Scientific and grant writing workshop: The first session ended

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Started on June 24, 2019, the Scientific and grant writing workshop ended on June 28, 2019, at the FMOS Deanship.

It was organized by the University Clinical Research Center (UCRC), as part of its mission to strengthen research capacities. It’s in collaboration with the FMOS, through its Department of teaching and Research in Public Health (DERSP), and the USTTB-Johns Hopkins Fogarty Research Training Program (D43) Funded by the National Institutes of Health of the USA.

This first session of “Scientific Writing” which recorded the participation of forty people, was led by high-level teacher-researchers. These include: Pr. Seydou Doumbia, Dean of FMOS and Principal Investigator of the Johns Hopkins Fogarty Research Training Program (D43); Pr Hamadoun Sangho, Head of the DERSP and teacher-researcher at the FMOS.

Prof Akory Ag Iknane, research professor at the FMOS; Prof Abdoulaye Dabo, teacher and researcher at the National Center for Scientific and Technical Research; Dr. Issiaka Sagara, researcher at the Malaria Research and Training Center (MRTC); Prof Peter Winch, Researcher at Johns Hopkins University , and Dr. Celia Jane Woodfill, from the United States of America were also facilitating.

Participants have to make available articles and Grants in the coming days and weeks. Highly the next session.

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