Source: Professor Graham Beards (Wikipedia)
Get a comprehensive theoretical overview of both fundamental and applied phage biology, complemented with a set of experimental skills that would allow introducing phage techniques directly into an ongoing research programme.
- When: April 24-28, 2023
- Where: Biology Department, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
- Suggested ECTS: 1.5 ECTS (must be discussed with your home university)
- Participant limit: 15 students/postdocs
- Registration deadline: March 17, 2023
View the preliminary schedule and register here
Spring and Summer 2023
For all PhD students and postdocs who want to improve their skills in drawing images/figures for scientific posters, presentations, and publications.
At the end you will have produced a graphical abstract that describes your own research and a scientific poster using the principles of graphic design that you have learned during the course.
28 Feb – 12 May, 2023
27 February, 2023
9 May – 25 Aug, 2023
8 May, 2023
A new PhD course Bacterial biofilms – microbiology and infection, will run next Spring (17-28 April 2023) at University of Gothenburg.
You can find more information and apply via this link until 21 October 2022: https://fubasdoc.gu.se/fubasextern/info?kurs=SK00032
The NDPIA Microbiota and Health course for PhD-students or postdocs will be held at Aspenäs Herrgård just outside Gothenburg, Sweden on November 14-18, 2022.
Register today to save a spot, submit abstract by September 11th.
View the preliminary program and registration form
Artist: Ina Schuppe Koistinen, source: inasakvareller.se
Established in 2000, IVI’s International Vaccinology Course is one of the longest-running vaccinology courses in the Asia-Pacific region.
In order to celebrate IVI’s EU office opening in Stockholm, this year’s vaccinology course will be organized in a hybrid format having the participants hosted in Karolinska Institute (15-20 participants in Stockholm) and IVI HQ (115 participants in Seoul), the presentations will be lively broadcasted from both venues (i.e., Stockholm and Seoul).
This year’s five-day course highlights Breakthroughs in Vaccine Science and Technology, paying tribute to the remarkable strides in vaccine innovation during the COVID-19 pandemic and how they’ve changed the landscape and future of vaccine development.
The course is a combination of lectures, and interactive case studies, presented and facilitated by experts from academia, industry, government, and non-governmental organizations.
From “refresher” lectures to applied topics in vaccine discovery, development, and delivery, the course provides a comprehensive overview of vaccinology with a focus on practicality
Read more: https://www.ivi.int/international-vaccinology-course-2022/
How to register for the course (due by Sept 12, 2022):
Click the link and register now: https://forms.gle/QDESUcWgTfaWAATQA
Course Venue: To be informed later.
Course Fee: Free of charge (Light Breakfast, lunch, and FIKA will be served during all 5 days).
Also Don’t miss out on the ‘Welcome Dinner’ on Day2 (Sep 27)
Ms. Sujin Hwang, IVI Vaccinology Course Secretariat