- Oct 12 – Oct 16, 2019
- Jaipur, India
- Rajasthan University of Health Sciences
- Contact person:
- Rajiv Pandey
- Web Site:
- +91 9650059453
The course is open to senior PhD scholars, clinicians Post doctorates, young faculty and
researchers. Enrolment to the course is on merit. Applications received after due date may not be
considered. This is an in-residence’ course. Selected participants are expected to stay in RUHS
campus for all days of the course.
• FIMSA: Ten bursaries to cover Travel fare & Registration fee
• IIS: Twenty bursaries to cover registration to IIS member students
• Course bursaries: Ten in number to cover the registration fee. Applications for Bursary
support will be invited later.
Course Credit Points
Credit points will be awarded to course attendees by the RMC. Full attendance on all
days is compulsory
How to Apply
Submit i) short CV along with full list of publications, ii) an abstract highlighting area of
research (less than 200 words), iii) statement of purpose (one page) explaining how will
this course benefit your ongoing research, iv) letter of recommendation from your
supervisor / Head of the Department. Application must be accompanied by registration
Dates to Remember
Last date of receiving application: May 15, 2019
Intimation of successful candidates: June 15, 2019
Indian Participants Rs 5000
Foreign participants USD 100
(Details on bank transfer will soon be updated)
Fee includes: Accommodation for 4 nights (Check-in Oct 12, check-out Oct 16),
entry to all scientific sessions, trade exhibitions, all meals, entry to all social events &
sight seeing tour on 15th afternoon.
*Please check the IIS website (www.indianimmunolgy.org) regularly for program
updates and further announcements.
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Impact of tropical infections on mother and child immunity
2nd Regional West Africa Immunology
November 3rd to 10th,
Benin Diaspora Hotel, Ouidah, Benin
APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 7
This 2nd Regional West Africa Immunology course is sponsored by the Volkswagen Foundation and the International Union of Immunological Societies (IUIS) and is open to PhD, MSc, MDs, and postdoctoral fellows from Africa (45) and Germany (5).
An interactive forum with international faculty including lectures, discussion groups and grant writing sessions. Immunology of malaria, tuberculosis, HIV and neglected tropical diseases will be discussed with special emphasis on mother and child health in Africa.
All participants will have free access to teaching material via the web-based Immunopaedia platform www.immunopaedia.org.za 6 weeks prior to the course. Each one is expected to become familiar with the material in order to benefit maximally from the course.
Registration will be free for all selected students.
Travel costs and housing will be covered by the sponsors.
For more information, see the official COURSE FLYER.
To apply, provide the following documents as
ONE SINGLE PDF file by June 7, 2019:
- Motivation letter with statement of your current research
and how your participation will help to shape your career (250 words)
- CV: 1 to 2 pages including your publications (if any)
- Abstract for poster (250 words)
- Letter of support from your supervisor
Please forward the link to anyone who might be interested and post the flyer found on the link on your notice board.
Michelle Letarte, Chair, IUIS Education Committee
Read more by following this link.