SLAS Europe 2023 will offer specifically designed events targeting students and early career professionals. These programs provide a focused and valuable experience for those considering and embarking on a career in the field of life sciences discovery and technology.
This section is broken down into pages featuring more information on how SLAS can help guide and support your progression through grad school to a career in the life sciences and beyond!
Sign up for FREE one-on-one Mentor Match sessions with industry professionals on Wednesday, 24 May and Thursday, 25 May. These 45-minute sessions will be held within private booths in the SLAS Booth area. Sign up soon, as slots will fill up quickly!
How to Set Up an Appointment
Appointments are on a first-come, first-served basis and fill fast. To secure an appointment:
Journal Workshop: The Protocol for Protocol Articles – How Industry Authors Can Submit Their Research for High-Impact Results
Thursday, 25 May | 12:30 – 13:30
Hall 3 - SLAS Booth
Join us for a workshop designed to help industry authors navigate the complex world of journal submission. Hosted by a team of experienced journal editors, this workshop will provide practical strategies for submitting life sciences research, with a focus on protocol and technical brief articles. The workshop includes a fun quiz competition at the end, with the winner receiving a high-quality pair of noise-cancelling headphones.
Meet the SLAS Editors
Thursday, 25 May | 13:30 – 14:30
Hall 3 - SLAS Booth
Stick around after the workshop for a special "Meet the Editor" event. This event will feature Robert M. Campbell, Ph.D. (Redona Therapeutics) and Joseph Olechno, Ph.D. (Beckman Coulter), two experienced journal editors who can answer questions about the publication process and offer advice on submitting your research. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with industry experts and gain valuable insights into the world of life sciences research.
NEW! Who’s Hiring? Special Recruiter Hours at the SLAS Booth
Thursday, 25 May | 12:00 – 13:00
Want to know which exhibiting companies are hiring? Stop by the SLAS Booth to learn more! Companies that have open positions at any of their locations will be giving quick 5-minute updates on what positions are available within their organizations and will tell you where to meet them to learn more. If you have an opening at YOUR company and would like to learn how to participate, contact Gina Anzalone, SLAS Membership Manager.
Career Center: Job Boards
Stop by the interactive job board kiosks in the SLAS Career Connections section of the SLAS Booth. Job seekers and employers can search by keywords or location, browse or post available jobs and post resumes for potential employers prior to or onsite.
Take the first steps towards your professional growth journey by creating an account in the online SLAS Career Center. Create an account to upload your resume, search for jobs by keyword or career interest, utilize the reference check center, and more.
The SLAS Mentor Match program reflects our commitment to you and your professional development. Mentor Match is designed to help you find, connect with, and give or receive guidance and ideas from other SLAS community members — at any time of the year!
SLAS Student Resources provides information and content specific to the student and early career professional, all in one handy section of our website. Here you can find information on awards, grants, online discussions, career-focused episodes of our New Matter podcasts, how to get published, and more!
SLAS Meet-Ups are online discussions featuring topics from technology challenges to professional networking and advancement advice and more. Visit the SLAS Meet-Ups page for more information on upcoming Technology Information Exchange, Get Ahead, and SIG Science Circle events.