Courses organized by the Doctoral School - On-line registration
Taking place during period 1 : September, October & November
Data management & open data in life sciences
Introduction to Matlab programming Autumn Session
Scientific writing and publishing Autumn Session
On-line registration for period 1 : 19-28.08.19
Biology for non-biologists Registration are now closed
Taking place during period 2 : December, January & February
Scientific writing and publishing Winter Session
On-line registration for period 2 : 11-20.11.19
Taking place during period 3 : March, April & May
Bioinformatics Algorithms - Exam will take place in June/July 2019 with Msc students during the official exam period. No other special examination date will be accepted
Communicating your science: how to make the message stick!
Data management & open data in life sciences 
Inborn Diseases of Metabolism Affecting Brain Development
Introduction to Clinical Research Methods
Introduction to Matlab programming
Scientific writing and publishing Spring Session
Some toxic plants and poisonous mushrooms of medico-legal interest: botany, pharmacology, detection and quantification in biological samples ... with a focus on the toxicology and on the effects of cannabis
Statistical methods: theory and applications: 
Possibility to take part to 1 or more modules.
Modules 1 & 2 (or courses considered to be equivalent) are mandatory before registering for 3 & 4.
-Module 1: Introduction to R (in EN)
-Module 2: Multiple linear regression (in EN)
-Module 3: Analyse de survie (exceptionally in French)
-Module 4: Statistics for Genomic Data Analysis (in EN)
On-line registration for period 3 : 03-12.02.20
Taking place during period 4 : June & July
Introduction to computer-aided drug design
Modern magnetic resonance imaging applications in biology and medicine
Scientific Communication
On-line registration for period 4 : 04-13.05.20


Other Courses & Organizers - Registration directly via the organizers (see the conditions on their websites)
Transferable skills
CTI Business Concept Training - 4 ECTS
Public Dissemination Skills - 1.5 ECTS  (application, October 15th)

Graduate Campus: Spice up your PhD!

To validate the courses: if the duration of the course selected is less that 7 hours, group it with a second or third course of your choice.

Open Access Publishing 
Thesis from A to Z/Develop your career/Spice up your research/Community (Graduate Campus) 
English in academia (recognized if the entry level of the PhD student is B2)
Academic writing skills for doctoral students (B2/C1) - Cours block- 2 ECTS
Academic writing skills for doctoral students (B2/C1) - 2 ECTS
Communicating in English in an academic context for Master and PhD students - 1 ECTS
Coaching for Communicating in English in an Academic Context - 1 ECTS
Presenting Research in English (for Doctoral Students & Researchers) - 1 ECTS
Introduction to fluorescence imaging for the analysis of living cells

Overview of the electron microscopy techniques dedicated to biological samples - New

Inborn Diseases of Metabolism Affecting Brain Development (Period 3)
Continuing vocational training
Modules will be recognized for 4 ECTS maximum in your PhD program in Life Sciences ; on the 12 ECTS, 6 ECTS max can be obtained in the "transversal skills" category.
Diploma of Advanced Studies (DAS) Work+Health
Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Toxicology (Registration 31st August 18)
Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Health Economics and Management 


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