CALL FOR APPLICATIONS:THEME- NOVEL VECTOR CONTROL STRATEGIES: FROM RESEARCH TO ACCEPTANCE AND IMPLEMENTATION
8TH PAMCA ANNUAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION, GENE DRIVE SHORT COURSE
THEME- NOVEL VECTOR CONTROL STRATEGIES: FROM RESEARCH TO ACCEPTANCE AND IMPLEMENTATION
ABOUT THE COURSE
This 3-day training course is designed to provide the basic technical understanding of gene drive technologies and will also cover public acceptance, regulator issues and ecological concerns.
WHO CAN APPLY?
This course is open to African graduate students, researchers in biology, medicine, social science, policy makers and health professionals with an interest in genetics and biotechnology.
To apply for the course, click here: GENE DRIVE SHORT COURSE APPLICATION FORM
Please note that handwritten and incomplete applications will not be considered, and preference will be given to those who have not previously attended PAMCA gene drive training
Candidates will be selected based on their credentials, level of interest and career development aspirations.
· Dr Fred Aboagye - Antwi, Ghan Dr Fred Aboagye - Antwi, Ghana
· Dr Mark Benedict, CDC Atlanta, US Dr Mark Benedict, CDC Atlanta, USA
· Dr Mamadou Coulibaly, ICER, Mal Dr Mamadou Coulibaly, ICER, Mali
· Prof Abdoulaye Diabaté, IRSS, Burkina Faso
· Dr Jonathan Kayondo, UVRI, Uganda Prof
· Gregory Lanzaro, UC Davis, US Gregory Lanzaro, UC Davis, USA
· Dr Tovi Lehmann, NIH, US ovi Lehmann, NIH, USA
· Dr Tony Nolan, LSTM, U ony Nolan, LSTM, UK
· Dr Moussa Savadogo, Savadogo, AUDA-NEPAD, AUDA-NEPAD, Burkina Fas Burkina Faso
· Dr Lea Pare Toe, IRSS, Burkina Fas oe, IRSS, Burkina Faso
· Prof Frédéric Tripet, Keele University, U Prof Frédéric Tripet, Keele University, UK
Application opens 17 June 2022
Application deadline 10 July 2022
Notifications 24 July 2022
FOR MORE INFORMATION
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