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πŸ“£Last days to apply! CAJAL #handson #training course on Interacting with #Neural #Circuits Info & application: loom.ly/oupJ-d4⏰ Extended Deadline: 31 Jan 2023πŸ“† Dates: 18 June - 9 July 2023🌍 Location: Champalimaud Research, Lisbon, PortugalπŸ‘₯ Directors: Michael Hausser, Tiago Branco, Susana LimaThis course will highlight the new anatomical, genetic, optical, #electrophysiological, #optogenetic, and #pharmacogenetic approaches available to understand these links; in diverse #model systems, including #mice and #zebrafish.#Drosophila #anatomy #connectivity #recordingFederation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) IBRO (International Brain Research Organization) Gatsby Charitable Foundation,The Simons Foundation Champalimaud Foundation / Fundação Champalimaud ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ“£ There is still time to apply!Discover CAJAL's new Artificial intelligence course: #MachineLearning for #neuroscience. The course gives a hands-on introduction to #AI and Machine Learning and how it can be used for data acquisition, analysis and modeling brain activity and behavior. 🎯Deadline: 23 Jan 2023πŸ‘‰ loom.ly/zgGKEQ0πŸ“† Dates: 9 - 29 July 2023🌍 Location: Champalimaud Research, Lisbon, PortugalπŸ‘₯ Directors: Gonzalo de Polavieja, Kristin Branson & Il Memming ParkFederation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) IBRO (International Brain Research Organization) Gatsby Charitable Foundation,The Simons Foundation Champalimaud Foundation / Fundação Champalimaud ... See MoreSee Less
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The Cajal Programme is excited to announce a local #NeuroKit on #Visual Reactive Programming - #Bonsai with the Nencki Open Lab! This is a local course that provides #handson kits.πŸ‘‰ Info & applications: loom.ly/Ge6Tg-4⏰ DEADLINE: 31 January 2023πŸ“… Dates: 6-10 Feb 2023🌏 Location: Warsaw, #PolandThis course will introduce the basics of the Bonsai programming language, a high-performance, easy to use, and flexible visual environment for designing closed-loop neuroscience experiments combining physiology and behaviour data. This language has allowed scientists with no previous programming experience to quickly develop and scale-up experimental rigs, and can be used to integrate new open-source hardware and software. ... See MoreSee Less
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Have you applied for our new course? πŸ“£ The application deadline is ending soon: 23 Jan 2023Discover CAJAL's new Artificial intelligence course: Machine learning for neuroscience. The course gives a hands-on introduction to #AI and #MachineLearning and how it can be used for data acquisition, analysis and modeling brain activity and behavior. Apply πŸ‘‰ loom.ly/zgGKEQ0πŸ“† Dates: 9 - 29 July 2023🌍 Location: Champalimaud Research, Lisbon, PortugalπŸ‘₯ Directors: Gonzalo de Polavieja, Kristin Branson & Il Memming ParkFederation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) IBRO (International Brain Research Organization) Gatsby Charitable Foundation,The Simons Foundation Champalimaud Foundation / Fundação Champalimaud ... See MoreSee Less
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Application deadline extended till 31 January 2023 for the #handson #training course on Interacting with #Neural #CircuitsInfo & application: loom.ly/oupJ-d4πŸ“† Dates: 18 June - 9 July 2023🌍 Location: Champalimaud Research, Lisbon, PortugalπŸ‘₯ Directors: Michael Hausser, Tiago Branco, Susana LimaThis course will highlight the new anatomical, genetic, optical, #electrophysiological, #optogenetic, and #pharmacogenetic approaches available to understand these links; in diverse #model systems, including #mice and #zebrafish.#Drosophila #anatomy #connectivity #recordingFederation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) IBRO (International Brain Research Organization) Gatsby Charitable Foundation,The Simons Foundation Champalimaud Foundation / Fundação Champalimaud ... See MoreSee Less
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Last week to apply for the CAJAL #handson #training course on Interacting with #Neural #CircuitsInfo & application: loom.ly/oupJ-d4⏰ Deadline: 10 Jan 2023πŸ“† Dates: 18 June - 9 July 2023🌍 Location: Champalimaud Research, Lisbon, PortugalπŸ‘₯ Directors: Michael Hausser, Tiago Branco, Susana LimaThis course will highlight the new anatomical, genetic, optical, #electrophysiological, #optogenetic, and #pharmacogenetic approaches available to understand these links; in diverse #model systems, including #mice and #zebrafish.#Drosophila #anatomy #connectivity #recordingFederation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) IBRO (International Brain Research Organization) Gatsby Charitable Foundation,The Simons Foundation Champalimaud Foundation / Fundação Champalimaud ... See MoreSee Less
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