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 Celluar Imaging and 2nd Nordic Superresolution Workshop, University of Gothenburg, 28 March – 4 April 2014
The Centre for Celluar Imaging at Sahlgrenska Academy/University of Gothenburg organizes a PhD course in Celluar Imaging (3 ECTS) in combination with the 2nd Nordic Superresolution Workshop.

Deadline for registration is 13 March 2014. To register, please contact the scientific manager of the Centre, Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez.

The Centre has cordially opened the course for Norwegian PhD candidates. To encourage and facilitate this participation, MedIm will offer up to five travel and accommodation grants for MedIm members (PhD candidates or Research program students affiliated with one of the MedIm partner institutions). Please consult the course program and the preliminary workshop program if you are interested in taking part in the course and the workshop. For more information on the organizers, visit the homepage of the Centre for Celluar Imaging. Note that the registration for the course has to be directed to the Center for Celluar Imaging. If you would like to apply for a travel/accommodation grant from MedIm to take part in the course, please use our online application form. The five travel- and accommodation grants will be handed out on a first-come, first-served basis among those eligible for this support.

TURKU - PET BASICS (Finished course)
Turku PET Centre is one of the leading centres of PET research in Europe, situated in the city of Turku/Åbo, Finland. The centre offers a "PET BASICS-course" on 8-10 April 2013. The course is open to all qualified applicants, both from Finland and from abroad. MedIm is happy to provide a limited number of travel and accommodation grants to PhD Candidates employed at a Norwegian institution who are accepted as participants in this course. Please note that all questions regarding admission and course content should be directed to the organizers. Contact information can be found in the .pdf file below.

The course results in 2 ECTS points in Finland, but - NB! - 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. Questions related to the travels grants can be directed to MedIm

Course description and practical information PET Basics, Turku


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