In person, he considers the participation in the Diploma in Musculoskeletal and Articular Ultrasound for 11 months in Mexico City, and a total support of USD 10, 000. Applications until October 31, 2014. Download the bases
PANLAR, ABBVIE and ECOMER, in a joint effort to promote the development of musculoskeletal and articular ultrasound as one of the innovative technologies in the field of rheumatology, created the Fellowship: PANLAR - ABBVIE - ECOMER for the promotion of education and Training in musculoskeletal and articular ultrasound in the American continent.
The Diploma in Musculoskeletal and Articular Ultrasound is addressed to specialists in rheumatology of the American continent, graduates of public or private institutions, who through presentation of a protocol, and through a selection contest, become deserving of receiving the support, in the modality Of BECA for eleven months.
The scholarship will provide support for a total of ten thousand American dollars (US $ 10,000.00) or its equivalent in Mexican pesos (exchange rate in effect at the time of granting the scholarship).
In the application must be presented a RESEARCH PROJECT based on the application of musculoskeletal and articular ultrasound in rheumatologic diseases, in the areas of Rheumatoid Arthritis, Spondylarthritis, Microcrystalline Arthropathies, Osteoarthritis and Soft Tissue Rheumatism.
The project must be delivered following the format established by the National Institute of Rehabilitation (http://www.inr.gob.mx/i00_01.htm
). The project must be developed and concluded during the eleven months of the Diploma. At the end of the same, a dissertation must be submitted and at least one article in a journal of the specialty must be published or in the process of being published.
This year, the application date will be extended between September 1 and October 31, 2014. The evaluation of the project will be carried out by an Expert Committee, from November 1 to December 8, 2014, and will have quality of Unappealable The winner will be announced on February 20, 2015, during the opening ceremony of the XLIII Mexican Congress of Rheumatology