The Early-Stage Researchers (ESRs) conduct secondments as a part of their PhD program. Below you can read more on how Carlos Ronchi experienced his secondment in the laboratory of Dr. Chiorino at the Fondazione Edo ed Elvo Tempia in Biella, Italy.
’’Being part of a network opens up several opportunities. In my case, I had the chance to work with Prof. Giovanna Chiorino at Fondazione Edo Tempia in Biella, Italy. During my two weeks there, I was able to discuss with other early-stage researchers about breast cancer, outreach activities, and more. By being together at the same place, we could share our experiences knowledge, and learn from each other.’’