Re: COURSE> Doctoral School (Ghent University): Buddhism and Medicine in East Asia (28 June – 2 July)

Dear all, This is an update on the registration procedure for the specialized course "Buddhism and Medicine in East Asia". For technical reasons there is no need to use the EventManager application mentioned in the original message in order to register. Those interested to participate may just send an e-mail to Mathieu.Torck@UGent.be. Yours, Mathieu Torck

COURSE> Doctoral School (Ghent University): Buddhism and Medicine in East Asia (28 June – 2 July)

Dear colleagues,
We hereby cordially invite you to our Doctoral School titled "Buddhism and Medicine in East Asia" (28 June – 2 July) which will be organized at Ghent University (Belgium). Detailed information about the program and all organizational data can be found on the Doctoral Schools webpage (see below). The Doctoral School, which will be held online (Zoom), is free of charge but registration is mandatory. If you are interested to participate, it is very important that you register through the relevant weblink: 

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