NATIONAL COURSE FOR RENAL FELLOWS: ORIGINS OF RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
Places are still open for the 10th running of this one week course, held annually at the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratories near Acadia National Park, in Maine.
The course provides a one week research experience which will:
Broaden your understanding of renal physiology
Make you a better renal investigator
Make you a far stronger bedside teacher
Make you a better teacher of renal physiology
Enhance your clinical understanding of renal diseases
The fellows who have taken the course over the past decade have loved it, and many have found it to be transformative.
When does the course run? 8/31/14 – 9/7/14.
What does it cost? The course is funded by the NIH, so instruction, room and board are at no cost. The only cost is for travel to and from Maine (or Boston, because we can help trainees reach Maine from Boston).
How do I find out more and apply? The website for the course is: http://www.mdibl.org/courses/Origins_of_Renal_Physiology_Renal_Fellows/114/
Mark L. Zeidel, M.D.