(9th BMBF funded "short course", our practical module)
September 21st - 25th 2020
Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg Germany
The workshop provides a major opportunity for networking with local experts in the field, as well as establishing new networks with international peers.
Outstanding BSc and MSc students, and PhD candidates who have a clear focus on infection biology. Applicants are selected on the basis of motivation and qualification. International and national applications are welcome, as are applications from outstanding students of the University of Würzburg.
The number of participants is limited to 25.
Early registration is recommended.
Advanced spoken and written English skills are required as all lectures and labs are held in English.
Participants will receive a certificate of participation as well as 3-5 ECTS.
Participants may achieve 2 extra credits for a maximum of 5 credits total by submitting a Research Paper. Information regarding deadlines, format, content and topics are available in the online course. All Summer School participants will be able to register for the online course after admission to complete the preparatory reading and access course material.
Monday 21.9: Prof. Dandekar
Tuesday 22.9: Dr. Fraunholz
Wednesday 23.9.: Networking day with guest speakers
Thursday 24.9: Dr. Kramer
Friday 25.9: Dr. Spiliotis
Prof. Dr. Th. Dandekar
Dr. U. Rapp-Galmiche
This programme is funded by the Ministry of Education and Research, grant number 01PL11019.
The University of Würzburg is listed amongst the top four German universities in the Life Sciences and has a strong focus on infection biology research (source: funding ranking DFG).
The Faculty of Biology of the University of Würzburg is organizing an annual international Summer School in infection biology. Speakers and scientific coordinators are Prof. Dr. Dandekar, Prof. Dr. Brehm, Dr. Kramer and Dr. Fraunholz.
Our goal is to offer national and international BSc, MSc, and PhD students the opportunity to meet, learn and discuss, in order to develop and apply cutting edge insights and techniques and view these from a bioinformatics as well as a microbiology perspective.
Important new methods in drug screening, microscopy and system biology will be discussed and demonstrated. Participants will gain a deeper insight into important models of infectious diseases and will benefit from small group discussions and subsequent application of newly acquired knowledge and techniques.
The application deadline is 05.07.2020
Please send applications to:
Dr. Ulrike Rapp-Galmiche
Josef-Martin-Weg, Gebäude 54/1
Applications should include:
Letter of motivation (100 words)
Publications, if applicable.
- A limited number of travel grants are available upon request. To apply for a travel grant please attach a Financial Aid / Need Statement to your application.
Online meeting - through ZOOM application