Basic Scientists Summer School - Taipei, Taiwan


Basic Scientists Summer School

Taipei - July 13-15, 2014

 

Course Description

This course aimed to confront the next generation of basic scientists and young clinicians with the latest advances of preclinical disciplines in movement disorders. The goal of this course was to create a common language and generate ideas that would allow development of new translational projects developed by the next generation of researchers in movement disorders.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, participants were able to accomplish the following:

  • Describe the etiology, pathophysiology and mechanisms of neurodegeneration  of movement disorders
  • Interact with basic scientists and movement disorders specialists
  • Understand how to write, review and submit a scientific paper
  • Analyze research articles and revise research projects
     
Recommended Audience

This course was intended for young neurology residents, movement disorders fellows, graduate students, post doctoral students and junior scientists all younger than 40 years old.
*Attendees who submit research projects or unpublished manuscripts for group discussion will be considered with high priority to participate in the course.

Local Host Organizer

National Taiwan University, College of Medicine, Department of Neurology

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