Estudiantes graduados y postdocs con intereses en nerubiología,
Favor ver abajo una invitación para solicitar al programa de verano SPINES en el renombrado Laboratorio de Biología Marina de Woods Hole, MA.
Esta es una excelente oportunidad de ampliar tu concocimiento sobre temas en investigación en neurociencia, obtener entrenamiento en temas de desarrollo profesional, y codearte con neurocientíficos de renombre de todas partes del mundo.
We would like to invite you to submit an application for the Summer Program in Neuroscience, Ethics and Survival (SPINES).
SPINES, which is funded by NIMH and offered at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA, has contributed to the professional development of graduate students and postdocs for over 20 years.
The course consists of laboratory exercises and seminars on hot topics in neuroscience research, workshops on critical professional skills, and it offers students unrivaled opportunities to network with neuroscientists from around the world who spend the summer working at the MBL. It has a very distinguished faculty and many former students view their time in SPINES as a transformative experience in their careers.
This is a full fellowship program: all costs of attending the course, including travel, housing, and meals at the MBL are covered.
Please visit iBioMagazine for short clips featuring some former SPINES students on "Why I Do Science": http://ibiomagazine.org/issues/november-2011-issue/mbl-participants.html
[**Two students from Puerto Rico are featured!]
A nice video summary of the MBL is on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QKUBiBDXmMg
The deadline for submission of applications is February 11, 2013.
A flyer is attached and more information and applications can be found at: http://www.mbl.edu/education/courses/special_topics/spines.html
SPINES is open to all, but we especially encourage applications from individuals from underrepresented minority groups, from economically or socially disadvantaged backgrounds, and those with disabilities.
Keith A. Trujillo, Ph.D. and Jean King, Ph.D.