PhD course: Vascular function and angiogenesis in relation to health and physical activity
The course covers cardiovascular function, from the micro circulation to the heart, with a focus on the influence of lifestyle related disease and physical activity.
Info about event
Emphasis will be on the latest state of the art research in the field as well as experimental procedures and analytical methods. The course will include four senior international lecturers as well as several Danish lecturers, each well-renowned within their field. The lecturers are expected to participate throughout the whole course.
The students are expected to get a solid insight into:
- The latest state of the art in the area of macro- and microvascular function and skeletal muscle angiogenesis.
- How macro- and microvascular function and skeletal muscle angiogenesis is influenced by life style related disease and physical activity
- Experimentation and methods in cardiovascular physiology, including hands on with several methods
Place: University of Copenhagen, Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, The August Krogh Building, Universitetsparken 13, 2100 Copenhagen Ø.
Who can attend:
PhD students from any university in Denmark can attend.
Reimbursement of transport and accommodation:
If you wish to attend a PhD course, you can apply DCAcademy for a course grant to cover travel, accommodation, and course fees - up to DKK 3,000 DKK.