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04 Apr 2018

End of the 8th Cell Biology course

Once again the Cell Biology course was a success!

From 14th to 23th of March, HKU-Pasteur held the 8th Cell Biology course, providing 19 students with concepts in quantitative and targeted proteomics approaches to probe the underlying cell biology of human diseases, thanks to our marvelous team of speakers and tutors.

To conclude this hectic week, that started with the visit of the French schooner Tara, all the students and lecturers were invited to a celebration dinner where the participants received their Certificate of Attendance in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

Many thanks to everyone, all the HKU-Pasteur’s team wishes you the best and would be delighted to see you soon! 

Stay tuned on the HKU-Pasteur website and on our Facebook page for the next courses.

15 Mar 2018

Croucher Summer Course - new deadline for applications: 5 April 2018

New deadline for applications: 5 April 2018

This new course series will address the grand challenges of containing emerging viral infections with an inclusive One-Health approach combining the fields of animal and human health. Special emphasis will be placed on discussing cutting-edge approaches (such as the use of “omics” tools and the harnessing of big data) to investigate the interspecies transmission of pathogens, a major threat to human health.

Emerging Viral Infections

The One-Health Approach

Date: 1 – 7 July 2018

All applications should be submitted through the dedicated portal:

APPLICATION PORTAL

 

This course is open to postgraduate students, MD, DVM, postdoctoral fellows and young scientists from Hong Kong and overseas.

Registration fees (HKD3,000) include accommodation (on sharing twin basis) and lunch (canteen-style).

For more information please contact Course Secretariat at hku-pasteur@hku.hk.

14 Mar 2018

Out on a schooner: the 8th HKU-Pasteur Cell Biology Course starts and sails away!

The 2018 Cell Biology course at HKU-Pasteur Research Pole has started! We focus this year on proteomics in cell biology of human diseases, welcoming 19 bright participants from diverse backgrounds and institutions.

After a morning dedicated to self-presentations and introduction to the course objectives, how to start the 10 days together the best way? By paying a visit to Tara, the famous French aluminium schooner used for scientific expeditions around the world. The boat is currently moored in Hong Kong, one of her Asian stopovers on the way of the Tara Pacific expedition that has started in 2016. The scientific goal of this expedition is to study the coral reefs of the Pacific Ocean, home of a great diversity of marine species but under the threat of climate change.

Chris Bowler, plant and algal genomics researcher in Paris and former scientific coordinator of the Tara Oceans expedition (2009-2013) that carried out an inventory of planktons in the world’s oceans, guided the Cell Biology Course students through the ship. A chance to get details about the boat itself, the scientific missions, the people onboard, the science equipments…



We all thank the Tara Expeditions people for offering us such an enriching opportunity! While Tara’s next stopover will be in Xiamen, the participants’ next destination is intense cell biology lectures and hands-on practical sessions with a world-renowned faculty team.

And last but not least, thanks to the sponsors that make this course possible: the Pasteur Foundation Asia, the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong and Macau, and the Institut Pasteur International Network!

13 Mar 2018

Cell Biology Course: the final programme is available!

The Cell Biology Course on proteomics in cell biology of human diseases starts soon, you can already take a look at the final programme and the course information.

PROGRAMME 

This year’s course will include lectures and practical sessions to provide students with concepts in quantitative and targeted proteomic approaches to probe the underlying cell biology of human diseases.

Faculty:

Oreste ACUTO (United Kingdom)

Chris BOWLER (France)

Roberto BRUZZONE (Hong Kong)
Pedro CARVALHO (United Kingdom)

Philippe CHAVRIER (France)

Benedikt KESSLER (United Kingdom)
Paul LEHNER (United Kingdom)

Alexandra NABA (USA)

Terence Chuen-Wai POON (Macau)

Liliana RADOSHEVICH (USA)
Sumana SANYAL (Hong Kong)

Florian SCHMIDT (Germany)

Remigiusz SERWA (United Kingdom)

George TSAO (Hong Kong)

Michael WEEKES (United Kingdom)

Zhongping YAO (Hong Kong)

Sara ZANIVAN (United Kingdom)
Chiara ZURZOLO (France) 

15 Jan 2018

Upcoming course: Croucher Summer Course on Emerging Viral Infections

Applications are now open for the 2018 Croucher Summer Course:

Emerging Viral Infections

The One-Health Approach

Date: 1 – 7 July 2018

Deadline for applications: 29 March 2018

All applications should be submitted through the dedicated portal:

APPLICATION PORTAL 

This new course series will address the grand challenges of containing emerging viral infections with an inclusive One-Health approach combining the fields of animal and human health. Special emphasis will be placed on discussing cutting-edge approaches (such as the use of “omics” tools and the harnessing of big data) to investigate the interspecies transmission of pathogens, a major threat to human health.

PROGRAMME

FACULTY

Roberto BRUZZONE (Hong Kong)

Serge MORAND (France)

Simon CAUCHEMEZ (France)

Malik PEIRIS (Hong Kong)

Ben COWLING (Hong Kong)

Leo POON (Hong Kong)

Christian DROSTEN (Germany)

Felix REY (France)

Emily GURLEY (USA)

Noel TORDO (Guinea)

Sandra JUNGLEN (Germany)

Anubis VEGA RUA (Guadeloupe)

Moritz KRAEMER (USA)

Marco VIGNUZZI (France)

Yee Sin LEO (Singapore)

Mark VON ITZSTEIN (Australia)

Chris MOK (Hong Kong)

Hui-Ling YEN (Hong Kong)

This course is open to postgraduate students, MD, DVM, postdoctoral fellows and young scientists from Hong Kong and overseas.

Registration fees (HKD3,000) include accommodation (on sharing twin basis) and lunch (canteen-style).

For more information please contact Course Secretariat at hku-pasteur@hku.hk.