University of Nebraska-Lincoln to Host 2019 Redox Biology Center's Summer Graduate Course
The summer redox graduate course, Redox Regulation, Oxidative Stress and Selenoproteins, is a joint training experience encompassing an international exchange with students and lecturers from the Karolinska Institutet (KI), the Redox Biology Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and the Medical University of South Carolina. The course is built upon a framework of discussions between graduate students in redox biology with leading experts in the field, combined with lectures, training in oral presentation, career counseling sessions and a written exam on redox biology. Teaching will be structured with morning lectures in basic concepts as well as cutting-edge research findings in the field. Afternoon sessions will include student presentations followed by discussions between lecturers and students. The course is held annually each summer, alternating between the Karolinska Institutet, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and the Medical University of South Carolina.
Summer 2019 course will be held at University of Nebraska-Lincoln June 10-14, 2019. Due to the limited number of seats available in this class an application is required to attend this course. For more information on the course and to apply please visit the course website.