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Novel Methods to Exploit Stem Cells for Recovery of Human CNS Function

2011 Summit Topic / 2011 Program / 2011 Location / 2011 Application Information

 

Application Information

 

Who can apply?

The Route 28 Summits are designed for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, including medical students, interns, and fellows who are pursuing academic careers. Preference will be given to postdoctoral fellows with less than 3 years of postdoctoral training. Applicants with faculty-level appointments will not be considered.

Due to the group-based collaboration that is a central design of the workshop, all successful applicants should anticipate attending all days of the ISNR Symposium and should be willing to participate in the concept presentation on the last day of the meeting.

How to apply:

Please send:

1. Proof of registraion for the 2011 ISNR Symposium (for more information please contact ISNR@mc.duke.edu)

2. Your CV modeled after the NIH Biosketch (2 pages maximum). Clearly state your mentor's name and contact information, your academic position and number of years as a student or postdoctoral fellow. Also include your mailing address, phone number and e-mail address.

Please e-mail your CV and proof of registration in MS word or PDF format to:

Kathryn LaMont: klamont@stanford.edu
(650) 736-1482 phone
(650) 736-1949 fax

The first 15 qualifying applicants to apply will be accepted into the workshop and the remainder waitlisted by order of receipt.

 

 

 

 

 

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