Anunt important din partea ANMDM- „Medicamente care conţin valproat sau substanţe derivate: risc de rezultate anormale ale sarcinii”
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În luna ianuarie 2015 se va deschide competiția internațională pentru cercetarea în domeniul bolilor neurodegenerative, în cadrul proiectului JPND COFUND ERA NET (Orizont 2020), în care Ministerul Educației Naționale este partener. Mai multe detalii despre condițiile de participare și tematica științifică se găsesc la:
Platforma online pentru formarea de parteneriate este disponibilă la adresa:http://www.neurodegenerationresearch.eu/initiatives/annual-calls-for-proposals/partnering-tool/
Pentru câștigătorii români ai competiției, Ministerul Educației Naționale a alocat un buget de 300.000 EUR, pentru 1-2 proiecte de cercetare.
Informaţii complete despre condiţiile de eligibilitate şi evaluare, precum şi răspunsurile la cele mai frecvente întrebări, sunt disponibile pe pagina web a proiectului JPND COFUND ERA NET:
Persoane de contact- România
Ministerul Educației Naționale – Activitatea pentru cercetare
Consilier afaceri europene
Tel: 021 212 77 91
Consilier afaceri europene
Tel: 021 212 77 91
Despite increasingly widespread use of botulinum toxins (BoNT) treatment for neurological disorders, there is no recognized or regularly available training scheme in most European countries. Several European guidelines recommend formal training, but available training is haphazard and is rarely organized by non-pharmaceutical entities. This course was developed by MDS to address that gap.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to accomplish the following:
Under the auspices of
The Department of Medical Science
Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts
INTER-UNIVERSITY CENTRE DUBROVNIK
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB
CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN STROKE SOCIETY
APPLIED RESEARCH GROUP ON DELIVERY OF NEUROLOGICAL SERVICES (RGODNS) OF WORLD FEDERATION OF NEUROLOGY
International Postgraduate Course
25th SUMMER STROKE SCHOOL
HEALTHY LIFESTYLE AND PREVENTION OF STROKE
June 09-13, 2014
The Summer Stroke School is accredited by 4 ECTS points.
Primary objective of the course is to encourage cooperation and to promote exchange of knowledge between participants from different countries. The course is a meeting of respected scientists that work with stroke presenting and discussing all major aspects of stroke risk factors, as well as new insights in epidemiology, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of stroke. Probably the major feature of the course is enabling exchange of experience among experts and comparison of stroke data from various countries. Also, the course allows knowledge transfer between respected scientists from western countries and colleagues from central and east European countries working with stroke.
Details about all ECTRIMS Fellowship Programmes and application material can be obtained from the ECTRIMS website: www.ectrims.eu/fellowships or by writing to the ECTRIMS Fellowship Administrator: .
This fellowship is offered to qualified/licensed European nurses to provide the opportunity for them to obtain additional expertise through practical nursing experience and training in a mentored MS environment in Europe. The aim of the programme is to enhance care and support of individuals with MS by fostering improved clinical care and education and by helping to promote best practices in nursing care throughout Europe.
ECTRIMS will support up to two fellowships each year, each with duration of 6 months to 1 year, with a stipend of up to €50,000. Training must be under the direction and mentorship of a senior MS nurse, in association with a senior MS clinician where appropriate, at a European clinical site with significant expertise in MS.
For more information and to submit a proposal for consideration, click here.
ECTRIMS and the European MAGNIMS (Magnetic Resonance in MS) network jointly support a postdoctoral fellowship to foster the development of young researchers in magnetic resonance studies in MS. The goal of this programme is to achieve transfer and broadening of knowledge regarding the application of magnetic resonance to MS research and to promote the researcher’s integration into the international scientific community.
ECTRIMS will support two fellowships annually, each with duration of 1 year, with an annual stipend of up to €50,000.
Details of the programme and the fellowship proposal process can be found on the MAGNIMS fellowships website.
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