3rd Edition for the School on Neurotechniques. 14-19 February 2016 - University of Padua Italy
Investigating information processing and identifying operational rules of brain neural circuits relies on the capability to selectively record and stimulate multiple neurons within a network.
The toolbox of available techniques conceived to meet this need is rapidly expanding.
The CSN School on Neurotechniques 2016 will offer an overview on advanced electrical- and light-based recording methods of neuronal excitability, focusing on those that are most relevant for the investigation of neural networks ‘in vitro’ and ‘in vivo’ and for application in neuroprosthetics.
Methods and protocols on laboratory techniques and signal analysis will be presented.
find the complete program HERE
Registration deadline 20 January
- To apply, please register at (http://www.vassanellilab.eu/school-neurotechniques/school-neurotechnique...) on or before January 20, 2016.
If you have any further questions, please contact silviamaria [dot] lattanzio [at] unipd [dot] it or stefano [dot] vassanelli [at] unipd [dot] it
- The school is directed to PhD students, postdoctoral researchers scientists working in related fields
- There are no registration fees but the number of seats is limited and the accommodation is not offered by the School.
- The school will be hosted by the NeuroChip Laboratory, Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Padova, Via f. Marzolo 3, 35131 - Padova, Italy.
The school si supported by Padua University and the EU funded project “The Convergent Science Network of Biomimetics and Neurotechnology” CSN II, FP7-ICT-601167 (http://csnetwork.eu/)