IBRO Brain Ageing and Dementia for African Trainees & Early Career Researchers in LMICs

Applications are welcome for the IBRO Brain Ageing and Dementia for African trainees and early career researchers in Low and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs).

The aim of this school is to educate African trainees and early career researchers on how to measure cognitive impairment and dementia in all contexts.

This in-person meeting and training course will provide a forum to discuss risk factors and the increasing burden of vascular and neurodegenerative diseases including HIV Dementias in the context of incidence and prevention in cross-cultural populations in Low and Middle-Income Countries compared to Europe, North America, and Japan. The emphasis is particularly on how we measure cognition in the elderly and implement neuropsychometeric tools.

Duration: 10 days

Benefits

IBRO Brain Ageing and Dementia for African Trainees & Early Career Researchers in Low and Middle-Income Countries provides accommodation and economy travel to its successful applicants.

Eligibility

The IBRO Brain Ageing and Dementia for African Trainees & Early Career Researchers in LMICs is open to trainees and early career researchers in Low and Middle-income countries within Africa working on brain ageing and dementia.

Application Process

Interested applicants are to provide the following documents:

  • Applicants details
  • Reference letters
  • Current research
  • Publications
  • Grants received
  • Neuroscience school attended

To apply for IBRO Brain Ageing and Dementia for African Trainees & Early Career Researchers in LMICs, click here.

Deadline: September 30, 2022.

For more information, visit the official site.

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