Closing date extended to Monday 29 May 2017.
A series of advanced, hands-on workshops for PhD students will be available during 2017. These workshops will offer students the opportunity to develop skills in key areas that they, with the support of their supervisor, identify to be directly related to their research project. Each program has been designed by the Workshop Leader to provide a comprehensive, small group experience.
There are 4 confirmed workshop programs offered in 2017, detailed here.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Professor Roger Ordidge
Early September to mid-October*
3x 1hr lecture per week for 6 weeks (18hrs contact time)
Fundamentals of Ion Channel Function in the Brain: Intracellular and Extracellular Recordings
Professor Ian Forster
Tentatively 10 – 15 July
5 consecutive full days with breaks (~35 hrs. contact time)
Introduction to Bioinformatics resources for Neuroscientists
Dr Victoria Perreau
Thursdays weekly @ 10.00 - 12.00pm from June - August
(9 x 2hrs contact time = 18hrs)
Neural Computational Modelling
Dr Levin Kuhlman
After 11 September 2017
Approx. 20 hrs contact time (TBC)
( * ) Exact dates may be subject to change. Applicants will be advised by email.There is no cost to attend the workshop programs.
Other opportunities on different workshop topics are currently under discussion and students will be advised when confirmed, including the possibility of workshops on the following:
-Microscopy (including confocal)
The timeline for the application process is as follows:
Thursday 4 May, 2017
Friday 29 May, 2017
Successful Applicants Notified:
Monday 5 June, 2017
For any enquiries, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org