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V COURSE ON TROPICAL MEDICINE AND PARASITOLOGY UNESCO CHAIRS - UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA

Adam Janc adamus at pasat.ocean.univ.gda.pl
Tue Apr 20 11:01:31 EST 1999



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On 20 Apr 1999, biotec wrote:

>  The University of Granada hereby publishes the call for applications for 
> places on the V Course on Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, planned under 
> the auspices  of the UNESCO Chairs - University of Granada joint programme. 
> Under Annex I to this call, invitations are also made to apply for grants to 
> participate on the course.
> 
>         BASIC CONTENT OF THE COURSE
> 
>         SUBJECTS
> 
>         Geographical regions and climates; Clinical epidemiology; Malnutrition 
> and illness; A detailed study of the commonest tropical diseases caused by 
> helminths, protozoa, fungi, bacteria and viruses, with special emphasis upon 
> their clinical, diagnostic and epidemiological aspects. 
> 
>         LECTURERS
> 
>         As in the previous courses, the lectures will be given by staff and 
> research workers of renowned prestige from both public and private 
> institutions from many different countries.
> 
>         LANGUAGES:              Spanish and English.
> 
>         APPLICANTS
> 
>         Applicants for the course should be graduates in some discipline 
> related either to tropical medicine or to parasitology who wish either to gain 
> a basic grounding or to bring themselves up to date in the subjects offered, 
> all of which will be taught by specialists in each field.
> 
> 
> CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COURSE
> 
>         VENUE:              Lecture theatre of the "Centro de Instrumentaci¢n 
> Cient¡fica",
>                                     Campus Fuentenueva, Granada.
> 
>         DATE:                 From 20 September 1999.
> 
>         TIMETABLE:     From Mondays to Fridays, mornings and afternoons.
> 
>         NUMBER OF HOURS:               154
> 
>         DIPLOMA AWARDED:    All those participants who attend a minimum of 139 
> hours will be awarded a diploma, which will state the total hours of the 
> course, accredit the participant's attendance, and reflect the benefit gained 
> by the participant from the course.
>         APPLICATIONS
> 
>         Candidates should deliver their application to the Registro General of 
> the University of Granada, Hospital Real, Cuesta de Hospicio s/n, Granada. It 
> should be addressed to  "El Vicerrector de Investigacion y Relaciones 
> Internacionales" and be accompanied by a curriculum vitae containing at least 
> the following information:
> 
>                   - Full name and identity card or passport number.
>                   - Address and telephone number.
>                   - Degree(s) held (at least to the level required in this 
> call for applications).
>                   - All qualifications should be duly warranted for their   
> evaluation by the  
>                      selection committee.
> 
> 	If the candidate also wishes to apply for a grant he/she should fill 
> in a separate application to be attached to the first, indicating which type 
> of grant he/she wishes to apply for, according to his/her eligibility.
> 
> DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS
> 
>         PLACES:   Applications  for places on the course can be made from the 
> day this call until 12.00 a.m., 5 July 1999.
> 
>         GRANTS: Applications for grants can be made from the day this call 
> until 12.00 
>                           a.m., 21 June 1999.
> 
> COST OF THE COURSE
> 
>         The cost of the course is 100,000 pts.
> 
>         A list of all candidates who have been awarded a grant will be 
> published between 28  June and 1 July 1999. A list of all candidates who have 
> been given a place on the course without a grant will be published between 13 
> and 16 July 1999. Those participants who do not have a grant should pay the 
> enrolment fee into la Caja General de la Universidad, located in the Edificio 
> Administrativo, c/ Santa Luc¡a or make a bank transfer to the        
> University of Granada current account N§2031-0000-08-0101745071, Caja General 
> de Ahorros, Oficina Principal, Plaza Villamena s/n, Granada, indicating that 
> it is payable to "V Curso de Medicina Tropical". Payment must be made before 3 
> September 1999, after which time places remaining unpaid for will be offered 
> to candidates on the waiting list.
> 
> EVALUATION CRITERIA
> 
>         The selection committee will take into account:
> 
>         - The suitability of the candidate's degree.
>         - Professional experience related to the course content.
>         - Other merits.
> 
> 
> SELECTION COMMITTEE
> 
>         The members of the selection committee both for candidates and the 
> awarding of grants will be:
> 
>        President:      The Vice-Rector for Research and Foreign Affairs
>        Secretary:      The General Secretary or Vice-Secretary of the 
> University Committee
>        Members:      The Course Co-ordinator, the Head of the Institute of 
> Biotechnology 
>                              and one member of the Research Committee
> 
> ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
> 
> Vicerrectorado de Investigaci¢n y Relaciones Internacionales
> Hospital Real, Cuesta del Hospicio s/n,
> Universidad de Granada, 18071 Granada.
> Tel: +34-958-244284/242909
> Fax: +34-958-243009/244312
> E-mail: inves2 at elvira.ugr.es
>             inves3 at elvira.ugr.es
> 
> ACADEMIC INFORMATION
> 
> Instituto de Biotecnolog¡a de la Universidad de Granada
> Facultad de Ciencias, Campus Fuentenueva, 18071
> Granada.
> Tel: +34-958-242861/2423263
> Fax: +34-958-242861
> 
> 




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