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. All classes will be organized in the seminar room Katz at the MPI for Brain Research.
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 Christian Müller) is however compulsory.
Schedule as PDF

DateTimeSubject Lecturer
April 169.00-11.00 11.00-17.00Introduction to MatLab: Q/A
Signal Processing with MatLab-I   
Tom Richter (Mathworks)
April 179.00-17.00Signal Processing with MatLab-IITom Richter (Mathworks)
April 309.00-17.00Basics of electrophysiologyChristian Müller (MPI-BR)
May 79.00-17.00Basics of image formation and image analysisClaudio Polisseni and Florian Vollrath (MPI-BR)
May 89.00-17.00Basics of molecular neurobiology: theory and practicePaul Donlin-Asp and Julio Perez (MPI-BR)
May 149.00-16.00Basics of fluorescence microscopyClaudio Polisseni and Florian Vollrath (MPI-BR)
May 159.00-16.00 Advanced microscopy techniquesClaudio Polisseni and Florian Vollrath (MPI-BR)
May 22 14.00-17.00Basics of Artificial Neural Networks: application in neuroscienceGeorgi Tushev and Friedrich Kretschmer (MPI-BR)
May 289.00-17.00Viral vectors and optogenetics: theory and practiceJohannes Letzkus (MPI-BR)
May 299.00-17.00Introduction to statisticsStefan Albert (Goethe University)




Dr. Christian Müller