From tomorrow (Wednesday 29th August), the MBA will be privileged to host the two-week Microelectrode Techniques for Cell Physiology Workshop which is now celebrating its 35th year!
Over 55 people will take part including 20 student participants (PhD and Post-Doctoral students from the UK, wider EU and beyond) who won places through a competitive application process.
The Cell Physiology Workshop was founded by Professor Anne Warner, Professor Colin Brownlee and Dr David Ogden.The Microelectrode Techniques for Cell Physiology Workshop is funded by:
BBSRC, The Physiological Society, The Company of Biologists and The Journal of Experimental Biology.
Equipment lenders and contributors are:
MBA, University of Plymouth; Universities of St Andrews, Helsinki and Paris Descartes; Cairn, Scientifica, Campden Instruments, Leica, Zeiss, Olympus, Andor Tech, WPI-Europe, Sophion, Molecular Devices, Cambridge Electronic Design, Sensapex, Digitimer, npi electronic, Multichannel Systems, HEKA, Narishige and Sutter.
Speakers and Teachers are from:
Universities of Cambridge, Leicester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford, Sheffield, Southampton, Strathclyde, Sussex, Swansea, Helsinki (Finland), École Normale Supérieure and Paris Descartes (France), Janelia Research Institute (US), Charles University (Czech Republic), Nanyang University (Singapore) – also Kings College London, Imperial College London, University College London, Medical Research Council, and The Francis Crick Institute.
The MBA runs all sorts of training courses, If you would like to find out more, please contact Alex Street or Paul Lonsdale using email address email@example.com