- Advanced courses (national and international) with theoretical and technical relevance to infection biology and antibiotics
- Travel grants for short research stays in Sweden and abroad to promote a personal exchange of scientific knowledge that benefits research of the applicant and their research environment
- Biannual meeting held jointly with the Swedish National Network for Infection Biology and the Swedish Society for Microbiology that gives an opportunity to present and discuss your research
- Co-funding for travel and accommodations for participation in our activities
- A national and international network of scientists at all levels that work within infection biology and antibiotics
PhD students and postdoctoral fellows may become NDPIA members if they are enrolled at a Swedish university/institute or with one of our international partners and if they are active in research on infections and/or antimicrobials. Read more here »
If you do not fulfill the criteria for membership but would like to participate in our courses and other activities, you may become an associate NDPIA member. Read more here »
Some courses are registered PhD courses at a Swedish University and credits for these courses can be accepted as credits at your home university.
For courses established within the NDPIA program and for workshops/symposiums hosted by NDPIA, a certificate of attendance is given to a student and can be used to request approval from your examiner at your home university. The certificate represents a special syllabus and states the course content/overview, what was learned, as well as suggested credit points.
How to apply for co-funding for national courses & activities »
How to apply for co-funding for international courses & activities »
If you are an NDPIA member, you can update your email preferences via the Edit my NDPIA profile page (NOTE: you have to be logged in to edit your profile).
More information on how to connect with NDPIA members can be found here.
The NDPIA programme links the infection and antibiotic research environments of six Swedish regions to provide an advanced training programme that promotes scientific research and the recruitment of young scientists to this research area. The universities and institutes involved are found here.
In addition, NDPIA is linked to international research centres and networks also working in the area of infection biology and antibiotics and these international centres may be found here.
If you are no longer a PhD student or postdoc, you can choose to update your profile here. Update the alumni-field to “Yes”, fill out the fields of the “Alumni Profile” and then scroll down to the bottom and click “Update”. If needed, remember to update your email address as well.
If you want to delete your entire account from the site, you can click on the delete-button at the bottom of this page.
NOTE: THE DELETE MY ACCOUNT-OPTION IS IRREVERSIBLE. If you delete your profile you will no longer be able to view your profile, your uploaded documents or restore your account. Also, you will lose the opportunity to connect and network with fellow NDPIA members.