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Aim: Selected applicants will be sponsored to attend an intensive 2-week training workshop consisting of lectures and hands on training in DNA purification, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), DNA sequencing and bioinformatics. Participants will also experience the research discovery process whereby potentially novel DNA sequences acquired by each participant will be analyzed and discussed during the bioinformatics sessions. Training will be given by experts in molecular biology and bioinformatics from the BecA-ILRI Hub and regional partner research institutions.
Target: The Hub is seeking applicants from eastern and central Africa region who require basics skills in molecular biology and bioinformatics to support their research. The training is targeting graduate students and early career researchers, based on evidence of productive scholarship and research, relevance of the workshop to applicant’s current research, and visible engagement in agricultural research within a national research institute or university. Additionally, applicants must be nationals of BecA countries (Tanzania and Uganda are).
Deadline: 28th of February, 2014
Lieu et dates: Niamey, 15-28 septembre 2014.
Objectifs: Renforcer les capacités par une mise à niveau en sciences sociales autour d'un axe théorique (rappels des principales orientations actuelles en sociologie, anthropologie et sciences politique, et réflexion sur leurs mises en oeuvre spécifiques en Afrique de l'Ouest), d'un axe thématique (centré sur les formes de gouvernance et les actions publiques), et d'un axe méthodologique (recherches empiriques qualitatives sur le terrain).
Public ciblé: Etudiants en sciences sociales de pays d'Afrique Sub-saharienne (25 places) ou d'Europe (5 places) titulaires d'un mastère ou DEA, ou inscrits en thèse. Maîtrise du francais nécessaire.
Prise en charge: Les 15 meilleures candidatures seront entierement prises en charge.
Date limite pour candidater: 30 avril 2014.
Aim: The course will address the current regulatory framework for laboratory and clinic work in support of clinical trials with reference to the ICH Guideline for Good Clinical Practice, the Clinical EU Trials Directive and related regulations and guidance.
Target: Doctors, Nurses, community health workers Laboratory technologists and Managers, IT/Data
Clerks and Managers, Research Assistants/Secretaries/Administrators, Principal and Sub
Investigators, Clinical Trial/Study coordinators, Monitors and Auditors working in:
• Pharmaceutical companies
• Central laboratories
• Contract Research Organizations
• University-affiliated Hospitals
• Medical Clinics
• Research Organization/ Clinical sites staff
• Post-graduate students (public health and clinical fields)
• Treatment and Care programs
Venue: The training courses will be held in NIMR, Dar es Salaam:
- GCP will take place the 17th and 18th of March, 2014.
- GCLP will take place from 19th to 21th of March, 2014.
Registration: 50 USD per participant.
Deadline to apply: Now.
Read more: see the attached file.
Aim: REPOA invites beginning and junior researchers from Tanzania to a training course on ‘Research Report Writing Skills’. The course provides practical guidance on improving the quality of research reports and creating journal articles with potential for publication.
Venue: The training course will be held in Dar es Salaam from 2nd to 6th December, 2013. Accommodation for participants from outside Dar es Salaam will be provided and travel expenses will be covered. Further information can be obtained from REPOA offices.
Deadline to apply: Friday 1st November, 2013.
Aim: Clinical research and clinical trials for prevention and treatment of HIV, tuberculosis and malaria are the major priorities for EDCTP. The EDCTP Master's Fellowship in Epidemiology and Medical Statistics aims to build research capacity in sub-Saharan Africa by supporting the training and career development of junior researchers in the fields of epidemiology and medical statistics.
Target: Junior researchers in the fields of epidemiology and medical statistics meeting elligibilty criteria:
- Citizens or persons with permanent residency who are based in an elligible sub-Saharan countries (includes Chad, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Senegal, Tanzania, and Uganda);
- Hold a first degree (bachelor's or medical qualification);
- Be at an early stage in his/her research career, but with some relevant work experience and a demonstrated interest and motivation in pursuing a research career in epidemiology, medical statistics or data management in sub-Saharan Africa;
- Be based at a non-profit academic/research institution in sub-Saharan Africa that is able to comply with EDCTP’s General Contract Terms and Financial Guidelines and to provide a post for the Fellow on completion of the award;
- Have the support of a Primary Supervisor and, where applicable, Secondary Supervisor(s).
Amount: The scheme provides funds for the fellow to undertake a taught master's course in epidemiology or medical statistics at an internationally recognized centre of excellence and to conduct a field study of 6-12 months duration at an institution in sub-Saharan Africa to build practical skills. A minimum of 750,000 Euro of funding is available to fund between 5 and 10 awards. The majority of the requested funds (>75% of the grant budget) should support the Fellow‘s master's training and his/her research activities conducted in sub-Saharan Africa. All requested costs must be justified in the application. The project research costs (excluding the salary) should not exceed 20,000 Euro. It is recognised that the course costs will vary depending on the location of the master’s training; however, it is expected that the total grant cost will not exceed 120,000 Euro. The maximum duration of the award is 24 months,
Deadline: 28 November 2013
Place: Wits School of Public Health (in collaboration with the INDEPTH network)
Date: from 2014
Entry qualification: Minimum 4 year degree or equivalent in a scientific/quantitative discipline with experience in a research
related environment or experience in research data management.
Deadline to apply: 31 October 2013
To read more, see the enclosed document.
4th - 15 th of March, 2013
Application deadline: 31st of January, 2013.
An intensive two week modular course designed for graduates and laboratory researchers.
Evolution of the Immune System, March 4-‐6
Malaria Immunology, March 7-‐9
Helminth Immunology, March 13-‐15
The course offers up-‐to-‐date lectures, discussion of research papers, cuting edge research talks by international experts, talks on the latest technological developments and advances, as well as practical sessions covering Immunological techniques.
Read more on MUII website or on the flyer below.
23 April - 4 May 2012
No deadline given for application.
Organised by Office of International Cooperation, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand.
With recent advances in technology, several methods have been developed to respond better to emerging and continuously evolving public health problems. Dengue hemorrhagic fever, tuberculosis, malaria, avian influenza, among other tropical diseases remains as priority diseases among health ministries worldwide. Responding efficiently to these public health problems will require manpower equipped with the necessary expertise and familiarity with Epidemiology and its associated tools.
Suitable participants for this course include professionals in the biomedical, public health, research, and other related fields to update and enhance their knowledge and skills under an evidence-based approach. This course will cover the basic concepts of epidemiologic research, data management, analysis & interpretation, and the fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems.
To know more about that course, see the attached file.
11-17 July 2012
Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge
Deadline for applications: 5 April 2012
This advanced course covers statistical methods currently used to map disease susceptibility genes, with an emphasis on (but not limited to) methods that can analyse family data or a combination of families and individuals. Discussions of the latest statistical methodology are complemented by practical hands-on computer exercises using state-of-the-art software. The statistical basics behind each method will be carefully explained so that participants with a non-statistical background can understand.
6 - 31 August 2012
The course is intended for professionals involved in health care delivery.
Aims of the Course :
a. To increase the participants’ awareness of global health problems, their geographic distribution, and factors associated with ill health ;
b. To increase the participants’ knowledge on ways to assess health on the population level ;
c. To teach basic facts about selected public health priorities ;
d. To increase the participants’ capacity to study and work in multicultural, multidisciplinary, and foreign environment ;
e. To establish and broaden an international network of students, teachers, and scientists interested in global health issues ;
f. To orient participants about selected international health-related organizations and alternative national strategies for health care provision.
To know more about this training, open the enclosed brochure.
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