Call for Applications 3rd HKU-Pasteur Cell Biology Course

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TOPIC: Imaging host-pathogen interactions
There is a growing interest in studying cell function through the magnifying lens of pathogen-host cell interactions as pathogens hijack cellular machineries to suit their needs. The 2011 course will focus on host-pathogens interactions, with emphasis on current techniques to visualize dynamic processes in living cells.

DATE: 10 – 22 April 2011DIRECTORS: Roberto BRUZZONE, HKU-Pasteur Research Centre; Chiara ZURZULO, Institut Pasteur; George TSAO, University of Hong Kong

LECTURERS: David BANFIELD, Hong Kong SAR; Philippe BASTIN, France; Chris BOWLER, France; Beatriz FONTOURA, U.S.A.; Freddy FRISCHKNECHT, Germany; Daniel GERLICH, Switzerland; Paolo MEDA, Switzerland; Jason MERCER, Switzerland; Ulf NEHRBASS, Korea; Jean-Christophe OLIVO-MARIN, France; Javier PIZARRO-CERDA, France; Carla SALEH, France; Peter SICINSKI, USA; George TSAO, Hong Kong SAR; Michael WAY, U.K.; Chiara ZURZOLO, France

FREE REGISTRATION: Candidates are invited to download course and travel application forms at www.hkupasteur.hku.hk.

Please return all completed forms, including two letters of recommendation to hku-pasteur@hku.hk.
Accommodation (on sharing twin basis) and food (canteen-style) will be provided.
Travel fellowships (up to 5) will be awarded to the best non-Hong Kong residents.
The course (MMPH6171) is included in the coursework curriculum for research postgraduate studies of the University of Hong Kong.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 31st January, 2011.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Anne LI at +852 2816 8403 or hku-pasteur@hku.hk.
Check www.hkupasteur.hku.hk for programme updates.
The news ( http://www.hkupasteur.hku.hk/index.php/Teaching/News) has been also published on our web site and the call for application is now open.
The hyperlink to our page with the course and travel grant application forms is the following: http://www.hkupasteur.hku.hk/index.php/Teaching/Courses/3rd_hku-pasteur_cell_biology

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