The Translational Neuroscience Autumn School 2021 (28th -29st Oct) will host four sessions about
Connectomics of Neuronal Networks,
and Methods and Techniques used in Translational Neuroscience.
This meeting will this year be held probably again in an online format. Senior experts and young investigators from different fields of neuroscience. They will discuss their research topics with Master and PhD students, further young scientists, and Postdocs interested in neuroscheince approaches. Master and graduate students are invited to expand their knowledge, but also to be motivated to continue their education diligently and continuously and to address the challenges of neuroscience.
Here some information about our previous Autumn Schools.
We are planning poster sessions, too. If you want to make a contribution to the poster session, please prepare a short title (20 Characters for digital platform), a main title for the poster itself and a short summary (2-3 sentences).
!No registration before 01.09.2021. The deadline for application and registration ends at the 10th of October 2021!
!Stay tuned for further information about the program, oragnisation and invited speakers!
On behalf of Prof. Dr. J. Deckert, we want to highlight a lecture series on translational neuroscience. Please, find further information in the invitation below and via the respective link. If you are interested in joining the lecture series please write us an email (contact below) with your full name, your institution and the reason you want to join.
Dr. Manuel Nagel and Prof. Dr. Carmen Villmann
MSc "Translational Neuroscience"
Dear colleagues, dear students,
The success of our first Erasmus International Lecture Series in the past semester has not only encouraged us to resume our lecture series in the field of “Translational Neuroscience” but also offer a new lecture series in the field of “Global Health” in the coming summer semester 2021.
We thus invite interested students and staff members alike at your and our universities to attend both virtual lecture series, which are scheduled to run from the end of this March to May 2021.
We are delighted that representatives of our Erasmus partner universities of Caen, Istanbul, Ljubljana, Maribor, Marseille, Olomouc, Pécs, Rome, and Zagreb, as well as our colleagues in Würzburg will share their expertise in their talks within the virtual lecture series on “Translational Neuroscience” and “Global Health”:
We hope that the lecture series will attract your interest and request that you spread this message among your students and teaching staff.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our partners for working together with us on this wonderful project.
With best wishes,
Prof. Dr. J. Deckert