Mitigating Emerging Infection: Challenges for Public Security and Justice Early Career Workshop

The National Autonomous University Mexico (UNAM) and the University of Edinburgh (UoE) are pleased to announce that they are jointly hosting a workshop in Nov 2017, ‘Mitigating Emerging Infection: Challenges for Public Security and Justice’, which has been made possible by grants from the Newton Fund and British Council Researcher Links Workshop Grants.

Venue

Mexico City

Dates

21 - 25th Nov 2017

More information

This event - supported by the Newton Fund and British Council - will be held in Mexico City between the 21st and 25th of November 2017 and is a collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and National Autonomous University of Mexico. There are 15 places available for UK-based early career academics/clinicians; places are inclusive of a travel grant. Details of the event and how to apply are attached and can also be found at the link below:

http://www.ed.ac.uk/pathway-medicine/news-events/current-news/applications-for-emerging-infectious-mexico

The deadline for applications is 17.00 on the 30th of September. Applications are a CV and statement of motivation to Professor Sue Welburn, Division of Infection & Pathway Medicine, University of Edinburgh.