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Advanced Topics in Cell Model Systems

16 Jun 2014 - 20 Jun 2014 - Research Establishment of CNR-Tor Vergata



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One week of school for PhD students and young researchers in the Eternal City Rome to facilitate an effective sharing and dissemination of new and innovative research ideas, strategies, focal points on cell model systems to promote pharmaceutical, pharmacogenomics, tissue engineering and computational research together with twelve outstanding scientists from different countries: Germany, Israel, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom. Twelve scientists of the Research Establishment of National Research Council (CNR) will impart practical exercises at laboratories on optical and electronic microscopy, Ultra- Vacuum, microsystems and microelectronics, techniques in model membrane systems and dynamic molecular simulation. No other schools are present in Europe on this specific topic and mixing of theoretical and practical approaches.The school is certified as UNI EN ISO 9001:2000. The management respects the standard procedure and quality of international level.

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