Eurolife Network announces the selection results for the Eurolife grants – Eurolife Summer School 2019 in Dublin.
5 Eurolife grants have been awarded to students and researchers from across Europe. Selections were based on academic evaluation with the consideration of the Candidate’s academic merit, the quality of academic research, motivation and benefits of the participation for the student and his/her home institution. All Candidates have now been notified on the results of the selection process.
*All participants are expected to fund and organise their own accommodation and travel to- and from- the event location.
About the event
The Eurolife Summer School 2019 entitled Biology of Brain Disorders (BBD), 2019: Frontiers in Innovation is organised by the Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. The scientific talks will be held in Slane Castle, Co. Meath (16th-21st of June) while the innovation workshop/entrepreneurship training will be held in Trinity College Dublin Business School (22nd-25th of June).
The event will consist of discussions on the fundamentals of neuroscience, followed by mechanisms that are shared across brain disorders and / or that are specific to each disorder, and also computational approaches.
The selected 5 Eurolife students receive the Eurolife grant to experience a transformational learning environment, which will foster their personal and professional growth and enable the translation of their knowledge and ideas into innovative strategies for diagnostic and treatment of brain disorders. This is an empowering experience to embrace the challenges and opportunities of innovation for the care of brain disorders.
For more information on the Eurolife Summer School, Dublin please refer to the Eurolife Summer School page HERE.