2021-2022 PhD seminar series
Friday 1 October / 14:00 – Vladan LUCIC (Max Planck – Munich, DE)
Architecture of trans-synaptic assemblies at the single nanometer scale
Friday 29 October / 11:30 – Homaira NAWABI (GIN – Grenoble, FR)
Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of CNS repair
Friday 3 December / 11:00 – Adam Packer (University of Oxford, UK) // Mind the time! *
All-optical technologies for interrogation of neural codes and their transmission
In the frame of the Cajal lecture series.
Friday 7 January / 11:30 – Linda DOUW (UMC – Amsterdam, NL)
Multilayer brain networks and cognitive decline
Friday 4 February / 11:30 – Mackenzie MATHIS (EPFL – Lausanne, CH)
Measuring and modeling the sensorimotor system with machine learning
Friday 4 March / 11:30 – Abid OUESLATI (CRCHU – Laval, CA)
Unveiling the role of alpha-synuclein clustering and Lewy body formation in Parkinson’s disease pathogenesis
Friday 1 April / 11:30 – Barry EVERITT (Univ. of Cambridge, UK)
Desperately seeking drugs: associate and non-associative mechanisms
Friday 6 May / 11:30 – Matthew GRUBB (King’s college – London, UK)
Functional recovery and plasticity during naturally occurring neuronal regeneration
Friday 3 June / 11:30 – Ana DOMINGOS (Univ. of Oxford, UK)
Meet the speaker!
You are invited to meet the guest speaker around some pizzas (sanitary pass is mandatory).
Deadline to register: 48h prior the event
* The seminar on December 3rd is also in the frame of the Cajal school. The meeting around pizzas will be replaced by another moment. More details soon.