Visitors Programme at the European Bioinformatics Institute

Rob Harper harper at ebi.ac.uk
Thu Feb 23 12:48:08 EST 1995


European Molecular Biology Laboratory
European Bioinformatics Institute

Visitors Programme

The EBI is a newly established outstation of the EMBL located at
Hinxton, about 16 km south of Cambridge, England, where it shares a
site with the Sanger Centre and the Human Genome Resource.

The EBI offers facilities for visiting researchers in the field of
bioinformatics. Typically, visitors will be resident at the EBI for a
period from 2 weeks to 3 months for the purpose of either doing
research in collaboration with a member of the EBI's staff, or in
doing their own research taking advantage of the Hinxton
environment. The EBI encourages small (typically 2-5) groups of
researchers to join forces for joint research at the EBI.

The EBI will offer limited financial support for its visitors, in
addition to providing the facilities for their research. Applications
>From citizens of EU or EMBL Member States are now invited for the
first phase of the visitors programme, that will commence on September
1995. There are no application forms, but applicants are expected to
submit a c.v., a statement of their objectives for their visit and the
name of two academic referees. 

Applicants should write for further details to: 

Professor Michael Ashburner, 
EMBL Outstation, The European Bioinformatics Institute,
Hinxton Hall, 
Hinxton, 
Cambridge, CB10 1RQ, 
UK.



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