MBL Summer Courses

Dan Davison dbd at theory.BCHS.UH.EDU
Thu Jan 28 16:53:05 EST 1993


1993 TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES at the MARINE BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY

NEUROSCIENCE 
Neural Systems & Behavior (June 13 - August 6) - Applications due March                                                                    
   2.  Course Directors: Ronald Calabrese, Emory University and Martha                    
   Constantine-Paton, Yale University.  This  program funded in part by  
   a training grant from NIMH, and a grant from the Grass Foundation.
Neurobiology (June 13 - August 14)- Applications due March 2.  Course 
   Directors: Leonard Kaczmarek, Yale University and Irwin Levitan,   
   Brandeis University.  This program funded in part by a grant from   
   NINDS, and a grant from the Grass Foundation.
Methods in Computational Neuroscience (August 3 - 31) - Applications due 
   May 21. Course Directors: David Kleinfeld and David Tank, AT&T Bell   
   Laboratories. This program funded in part by a training grant from 
   NIMH, and grants from the Office of Naval Research and Pew Charitable  
   Trusts.
Cellular Neurobiology of the Leech (August 8 - 28) - Applications due 
   June 1.  Course  Directors: Pierre Drapeau, McGill University and 
   David Weisblat, University of California, Berkeley. This program 
   funded in part by a training grant from  NSF.
Pathogenesis of Neuroimmunologic Diseases (August 15 - 27) -   
   Applications due May 4.  Course Directors: J. Murdoch Ritchie, Yale 
   University and Byron H. Waksman, Harvard and New York 	
   Universities.This program funded in part by a grant from NIMH.

CELLULAR & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
Biology of Parasitism (June 13 - August 14) - Applications due March 2. 
   Course Director: John C. Boothroyd, Stanford University; Associate 
   Director: Richard Komuniecki, University of 	Toledo, Ohio.This 
   program funded in part by grants from The John D. and Catherine T.  
   MacArthur Foundation, the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, and 
   Burroughs Wellcome.
Embryology (June 18 - July 30) - Applications due March 2.  Course 
   Directors: Eric H. Davidson, California Institute of Technology; 
   Michael Levine, University of California, 	San Diego; and David R. 
   McClay, Duke University.This program funded in part by a grant from 
   NICHD.
Physiology: Cellular and Molecular Biology (June 12- July 24)-  
   Applications due March 2.  Course Director: Thomas D. Pollard, Johns 
   Hopkins University.  This program funded in part by a grant from 
   NIGMS.

TECHNIQUES TRAINING 
Analytical and Quantitative Light Microscopy (May 13 - 21) -   
   Applications due March 15.  Course Directors: Greenfield Sluder and 
   David Wolf, Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology. 
Microinjection Techniques in Cell Biology (May 25 - June 1) - 
   Applications due March 22.  Course Director: Robert B. Silver, 
   Cornell University.
Advances in Mariculture (May 16 - 29) - Applications due March 15.  
   Course Director:  Roger T. Hanlon, Marine Biomedical Institute, 
   Galveston, Texas...This program funded in part by a grant from the 
   Office of Naval Research and Texas Sea Grant.
Recombinant DNA Methodology Workshops (August 2 - 7 Basic Level, August 
   9 - 14 Advanced) - Course Director:  Robert Farrell, Exon-Intron, Inc
Optical Microscopy and Imaging in the Biomedical Sciences (October 20 - 
   28) - Applications due July 19.	Course Director: Colin S. Izzard, 
   State University of New York at Albany.

MICROBIOLOGY
Microbial Diversity (June 13 - July 29) - Applications due March 2.  
   Course Directors: Martin Dworkin, University of Minnesota and John 
   Breznak, Michigan State University.  This program funded in part by 
   grants from the Office of Naval Research, the U.S. Department of 
   Energy, and the Foundation for Microbiology.

GENETICS & EVOLUTION
History of Biology: Human Genetics in the 20th Century (August 1-11) -       
   Applications due May  21.  Course Directors: Garland Allen, 
   Washington University; John Beatty, University of Minnesota; and Jane 	
   Maienschein, Arizona State University. This program funded in part by 
   a grant from the Dibner Fund, Inc.
Molecular Evolution (August 8-20) -Applications due June 1.  Course 
   Director: Mitchell Sogin, Marine Biological Laboratory.This program 
   funded in part by a grant from NSF.

INFORMATION SCIENCE
Medical Informatics (June 2 - 8) - Applications due  March 26.  Course 
   Director: Homer Warner, University of Utah School of Medicine. This 
   fellowship program is sponsored by the National Library of Medicine.
			
For further information and application materials contact: Ms. Dorianne 
Chrysler, Admissions Coordinator, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods 
Hole, MA 02543, Ph: (508-548-3705, Ext. 401), Fax: (508-457-1924), 
E-mail: admissions at mbl.edu



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