The CCBIO/Harvard INTPART collaboration is continuing, and we are happy to present new dates for some of the successes in the program:
- Scientific Writing & Communication Seminar May 14 and 15
- CCBIO907 Cancer-related vascular biology course September 21 to October 2.
In these events, participants will get the unique opportunity to learn from experienced Harvard lecturers, right here in Bergen.
You are very welcome to register – registration is open for both.
Scientific Writing & Communication Seminar May 14 and 15
Lecturers will also this year be Christine Møller, an experienced lecturer in medical and scientific writing, with many years of experience as assistant editor of of APMIS, and Randy Watnick, assistant professor at the Vascular Biology Program, Harvard Medical School. They will cover topics such as clear writing, the art of story-telling, punctuation, titles and abstracts, the problem statement, numbers, and cover letter.
In addition, Media Advisor Marion Solheim will be adding a lecture on science presentation, showing how to make a presentation stick – in a good way.
Who: The seminar is open to students at all levels, postdocs and other researchers. The seminar is also open to national and international students and researchers, and it is free of charge. Teaching language is English.
CCBIO907 Cancer-related vascular biology course Sept. 21—Oct. 2
CCBIO907 is a 6 ECTS course covering topics such as basics of vascular biology, vascular biology related therapeutic approaches, biomarkers in vascular biology – from discovery to clinical application, lymphangiogenesis and vascular biology in non-cancerous diseases. Lecturers are researchers who have been in the frontline of vascular biology research for decades, and who are experienced lecturers at Harvard Medical School. You will find that what you learn, reaches beyond the curriculum, and you get the chance of making valuable connections.
Elisabeth Wik and Lars A. Akslen have the academic responsibility.
Where: Campus Haukeland University Hospital, Bergen
Who: Although the course is mainly intended for PhD students and Master students, admission is open for others who find this course interesting, including other national and international students and researchers. Teaching language is English, and the course is free of charge.