[Neuroscience] Summer School promotion
Alfonsina Ramundo Orlando
(by alfonsina from ift.cnr.it)
Thu Feb 10 06:45:38 EST 2011
We are pleased to invite you to attend the fourth edition of the
International Summer School in "Advanced Topics in Cell Model Systems"
to be held in Rome-Italy from 5th-10th June 2011 at the Tor Vergata
Research Establishment of National Research Council of Italy.
The aim of this school is to support early pharmaceutical research by
training young post-PhD investigators, by promoting the exchange of
knowledge, supporting skills and know-how and providing access to
various technologies. During the course target groups of approx. 12-15
young post-PhD students from all over world will brought together.
The course will impart the latest theoretical and practical aspects on
cell model systems, it will positively encourage discussion and exchange
of ideas between the post-PhD students, the speakers, and the scientists
of the CNR. Tor Vergata Establishment has a unique set of advanced
instrumentation and technologies providing a strong technical
infrastructure for our Summer School. It combines world-class advanced
sensors; precise analytical methods; techniques to prepare membrane
models; enhanced imaging capabilities; and sophisticated computational
tools for characterizing and modelling cells.
You are strongly encouraged to apply and submit your CV. The deadline is
31th March, 2011. The web page is at htpp://www.cms3.cnr.it/ The working
language of the school will be English.
*I would appreciate it if you would also send this information to any
colleagues of yours that may be interested. *
We apologise if you receive this invitation more than once, we are, by
necessity, using several data bases to send these invitations.
Thanks for your interest and hope to see you in Rome in June 2011.
Alfonsina Ramundo-Orlando, dr.
Director of the CMS3 Summer School
Liposome Research Laboratory
Institute of Traslational Pharmacology
National Research Council of Italy (CNR)
Via del Fosso del Cavaliere, 100
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