Strasbourg Graduate School of Neuroscience

Strasbourg, France

Learning type(s): In Person

Language(s): English, French

Duration: 5 years

Degrees available: MSc, PhD, MD-PhD

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Domains: Circuit Dynamics and Oscillations, Cognition and Neural Network, Computational and Theoretical Neuroscience, Internal States and Homeostasis, Motivation, Emotion and Behaviour, Motor Systems, Neurodegenerative Disorders and Pathological Aging, Neurons and Glia: Intrinsic Properties, Cell Biology and Cell Types, Psychiatric and Cognitive Disorders, Sensory Systems, Synaptic Integration, Excitability and Plasticity

Subdomains: Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, Anatomy, Animal behaviour, Animal studies, Association cortex, Ataxias, Biological rhythms and sleep, Cell excitability, CNS patterning, Data analysis and software tools, Developmental disorders, Electrophysiology, Environmental factors, Gene expression and regulation, Glia-neuron interactions, Human studies, Huntington's disease, Imaging methods, Intervention methods, Intracellular dynamics, Ion channels, Learning and memory, Mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases, Metabolism, Molecular and genetic techniques, Molecular signals and their receptors, Motor control, Motor neuron diseases, Multisensory integration, Myelination, Neural circuit motifs, Neuroendocrine, Neuroethology, Neuronal control of organ function, Neurotransmitters and their receptors, Oscillations, Pain, Parkinson's disease, Peripheral nerve diseases, Population coding, Psychiatric disorders, Regulation of food intake, nutrient and liquid homeostasis and body weight, Social cognition and behavior, Stress and the brain, Synaptic integration, Synaptic plasticity, Synaptic transmission, Synaptogenesis and activity-dependent development, Synchronization, Tactile/somatosensory system, Transporters, Trauma, Vestibular system, Vision


8 Allée du Général Rouvillois, Strasbourg, France