Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Origins of Renal Physiology Course
We've posted several times about the 'Origins of Renal Physiology' held in the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory every year. Fellows who have taken the course over the past 5 years have consistently raved about it, with many describing it as transformative in their careers as researchers, teachers and clinicians. It's on again this year September 2-9, 2012.
This year for the first time, 'Origins' will be free for all renal fellows who are admitted to participate. The organizers are able to do this thanks to a five year R25 research education grant from the NIDDK/NIH. Lodging and meals are included, so the only costs to you are travel.
Applications are now being accepted; the application will close on April 15.Head over to the course website: www.mdibl.org/courses/The_Origins_of_Renal_Physiology/114/, for a description of the course and the online application form.
Posted by Conall O' Seaghdha at 4:08 PM