Summer Institute of Advanced Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine
Tel - Aviv University School of Public Health is pleased to announce its
2nd Annual Summer Institute of Advanced Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine
in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health
July 7th- July 26th, 2013
The 2013 Summer Program at Tel Aviv University offers intensive courses in a variety of topics. Most courses are one week long, comprising of 26 academic hours and a 2 hour final exam, worth 2 academic credits per course. The course on "Development and Evaluation of Vaccines" is 2 weeks long and offers 4 academic credits. All courses are available for non-credit students. Students may attend up to two courses per week.
The courses are as comprehensive as those given in the regular academic term and will be taught in English by world renowned faculty from Johns Hopkins University (JHU), Harvard University (HU), Tel Aviv University (TAU), University of Maryland (UMB), University of British Colombia (UBC) and other universities. The summer institute brochure with detailed information on each course will be available in this site shortly.
Applications are invited from:
The admission to courses is on a rolling basis and places in each course are limited. All applications must be accompanied by payment of a non-refundable $60 app fee.
In addition the tuition for a one week course is $900, and $1600 for a 2 week course. Application deadline for the program is June 15, 2013.
For applicants accepted to the program, all fees should be paid by July 1, 2013. A limited number of dormitory rooms is available to program participants.
One week courses:
Two week course (July 7 – July 19):
* Conducted in collaboration with STOPENTERICS EU Consortium.
* For Syllabu please click here.
Guest lecturers: Leon Gordis (JHU & TAU), Jonathan Zenilman (JHU), Tamy Shohat (TAU)
An online application is available through TAU portal, please click here.
For information on the School of Public Health at Tel - Aviv University please visit the following website: