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CAJAL training 2018

Tuesday 15 May 2018, by Marie-Noelle Gouineau


[**Linking Neural Circuits and Behaviour*]
Cajal hands-on neuroscience course
October 8 to 26, 2018 - Bordeaux France

Recent advances in correlational and perturbational technologies behaving animal models has opened new avenues in our investigation of brain functions in health and diseases. The goals of this advanced Cajal course is to provide an in-depth exposure to current technologies in neurosciences. This will include hands-on training in state-of-the-art methods including optical microscopy, electrophysiology, optogenetic in freely behaving animals and functional imaging in human. Emphasis will be put on new methods for connectivity tracing, recordings and analysis of multichannel unit and local field potential data in behaving animals and data presentation.

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