BIOL 575: Translational Molecular Research

Course Dates: June 20-25, 2016

Location: Rome, Italy
 Gain Hands-On Training in the Latest Technologies in Molecular Medicine

Course Directors:

Lance Liotta, MD, PhD (George Mason University)

Ruggero De Maria, MD, PhD (Universita Cattolica, del Sacro Cuore)

Orazio Schillaci, MD, PhD (University of Rome Tor Vergatta)
 Target Students: 1) Graduate students, 2) undergraduate students with advanced curriculum, 3) medical school students, and 4) health care professionals (Open to GMU and non-GMU students)

•         Earn 3 credits in 1 week

•         Prepare for the upcoming revolution in molecular medicine

•         Interact with world-renowned scientists and medical doctors from Italy and the USA

•         Keep up with the incredible pace of new biomedical technology innovations, scientific advances, and clinical trials

•         Seminars from more than 15 different scientists and medical doctors

•         Hands-on workshops with cutting-edge technologies

•         Faculty-student networking dinner and guided tour of Rome
Course Fee: $3,280.00 (includes tuition, lodging, breakfast, and one networking dinner).  The fee does not include airfare. Hotel lodging at Casa dell’aviatore included from June 18, 2016-June 26, 2016 (checkout)

For more information on course content contact: Amy Adams ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>), (703)993-2672<tel:%28703%29993-2672>

For course enrollment contact: Greg Justice ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>), (703)993-1740<tel:%28703%29993-1740>

Enrollment Deadline: April 1, 2016

Amy J. Adams
Research Specialist
Director, Aspiring Scientists Summer Internship Program
George Mason University
Center for Applied Proteomics & Molecular Medicine
10920 George Mason Circle
Institute for Advanced Biomedical Research Room 2043, MS1A9
Manassas, VA 20110
Phone:(703) 993-2672<tel:%28703%29%20993-2672>
Fax: (703) 993-9575<tel:%28703%29%20993-9575>
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