Summer course for Master and PhD students: Autophagy in neurodegeneration, neuroinflammation and immunity

22/07/2024 au 09/08/2024

Campus Aarhus, Denmark

The course focuses on understanding the contribution of autophagy, a highly relevant cellular and organismal process, to physiology and the medical consequences of its impairment. In this context, understanding the mechanism and functions of this pathway is key to untangle the pathogenesis of the autophagy- associated diseases.

Website of the meeting

Program of the meeting

Autophagy in neurodegeneration, neuroinflammation and immunity: From the molecular mechanisms to the diseases

Don’t let this chance slip away! Catch the opportunity to be a part of the new AU Summer School focusing on “Autophagy in Neurodegeneration, Neuroinflammation, and Immunity: Unraveling Molecular Mechanisms to Disease.” Esteemed researchers in the autophagy field have graciously committed to providing both in-person and remote teaching, along with insightful research lectures. Embrace the unique chance to learn from these experts, gaining unparalleled knowledge that will undoubtedly enhance your studies and propel your career forward. Secure your spot as a student by registering using the link below, but act fast—seats are limited!

The course requires prior solid knowledge in cell biology, which is normally covered in bachelor studies in Medicine or Life Sciences.

The course do accept 4th year bachelor students.