Cajal course on Quantitative approaches to behaviour
July 19th, 2020
to August 8th, 2020
About the Event
Quantitative and qualitative studies of behaviour are fundamental in our effort to understand brain function and malfunction. Recently, the techniques for studying behaviour, along with those for monitoring and manipulating neural activity during behaviour, have progressed rapidly. Our summer course aims at providing promising young scientists with a comprehensive introduction to state-of-the-art techniques in quantitative behavioural analysis.
This 3-week course is a practical hands-on introduction to advanced methods in behavioural tracking and analysis and will cover sufficient background such that all participants will be able to establish these techniques in their home laboratories.
More information here.