Eurolife encourages the participation of their PhD students to existing summer schools of the different Eurolife institutions.
Basic and clinical aspects of neurobiology of rhythms (University of Strasbourg)
The University of Strasbourg, together with the Institute of Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences is organizing this 3-days summer school to teach scientific and practical bases of biological rhythms. The aim of this Summer school is to transmit to Master2 and doctoral students the scientific and practical bases of biological rhythms and to stress the necessity of integrating the concept of biological rhythmicity in any experimental work. Scientific bases will be provided through 30 min classes given by 15 researchers internationally recognized for their expertise in the neurobiology of rhythms. In addition, PhD students will be asked to give a 5 min presentation of their research project. Further visits and practical work will highlight several specific tools and approaches to study biological rhythms. Attendees will be able to choose workshops in small groups during two afternoons, discuss ethics in neurobiology of rhythms, and meet informally with experts in the field.
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