Nordic PhD Courses in Medical Imaging
MedIm is working to promote collaboration in PhD training between the Nordic Countries. In a selected number of courses, MedIm will provide travel- and accommodation grants to participants to these courses.
PhD course in Cellular Imaging: Gothenburg 11-15 April 2016
The Centre for Celluar Imaging at Sahlgrenska Academy/University of Gothenburg organizes a PhD course in Celluar Imaging on 11-15 April 2016. The organizer has cordially opened the course for participants from Norway, and MedIm will offer 5 travel and accommodation grants to members who are accepted as participants.
If you are interested in taking part in this course, please contact the scientific manager of the Centre, Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez. Registration deadline: 20 January 2016.
To apply for a travel- and accommodation grant from MedIm, please fill in our grant application form. The travel grants will be given on a first come – first served basis among those who are eligible for support and have registered for the course/symposium.
NB! The course results in 3 ECTS points in Sweden, but this is not automatically acknowledged by all Norwegian institutions. Make sure that you contact your PhD granting institution/PhD programme committee etc, in order to have the course accepted into your PhD course plan.
The PhD course will be organized in conjunction with a 2-day symposium (“Bridging Nordic Imaging”, 14-15 April 2016), with invited speakers and participants from various imaging fields. MedIm will also offer 10 travel and accommodation grants to members who participate only in the symposium. Read more about this here.
PhD Course in Celluar Imaging: Gothenburg,13-17 April 2015
PhD Course in Celluar Imaging and 2nd Nordic Superresolution Workshop: Gothenburg, 28 March – 4 April 2014
PET basics course: Turku, 8-10 April 2013
Turku PET Centre is one of the leading centres of PET research in Europe, situated in the city of Turku/Åbo, Finland. The centre offered a "PET BASICS-course" (2 ECTS) on 8-10 April 2013. The course was open to all qualified applicants, both from Finland and from abroad. MedIm provided travel and accommodation grants to PhD Candidates employed at a Norwegian institution who were accepted as participants in this course. Read more.