Nordic RSGs

Regional Student Group (RSG) is an initiative by the Student Council of the International Society for Computational Biology. There are currently three active RSGs in Nordics.

Nordic RSGs aim is to spread knowledge and inspiration within the field of computational biology for both students and early-career researchers. We are proud to be a part of Nordic Computational Biology together with whom, we aim to highlight scientific breakthroughs in Nordic countries. We are an ideal place for students and researchers to share their knowledge, and a great place for senior researchers to contribute to the future for the next generation of scientists.

In late 2020, Nazeefa Fatima kindly brought together Nordic RSGs and we launched Nordic Computational Biology Talks initiative. Visit Nordic Computational Biology Talks to find out about upcoming events.

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RSG-Denmark (CBioVikings)

CBioVikings was founded to connect students in bioinformatics and computational biology across Denmark in 2015. Since then, it has gained recognition as the Regional Student Group (RSG) for Denmark. CBioVikings provide a space to meet, learn, and network. We have organised meetups, webinars, hackathons, and much more.

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RSG-Sweden

Launched in 2018, RSG-Sweden is the 2nd ISCB's RSG in Nordics with over 200 members and currently one of the active RSGs in Europe. The organisation currently has two active branches; RSG-Sweden Lund and RSG-Sweden Uppsala. Visit the website to find out how to get involved.

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RSG-Norway

The new neighbouring RSG-Norway launched in 2020 with a team of scientists from Oslo.

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