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Date: 2012/1/9
Subject: [TDR-SCIENTISTS] Immunology in the Tropics Uganda, 2012

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Immunology in the Tropics Uganda,  2012  

Application deadline: 31 January 2012

Makerere/UVRI Infection and Immunity Research Training Programme is pleased to announce their upcoming Short Course in Immunology.

Immunology in the Tropics Uganda, 2012

An intensive two week modular course designed for graduates and laboratory researchers.

Evolution of the Immune System, 5-7 March.
Malaria Immunology, 8-12 March.
Helminth Immunology, 14-16 March.


The course offers up-to-date lectures, discussion of research papers, cutting edge research talks by international experts, talks on the latest technological developments and advances, as well  as practical sessions covering Immunological techniques.


Confirmed Speakers
Prof.Mick Bailey (University of Bristol, UK)


Dr.Margaret McKinnon (KEMRI, KE)


Dr.Simon Draper (University of Oxford, UK)


Prof.Eleanor Riley (LSHTM,UK)


Prof.Richard Grencis (University of Manchester, UK)


Prof.Maria Yazdanbakhsh (University of Leiden, NL)


For more information and to obtain an application form,
please visit our website

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