Connecting European Neuroscience

Watch the Summer School 2016 online

Virtually attend the FENS SfN Summer School 2016 on Cellular mechanisms and networks in addiction, which was held on 29 May - 4 June 2016 in Bertinoro, Italy.

Start with the interview of the two scientific organisers to know what they had in mind while preparing the school:

 
 

Dr. Garret D. Stuber (University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill, USA) on "Contemporary approaches
for dissecting neural circuit function" Part 1

Dr. Garret D. Stuber (University of North Carolina 
at Chapel Hill, USA) on "Contemporary approaches
for dissecting neural circuit function" Part 1

 
 

Dr. Christian Lüscher (University of
Geneva, Switzerland) on “the Emergence of a
Circuit Model of Addiction” Part 1

Dr. Christian Lüscher (University of
Geneva, Switzerland) on “the Emergence of a
Circuit Model of Addiction” Part 2

   
 

Dr. Boris Gutkin (Ecole Normale Supérieure, France)
on "Computational Models of Addiction" Part 1

Dr. Boris Gutkin (Ecole Normale Supérieure, France)
on "Computational Models of Addiction" Part 2

   
 

Dr. Nelly Alia-Klein (Icahn School of Medicine
at Mount Sinai, USA) on "Disease and Recovery
of Brain Networks in Addiction" Part 1

Dr. Nelly Alia-Klein (Icahn School of Medicine at
Mount Sinai, USA) on "Disease and Recovery of
Brain Networks in Addiction" Part 2

   
 

Dr. Manuel Mameli (the University
of Lausanne, Switzerland) on "Synapse gone
awry: contribution to aspects of addiction" Part 1

Dr. Manuel Mameli (the University of
Lausanne, Switzerland) on "Synapse gone
awry: contribution to aspects of addiction" Part 2

   
 

Prof. Trevor W. Robbins (University of Cambridge,
UK) on "From impulsivity to compulsivity in drug
addiction: Neurobehavioural substrates" Part 1

Prof. Trevor W. Robbins (University of Cambridge, UK)
on "From impulsivity to compulsivity in drug
addiction: Neurobehavioural substrates" Part 2

   
 

Prof. Damiaan Denys (Academic Medical Center
at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
on “Deep brain stimulation and addiction” Part 1

Prof. Damiaan Denys (Academic Medical Center at
the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands) on
“Deep brain stimulation and addiction” Part 2

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