Application

On this page you can register for the symposium. The registration deadline is April 10th, 2019.

Registration fees Before April 1st After April 1st
Symposium (WDA-members) €30€40
Symposium (non-members) €35€45
Symposium and workshop (WDA-members) €110-
Symposium and workshop (non-members) €140-

* The fee for the symposium includes coffee breaks and lunch on Sunday.

Country Representative Award
All country representatives are invited to apply for the Country Representative Award, which will be offered to the most active country representative of the past two years. In order to participate, please include a small paragraph in your motivation letter describing your activities as a country representative. The winner will be offered FREE participation to the symposium and workshop.

Personal Details
Registration

The lectures given during the symposium are preparatory to the workshop, therefore workshop participants are expected to be present for both the symposium and workshop. Registration for the workshop includes registration and attendance at the symposium. The registration fee includes five days/four nights of full-board housing. The workshop is limited to 40 participants, which will be selected based on the provided application documents (see below).

I have attended an EWDA Workshop in the past *

If I am not selected for the workshop I still want to attend the symposium *

Registration

I am an WDA member *

Simultaneously with some symposium sessions (A, B and C, see program) an interactive wildlife necropsy workshop will be given for smaller groups. Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please let us know here in which session you would like to participate (if so):

Attachments

Include at least (i) a letter of motivation, and (ii) a CV including a reference. You have the option to submit additional documents, such as certificates or a letter of recommendation, to support your application.

  • The letter of motivation is restricted to a maximum of 600 words and should cover your experience in, and commitment to wildlife disease science, a statement on your career goals and the reasons why you want to participate in the workshop.
  • The curriculum vitae is restricted to two pages (font size minimal 10 pt) and should include full contact details, date of birth, educational information (beginning with current position), other interests and, if relevant, professional experience, granted scholarships and awards, list of publications and communications.
  • A letter of reference (optional), written by your supervisor or a senior lecturer/professor of your affiliated institute/university, is restricted to one type-written page. Providing a letter of reference is not compulsory.

Motivation Letter * :

CV * :

Other:

Abstract submission (optional)

All applicants are encouraged to present their own research during the workshop. If you do not have any research of you own (yet), you are more than welcome to apply with a presentation based on a scientific article of your interest. Please note the complete reference of the article in your application in order to avoid plagiarism. The presentations will take place only during the workshop. The topics will be further discussed in small groups of students and a mentor, with a focus on developing the scientific and communication skills of the students.

All applications will be reviewed by a scientific committee, which will select the participants based on their applications. Some of abstracts will be chosen for a short oral presentation (greatest relevance in relation to workshop topic). The other abstracts may be chosen for the poster session.

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