ICGEB Workshop on Leishmania
Workshop “Molecular Biology of Leishmania”
24 - 26 October, Trieste, Italy
Co-organiser: Greg Matlashewski (McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
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The ICGEB aims at strengthening the research capability of its Members through a comprehensive training programme and approach to promoting biotechnology internationally. The active participation of ICGEB Member States nationals in the ICGEB Meetings and Courses is therefore highly encouraged.
For more information on the terms of participation and funding opportunities for this event please access the meeting website or contact the local organisers directly
The ICGEB started to organise its Leishmania Course back in 2002, aiming at providing an opportunity for young scientists especially from least developed countries in endemic areas for advanced training on the related topics by leading scientists in the field, as well as to establish collaborations with fellow researchers.
Since then, the course has regularly been held every scond year at the ICGEB Headquarters in Trieste, witnessing an increasing participation from an ever wider geographical reagion that in the last edition included participants from Tunisia, Algeria, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Cameroon, Turkey, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Kenya, Nigeria, Jordan, Syria, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Spain, UK, Bulgaria, Serbia, Portugal, France as well as Italy and the ICGEB laboratories.
- Overview of Leishmaniasis and its epidemiology
- Computer based analysis of the Leishmania Genome
- The Sandfly vector and transmission
- Virulence factors involved in infection
- Recent advances in therapy and vaccine development
- Admittance to the course is subject to selection
- Applicants must be at least at postgraduate research level and be involved in research where the potential
application of the Course would be useful
- Basic computer literacy would also be an advantage
- No fee is charged to attend this course. Participants are expected to cover their own travel and living costs.
- A limited number of grants, covering accommodation (twin share) and local hospitality for the duration of the course, are available to a selected number of nationals of ICGEB Member States.
The available grants will be allocated in order of priority, according to the ranking achieved in the selection process.
- Travel is NOT funded by ICGEB. Exceptionally, individual requests for travel support to participate in this Course may be considered on an individual basis, limited to the financial resources eventually made available by private sponsors for this specific purpose.
Submit your application on-line at http://www.icgeb.org/course-application.html by 11 April 2016
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The course programme will include poster sessions and short oral presentations selected from the submitted abstracts.
All abstracts received will be displayed as posters and thanks to support from the FEBS Journal, the two best posters will receive a prize of Euro 100 each.
Interested participants are encouraged to submit a short resume of their current research with relevance to the course topics with their online application.
The FEBS Journal Prize photos
Keerti Kaumudee DIXIT, National Institute of Pathology-ICMR, New Delhi, India
Emna HARIGUA, Institut Pasteur de Tunis, Tunisia
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