular medical device".

Prizes for best videoflashes were awarded to

- Elise Pierson & Mégane Van Gysel from the Laboratory of Structural Biological Chemistry (CBS) for their videoflash entitled "Le CBS en 4 questions"

- Sophie Ayama from the URBC for her videoflash "MT180: Les nouvelles aventures de PACMAN".

From left to right: Céline Evrard (PhD student), Aude Sauvage (researcher), Sophie Ayama (PhD student), Emilie Faway (postdoc researcher), Elise Pierson (PhD student) and Mégane Van Gysel (PhD student)

More pictures of the event