Some Swedish universities provide course catalogues for their doctoral courses. One also provides information specifically for Life Science courses. Relevant links are listed below together with application periods/deadlines. Normally host university paricipants have priority, but if there are vacancies also participants from other universities can be admitted. Please contact the course organizer directly if you are interested in “off-campus courses”. If the information is outdated, switch to the Swedish page at the specific university and perhaps you can find more up to date information. If you know of additional relevant course sites, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be included below.
The Center for Molecular Protein Science, CMPS, offers courses in Life Science techniques:
Bioanalytical HPLC, Confocal laser scanning microscopy, Analytical and quantitative GC-MS, Quantitative PCR, DNA amplification technology, Mass spectrometry small molecules, Proteomic data analysis, Protein factories, Protein spectroscopy PCLS, Immunocell flow cytometry, Microbial flow cytometry, Python Bioinformatics programming, Protein MS
The Faculty of Medicine offers elective courses:
The Department of Biology offers introductory courses and advanced courses in microscopy and Imaging for Life Scientists
University of Gothenburg
Workshop on Modelling in Biology and Medicine (20190509-20190510)
Students from other universities are more than welcome. The aim of the workshop was to bring young researcher in Sweden together.
More courses: http://sahlgrenska.gu.se/english/doctoral-student-portal/from-admission-to-defending-your-thesis/phd-courses
Applications 1-21 April and 1-21 October
Deadlines 15 May and 16 November
Deadlines: 19 May and 18 November
The Faculty of Medicine offers courses:
Deadlines: 20 May and 1 December
Faculty of Science and Technology: