Netherlands' University opens call for research training in Neurosciences from MBBS students

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For the bio-med students who are fascinated by neurology and translational neuroscience, University of Groningen, Netherlands is bringing forth ‘International Summer School Translational Neurosciences 'Ageing Brain'.

This summer school is an opportunity for encouragement and learning about research as well as the clinical side of neuroscience for students all across the world.

The ‘International Summer School Translational Neurosciences 'Ageing Brain' is a 10 days program extending from 6th to 15th of July, 2020  taking place at UMCG - Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen, Netherlands. 

There are a total of 30 spots available in the summer school and those students are to be offered a sophisticated educational programme with many interesting lectures, workshops and challenging assignments. Also included in the summer school is an exciting social programme comprising of a formal dinner and an international cooking event.

The fee for this summer school is €650 euro per participant which includes the educational programme, meals, accommodation, as well as the social programme. 

The learners besides exploring the frontiers of neurosciences are also promised an exploration of the City of Groningen as well as UNGC- University of Groningen which is the third largest university in the Netherlands, after Amsterdam and Utrecht and was ranked the 66th place (2018) in the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ShanghaiRanking).

The last date for submission of applications is 1st of April, 2020.

To learn more, those interested may visit the website : 

https://www.rug.nl/research/gradschool-medical-sciences/summerschools/ageing-brain/



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