Fellowship up for grabs for UCL graduate student to attend developmental biology course in Chile
3 June 2013
With support from Santander Universities, UCL is offering one graduate student a fully-funded fellowship to attend the International Course in Developmental Biology, taking place in Chile.
The course, which is open to students studying an MPhil, Master’s, or PhD will take place from 5 to 17 January 2014.
The fellowship will cover the cost of travelling between London and Santiago, Chile, all course fees, full board and lodging for the duration of the course as well as transport between Santiago and Quintay where the course will take place.
The aim of the 13-day intensive course is to train young investigators in the state-of-the-art approaches to developmental biology through a series of lectures and laboratory work. The course will be of interest to those seeking to broaden their view on the modern issues of developmental biology and leading experts from around the world will be in attendance.
The course is open to graduate students from around the world. There are 14 places for Latin American students and six for non-Latin American students.
Find out more about the course and apply here - http://biodesarrollo.unab.cl/.
Deadline for applications is Wednesday 31
July 2013.If you have any questions please contact Professor Roberto Mayor at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +44(0)20 7679 3323.
Find out what a previous student thought about the course: http://thenode.biologists.com/a-wave-from-quintay-2/news/
UCL has been in partnership with Santander Universities since 2007, providing UCL students and staff with numerous benefits and opportunities which range from study abroad experiences to awards for non-academic achievement. Find out more.
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