Monday, 8 July, 2013 - 09:00 to Wednesday, 10 July, 2013 - 17:30

Funding is available to provide accommodation and travel expenses for 15 Young Internists who are interested to progress their career in Clinical Research.
Acceptance criteria: young internists aged < 35 years from EFIM member countries, with good knowledge of English, and have basic knowledge in biostatistics and methodology, and have some personal experience in clinical research.  
Application deadline: 15.04.2013.  

Sponsorship for the Seminar is provided by the Foundation for the Development of Internal Medicine (FDIME) www.fdime.org  
and Amgen (Europe) www.amgen.com

Contact: Janet Stevens, FDIME Administrator e-mail: info@janetstevens.org 
For further details download documents from: http://www.fdime.org/crs2013.html or 

Click below to Download the documents:

1. Announcement letter 2013 to Young Internists from Prof Daniel Sereni
2. Preliminary General programme - timetable
3. Preliminary Scientific programme
4. Application form OR apply online at: www.fdime.org/CRS2013

The Clinical Research Seminar has been made possible thanks to the generous Sponsorship of AMGEN (EUROPE) GmbH.

Location: 
Paris
France

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