PhD Program in Neuroscience
Doctoral School in Life and Health Sciences
SEPTEMBER 22-26, 2014
and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Department of Life Sciences and Systems Biology & Department of Neuroscience “Rita Levi Montalcini”
University of Turin
The course will be held SEPTEMBER 22-26, 2014 and will take place at the Department of Life Sciences and Systems Biology & Department of Neuroscience “Rita Levi Montalcini”, University of Turin – Italy.
TOPICS: this course will introduce students to cutting-edge research on topics ranging from brain patterning, neurogenesis, cell fate specification, synapse formation and plasticity, to new insights on genetic, clinical, therapeutic and cognitive aspects of neurodevelopmental disorders.
The total number of participants will be limited to 50 students, and registrations will be dealt with on a first come, first served basis.
In the context of a new program for integrated higher education and training in Neuroscience, FENS in partnership with IBRO provides stipends of 750 EUR for international students interested in attending this course.
See the PDF file for the Program and Registration instructions.
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