Connecting European Neuroscience

The CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme

The CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme represents commitment by the five partner institutions FENS, IBRO, the Gatsby Charitable Foundation, University of Bordeaux and the Champalimaud Foundation, which offers state-of-the-art hands-on training courses in neuroscience.

The CAJAL Training Programme is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely. 
Please find more information here.

 

Upcoming CAJAL Courses

2020

2021

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What they say about the CAJAL Programme

"The CAJAL programme is a re-invention of neuroscience training that emphasises practical “hands on” training in very advanced methods". [...]
Adam Kampff, course director - CAJAL Behaviour Neural Systems course 2015. Read more.

"I loved that the course was really hands-on and intense; I feel like I learned a lot. I had a wonderful time meeting the other students and instructors." [...]
Morgane Nouvian, student - CAJAL Behaviour and Neural Systems course 2015. Read more. 

 

For enquiries, please contact: info@cajal-training.org

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Winter School rescheduled

FENS regrets to announce that the FENS Hertie Winter School on Multiscale approaches to probe psychiatric disorders is rescheduled to 9-15 January 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications will reopen in the summer 2021.

 

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NENS exchange grants available

The NENS exchange grants of up to 3.000 EUR are meant for MSc and PhD students registered within NENS member schools or programmes. Applicants are expected to spend a period of one to three months at a NENS member school of their choice in a different European country for the purpose of methodological training.

Application deadline: 15 October 2020

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