The Multidimensional Brain
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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.



Scientific conferences

Neuro-PSI Conference on March 24th, 2017

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On Friday, March 24th Alexander Fleischmann Team Neural Circuits and Behavior, Collège de France, Paris will give a talk on this following topic
« Cortical neural circuits for olfaction »

Invited by Philippe Vernier
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Neuro-PSI Conference on March 17th

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On Friday, March 17th, Karine Loulier from the Institut de la Vision, Paris, wiil give a talk on this following topic « Probing at neural diversity and brain cytoarchitecture using multicolor strategies »
Invited by Muriel Perron
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Neuro-PSI Conference on March 10th

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On Friday, March 10th, Vincent Prévot, from the Team Développement et Plasticité du Cerveau Neuroendocrine, Centre de Recherche Jean-Pierre Aubert, UMR-S 1172, INSERM & Université de Lille, will give a talk on this following topic « miR and the mechanisms of puberty »
Invited by Phlippe Vernier
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Available jobs

POSTDOC position at UNIC

Two-photon calcium imaging and auditory processing. Brice Bathellier Team, UNIC, Gif-Sur-Yvette, France

BioSigne and SDSV Thesis Projects

PhD Thesis Projects (in french)
Upcoming PhD Thesis Defenses


NeWS Neuroscience Workshop Saclay 2017, June 8-9

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

PCS International Conference of Neuroscience

Organized by the Pioneer Century Science from April 7th to 8th, 2017 in Lisbon, Portugal

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