At the DDEA Summer School, participants get knowledge about novel aspects and most recent developments within diabetes and endocrinology at a high level. Besides attending lectures from leading experts in the field, participants will discuss their own research interests and activities at a high scientific level, meet other PhD students, and become acquainted with other research projects.
At the DDEA Summer School, internationals and national experts will give lectures and facilitate workshops.
In 2023, the programme includes scientific sessions on:
Furthermore, there will be workshops on:
The DDEA Summer School is for PhD students, both clinicians and basal scientists working within metabolism and endocrinology and metabolic diseases including diabetes, obesity, and cardiology.
Due to the limited number of seats, you are not guaranteed a seat until you receive an e-mail with final confirmation. You will initially be placed on a waiting list, which will be prioritized, according to your enrollment date. DDA-funded researchers and 2nd / 3rd year PhD students will be prioritized, as will PhD students from Danish research institutes. However, a few seats are open to PhD students from abroad.
To apply for a seat, you will have to submit an abstract. If you are selected for participation, you are expected to present your data at a poster session.
The DDEA offers accommodation for all participants from 21-24 August 2023.
Please indicate upon registration whether you would be willing to share a room with another participant.
The DDEA offers joint transportation from Odense Central Station to the venue on Monday 21st of August. Please indicate upon registration if you would like to join the joint transportation.
A course certificate will be sent to all participants upon request at the end of the course. Full participation is required to attain ECTS points. The course equals 3.2 ECTS points.
It is free of charge to participate in the course however the DDEA will charge a no-show fee of 2000 DKK if you do not show up and have not unregistered from the course prior to its start.
Please note that we expect all participants to have approval from their supervisors for the week-long, full presence and participation prior to completing the registration form.
4 June 2023
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