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The second PsySTAR Annual Summer School in Mental Health Research at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Friday 20 and Saturday 21 September 2013

The School is aimed at clinical trainees (FY1-ST4) interested in an introduction to cutting-edge research relevant to psychiatric disorders.  The topics to be introduced include epidemiology, clinical trials, neuroimaging, molecular biology, stem cell research and genetics.

Via lectures, workshops and informal discussion, participants will gain an appreciation of a range of exciting approaches to mental health research and the opportunities available to pursue a career in academic psychiatry.  Participation is limited to 50 attendees, and places will be allocated competitively.  If you are successfully awarded a place, there will be no attendance fee and required accommodation will also be paid for, as a result of generous funding from the MRF and MRC.
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To apply for the summer school please send a copy of your CV (maximum 2 pages) and a covering letter saying why you would like to attend the course to:

The extended deadline for applications is 5pm on Wednesday 14th August 2013, and successful candidates will be notified by end of August.


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