N.B.! You can still sign up for the seminar. Send your registration to anders.revdal@ntnu.no.

The UNIKARD infrastructure seminar is primarily aimed at postdocs and scientists who are in the process of establishing their own research and research group. The seminar will be held in English and provide the researcher with essential information on advanced scientific equipment, large-scale research facilities, scientific databases and collections, translational medicine and electronic infrastructure.

You will also learn about simulation of the behavior of a biological system, biomedical innovations, innovative biological and medical imaging technologies, methods for sequencing DNA molecules, how to use national registries for clinical research, the use of national core facilities, prediction and modelling of protein or RNA structure.

Final program with additional information is available here.

The Norwegian schools of research, like MedIm and Norheart, are primarily directed at PhD student. Also, their primary focus is not on infrastructure. UNIKARD believes that a more senior group of cardiovascular researchers will benefit the most from taking advantage of the currently available infrastructure.

– I believe this seminar can cover a need for knowledge on these subjects, says project coordinator Charlotte Björk Ingul.

The seminar is free of charge, and UNIKARD will cover travel costs of up to 1 500 NOK.

Sign up for the symposium by sending an e-mail to anders.revdal@ntnu.no. The deadline for registration is November 6.

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