The goal of the course is to educate graduate students and postdocs about state of the art approaches to study how neural circuits mediate behavior. The focus will be on rodent models of normal and abnormal behaviors, including models of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Leaders in the field will present their work in a highly interactive format.
Speakers include: Joshua T. Dudman, HHMI Janelia Research Campus; David Dupret, Oxford University; Kenneth Harris, University College London; Patricia H. Janak, Johns Hopkins University; Roberto Malinow, UCSD; Joe Paton, Champalimaud; Bernardo L. Sabatini, Harvard University; Henry Yin, Duke University; etc.
Admissions: The course is open to graduate students and postdocs. Successful applicants will be invited to participate free of charge. Travel, lodging and board costs will be covered by the CorBI Foundation. In order to apply for admission, please submit a concise letter of research interests and accomplishments (1 page max) and a CV to email@example.com by the deadline (July 5, 2017). A single document in PDF format should contain the application letter and CV.