In vivo biology training opportunity 2012

The Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde announce two in vivo training courses to be held in September 2012.  There will be two research themes, one in neuroscience in vivo research techniques and one in immunology in vivo research techniques.  Both courses will be held in Glasgow for one week commencing Monday 10 September 2012 until Friday 14 September 2012.  The course, travel costs and accommodation, together with PIL training if required, are all fully funded for up to 15 students per course.  These courses are supported by a capacity building award in integrative mammalian biology (IMB) funded by the BBSRC, BPS, KTN, MRC, SFC, AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer.

The courses are open to Ph.D. students, young postdoctoral researchers and final year undergraduate students (UK residence for 3 years minimum prior to application required).  Selection of successful attendees for 2012 will be made on the basis of their application, personal statement and letter of support.

For further information, download the poster or visit the IMB-Glasgow website.

Initial enquiries are welcome to Helen Mosson:

The closing date for applications has now been extended to FRIDAY 20 JANUARY 2012