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Then you are welcome to join our presentation this Wednesday!
When: November 28th at 12.15-12.45
Where: Outside of the Medical Library at the Umeå University Hospital.
Vegetarian/Vegan lunch sandwiches, tea and coffee will be served to the first 50 people.
Bioterrorism is a specifically frightening form of terrorism, where use of hazardous materials, especially microorganisms, poses a very different type of threat compared to other forms.
Bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms can be found everywhere. They can be spread easily and can’t be seen with the naked eye. In addition, some of them are excellent killers. Does this not make the perfect recipe for disaster?
Urban Johansson Kostenniemi is resident physician in Infectious Diseases at Umeå University Hospital. In addition, he is a University teacher and academic course leader in Infectious Diseases, epidemic control and prevention within Disaster Medicine at the program of International Crisis and Conflicts Management at Umeå University.
Thank you to our Co-organisers:
Internationella Kommittén vid UMU Medicinska Fakultet
Umeå Medicinska Studentkår
When and where:
Date: November 15th & December 5th
Location: Kårhuset Villan (Student Union House)
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What are the available scholarship opportunities? And the eligibility criteria? And how can you apply?
Welcome to an Internationalisation Seminar where we address these questions, and a Q&A session will follow.
8 November, 15.00-16.30 at NUS floor 9, Room D
If you are at the end of your education, you can apply for Minor Field Studies. If your app-lication is approved, you receive a scholarship to go to a low or middle income country to collect data for your thesis or essay. You can apply no matter which subject you study. The application round for Minor Field Studies in the spring term 2019 is open. The appli-cation deadline is 15 November or 1 February, dependig on when during the term you will carry out the field study.
In October, two information sessions are held. A student who has done field studies will share their experiences. Time: 1 October at 12.15–13.00
Place: Common Ground (below the Medical Library)
At this occasion, a sandwich and coffee or tea is offered to the first 50 students arriving. Time: 10 October, at 12.15–13.00
Place: Vardagsrummet, Humanities Building Read more at www.umu.se/en/student/study-abroad/minor-field-studies-mfs/