Wuerzburg, Germany

Modern Methods in Infection Biology

when 21 September 2015 - 25 September 2015
duration 1 week
credits 5 EC

Important new methods in drug screening, microscopy and system biology will be discussed and demonstrated. Participants will gain a deeper insight into important models of infectious diseases and will benefit from small group discussions and subsequent application of newly acquired knowledge and techniques. NEW! Networking Day including Round Table Discussion 'How to Acquire a Big Picture View' and extra time to discuss with peers and local experts. This programme is funded by the Ministry of Education and Research, grant number 01PL11019

Course leader

Professor Dr. Dandekar

Target group

BSc and MSc students in biomedicine, medicine, biology and related fields specializing in infection biology studies/research

Course aim

The goal is to offer national and international BSc, MSc, and PhD students the opportunity to meet, learn and discuss, in order to develop and apply cutting edge insights and techniques and view these from a bioinformatics as well as a microbiology perspective.

Credits info

5 EC
3 credits for attending all course days and completion of work assigned.
2 further credits for a total of 5 credits after passing online-exam. Participants must complete all assignments and attend all 5 days of the course to qualify for credit points.

Fee info

EUR 0: Participants must pay for travel, restaurant/cafeteria and accommodation.


a limited number of travel grants are available
please apply seperately stating financial need