QNANO'S PBPK MODELLING TRAINING SCHOOL & TRANSNATIONAL ACCESS FACILITIES GRANTS {2012-2014}

Above, Dr. C Lang Tran {Director of Quantitative Toxicology at the Institute of Occupational Medicine} lectures on PBPK modelling and its application to nanoparticles in biological tissues on the occassion of the first {March 2012} in a series of workshops scheduled by the QNano Research Infrastructure in a joint endeavour with NanoImpactNet. 

As an EU-funded knowledge hub, QNano funding is competitively available for nanomaterials safety training to prospective analytical and experimental researchers  {including free-lance, independent, non-institutionalised researchers} who seek underwriting for their access to the network's 27 regional {Europe} facilities devoted to nanotechnology, medicine, and the natural sciences. 

Below is denoted the remaining scheduled submission deadlines for the knowledge hub project :

» Second Call: 31.07.2012
» Third Call: 31.01.2013
» Fourth Call: 31.07.2013
» Fifth Call: 31.01.2014 

Transnational Access Funding limitations, expectations, competitive scoring criteria, and output conditions are delineated here :

http://www.qnano-ri.eu/uploads/QNano_TA/pdf/QNano_Frequently_Asked_...

Register for a QNano Access Account :

http://transnational.qnano-ri.eu/synthesys/application.jsp

QNANO TRAINING MATERIALS {INCLUDING HANDOUTS}, VIDEO, MATLAB, INTERACTIVE MODELRISK, & RECORDINGS on workplace exposure modelling, PBPK modelling of chemicals and nanoparticles, and environmental modelling, more}

http://www.qnano-ri.eu/knowledge-hub/the-qnano-knowledge-hub/reposi...

EQUIPMENT BY CATEGORY:

4 thematic categories: nanomaterial synthesis; labelling and processing; nanomaterials characterisation in situ; exposure assessment:

http://www.qnano-ri.eu/access/category.html

ALL EQUIPMENT:

http://www.qnano-ri.eu/access/all-equipment.html

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORM:

http://www.qnano-ri.eu/access/expression-of-interest.html

 

 

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