Developmental Neurobiology Course 2012
- David Van Vactor (Harvard Medical School Van Vactor Unit / OIST Formation and Regulation of Neuronal Connectivity Unit)
- Mary Ann Price (OIST Developmental Signalling Unit)
- Ichiro Masai (OIST Developmental Neurobiology Unit)
Travel, Room, and Lodging
OIST will cover the costs of registration, meals, accommodation, and travel for all selected participants. Accommodation consists of shared twin rooms in OIST Seaside House, where the conference is held. Because we will arrange the travel and visas (if necessary) of selected participants, we ask for detailed information in the application.
You can see details about access to the campus and transportation here.
- Application deadline: March 10, 2012
- Duration: 16-30 July 2012
- Venue: OIST Seaside House, Okinawa, Japan
About the Course
The assembly of the functional nervous system is one of the most complex developmental processes in nature. Discovering the mechanisms involved is vital both for advancing basic scientific understanding and as a foundation for future strategies to treat neurological disease, congenital cognitive impairment and neural injury. This course aims to efficiently and rapidly introduce students to the intellectual background, model systems, experimental methods and expert investigators in this topic area and will be of tremendous value in establishing the next generation of young neurobiologists.
To apply to participate in the workshop, please go to the Application page.
Applications from PhD student and junior post docs are welcome. Travel, accommodation, and meals will be provided by OIST.
For further information, please contact the DNC2012 organizers using the Contact Form.