The Multidimensional Brain
The Paris-Saclay Institute of Neuroscience (Neuro-PSI) is dedicated to basic Neuroscience, at all scales of analysis, from molecule to cognition and from embryo to adult. It is a joint Research Unit of the CNRS and Paris-Sud University (UMR9197), currently located in Gif-sur-Yvette and Orsay, 25km South to Paris. It forms, with its sister Institute NeuroSpin (CEA Saclay), the NeuroSaclay Center promoting Neuroscience at the highest international standards within the Paris-Saclay University.

 


 

Scientific conferences

Neuro-PSI Conference on March 22nd

On Friday, March 22nd at 11:00, Dr Christian Tudorache from the Institute of Biology, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, wiil give a talk on this following topic « Coping with the clock - biological clock function is linked to proactive and reactive personality types. »

Invited by Philippe Vernier
- See the pdf

 

 

Posters

Scientific Themes

S. Creuzet Development-Evolution dept.

J. Wu / G. Fortin Molecules-Circuits dept.

F. Rouyer Molecules-Circuits dept.

JM Édeline Cognition-Behavior dept.

P. Affaticati / A. Jenett Development-Evolution dept.

D. Shulz UNIC

A. Veyrac / S. Laroche Cognition-Behavior dept.

C. Huetz / JM Édeline Cognition-Behavior dept.

D. Vasiliauskas Molecules-Circuits dept.

M. Perron Development-Evolution dept.

J. Fournier / Y. Frégnac UNIC

S. Rétaux Development-Evolution dept.

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Available jobs

Post-doc position for spring 2019

New team : Neural Circuits & Behavior

M2 internships available

New team : Neural circuits & Behavior

Thesis Projects in 2018

BioSigne and SDSV Thesis Projects

POSTDOCTORAL position in Integrative Neuroscience

FRM Team : neural proceesing, neuromodulation and sensory plasticity

Events

EITN Spring course

Paris, April 10-19, 2019

9th EFOR Annual Meeting

Meeting of the EFOR network on 2019, May 6-7

NeuroFrance 2019

Proposals for the next meeting in Marseille, 2019 May 22-24.



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