Would you like to gain cutting edge research skills and expertise in an ever-growing and increasingly important scientific discipline?
Would you like to undertake this training within a vibrant, safe, cosmopolitan and stimulating campus environment, located in one of the most beautiful cities in the UK?
Taught by University of Kent Professor of Genetics Darren Griffin; highly influential for his work on IVF and genetics in the UK and internationally. The Molecular Biology & IVF Summer School is a 2-week residential programme with the key focus each week.
Aimed primarily at students studying on a Biology related degree. The Summer School will supplement your existing knowledge with valuable practical and applied training, and allow you to discuss research in depth with the academics who are leading experts in their area. It will prepare you for your senior year and enhance your appeal to potential employers and graduate schools.
Dates: Sunday 16 June – Sunday 30 June 2019
Cost: £1650 for two weeks. Includes tuition, visits to Canterbury Cathedral, Whitstable and London, accommodation, teaching materials, welcome meal, and full library access.
For further information on entry requirements and how to apply: