30 July 2022
Introduction to Experimental Neuroscience
This Bordeaux Summer School offers participants the unique opportunity to discover methods and concepts in neuroscience research through hands-on training within the premises of the Bordeaux School of Neuroscience.
The course is designed for graduate and doctoral students from various disciplines (biology, physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, psychology, medicine, pharmacy, etc.).
Language requirements: classes are conducted in English or French, depending on the public. Candidates should have a B2 level of English or equivalent.
Candidates must provide a CV and cover letter.
Graduate and doctoral students from various disciplines will follow case-based teaching by taking part in mini-projects supervised by experienced doctoral students and international experts in neuroscience, covering questions and techniques used in modern neuroscience research laboratories. Topics covered will include:
- Cell biology and imaging
- Molecular and cellular biology, transcriptomics
- In vivo surgery, gene transfer
- Anatomy, brain clearing, connectomics and electron microscopy
- In vitro electrophysiology and optogenetics
- In vivo electrophysiology and imaging
- Human neuroscience
Upon completion, this project-based summer school will allow participants to:
- Better understand basic experimental approaches in neuroscience research
- Directly perform the experiments
- Strengthen their international scientific network
EUR 0: Free of charge for students from the University of Bordeaux
EUR 1500: 1,500€ for other participants (including weekday lunches, coffee breaks, accommodation and social program costs)