Mon, 1 June, 2015 - Fri, 5 June, 2015
This 1.5 ECTS course at Karolinska Institutet consists of the following topics: 1. Historical thoughts about the efforts of human beings to eliminate malaria, 2. Area-specific diversities of the biological agents in malaria transmission, 3. Evolutionary and ecological processes to promote diversities and 4. Implications of biodiversities on immunities and interventions against malaria infection and disease, toward improved malaria elimination strategies in relation to local characteristics.
Registration dead-line February 28, 2015 – via e-mail to Akira.Kaneko@ki.se
Please note that PhD students in KI collaboration programmes such as the MIMS affiliated Doctoral Programme in Infections and Antibiotics are considered equal to KI PhD students when selecting participants if the activities are oversubscribed (link to information about this at KI). For this course also programme postdocs will have priority.
Akira Kaneko, Dept. of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology
08- 52486833, Akira.Kaneko@ki.se
If you are admitted to the course you can apply for co-funding of travel/accommodation for participating in the course by filling out the form below.
Registration and/or application for co-funding
Bookings are closed for this event.