MRC SGDP Summer School
Now accepting applications
What the week and courses involve
The week will consist of a series of general sessions, and a series of lectures and practical sessions which are specific to the chosen course.
General sessions (common to all courses): These morning sessions are intended to give conceptual overviews of genetic approaches to complex behavioural phenotypes and to provide discussions of recent advances and ways forward in the field.
This year's courses include:
1) Twin Model-Fitting, led by Dr Fruhling Rijsdijk, Dr Tom McAdams and Dr Helena Zavos
2) EEG Analysis Training, led by Dr Grainne McLoughlin
Who the courses are designed for
Post-graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, and clinical researchers who wish to learn more about or move into the field.
For more indepth information about each course and specific details on eligibility to apply, please select from the menu on the right.
Please note: Internal applicants to the course consist of those currently working or studying within King's College London and external applicants are all those who are not part of King's College London.
For further information, please contact the Summer School Coordinator by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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