We are pleased to welcome you to a special week of experimental- clinical training and lectures for international scientists and clinicians in respiratory medicine.
You will have the extraordinary opportunity to take part in a five-daytraining-session in rotation. You will be hosted by the Comprehensive Pneumology Center (CPC), which is a translational lung research center jointly founded by the Helmholtz Zentrum München
– German Research Center for Environmental Health, the Ludwig Maximilians University Munich with the University Hospital and the Asklepios Hospital München-Gauting.
During the Autumn School you will experience exclusive lectures and get the opportunity to interact withworld-leading experts in experimental and clinical respiratory medicine, in a bench-to-bedside approach.
You are invited to shape this training course with vivid debates and discussions.
We trust that you will enjoy this week in our wonderful city of Munich!
From October 5 to 9, 2015 you will have the great opportunity to take part in training modules at different labs and clinics in Munich. You will hear outstanding lectures given by speakers of the faculty as well as external experts. Plus, you will meet young scientists and clinicians from all over the world to share your experiences and ideas.
General Information & Application
This year’s Munich International Autumn School (MIAS) will offer a limited number of training positions to clinicians or scientists with a MD or PhD background. Please send your application, including a CV and a list of publications as well as a motivation letter (1/2 page), to firstname.lastname@example.org until August 16, 2015. The applications will be reviewed by the MIAS organizing committee. Successful applicants will be notified in due time prior to the conference via email. All costs for the MIAS (including travel and accommodation) are covered by the CPC Research School and AtemWeg – The Lung Disease Research Foundation. As an additional benefit, we also cover the registration fee for the Munich Pittsburgh Lung Conference 2015 on “Precision Medicine: From molecular mechanisms to targeted therapy” (www.mlc2015.de), which will take place in Munich from October 2–3, 2015. Supported by an unrestricted educational grant by Boehringer Ingelheim
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