This workshop offers a unique opportunity to Master and PhD students to discover methods and concepts in neuroscience research through hands-on training within the premises of the Bordeaux School of Neuroscience.
Participants from various fields of science follow case-based training by taking part in mini-projects supervised by experienced doctoral students and international experts in neuroscience.
This workshop focuses on basic neuroscience concepts and methods. It includes short lectures and hands-on experiments through mini-projects 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
This project-based training will allow participants to better understand and practice basic experimental approaches in neuroscience research.
You could find here the projects of 2023 session
A panel of experts
International experts from different areas of neuroscience will supervise the program organization:
- David Jarriault: electrophysiology
- Nicolas Mallet: in vivo electrophysiology, optogenetics and behavior
- Emilie Pacary: brain development, neuronal migration and adult neurogenesis
- David Perrais: Cellular neurobiology
Each mini-project will be supervised by experienced doctoral students.