The Multidimensional Brain
The Paris-Saclay Institute of Neuroscience (Neuro-PSI), joint Research Unit of the CNRS and Paris-Sud University, is developing fundamental and interdisciplinary aspects of the organization and functions of the nervous system, based on experimental and theoretical approaches at all scales of analysis. It will form, with its sister Institute NeuroSpin, the NeuroSaclay Center promoting Neuroscience at the highest international standards within the Paris-Saclay University.



The Paris-Saclay Institute of Neuroscience is recruiting new group leaders

The Paris-Saclay Institute of Neuroscience (Neuro-PSI) is recruiting new group leaders at junior or midcareer level to develop research programs addressing fundamental aspects of neuroscience across the whole spectrum of the Neuro-PSI research fields.
Candidates should already hold a permanent position or meet the criteria for applying to a position in French research institutions (CNRS, INSERM, Université Paris-Sud).
Installation packages will be provided by the Institute but candidates are encouraged to apply for additional funding.
- Applica’on deadline : June 1st 2017. Interviews: July-October 2017
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Scientific conferences

Neuro-PSI Conference on June 30th, 2017

On Friday, June 30th, Pr. Frédéric Louradour from the Optics University of Limoges will give a talk on this following topic
« Optic fiber imaging. »

Invited by Nadine Peyrieras, Unité Bioemergences USR CNRS
- See the pdf

Neuro-PSI Conference on June 21st

On Wednesday, June 21st, Martine Cohen-Salmon from the Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherche en Biologie, The gliovascular team, Collège de France, Paris, will give a talk on this following topic
« Deciphering the Molecular Bases of Astroglial Functions at the Vascular Interface : Local Protein Synthesis in Astrocyte Perivascular Processes. »
Invited by Cyrille Vaillend, Dept CogComp

- See the pdf


Available jobs

POSTDOC position at UNIC

A postdoc position in Brice Bathellier Team, UNIC, a project of the Brainscopes Program run by
Thomas Deneux (UNIC).

Thesis Projects in 2017

BioSigne and SDSV Thesis Projects


NeWS Neuroscience Workshop Saclay 2017, June 8-9

Neural circuits and behavior: from cells to connectivity and function.

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