Helmholtz Health Cores Summer School: Imaging Across Scales

The German Centre for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the Helmholtz Health Cores Summer School: Imaging Across Scales, from September 2nd to 7th, 2024, at our campus in Bonn. This event is a unique opportunity for PhD students to gain advanced knowledge and practical skills in the field of imaging.


The summer school will feature a series of lectures, hands-on workshops, and interactive sessions led by renowned experts in the field. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the latest advancements in imaging techniques and their applications across various scales, from molecular to systemic levels.

Key Highlights:

Keynote Lecture: Delivered by a leading expert in neuroimaging, on September 5th.

Interactive Workshops: Practical sessions designed to enhance technical skills and knowledge.

Networking Opportunities: Engage with peers and leading professionals in the field.

Cutting-Edge Research: Discussions on the latest innovations and future directions in imaging technologies.

Why Attend?

Enhance Expertise: Deepen your understanding of advanced imaging techniques.

Collaborative Learning: Benefit from the diverse expertise of our speakers and participants.

Stay Informed: Keep up-to-date with the latest research and technological advancements.

We believe that this summer school will be an invaluable experience for your students and staff, providing them with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their research and professional careers. We kindly ask you to share this information within your institution and encourage interested individuals to register.

Application Details:

Dates: September 2-7, 2024

Location: DZNE, Venusberg-Campus 1/99, 53127 Bonn

Website: https://www.dzne.de/aktuelles/veranstaltungskalender/wissenschaftliche-veranstaltungen/hhc24/welcome/

Contact: For any inquiries, please contact us at summer.school@dzne.de

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