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3rdHBPWSNB 2019 : 3rd HBP Workshop Series – Neurobiology for Non-Specialists: Studying the Brain


When Jul 1, 2019 - Jul 3, 2019
Where Innsbruck, Austria
Submission Deadline May 27, 2019
Categories    neuroscience   neurobiology   brain science   cell biology

Call For Papers

The course aims to provide an understanding of how data is generated in neuroscience and what are the challenges in the interpretation of data. In order to reach this aim, active researchers will provide insight into modern methods and aspects (including ethics) of research. This will range from histological methods over electrophysiology and EEG to behavioural experiments and protocols yielding large amounts of data, like phosphoproteomics. Moreover, lab visits will be offered to those who are not familiar with the settings of a wet lab. Attendants should understand how their training can be useful for neurobiological research and develop a common language with life science researchers.

Workshop Structure
Hands-on examples
Poster session
Lab visit

Application information & Abstract submission
Application is open to the entire student community and early career researchers, regardless of whether they are affiliated with the Human Brain Project or not. All early-career scientists are encouraged to participate and it is aimed to achieve equal representation of all sexes.

A maximum of 30 participants per workshop will be selected by the Scientific Chair and the HBP Education Programme in a competitive selection process based on academic merit. Participants are required to submit a CV and a motivation letter with their application.

Scientific Chair
Christoph Schwarzer | MUI

Organised by
Sylvia Asslaber | MUI
Lisa-Marie Leichter | MUI

Upcoming Deadlines
Application deadline: 27 May 2019

Sylvia Aßlaber - HBP Education Programme Office
Medical University Innsbruck
Müllerstraße 59, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Phone: +43 512 9003 71247

Pawel Fidzinski - Experimental and Clinical EEG
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Charité), Germany
Sarah Genon - Models in neuroscience
Forschungszentrum Jülich (JUELICH), Germany
Manuel Guererro - Data use and ethical issues in HBP
Karolinska Institutet (KI), Sweden
Larissa Kraus – Electrophysiology
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Charité), Germany
Jeffrey Liu – Omics in neuropharmacology
Max Planck Institute (MPG), Germany
Maja Puchades - Histological methods and microscopic techniques in neuroscience
University of Oslo (UiO), Norway
Alois Saria - tbc
Medical University Innsbruck (MUI), Austria
Simone Sartori – Behavioural testing
University of Innsbruck (LFU), Austria
Christoph Schwarzer
- Introduction
- Basics of neurobiology I & II
Medical University Innsbruck (MUI), Austria
Luca Zangrandi - Cell biology methods
Medical University Innsbruck (MUI), Austria

Neurobiology, neuroscience, cell biology, data collection, electrophysiology, data generation, Neuroinformatics Platform, Brain Simulation Platform, HBP Research Infrastructure, neuropharmacology, microscopic techniques, behavioural testing

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