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.

 

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.


 

Scientific conferences

Neuro-PSI Conference on December 14th

On Thursday, Decemberr 14th, Rudy Behnia, PhD from the department of Neuroscience, Columbia University of New-York, USA, will give a talk on this following topic
« Processing of visual information in the fly optic lobe »
Invited by François Rouyer
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Available jobs

15 PhDs in Insect Chronobiology

H2020 funding for 36 months from september 2018

POSTDOCTORAL position in Integrative Neuroscience

FRM Team : neural proceesing, neuromodulation and sensory plasticity

POSTDOC position at Neuro-PSI

A postdoctoral position is available in the group of Sophie Creuzet at Gif-Sur-Yvette

Thesis Projects in 2017

BioSigne and SDSV Thesis Projects

Events

CLIPS 2017 Symposium, September 12-13

Multiscale live imaging in Human, Animal and Plant Health The purpose of this symposium is to favor innovation for live imaging from architectural and molecular imaging to modeling of biological processes.



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