Collaborative Arctic Summer School in Epidemiology (CASE)
This summer school will focus on environmental stressors in the High North and the challenges involved in studying human health effects of such external factors. CASE 2017 will focus specifically on Behavioral Health or Health and Well-Being in the Arctic.
Registration is now closed!
- When: June 19. – June 23. 2017
- Where: Arkhangelsk, Russia
- Registration deadline: March 1, 2017
(North American participants must apply as soon as possible in order to secure visas)
Who may apply:
Preferably PhD students from Canada, USA, Russia or Norway, but Master students from the same countries could also be considered.
The main goal is to prepare young scientists for particular challenges related to conducting science in the High North. Other goals are to create an arena where these young scientists may interact with senior scientists who are experienced in High North issues, in addition to building networks with other international students that have similar challenges. Throughout the week, senior scientists will be available to supervise on specific requests the students might have.
The main topics of the course will be human health related to environmental impacts, lifestyle choices, food security, climate change and practical statistical methods.
The summer school-week is free of charge and includes accomodation and meals. Participants will also be alotted a maximum amount for airfare (dependent on country of origin). Any extra expenses while travelling, such as hotels, taxi or meals will not be covered. Please contact your countries representative for booking and details.
Welcome to CASE series 3 in June 2017!