This course is intended mainly for doctors in training in Clinical Genetics or related disciplines or newly appointed consultants and will consist of lectures, interactive and case-based teaching covering common and emerging dysmorphic syndromes and diagnostic approaches. The 2019 draft programme is attached.
There will be around 50 places available.
Cost £390 (pounds sterling) to include course fee, all meals, 2 nights’ accommodation and transport between hotel and course venue (extra nights can be booked at own expense).
Accommodation with be at Chancellor’s Hotel http://www.chancellorshotel.co.uk/ and the course will be at Nowgen on the University and hospital campus www.nowgen.org.uk
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries and for booking details.
ESHG and ERN-ITHACA scholarships are also available for clinical geneticists in training from European countries. Preference will be given to ESHG members and for doctors from countries which are disadvantaged economically, although scholarships are not limited to these groups. Up to 10 scholarships for the full meeting costs (not including travel or extra nights’ accommodation) will be awarded.
To apply for a scholarship please contact Anne Burns with 2-page curriculum vitae including a summary of experience to date and a half page summary of why you believe you should be given a scholarship and how it would benefit your career.
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