“Open Science: new models of dissemination of scientific information" November 16, at Peoples’ Friendship University Ingrid van de Stadt, Regional Director of Marketing Elsevier's (Netherlands) will d
“Open Science: new models of dissemination of scientific information" November 16, at Peoples’ Friendship University Ingrid van de Stadt, Regional Director of Marketing Elsevier's (Netherlands) will d

November 16, at 4.00 pm Regional Marketing Director of the publishing house Elsevier (Netherlands) Ingrid van de Stadt performs in the Peoples’ Friendship University with an open lecture «Open Science: new distribution model of scientific information." Researchers, undergraduate and graduate students are invited.

The latest technologies make scientific communication more transparent and fast, they bring together scientists from around the world, allow them to work together, communicate and publish their research results with maximum efficiency for the scientific community. We invite you to learn about how the world's largest scientific publisher supports technology and modern trends of "open science", as well as about the new opportunities that are opened to scholars in connection with the development of the means of dissemination of scientific information.

Ingrid van de Stadt has a master's degree in molecular biology at the University of Utrecht (Netherlands). As a researcher she worked in New York, where she conducted research in the field of technology of DNA fingerprinting and molecular aspects of neurodegenerative diseases. During this time, she has published several articles and patent applications for genetic analysis and diagnostic methods. After academic career in the United States, Ingrid took over as publisher of magazines and books on biotechnology at Elsevier. Currently, Ingrid is the Regional Director of Marketing for Elsevier regions of Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, Africa and Latin America.

Language - English.

Where: Peoples’ Friendship University Scientific Library, Hall №1.

November 16, at 4.00 pm Regional Marketing Director of the publishing house Elsevier (Netherlands) Ingrid van de Stadt performs in the Peoples’ Friendship University with an open lecture «Open Science: new distribution model of scientific information." Researchers, undergraduate and graduate students are invited.

The latest technologies make scientific communication more transparent and fast, they bring together scientists from around the world, allow them to work together, communicate and publish their research results with maximum efficiency for the scientific community. We invite you to learn about how the world's largest scientific publisher supports technology and modern trends of "open science", as well as about the new opportunities that are opened to scholars in connection with the development of the means of dissemination of scientific information.

Ingrid van de Stadt has a master's degree in molecular biology at the University of Utrecht (Netherlands). As a researcher she worked in New York, where she conducted research in the field of technology of DNA fingerprinting and molecular aspects of neurodegenerative diseases. During this time, she has published several articles and patent applications for genetic analysis and diagnostic methods. After academic career in the United States, Ingrid took over as publisher of magazines and books on biotechnology at Elsevier. Currently, Ingrid is the Regional Director of Marketing for Elsevier regions of Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East, Africa and Latin America.

Language - English.

Where: Peoples’ Friendship University Scientific Library, Hall №1.

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