Modern Techniques in neuroscience

The Modern techniques in neuroscience course covers a wide range of modern neuroscience, biological and analytical techniques used to address the relevant questions in neuroscience.
IMPRS students will receive 2.5 EC. The courses are open for (doctoral) students and postdocs from the neuroscience community in the Rhine-Main area. Registration (by sending an email to the IMPRS coordinator) is however compulsory.
Schedule as PDF

DateTimeSubject LecturerLocation
March 2114.00-17.00Scientific computingGeorgi Tushev (MPI-BR)MPI-BR
March 229.00-17.00Viral vectors and optogenetics: theory and practiceJohannes Letzkus (MPI-BR)MPI-BR
March 289.00-17.00Introduction to MatLabJulijana Gjorgjieva (MPI-BR)MPI-BR
March 299.00-17.00Signal Processing for Neuroscience: theory and practiceJulijana Gjorgjieva MPI-BR
May 89.00-17.00Introduction to statisticsStefan Albert (Goethe University)MPI-BR
May 99.00-13.00Image analysis Stephan Junek (MPI-BR)MPI-BR
May 169.00-17.00 Basics of electrophysiology: theory and practiceChristian Müller (MPI-BR)MPI-BR
May 22 and 239.00-17.00Basics of optics and imagingStephan Junek and Laurent Moreaux (Caltech)MPI-BR (Teaching Lab)
May 299.00-17.00Basics of molecular neurobiology: theory and practiceAnne Biever and Paul Donlin-Asp (MPI-BR)MPI-BR (Teaching Lab)




Dr. Arjan Vink

Coordinator IMPRS for Neural Circuits

T: +49 69 79849404

M: +49 175 2647988