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TRAINING SCHOOL


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Our Training Schools are designed to bring together leading clinical investigators and basic scientists in the field of GnRH biology and neuroscience to facilitate interaction between young investigators and leaders in the field.  Such training programs are an essential part of recruiting talented young investigators into the field and fostering their career development.


FOURTH Annual Training School: BUDAPEST, HUNGARY, MARCH 6-9, 2016

     

Please visit the website for details:

http://gnrh.koki.hu/

   

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the organizers, it is my pleasure to invite you to participate at the 4th Scientific Meeting/Training School of the European GnRH Network, which will be organized in Budapest, Hungary between March 6-9, 2016. The same congress venue in the Buda Castle district will also host the last management committee (MC) meeting of EU COST action BM1105 on the 6th of March.

  

The 4th Scientific Meeting/Training School of the European GnRH Network will follow a series of very successful Conferences/Training Schools organized in the frame of EU COST action BM1105: ’GnRH Deficiency: Elucidation of the Neuroendocrine Control of Human Reproduction’ (http://www.gnrhnetwork.eu/hhn_home). The organizers make an attempt to pave the way for the continued interaction and collaboration of basic neuroscientists, clinical endocrinologists, bioinformaticians and clinical geneticists of the reproductive field and to create a tradition to gather annually.

  

As before, the Program Committee will invite round the world experts for the Plenary Lectures and Symposia from the areas of basic neuroendocrine science, clinical and pediatric endocrinology, bioinformatics and clinical genetics. Student Trainees attending the meeting are encouraged to apply for Travel Grants by submitting a motivation letter together with the abstract which summarizes their work. Applications will be assessed by the Program Committee on the basis of scientific excellence. Some students will be offered an opportunity for oral presentation.

  

The Buda Saloon of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences which serves as the Congress Venue is located in the neighborhood of famous touristic attractions. This location offers pleasant cultural and social programs to the attendees for the evenings.

  

We are looking forward to an exciting and successful conference with your participation.

  

Erik Hrabovszky

Local Organizer