Established and Emerging Model Organisms for Marine Science (Schmid Training Course)

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General information

The aim of the course is to show students how marine organisms can be used to explore several fields  of biological  research. Students will be actively involved in practical lab work. They will also participate to discussions and debates on selected topics from scientific articles (journal club).

Contact Person: Agnès Boutet (agnes.boutet@sb-roscoff.fr)

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Venue

Venue: Station Biologique de Roscoff
Roscoff, France

Application

Open from 30 Nov 2015

Cost:

Registration fees

Course costs
55,10€ (only for non-UPMC students)

Lodging and food
225 € (covering full board accomodation in individual room and meals)
All selected students are expected to cover their own travel costs


Prerequisites:

Participation to the course requires knowledge of fundamental principles of molecular biology and developmental genetics. Knowledge in metazoan phylogeny and evolution is also desirable.


Application Procedure:

SendaCV&letter

Qualification

Academic level: PhD

Assessment:

Students will be awarded 6ECTS* credits after they have successfully completed the course programme (written and oral evaluation)


Credits:
Value: 
6
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