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04 Jul 2017

Health Economics Workshop, Ho Chi Minh City, 4-7 December 2017

Application form / Tips for applications / Programme (tentative)

Last days for applications!

Deadline for applications: 22 September 2017

Dear colleagues,
we are currently soliciting applications for our next Public Health international workshop organized in partnership with the Institut Pasteur in Ho Chi Minh City.
This year, we are addressing "Health Economics" topics. Please help us to broadly circulate the call.

DATE:

December 4-7, 2017

VENUE:

Training Center
Pasteur Institute in Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

COURSE FACULTY:

Philip Clarke / An Duy Tran The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

Hoang Van Minh Hanoi School of Public Health, Hanoi, Vietnam

Hannah Clapham Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Marco Liverani London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Bangkok, Thailand

Mark Jit London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, UK

Joseph Wu School of Public Health, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

Hugo Turner Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Marco Haenssgen Center for Tropical Medicine and Global Health, University of Oxford, UK

Peter Annear, School of Population and Global Health, The University of Melbourne, Australia

Pham Duy Quang Institut Pasteur in Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh City

OBJECTIVE:

The workshop will provide basic theory of health economics including socio-economic concepts, methods to define, measure and analyse costs of health policies, as well as comparative analysis of health systems. 

Participants will be trained to the planning of public health responses, based on the interactive teaching carried out by expert faculty.  Training sessions will cover cost effectiveness analysis of vaccination programs and other interventions, design of surveys, resource allocation strategy. 

The workshop will also address how the implementation of these different types of measures is translated into the everyday life of target populations.

PARTICIPANTS' PROFILE:

The course is specifically designed for health personnel, mainly but not exclusively from countries in South East Asia, including medical and health professionals, policy makers, disease researchers interested in expanding their critical understanding of the complex economic issues in health sector administration.

The course will be taught in English. Trainees should have a clear understanding of spoken and written English. Limited to 24 participants.

APPLICATIONS:

The course teaching committee will review applications and select participants who will be notified before 13 October 2017 and will receive an invitation letter together with details on local arrangements.

Please download and return the completed form, including:

  • a covering letter explaining the reasons for participating in the course
     
  • a detailed CV
     
  • 1-2 recommendation letter(s)

to hku-pasteur@hku.hk before 22 September 2017.

No registration fees – Support for accommodation will be provided to participants – Deadline for applications 22 September 2017 - Limited to 24 participants.

Click to download the poster.

17 Jul 2017

End of the 14th HKU-Pasteur Virology course!

Last Friday, the 14th HKU-Pasteur Virology Course finished in great style!

Participants and speakers spent 9 hectic days to explore how influenza viruses cause disease and what are the determinants of influenza virus transmission. As a practical workshop, the 24 participants formed groups to collaboratively prepare and present a multidisciplinary grant proposal to address the main challenges that influenza research is currently facing.
We celebrated the end of the course in Ocean Park, thanks to Mr Leo Kung, chairman of the park, friend and benefactor of HKU-PRP. Thanks to all participants for making this course a success! As usual, active and productive participation has been the key!

See you next year for the next virology course! And stay tuned for our other courses

Please visit our photo library for more pictures of the course.

14 Jul 2017

6-17 November 2017 in Hong Kong: hands-on course on NGS data analysis

Closed. Thank you for the numerous applications! Selection results will be announced after September 15th, 2017. Stay tuned.

HKU-Pasteur Research Pole, the Center of Bioinformatics, Biostatistics and Integrative Biology (C3BI) at the Institut Pasteur in Paris and the Centre for Genomic Sciences at the University of Hong Kong organize a brand new course in Hong Kong.

Given the vast and continusously increasing reams of data that biological research is producing, it is essential that biologists possess basic knowledge of statistics and computing to be able to decipher this quantitative information.

This hands-on course will focus on Next Generation Sequencing datasets (NGS).

Introduction to Linux/R
Experimental design
• Assembly and mapping
• SNP and variant calling
• Differential analysis in NGS

• Disease association analysis

Held at HKU from 6 to 17 November 2017 (week 1: theory and practical examples for a broad audience, week 2: practical analysis and hands-on for a selected group of participants), this course is the right place to be to benefit from the expertise of trainers from both the Institut Pasteur network and HKU, and to learn how to exploit your research data at best!

Fees: 1,000.00 HKD for the first week - 2,000.00 HKD for the whole course (free for participants from the Institut Pasteur International Network)

Application form here.

Contact and information: hku-pasteur@hku.hk

Click on the flyer to download the PDF file.

05 Jul 2017

Institut Pasteur & Institut Curie Course: Molecular Biology of the Cell Paris, January 8-February 9, 2018

This course is an intensive practical/theoretical course aimed at Master/early PhD students from Paris universities and from abroad.

The Molecular Biology of the Cell course is an intensive laboratory and lecture course of five weeks divided into weekly modules, each focusing on a cutting-edge aspect of cell biology. It is composed of lectures given by internationally renowned scientists, and of two practical sessions organized
together with teams from the Curie and the Pasteur institutes. The main topics of the course alternate between the cell biology of infection, cancer  and intracellular trafficking emphasizing new experimental approaches. The availability of the core Imaging Platform at Institut Pasteur will introduce students to advanced techniques for the dynamic visualization of cells in health and disease.

3 fellowships covering the course costs will be available, as indicated on the website.

The 2018 course will take place from January 8 to February 9, 2018 on the Institut Pasteur campus in Paris.

Click on the flyer to visit the website and submit online application.