Connecting European Neuroscience

Watch the Summer School 2017 online

Virtually attend the FENS SfN Summer School 2017 on Chemical Neuromodulation: Neurobiological, Neurocomputational, Behavioural and Clinical aspects, which was held on 18 - 24 June 2017 in Bertinoro, Italy.

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

 

 
 

Trevor Robbins (University of Cambridge, UK)
on Chemical neuromodulatory systems: an overarching perspective

Martin Sarter (University of Michigan, USA)
on Deterministic and neuromodulatory functions of forebrain cholinergic systems: a model for other ascending systems?

 
 

Roshan Cools (Donders Institute for Brain Cognition and Behaviour, NL)
on Functions of dopamine and serotonin in human decision-making and cognition – Part I

Roshan Cools (Donders Institute for Brain Cognition and Behaviour, NL)
on Functions of dopamine and serotonin in human decision-making and cognition – Part II

 
 

Zachary Mainen (Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme, PT)
on Serotonin: from neural circuits to adaptive behaviour – Part I

Zachary Mainen (Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme, PT)
on Serotonin: from neural circuits to adaptive behaviour - Part II

 
 

Michael Hasselmo (Boston University, USA)
on Neuromodulation and cortical function (with an emphasis on acetylcholine and computational modelling) – Part I

Michael Hasselmo (Boston University, USA)
on Neuromodulation and cortical function (with an emphasis on acetylcholine and computational modelling) – Part II

 
 

James Rowe (University of Cambridge, UK)
on Noradrenergic and serotonergic regulation of inhibitory control: implications for Parkinson’s disease and dementia

Anthony Grace (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
on The circuitry of dopamine systems regulation and its disruption in psychiatric disorders – Part I: The dopamine neuron, stress and depression

 
 

Anthony Grace (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
on The circuitry of dopamine system regulation and its disruption in psychiatric disorders – Part II: Development, vulnerability and schizophrenia

Mark Walton (University of Oxford, UK)
on Rapid dopamine release during decision making: reward, prediction, motivation, action? – Part I

 
 

Mark Walton (University of Oxford, UK)
on Rapid dopamine release during decision making: reward, prediction, motivation, action? – Part II

Gitte Moos Knudsen (Copenhagen University Hospital, DK)
on Multimodality neuroimaging of the serotonergic transmitter system: methods and clinical applications – Part I

 
 

Gitte Moos Knudsen (Copenhagen University Hospital, DK)
on Multimodality neuroimaging of the serotonergic transmitter system: methods and clinical applications – Part II

Emrah Duzel(Institute of Cognitive Neurology and Dementia Research, University Hospital Magdeburg, DE)
on Neuromodulation of hippocampal-dependent memory – Part I

 
 

Emrah Duzel (Institute of Cognitive Neurology and Dementia Research, University Hospital Magdeburg, DE)
on Neuromodulation of hippocampal-dependent memory – Part II

 
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