Summer School, Biological interactions

Posted: March 24, 2017 in Apr-Jun Deadline, Biology, Europe, France, Internship, Natural Sciences

TULIP LabEx has been organizing a residential training session since 2012 for Masters, PhD and post-doctoral students from all over the world. A unique opportunity to meet international speakers gathered in Occitanie for this occasion.

Theme: Biological interactions: from genes to ecosystems

Duration: This Summer School will take place from July 15th to 21, 2017

Location: Domaine de Ramonjuan (french Pyrénées).

Number of places: 25

About the summer school:

  • Entirely in English, this summer school in integrative ecology and biology is part of the TULIP LabEx training program.
  • It consists in plenary sessions and workshops, and covers all aspects of interactions among organisms ranging from the molecular biology point of view up to the eco-evolutionnary scale of interactions within populations and communities.


  • Take an active part in a research team project at the interface between these scientific fields,
  • Meet TULIP experts and renowned international researchers
  • Full accommodation is provided to the students during the Summer School, as well as the travel from Toulouse to the Domaine de Ramonjuan
  • Participants only have to cover for their travel expenses to Toulouse.
  • Applications are opened until April, 11th.
  • Successful applicants will be informed before May 5th.
—————-Quick Overview————-
Organization TULIP LabEx
Fellowship Level Internship
Country France
Subject areas Biological Sciences
Fellowship amount Varies
Eligibility Open to all nationalities
Deadline 11 April 2017

Register for the summer program 


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