The 21st Jerusalem School in Life Sciences
July 21-25, 2013
General Director: Roger Kornberg (Stanford University School of Medicine)
Codirectors: Yuval Dor (The Hebrew University), Eran Meshorer (The Hebrew University) and Eli Keshet (The Hebrew University)
Stem Cells and Regenerative Biology
The 21st Jerusalem school in life sciences will take place at the Institute for Advanced Studies at the Edmond J. Safra (Givat Ram) Campus, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Sunday through Thursday, July 21-25, 2013.
This exciting event offers a unique opportunity for students, post-docs and faculty to interact with some of the leading scientists in the stem cell / regenerative biology field, all of whom will deliver separate talks on the basics of stem cells and developmental biology, as well as reports on cutting edge research performed in their own laboratories.
Program will include frontal lectures, poster sessions, and extensive informal interactions between participating faculty and students, as well as a guided tour of the Old City of Jerusalem.
For a complete list of faculty and lecture titles click here.
For Israeli students, the course offers 2 credit points, or 3 credit points for graduate students who present their work. International students will receive certificates confirming their participation and credit is given based on the discretion of their host institution.
For registration, click here. DEADLINE: May 1, 2013.
A limited number of international fellowships, which will be given based on merit and need, are available.
See you in Jerusalem this summer!