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Report on Musha-shugyo : Kohei Konishi

Conference:The 2011 World Congress of Reproductive Biology

Period:October 8th - 12th 2011

Venue:Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns, Australia

Report on Participation in World Congress of Reproductive Biology

   I have participated in the World Congress on Reproductive Biology during Oct. 9 to Oct.12, 2011 in Cairns, Australia and would like to make a report.

   My main objective in participating in the World Congress on Reproductive Biology, an International Conference on reproductive biology, was to give presentation of my research achievements and have discussions with many researchers studying general reproduction, especially the researchers studying the field of spermatogenesis and sperm maturation and to obtain beneficial information for my future research.
   Since I didn't have any experience in giving a presentation at a conference, I wanted to use this opportunity to present my research achievements in front of researchers in the same field.

   For the oral presentation, I found presentations that would be an advantage in my research and listened to them with enthusiasm. But just listening and understanding the presentation was more than I could manage, and thought it as a challenge to figure out how to adopt them in my research.
   As for the poster presentation, I received valuable questions, suggestions and opinions which made me realize on matters that I didn't noticed before. This experience has been a fruitful one for me in carrying on my research.

   Through the participation in this conference, I experienced many new things and feel that I had spent a valuable time in it. At the same time, I became aware of the need to improve my English to communicate with foreign researchers.

   I would like to end my report as above.

(From Musha-shugyo report)


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The venue.
Inside the venue.

In front of the presentation poster.


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