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CAJAL Neuroscience Training Courses 2016

The CAJAL course programme in 2016 includes six high-level courses. Click on each course title to view more information.



Behaviour of Neural Systems

Date:      10-31 July 2016
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CAJAL Course in Computational Neuroscience 

Date:       7-27 August 2016
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Neuronal Cell Biology - Cytoskeleton and Trafficking

Date:      10-31 July 2016
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Nutrition and Brain functions

Date:      19 September – 7 October 2016
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The Brain Prize course: Hippocampus from Circuits to Cognition        

Date:      10-31 October 2016
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The CAJAL-ISN course on Glial cells in health and disease 

Date:      27 November – 10 December 2016
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Apply here. Deadline extended: 5 September 2016 (Brussels time, Midnight)

 

For enquiries, please contact: cajal@fens.org

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What they say about CAJAL

"The CAJAL programme is a re-invention of neuroscience training that emphasises practical “hands on” training in very advanced methods: the training you’ve always wanted…in the absurdly lovely atmosphere of a southern European summer".

Adam Kampff, course director - CAJAL Behaviour Neural Systems course 2015.

More about CAJAL

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Apply for our Summer School on Neuromodulation

Co-chairs: Prof. Trevor W. Robbins and Prof. Martin Sarter.

Apply for the FENS-SfN Summer School 2017 on Chemical Neuromodulation: Neurobiological, Neurocomputational, Behavioural and Clinical Aspects 

18-24 June 2017 - Bertinoro, Italy.

Stipends are available!

Deadline: 13 February 2017. 

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