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Aktuelle Veranstaltungen zur Archäometrie in Berlin-Brandenburg

Foto: Rathgen-Forschungslabor, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

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Short Course am GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam

Introduction to Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry in the Earth Sciences

Der Short Course am GFZ Potsdam ist für Doktoranden und Wissenschaftler*innen geeignet, die keine oder nur geringe Erfahrungen mit der SIMS-Technologie besitzen. Es ist jedoch erwünscht, dass die Teilnehmenden mit den Grundlagen der analytischen Geochemie vertraut sind. Auch wird eine allgemeine Vertrautheit mit EPMA-Analysen vorausgesetzt. Praktische Übungen zur Berechnung quantitativer Ergebnisse aus realen Messdaten erfordern Grundkenntnisse des Tabellenkalkulationsprogramms Microsoft Excel.

TeilnehmerInnen aus den archäologischen Fachdisziplinen sind ausdrücklich erwünscht.

Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie hier.

Ort & Zeit:

13. bis 17. November 2017
am GeoForschungszentrum Potsdam

Kontakt:

Michael Wiedenbeck

SIMS Laboratory
Section 3.1
Helmholtz Zentrum Potsdam
Telegrafenberg
14473 Potsdam
Germany

E-Mail: michael.wiedenbeck@gfz-potsdam.de

1st Workshop on Ancient Rare Diseases

1st W.A.R.D.

1st Workshop on Ancient Rare Diseases.
Paleopathology of genetic diseases affecting bones: Research and Awareness

 
Call for papers

The Department of Natural Sciences of the German Archaeological Institute in Berlin is pleased to announce the first Workshop on Ancient Rare Diseases, focussing on paleopathological record and data dissemination.
The workshop will take place in Berlin, from the 27th of February to the 1st of March 2019, in the wider frame of the international Rare Disease Day.
Why a workshop on ancient rare diseases?

Reports on rare diseases from archaeological contexts can be found in specialised literature, although a dedicated forum is still missing. The current situation heavily affects the visibility of the available data. Ultimately, quality information hardly reaches the larger public.

This workshop aims at creating a platform for a more systematic approach to rare diseases, where single cases are collected, discussed and integrated in a broader overview.
Furthermore, we believe that understanding the history of rare diseases is a crucial step to take in order to increase knowledge and awareness about their past, present and future.

 1st W.A.R.D., What’s the plan?

Each of the three days of the workshop will be focused on a specific topic:

1.      Defining rare diseases. The osteoarchaeological evidence of rare diseases: identification and methodological issues.
2.      Medical diagnostic and paleopathology. Rare diseases yesterday and today: diagnostic tools, paleogenetic and history of rare diseases.
3.      Communication, media, ethics. From labs to museums and large public: accessing, understanding, talking about rare diseases.

 THE WORKSHOP WILL HOST BOTH PODIUM PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERS.

The workshop opens its doors to all those who are interested in the study of rare diseases from archaeological record - and beyond-.
No fees of any sorts are applied.

If you wish to take part please read carefully the guidelines on our website  https://www.dainst.blog/rare-disease-workshop/

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1st Workshop on Ancient Rare Diseases.

Paleopathology of genetic diseases affecting bones: Research and Awareness

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