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Lab Rotations


Laboratory Rotations
will give PhD students the possibility to join a lab of another research group for a shorter period (1-3 weeks) in order to gain experience of other research projects as well as be introduced and trained in techniques of use for their own PhD project. An overall aim of CEROSS is to foster the exchange of ideas and information between groups, e.g. by enabling the sharing of sophisticated technology. The laboratory rotations offered by the CEROSS Research School will be a concrete way of reaching this aim. 

Special funding is available for PhD students registered to the Research School in order to bear the cost for traveling and accommodation when going abroad or to other parts of Sweden in order to learn new techniques.

The techniques learnt should be connected to sex steroid research!

Application form lab rotations

After completion of the lab rotation, the student will write a summary of the acquired techniques/knowledge.

Page Manager: Marie Lagerquist|Last update: 10/17/2014
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