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Registration


The course is limited to a total of 16 participants. Deadline for application is:

14th July, 2007.

All applicants will receive an answer by the end of July.

Applicants must send (by e-mail to practical.course@lebs.cnrs-gif.fr):


a CV

a short letter stating their motivations for attending the course, and briefly summarizing their research work/projects

a letter of recommendation.


Registration fee is 540 euros. This includes housing and all meals. No payment should be made when applying for the course.

 

Grants

Graduate students and post-docs (within five years of obtaining a Ph.D) residing outside of France can apply for a grant from the FEBS Youth Travel Fund (YTF) to defray a portion of their expenses. Along with notification of acceptance to attend the course (in June), participants who meet these conditions will receive a YTF application form to fill out and return to the FEBS treasurer.

In order to be eligible for this grant, participants also need to be a FEBS member (graduate students must be registered in an institute of higher learning in a country where there is a FEBS Constituent Society, and to not have already received a YTF grant in the current year. Along with their YTF application form, participants will be required to send a FEBS membership certificate (or letter from an appropriate authority confirming membership to a FEBS Constituent Society), travel details and costs.

French residents cannot apply for a FEBS YTF grant. However, they can apply for a similar grant from the Société Française de Biochimie et Biologie Moléculaire (SFBBM). Upon notification of acceptance to attend the course (in June), participants residing in France who wish to apply for a SFBBM grant should send a short CV (1 page maximum) and a list of publications. Being a member of the SFBBM is compulsory in order to obtain a SFBBM grant. Priority will be given to graduate students and postdocs.

 

 

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