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International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society
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Host Sites: MDS-AS Visiting Trainee Grants

 

View 2022-2023 AS host sites by country:

AS applicants may also apply outside the African region.
View host sites in other regions:

 

Institutions listed have offered to host trainees participating in the MDS-AS Visiting Trainee Grant program. Trainees will need to separately apply and be accepted into the program at their host institution/sponsor to apply for the grant. 

This list is not comprehensive, and applicants may also apply to programs outside of this list. Applicants from the African Section may also apply to programs outside of the African region.

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Nigeria

University of  Ilorin
Ilorin, Nigeria

Research training, 3 months
English required
February-April

Additional details

Number of positions: 4
Estimated monthly costs: Accommodation, $1,000 USD.  Meals, $1,000 USD.  Transport, $400 USD. Institutional fees, $300 USD. Lab consumables and rodent purchase, $500 USD. 
Support available from host site: N/A
Administrative requirements: Trainees must apply for the visit to the Primary contact. The primary contact would initiate a letter to recommend the trainee to the host Institution. The trainee is responsible for all logistical arrangements and for securing the required visa, unless he or she is from Visa-exempt countries.

Educational activities

  • Introduction to neuroscience - taught
  • Introduction to ethics in research- taught
  • Introduction to research method in Neuroscience-taught/practical
  • Special lecture on basic science research on Parkinson's disease- taught/practical
  • Modelling of Parkinson's disease in rodents-Practical
  • Modelling pain in rodents induced with parkinson's disease

Department of Physiology,
College of Health Sciences
Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria
Unit director: Bamidele Owoyele

Bamidele Owoyele
deleyele@yahoo.com
University of Ilorin

 


Tunisia

Mongi Ben Hmida National Institute of Neurology
Tunis, Tunisia

Clinical and research training, 3-6 months
Arabic, French or English required
September to June

Additional details

Number of positions: 2 per year
Estimated monthly costs:  $600
Support available from host site: N/A
Administrative requirements: Visa can be required

Educational activities

  • Training in examining and managing patients with movement disorders including Parkinson's disease, ataxias and dystonias.
  • Training on Botulinum toxin injections.
  • Attending weekly didactics.

La Rabta
Tunis, Tunis, Tunisia
Unit director: Samir Belal

Contact: Samia Ben Sassi
Dr.samiabensassi@gmail.com
Professsor of neurology

 

 

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