Training school for early stage researchers to present their work to patients and families

This training school is co-sponsored by Duchenne Parent Project Belgium and done in collaboration with behavioural scientists (Pennock and Postema, Nijmegen, the Netherlands). It will take place April 22-24 2015 in Leiden. Early stage researchers will receive hands on training on how to present their own work in a clear and unambiguous way both verbally and nonverbally. Early stage researchers interested in participating have to fill out the relevant form below.

There is room for 16 early stage researchers – if the course is oversubscribed a selection will be made based on the application forms and aiming to balance for gender and participation per country and per disease studied. Selected participants will receive a fellowship covering hotel, travel and meal costs up to 750 euro per participant.

The deadline for applying is December 15 2014.