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This five-week intensive laboratory and lecture course covers the main cutting-edge topics in neuroscience research.
This course offers a full training program for advanced graduate and PhD students, as well as post-graduate neurobiologists and medical doctors working in neurosciences.
Lectures given by distinguished international speakers present new data and ideas on molecular and cellular aspects of the nervous system development, its plasticity and its diseases.
Practical courses present various animal models (mouse, chick, frog) commonly used in neuroscience research, giving students the opportunity to understand the pros and cons of each technique and to expand their practical skills in carrying out experiments on cell biology, behavioral studies, axonal growth and labeling, drug stereotaxic injection, neuro-anatomy and gene expression analyses using histochemical techniques.
Candidates must have a good knowledge of basic laboratory techniques to Masters degree level. The course committee will evaluate applications.
Members of the Course Committee
B. Barbour (Ecole Normale Supérieure),
I. Cloez-Tayarani(Institut Pasteur,
E. Coeffier (Institut Pasteur),
A. Lohof * (Université P. et M. Curie),
P.-M. Lledo (Institut Pasteur),
M. Maier* (Université Paris-Diderot),
S. Pons (Institut Pasteur),
V. Ponticelli (Institut Pasteur),
M. Sala (Institut Pasteur),
A. Trembleau* (Université P. et M. Curie),
H. Waxin (Institut Pasteur).
* University Representatives
|Title of the course||Development and plasticity of the nervous sytem|
Perception and Memory Unit
CNRS, UMR 3571
Development and plasticity of Neural Networks team,
CNRS UMR 7102,
Université Pierre et Marie Curie
Head of studies
Human Genetics and Cognitive Functions
|Dates||September 19-October 19, 2016|
|Closing date for application||
June 20, 2016
Institut Pasteur Diploma
Diplôme d'Université (DU) from University Paris Diderot for people registering at this university (registration fees ≈ €250).
Credits for a Masters degree for students registered at partner universities.
Attending conferences can be validated as a "module d'école doctorale (doctoral school module)" for students registered at partner universities.