Connecting European Neuroscience

Advanced Methods for Preclinical Alzheimer Research

January 21st, 2019 to February 2nd, 2019
Bordeaux, France

Alzheimer, Neurodegeneration, Young Researcher Education

About the Event

The course are open to PhD students and post-docs world-wide The students will get the chance to perform two mini-projects in state-of-the-art Alzheimer research methodology under supervsion of experience instructors. In addition, key note lectures will be held by world leading AD researchers, including John Hardy, Bart de Strooper and Michael Heneka. Topics of mini-projects include genetic, proteomic and cell biological approaches, cellular imaging, in vivo and in vitro electrophysiology, histopathology, behaviour analysis of AD-linked cognitive deficits, structural and functional MRI and electroencephalography. A broad spectrum of research models will be used, spanning from iPS-cells to drosophila, mutant mice and human samples. Course organizers: Prof Christophe Mulle, University of Bordeaux Assoc Prof Susanne Frykman, Karolinska Institutet Prof Bengt Winblad, Karolinska Institutet


Susanne Frykman
Karolinska Institutet Center for Alzheimer Research Novum, level 5 141 57 Huddinge Sweden


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