About the CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme
The CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme represents commitment by the four partner institutions FENS, IBRO, University of Bordeaux and the Champalimaud Foundation to establish a dedicated neuroscience training facility in Europe.
What CAJAL Training programme is about
FENS and the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) organise the CAJAL Training Programme in collaboration with Bordeaux Neurocampus and the Champalimaud Foundation, selected after a call for partner venues in 2014.
Take advantage of this new European training programme, which provides two-or-three-week hands-on courses to a group of about 20 international advanced students (early career scientists: PhD students and early postdocs) in two major European neuroscience facilities. Courses are project-based and designed by first-class neuroscientists.
Leadership and organisation
The CAJAL Steering Committee (CSC) acts as an independent identity towards scientists, participants and partners. On behalf of the four founding institutions, it is thus the task of the CSC to ensure the global direction of the programme and as such, function as a focal contact point in regard to all new developments of the programme. The Central Administration of the CAJAL programme, which is based in Brussels at the FENS main office, functions as the administrative address for the CSC (see organisational chart).
- The CAJAL Steering Committee (CSC) consists of the following ex-officio appointed representatives from the partner institutions:
- IBRO Secretary General Prof. Larry Swanson (CSC chairman 2016)
- FENS President Prof. Monica Di Luca
- Venue Director, University of Bordeaux Prof. Christophe Mulle
- Venue Director, Champalimaud Foundation Prof. Zach Mainen
The Selection Board plays an advisory role for the CSC by selecting the topics of each CAJAL Training course.
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