Biomedicine International Summer School
This summer school offers a unique experience in sampling one of the top research-driven biomedical curricula in the UK in the beautiful setting of Cardiff city centre.
The summer school programme is designed to provide you with an introduction to biomedical and biological research and the crucial role it has to play in developing solutions to modern day challenges on health care, climate and global resources.
The academic programme consists of a series of lectures delivered by lecturers and professors who are authoritative figures in the fields that they teach. These lectures will introduce you to the topics of cancer biology, respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease, molecular biology of pancreatic disease, neurological disorders, musculoskeletal disease, tissue engineering and the current research activities in these areas in Cardiff.
The Biomedicine International summer school also incorporates a social/recreational programme with the aim of introducing participants to contemporary British society and culture. A number of visits to cultural and recreational facilities in the UK will be included in the programme. The summer school is therefore also a good opportunity to meet new friends and to build up a rapport with other participants through work and recreational activities.
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19 April 2017
The brochure for the Biomedicine International Summer School, featuring a full timetable of events and information about Cardiff University's learning environment.
Please note this is subject to change.
|Saturday 15 July 2017||Arrival in Cardiff|
|Sunday 16 July 2017||Free time/social events|
|Monday 17 July 2017||Welcome talk and social event|
Cancer Biology: mechanisms and therapeutics
Scientific communications workshop - journal club
|Tuesday 18 July 2017||Introduction to the College’s Masters programmes|
Air pollution & lung disease
Cardiff neuroscience presentation
Scientific communication - allocation of research titles
|Wednesday 19 July 2017||Tissue engineering|
Molecular mechanisms of pancreatic disorders
Cardiff molecular biology research
|Thursday 20 July 2017||Mechanism, prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease|
Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia treatments and acute pancreatitis, molecular mechanisms and potential therapeutic targets
Biological research in Cardiff
|Friday 21 July 2017||Visit to the National Botanical Garden of Wales|
|Saturday 22 July 2017||Free time and social programme|
|Sunday 23 July 2017||Free time and social programme|
|Monday 24 July 2017||Bioinformatics workshop|
Student presentations and feedback
|Tuesday 25 July 2017||Disease mechanisms of osteoarthritis|
Introduction to practical workshops
|Wednesday 26 July 2017||Research experience|
|Thursday 27 July 2017||Practical workshop|
|Friday 28 July 2017||Research experience|
Tour of Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre
Reflection, course feedbackamd evaluation
|Saturday 29 July 2017||Departure from Cardiff|
The fee for the Summer School is £1,495.
The tuition fee includes: accommodation for the duration of the course, 10 meals per week (breakfast and lunch, Monday to Friday), pick up and drop off from Heathrow Airport on fixed dates (pick up is on 15 July and drop off is on 29 July), excursions organised by Cardiff University, materials and reagents used in laboratory practical sessions.
If you have any questions or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.