NDPIA is in collaboration with Umeå Centre for Microbial Research (UCMR) offering a course that combines introductory lectures and student learning activities with an international symposium on infection and cancer.
International experts will present basic concepts on principles by which viruses and bacteria subvert the cellular micro-environment to cause cancer.
Participants will have an opportunity to
- Design experimental models to address knowledge gaps in infection and cancer
- Discuss their research with colleagues and international researchers in the field
- Build their national and international scientific network
- Discuss with experts working within infection and cancer research
Registration deadline: August 4th, 2021
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Get access to 5 courses + 4 new courses coming this fall
All NDPIA members are eligible to apply for a code that will give you access to all 9 of Nature Masterclasses courses. We are offering a total of 50 codes and they are valid between May 18, 2021 and May 17, 2022.
New courses launching in 2021:
- Grant Writing
- Experimental Design
Courses you can take now:
- Managing Research Data to Unlock its Potential
- Narrative Tools for Researchers
- Focus on Peer Review
- Effective Collaboration in Research
- Scientific Writing and Publishing
Read more and apply for a code here →
Professor Dan Andersson at Uppsala Antibiotic Center is looking for a postdoc to work on unstable antibiotic resistance (heteroresistance).
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Registration for the Visualize your Science autumn course is now open to NDPIA members.
Only 4 spots left!
- Where: ONLINE
- When: Sep 21 – Nov 26
- Registration deadline: Sep 15
All NDPIA members who have taken the course improved their design skills and highly recommend it.
Read more about the course and how to register here »
During the first week of December 2020, NDPIA offered its first online course on Microbiota and Health. The course introduced the field of microbiomes with a focus on how microbiota affect the health of a host.
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