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Functional anatomy of the rodent brain I, HS 15

ZNZ Retreat on scientific career planning

10 November 2015, 08:00 - 17:30, Tagungszentrum Schloss Au, Au/ZH

The retreat is open for 3rd - 4th year ZNZ Phd students and other interested young neuroscientists.
Organized  by the Gender Equality Committee.

Detailed program>>

Graduate Campus


The Graduate Campus of the University of Zurich has been established to support PhD students and Postdocs in their scientific career. The Campus offers funding for interdisciplinary activities, access to a large network of junior researchers and organizes courses, e.g. on transferable skills.
>> Graduate Campus Website

Monday: 17 -18.45 h, lecture hall Y17 H05

 

Topic
Lecturer
Date
Gross anatomy of the rodent brain Bruno Weber  14.09.15
     
Spinal cord Hanns Ulrich Zeilhofer  21.09.15
     
Brainstem and Thalamus
Björn Zörner
 28.09.15
     
Hippocampus Urs Gerber
 05.10.15
     
Neuromodulatory Systems
Bruno Weber
 12.10.15
     
no lecture
SfN
19.10.15
     
Cerebellum Aiman Saab
 26.10.15
     
Basal Ganglia
Andreas Luft
 02.11.15
     
Neocortex I Wolfger von der Behrens
 09.11.15
     
Neocortex II
Kevan Martin
16.11.15
     
Electron microscopy methods José Mateos Melero
 23.11.15
     
Light microscopy methods José Mateos Melero
30.11.15
     
Molecular and genetic tools
Aiman Saab
 07.12.15
     
In vivo imaging Bruno Weber  14.12.15
     

Coordinator: Prof. Bruno Weber

To register, please send an e-mail to:bweber@pharma.uzh.ch

Functional Anatomy (pdf, 16 KB)

Handouts

 

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