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From events to the latest job offers, discover all the news of the neuroscience community for June 2021!

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Here are the latest neuroscience news for June 2021. You can go directly to the section you are interested in by clicking on the anchors above.

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Science & Arts photo contest: deadline 15 June!

NeuroMarseille invites you to a new adventure on the border between Science and Art! There is still time to send in your most beautiful photos to reveal the beauty of life through images taken in AMU's neuroscience laboratories. The 20 winning photos will be exhibited in various galleries in the region. If you are the winner, you will also receive a large format framed print of your photo(s) and many other prizes!

📅 🔴 Deadline for sending photos: 15 June 2021

Find out more

Neurobinar #8 : meet the Fresnel Institute

On 🗓 June 17th at 4 pm, come and discover the work of Thomas Chaigne and Hervé Rigneault from the Fresnel Institute. After a brief presentation of the Fresnel Institute, Hervé Rigneault will talk about "Multiphoton endoscopy to study the brain activity in vivo on freely moving animals" and Thomas Chaigne will present his research on "Photoacoustic imaging: towards non-invasive single-cell resolution imaging at large depth". 

A perfect opportunity to initiate new collaborations!

Inscrivez-vous
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Clinical session #1: Dialogue on autism between fundamental and clinical research (in French)

This session will focus on these two questions:
📌 How does neuroscience study autistic disorders in mice? - Discussed with Jordan Molitor (Ph.D. student at IBDM)
📌 How to promote access to somatic care for people with autism?
- Discussed with Frédéric Perrel (Ph.D. student at INT)

📅 25 June
🕑 2 pm to 3.30 pm 


For students of the PhD Program, register on Ametice.

Find out more

Seminar NeuroSchool/INMED - OPEN TO ALL

When the locus coeruleus speaks up during sleep: advancing the neurobiology of sensory vigilance par Anita Lüthi

My talk will show that sleep-related activity in the locus coeruleus, the major noradrenergic area of the brain known for its powerful wake-promoting actions, has so far been underestimated for sleep’s behavioral, architectural, and neurobiological assets. My talk will make the case for a renewal of the dichotomous view on sleep and wakefulness, emphasizing that wake-related activity intruding into sleep is inextricably linked to the physiology of mammalian sleep and will, most likely, turn out to be a culprit in its manifold disruptions in pathophysiological conditions.

📆 5 July 2021
🕙 11 AM

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Discovering the origins of language with Adrien Meguerditchian

Is there any common ground between the evolutionary history of apes and humans? It seems logical to answer yes because we both belong to the great family of primates. But to what extent are we connected through evolution?
Adrien Meguerditchian, a researcher at the Cognitive Psychology Laboratory, is interested in the properties of our primate cousins' modes of communication and their links with certain properties of human language. In this article, made in NeuroMarseille, discover the concepts of lateralization, manual asymmetry, and gestural communication!

Read the article

NeuroSchool students give their feedback on the Shaping Life 2 conference!

From 7 to 9 April, the online conference Shaping Life, co-organised by the SFBD and the IBDM, took place.
🔎 23 students of the PhD program were able to benefit from the funding offered by NeuroSchool: they give you their feedback in this article!

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Events

Find the events of the NeuroMarseille Institute & NeuroSchool, as well as external events.

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Dates to note down!

You will find below, the summary of NeuroMarseille events for the month of June 2021. 

📅 June 6: deadline for M2 mobility grants
📅 June 15: deadline for the NeuroMarseille photo contest
📅 June 17: Neurobinar #8: meet the Fresnel Institute
📅 June 25: clinical session #1: autism: clinical & basic research 
📅 June 28: start of DESU scientific communication
📅 2, 9, 23, and 30 June: Neurophilo workshop
📅 4 July: NeuroSchool/INMED seminar by Luthi Anita

Neurobinar #8 : meet the Fresnel Institute

On 🗓 June 17th at 4 pm, come and discover the work of Thomas Chaigne and Hervé Rigneault from the Fresnel Institute. After a brief presentation of the Fresnel Institute, Hervé Rigneault will talk about "Multiphoton endoscopy to study the brain activity in vivo on freely moving animals" and Thomas Chaigne will present his research on "Photoacoustic imaging: towards non-invasive single-cell resolution imaging at large depth". 

A perfect opportunity to initiate new collaborations!

Sign up
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Clinical session #1: Dialogue on autism between fundamental and clinical research (in French)

This session will focus on these two questions:
📌 How does neuroscience study autistic disorders in mice? - Discussed with Jordan Molitor (Ph.D. student at IBDM)
📌 How to promote access to somatic care for people with autism?
- Discussed with Frédéric Perrel (Ph.D. student at INT)

📅 25 June
🕑 2 pm to 3.30 pm 

Sign Up

Seminar NeuroSchool/INMED - OPEN TO ALL

When the locus coeruleus speaks up during sleep: advancing the neurobiology of sensory vigilance par Anita Lüthi

My talk will show that sleep-related activity in the locus coeruleus, the major noradrenergic area of the brain known for its powerful wake-promoting actions, has so far been underestimated for sleep’s behavioral, architectural, and neurobiological assets. My talk will make the case for a renewal of the dichotomous view on sleep and wakefulness, emphasizing that wake-related activity intruding into sleep is inextricably linked to the physiology of mammalian sleep and will, most likely, turn out to be a culprit in its manifold disruptions in pathophysiological conditions.

📆 5 July 2021
🕙 11 AM

Contact us for more information

EBPS Biennial 2021 (European Behavioural Pharmacology Society)

This Biennial with an intense program will be held from 📅 13 to 16 July 2021, 💻 online!
🔎 Discover the speakers!

It will be preceded by a Workshop on Psychedelic Medicine on July 12, open exclusively to postdocs, PhD and Master students, with low registration fees!

📅 Registration deadline: 14 June

Information and registration

FENS 2021 Regional Conference, online

This meeting will take place from 📅 25 to 27 August and is jointly organised by the Polish Society of Neuroscience (PNS) and the Lithuanian Neuroscience Association (LNA).

🔎 The program includes lectures on the latest directions in neuroscience research and round tables on the world of neuroscience research.

Information and registration

49th meeting of the European Society for Brain and Behaviour

The congress will take place from 📅 4 to 7 September, in Lausanne, and in a virtual version.
The goal? To bring together scientists interested in the study of brain and behaviour, in health and disease, and using all research approaches!

An online poster session will also take place on 📅 September 8th. 

Information and registration

NeuroMarseille laboratories seminars

All seminars are in English and available online

📌 INMED
7 June at 11 am: Muriel Thoby-Brisson (Institut de Neurosciences Cognitives et Intégratives d’Aquitaine, Université Bordeaux) | Organisation et adaptabilité des systèmes moteurs
🔗 Zoom Link
– 21 June at 3pm: Lori Isom (Medical school, University of Michigan) | Channelopathies : mutations in two voltage-gated Na+ channel genes, SCN1A and SCN1B, that cause pediatric epilepsies like Dravet syndrome
🔗 Zoom Link
5 July at 11am: NeuroSchool/INMED seminar by Anita LÜTHI | When the locus coeruleus speaks up during sleep: advancing the neurobiology of sensory vigilance | 🔗Zoom Link

📌 INP
18 June at 2.30 pm: INP technical seminar: Tilak Gupta | Analytical Ultracentrifugation by Beckman
–  25 June at 2.30 pm: Christophe Leterrier | “Neuro-Cellular Imaging Service 2.0: the next chapter”

📌 INT
– 4 June at 2.30 pm: André Bastos (Vanderbilt University, USA) | “Canonical cortical circuits and dynamics for cognition”
🔗 Zoom Link
– 10 June at 2.30pm: Benoît Charlot (IES, Université de Montpellier) | TBA
🔗 Zoom Link
– 25 June at 2.30pm: Christoph Kellendonk (Columbia University, USA) | TBA
🔗 Zoom Link

Training

Discover NeuroSchool's training, other training available as MOOC, as well as scholarships available to students. 

CIPE rendez-vous – in French

Teachers, do you want students as tutors in your courses? Don't miss the next Express'o CIPE on the UE Pédagogies Actives, à l'Utilisation et à la Création d'Activités Numériques (PAUCANA), which trains L2-L3 tutors in teaching with active pedagogies.
📅 Tuesday 8 June 2021 from 10am to 11am

🔔
Find out about all the CIPE's educational events

Zoom link

Register for the ABG webinar: Consulting professions – In French

The ABG is launching the 3rd session of its webinars "Focus Métiers - hors R&D" organised by its Corporate Relations, Partnerships and Recruitment department, which will be devoted to the consulting professions. Join us on 🗓10 June 2021 at 11:30 am to listen to and exchange with our 5 speakers ( PhDs and recruiters) who work in these multi-faceted professions.

Register

Machine learning in Python with Scikit-learn - MOOC

With this MOOC designed by INRIA: build predictive models with scikit-learn and master the strengths and limits of machine learning!

📅 Registrations: From 19 April 2021 to 13 July 2021
📅 Courses: From 18 May 2021 to 14 July 2021
💬 Languages: English

Sign Up

Research Ethics - MOOC – in French

Since May 2015, all doctoral students must be trained in scientific integrity and research ethics. This MOOC proposed by the University of Lyon, focusing on research ethics, is primarily intended for Ph.D. students, but concerns all researchers and citizens who wish to reflect on the transformations and contemporary implications of research, and the new ethical issues they raise.

📅 Registration: From 6 April 2021 to 19 June 2021
📅 Courses: 18 May 2021 to 14 July 2021

Sign Up

Statistics for engineers - MOOC – In French

Take this course, created by the Institut des Mines-Télécom, which introduces the reasoning and usual methods of inferential statistics useful to engineers.

📅 Registration: From 17 March 2021 to 24 June 2021
📅 Courses: From 10 May 2021 to 28 June 2021

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Living in France – MOOC – In French

Follow Ayssé, Peter, Maria, Rajan, Tania, Haroun and Yuta as they take you on an experience to discover the French language and culture! There are 18 sequences in this course. For each sequence, count on 4 hours of independent learning around a different theme: daily life, French culture, civic life, or administrative procedures.

Sign Up

L3 & Master

Retrouvez dans cette section les actions menées auprès de nos étudiants en 3ème année de licence et en Master 

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Applications to the Master's program

L3 students: submit your application for the Master's of Neuroscience on e-candidat as soon as possible.

🔴 Don't wait for your grades from semester 6!

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Going abroad during your neuroscience M2

NeuroSchool mobility grants for M2 internships abroad are offered to selected students of the master's of neuroscience. Information and application on our website.

📅 Declaration of interest (mail): before Sunday 6 June 2021
📅 Application deadline (website): Monday 5 July 2021

See the call
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Dialogue on the job of Clinical Research Associate – In French

Discover on the Drop of Curiosity Youtube channel, Tiphaine Villaume, a graduate of Aix-Marseille University, a former student of the NeuroSchool but also a former member of the Neuronautes office.
She talks about her job as a Clinical Research Associate, a profession that is not sufficiently known although important for research laboratories

Watch video

Participants wanted a virtual reality experience

The Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory (3 place Victor Hugo, 13003 Marseille) is looking for participants for a virtual reality experience, consisting of two sessions of about 45 minutes each, paid at 10 euros per hour of presence in the laboratory.

The experiment consists of being immersed in a virtual rollercoaster for 8 minutes and answering questionnaires. We will also record skin temperature and electrodermal response with a few electrodes placed on the forehead and one hand.

Find out more

PhD Program

Find all the news about our PhD program.

What to do after a PhD in science?

The students of Marseille Maladies Rares Institute (MarMaRa) are organising a day on "What to do after a science PhD" on 📅 8 June. This day brings together professionals from various sectors (academic, private, associative...) who share their experiences after a PhD in science. 

🔉 In English 

Mandatory registration
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Clinical session #1: Dialogue on autism between fundamental and clinical research (in French)

This session will focus on these two questions:
📌 How does neuroscience study autistic disorders in mice? - Discussed with Jordan Molitor (Ph.D. student at IBDM)
📌 How to promote access to somatic care for people with autism?
- Discussed with Frédéric Perrel (Ph.D. student at INT)

📅 25 June
🕑 2 pm to 3.30 pm 

2 hours for participation and 6 hours for the organisation of the clinical session.

Register on Ametice

Tutored seminar NeuroSchool/INMED

When the locus coeruleus speaks up during sleep: advancing the neurobiology of sensory vigilance par Anita Lüthi

My talk will show that sleep-related activity in the locus coeruleus, the major noradrenergic area of the brain known for its powerful wake-promoting actions, has so far been underestimated for sleep’s behavioral, architectural, and neurobiological assets. My talk will make the case for a renewal of the dichotomous view on sleep and wakefulness, emphasizing that wake-related activity intruding into sleep is inextricably linked to the physiology of mammalian sleep and will, most likely, turn out to be a culprit in its manifold disruptions in pathophysiological conditions.

📆 5 July 2021
🕙 Schedule :
10 AM: discussion among students 
11 AM: seminar - open to all
12 AM: discussion with Anita Lüthi 

Register on Ametice (student login)

Call for volunteer!

On 25 November, the new edition of our Neurostories will take place! Would you like to participate as the animator of this scientific culture event? Test your ability to synthesise, your public speaking skills and get hours of training!
This year, the theme will revolve around neuroscience research on the senses! Do you have any knowledge of the subject? Your role, if you accept, it is to create a link between the stand-ups! A great opportunity to test your skills in summarising a broad subject and your eloquence in public... in a good athmosphere and for a good cause: to spread scientific knowledg! Would you like to take part in the project? Contact ingrid.meucci@univ-amu.fr

I am interested!
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Choose your PhD mentor!

NeuroSchool's Ph.D. program is launching a new initiative: all first-year students are warmly invited to choose a "PhD mentor"!
🔎 The role of the thesis sponsor (a permanent member of the research or university staff, not belonging to the same team as the student) is to guide and advise the student on various topics not necessarily related to the scientific content of the PhD project.

Find out more
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PhD follow-up

🔔 Reminder: the PhD. Program advises you to meet your monitoring committee twice, first at 6-12 months after the start of your PhD studies, and then at 18-24 months. Detailed recommendations are available on our website, on AMeTICE, and in this short video.

Watch the video
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Neuroscience & Philosophy Workshop: beyond materialism with Bergson

Join us to debate about whether the brain is "just" an information processing machine that stores memories and estimates time. 
The goal of this workshop is to expose students to ideas that challenge the materialist and reductionist views pervasive in neuroscience.

📅 Next session on 2 June
⌚️ Total duration: 16 hours 

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Research Ethics – MOOC – In French

Since May 2015, all doctoral students must be trained in scientific integrity and research ethics. This MOOC proposed by the University of Lyon, focusing on research ethics, is primarily intended for Ph.D. students, but concerns all researchers and citizens who wish to reflect on the transformations and contemporary implications of research, and the new ethical issues they raise.

📅 Registration: From 6 April 2021 to 19 June 2021
📅 Courses: 18 May 2021 to 14 July 2021

Sign Up

Need a helping hand with your thesis?

EDITORIAL NIGHTS (online)
If you are torn between the need to recharge your batteries and the need to work, these writing nights are for you: 
📅 3 June, 7 June, 10 June

Discover the other events
The next events of the NeuroSchool PhD Program

June 📌
Sessions of the Neurophilosophy workshop 
- 2 and 9 June
- 16 and 23 June
Meeting of the PhD Program
- 4 June - 11 June (extended committee) - 18 June - 25 June
Clinical Session #1

- 25 June

Tutored seminar
- 5th July

Research

Discover information from NeuroMarseille and its partners on all topics of interest for your research.

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Discovering the origins of language with Adrien Meguerditchian

Is there any common ground between the evolutionary history of apes and humans? It seems logical to answer yes because we both belong to the great family of primates. But to what extent are we connected through evolution?
Adrien Meguerditchian, a researcher at the Cognitive Psychology Laboratory, is interested in the properties of our primate cousins' modes of communication and their links with certain properties of human language. In this article, made in NeuroMarseille, discover the concepts of lateralization, manual asymmetry, and gestural communication!

Read the article

RIS4CIVIS Cup&Cakes Webinar with Rosa Cossart

For its first edition, RIS4CIVIS choose to pur NeuroMarseille on the spolight and to invite Rosa Cossart, Director of INMED. Find her intervention: "Shedding light on developing cortical circuits".

🔎 The Cups&Cakes webinars aim to create a discussion forum for CIVIS researchers to connect and get an overview of what is happening in other partner universities on a specific topic.

Watch the webinaire
Culture in vitro d’un oligodendrocyte (en jaune) produisant de la myéline (en rouge) sur un tapis de cellules protectrices du cerveau (en vert). PHOTO Karine Magalon, IR CNRS

Regenerating the brain: white matter leads the way!

📢 Our researchers highlighted in the press!
The journal La Marseillaise wanted to know more about Pascale Durbec and her research on the natural regeneration of myelin.

Read

Access to the Journal of Visual Experiments

Did you know? AMU subscribes to the Journal of Visual Experiments JOVE [access with ENT login] for the collections Biology, Neuroscience, Medicine (Jove videojournal) and the sub-collection Basics methods in biocell (Jove science education). This resource combines the interest of an academic journal with the dynamism of experimental/educational videos.

Discover the ressources

🌏 My Earth in 180' workshop: finding solutions together to reduce the carbon footprint of our activities – In French

My Earth in 180 minutes invites you to participate in a massive session of the workshop that will be held online, in two stages, between 📅 June 14, 15 and 18: an awareness-raising stage of 1 hour and 30 minutes, on June 14 or 15; and the solution-seeking phase, brainstorming in the form of a game of 2 hours, on June 18.

Would you like to discuss the carbon footprint of a laboratory in a fun, unaffected way by questioning the organisation of your activities? Sign up now!

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New resources are available!

Check out our "researcher's kit" to quickly find all the useful links.

🔁 Do not hesitate to send us your feedback by email

NeuroMarseille researcher's kit

"Lettre des Neurosciences" new edition

The Society for Neuroscience has just published its new letter, number 60, for this spring/summer 2021. 

On the menu: some history of neuroscience, new research and a focus on the central control of food intake. 

Enjoy your reading!

Read the letter
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Settling in: the first four years of a lab leader

Some research jobs involve a significant amount of management, particularly when a laboratory is created or when a laboratory director is named. 

Beth Penrose describes her experiences starting a lab, recruiting staff and creating a research philosophy.

Read the article

ABG training for the supervision of doctoral students

To enable those who supervise doctoral students to consolidate the principles and practices that give "meanings" to their activity, the ABG is organizing a training course on supervising doctoral students on 📅 6 and 7 July 2021 from 9 am to 5:30 pm.

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NeuroMarseille laboratories seminars

All seminars are in English and available online

📌 INMED
7 June at 11 am: Muriel Thoby-Brisson (Institut de Neurosciences Cognitives et Intégratives d’Aquitaine, Université Bordeaux) | Organisation et adaptabilité des systèmes moteurs
🔗 Zoom Link
– 21 June at 3pm: Lori Isom (Medical school, University of Michigan) | Channelopathies : mutations in two voltage-gated Na+ channel genes, SCN1A and SCN1B, that cause pediatric epilepsies like Dravet syndrome
🔗 Zoom Link
5 July at 11am: NeuroSchool/INMED seminar by Anita LÜTHI | When the locus coeruleus speaks up during sleep: advancing the neurobiology of sensory vigilance | 🔗Zoom Link

📌 INP
18 June at 2.30 pm: INP technical seminar: Tilak Gupta | Analytical Ultracentrifugation by Beckman
–  25 June at 2.30 pm: Christophe Leterrier | “Neuro-Cellular Imaging Service 2.0: the next chapter”

📌 INT
– 4 June at 2.30 pm: André Bastos (Vanderbilt University, USA) | “Canonical cortical circuits and dynamics for cognition”
🔗 Zoom Link
– 10 June at 2.30pm: Benoît Charlot (IES, Université de Montpellier) | TBA
🔗 Zoom Link
– 25 June at 2.30pm: Christoph Kellendonk (Columbia University, USA) | TBA
🔗 Zoom Link

Calls

Find all the calls of NeuroMarseille and its partners.

    NeuroMarseille & NeuroSchool it's YOU: together let's build a strong and visible community!

    Following consultation with the laboratory directors it was agreed that it was really important that all publications and presentations from NeuroMarseille teams should mention in their acknowledgements: 

     

    This work/event... has received support from NeuroMarseille Institute through fundings of the French government under the Programme "Investissements d'Avenir", Initiative d'Excellence d'Aix-Marseille Université - AMidex funding (AMX-19-IET-004), and ANR (NeuroSchool ANR-17-EURE-0029).

     

    DOWNLOAD HERE THE NEUROMARSEILLE AND NEUROSCHOOL LOGOS FOR YOUR SIGNATURES AND PRESENTATIONS
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    Going abroad in M2 Neuroscience

    NeuroSchool mobility grants for M2 internships abroad are offered to selected students of the Master of Neuroscience. Information and application submission on our website.

    📅 Declaration of interest (mail) : before Sunday June 6th, 2021
    📅 Deadline for applications (site): Monday, July 5, 2021

    Discover the call

    Co-funding for thematic schools and science events

    In order to develop its information actions for students, researchers, clinicians and/or citizens, NeuroMarseille can financially support thematic schools and scientific events (symposiums, debates, actions towards the general public or patient associations...).

    📅 Deadline October 3rd 2021 for events that will take place between March 1st 2022 and February 28th 2023.

    Discover the call

    Call for projects: young innovative doctors 2021

    The PACA Region has set up a call for projects for "Young Innovative Doctors 2021". This program concerns young PhDs who have defended their thesis less than 3 years ago, whether they have received a Young PhD Student Employment (Emploi Jeune Doctorant) from the Region or funding through a research contract. 

    The deadline for submitting your completed files to the DRV is : 📅 June 18, 2021 at noon.

    Applications should be sent to the address: drv-valo@univ-amu.fr

    Discover more

    Participants wanted a virtual reality experience

    The Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory (3 place Victor Hugo, 13003 Marseille) is looking for participants for a virtual reality experience, consisting of two sessions of about 45 minutes each, paid at 10 euros per hour of presence in the laboratory.

    The experiment consists of being immersed in a virtual rollercoaster for 8 minutes and answering questionnaires. We will also record skin temperature and electrodermal response with a few electrodes placed on the forehead and one hand.

    Find out more

    Stroke Foundation Call for Proposals 2021

    In 2021, the FR-AVC is launching a call for projects to encourage research on:
    📌 Non-malformative and non-traumatic cerebral hemorrhages
    📌 Post-stroke pain in the context of the "APICIL Foundation / FR-AVC" Prize.

    The theme of cerebral hemorrhage is open to clinical, non-clinical and mixed research projects.
    The post-stroke pain theme is open to clinical research project only.

    📅 Deadline: June 20

    Discover the calls

    Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology

    The prize is awarded each year to a young scientist! Criteria: outstanding research in neurobiology based on molecular and cell biology methods conducted within the last three years.

    📅 Deadline to apply: June 15

    Discover the call

    Call for projects: "Cop Santé : Santé résiliente et durable face aux crises" - in french

    Objective: to promote
    *projects that focus on the resilience of healthcare systems and the protection of populations in order to deal with health crises, such as the Covid-19 crisis,
    *projects that aim to improve health in the face of environmental and climatic challenges.
     
    Eligible projects must be led by regional operators and include an international dimension.

    📅 Deadline: July 7, 2021 at noon

    More informations

    Science & Society

    Discover the scientific events and actions to help as many people as possible discover the neurosciences.
     

    Science & Arts photo contest: deadline 15 June!

    NeuroMarseille invites you to a new adventure on the border between Science and Art! There's still time to send in your most beautiful photos to reveal the beauty of life through images taken in AMU's neuroscience laboratories. The 20 winning photos will be exhibited in various galleries in the region. If you are the winner, you will also receive a large format framed print of your photo(s) and many other prizes!

    📅 🔴 Deadline for sending photos: 15 June 2021

    Find out more

    🌏 My Earth in 180' workshop: finding solutions together to reduce the carbon footprint of our activities – In French

    My Earth in 180 minutes invites you to participate in a massive session of the workshop that will be held online, in two stages, between 📅 June 14, 15 and 18: an awareness-raising stage of 1 hour and 30 minutes, on June 14 or 15; and the solution-seeking phase, brainstorming in the form of a game of 2 hours, on June 18.

    Would you like to discuss the carbon footprint of a laboratory in a fun, unaffected way by questioning the organisation of your activities? Sign up now!

    Sign up

    Petite Question Scientifique

    "Will artificial intelligence replace judges and lawyers?"
    Find out Frédéric Rouvière, professor of law at the Faculty of Law and Political Science, and director of the Law Theory Laboratory (Aix-Marseille University).

    🧠 Want to propose a neuroscience question? Contact fanny.trifilieff@univ-amu.fr

    Watch the video

    8th Research and Creation Meeting

    This "Research and Creation" Meeting is organized by the Festival d'Avignon and the ANR. This year's theme: memory of the future!

    📅 July 8th and 9th 2021
    📍 At the Cloître St Louis in Avignon, and online

    And this year, a 🧠 neuroscientist on the program: Jennifer Coull (Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives) !

    Discover the program

    Epsiloon: new scientifical culture magazine

    Following a takeover, the former team of science journalists from Science & Vie decided to create a magazine based on a new ethic. A monthly 100-pages  that reinvents the scientific press. "An independent, demanding, committed and sincere press. : this is their slogan!

    An Ulule campaign is underway to subscribe now.

    Suscribe

    Career

    Discover our selection of job offers, internships, PhD project and post-doctoral fellowships. You will also find here events or professional training that may be of interest to you.

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    Linguistic tricks to grab your online audience’s attention

    Virtual meetings can suck the life out of a presentation. Pausing, probing and varying your pitch will keep your muted listeners hooked.
    NeuroMarseille recommends you this article from Nature Career to get valuable tips and succeed in keeping the attention of your online audience!

    Read the article

    Register for the ABG webinar: Consulting professions

    The ABG is launching the 3rd session of its webinars "Focus Métiers - hors R&D" organised by its Corporate Relations, Partnerships and Recruitment department, which will be devoted to the consulting professions. Join us on 🗓10 June 2021 at 11:30 am to listen to and exchange with our 5 speakers ( PhDs and recruiters) who work in these multi-faceted professions.

    Find out more

    Salon des métiers en sciences cognitives – in French

    Episode 06: Valuing your CV with your soft skills, with Nawal Abboub 🗓 10 June 2021, 6.30 pm

    In the form of a workshop, the sixth and final episode of the season will be an opportunity to discover how to enhance and defend your CV in cognitive sciences with your soft-skills. What are soft skills? What are the characteristic soft skills of cognitive scientists? How can they be highlighted on their CVs and defended at interviews? To answer these essential questions, our speaker will be Nawal Abboub, PhD in cognitive neuroscience, co-founder and scientific director of Rising Up.

    Find out more

    15 creative solutions to enhance your Zoom meetings.

    This project was developed at the Centre d'Expérimentation Pédagogique of the Institut Villebon-Georges Charpak in collaboration with teacher-researchers at the Université Paris-Saclay.
    It was designed by Lou-Andreas Etienne with the help of Valentine Duru and Julien Bobroff.

    Discover the tips and tricks
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    Dialogue on the job of Clinical Research Associate – In French

    Discover on the Drop of Curiosity Youtube channel, Tiphaine Villaume, a graduate of Aix-Marseille University, a former student of the NeuroSchool but also a former member of the Neuronautes office.
    She talks about her job as a Clinical Research Associate, a profession that is not sufficiently known although important for research laboratories

    Watch the video

    Job offers

    LieuOffreStructure
    Marseille, France Postdoc in machine learning for large-scale brain network modelsThe Theoretical Neuroscience Group
    Marseille, France Postdoctoral Position in theoretical neuroscience Institute for Systems Neuroscience (INS) of Aix-Marseille University
    Marseille, France Ingénieur-e en techniques biologiques


    Centre d’immunologie de Marseille-Luminy

    Marseille, France Post-doctoral position in NeuroImmunology

    Centre d’Immunologie Marseille-Luminy
    Marseille, France Zootechnicien/nne
    L'Institut de Biologie du Développement de Marseille (IBDM – UMR7288)
    Marseille, France Assistant(e) Ingénieur(e) en expérimentation animale et biologique
    Centre d’Immunologie Marseille-Luminy
    Marseille, France Ingénieur hospitalier ou Attaché de Recherche Clinique (selon diplômes)

    Le centre SLA, hôpital de La Timone rattaché au pôle 6, neurosciences Le CEMEREM (Centre d'Exploration Métabolique par Résonance Magnétique), hôpital de la Timone
    Toulouse, France Docteur – Formation et neurosciences H/F
    Capgemini Engineering, direction Recherche & Innovation France
    Bordeaux, France Engineer/scientist in experimental neuropsychology
    Motac Neuroscience

    Saint-Germain-des-Prés, France

    Ingénieur-e de recherche en centre d'expérimentation animale

    L’UMS BioMedTech facilities, Université de Paris, INSERM, CNRS
    Düsseldorf, Germany
    Post‐doc position

    Institute of Experimental Psychology, Comparative Psychology, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
    Paris, France
    Post‐doc position

    Team: Neuron-oligodendroglia interactions in myelination and myelin repair Institute of Psychiatry and Neuroscience of Paris (IPNP); INSERM U1266
    Paris, France Laboratory Technician (Preclinical)
    Tissium
    Cork, Ireland Lectureship in Neuroscience
    University College Cork Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience
    Gothenburg, Sweden Research Associate in Neuropsychopharmacology and Psychedelic Research University of Gothenburg Department of Clinical Neuroscience
    Cambridge, UKClinical Lecturer in NeurologyUniversity of Cambridge Department of Clinical Neurosciences
    NYC, USA Senior Research Scientist in Systems Neuroscience Columbia University New York Department of Psychiatry
    Lyon, France POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN NEUROECONOMICS/SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE Institute of Cognitive Science (ISCMJ)
    Montpellier, France Mobilité chercheur : electrophysiologist Mécanismes Moléculaires dans les Démences Neurodégénératives (MMDN)
    Marseille, France POSTDOCTORAL POSITION ON AUDITORY ATTENTION IN CHILDREN Institute for Systems Neuroscience (INS) of Aix-Marseille University
    Lyon, France Post-doc position on Sleep Center for Research in Neuroscience of Lyon (CRNL)
    Paris, France Postdoctoral Positions in Microglia-Synapse interactions Ecole Nationale Supérieure
    Paris, France Postdoctoral position in neurophysiology
    Team: Neuron-oligodendroglia interactions in myelination and myelin repair
    Insitute of Psychiatry and Neuroscience of Paris (IPNP)
    Gothenburg, Sweden Researcher in Neurophysiology
    University of Gothenburg Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology
    Montpellier, France POST-DOC POSITION IN NEUROIMMUNITY The Institute for Neurosciences of Montpellier (INM)
    Utrecht, Poland Assistant Professor Position in Neuropsychology
    Utrecht University Department of Experimental Psychology
    San Diego, USA
    Assistant/Associate/Full Project Scientist in Neurobiology University of California San Diego Division of Biological Sciences
    Helsinki, Finland Associate Professor/Professor in Neurobiology University of Helsinki Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences
    Copenhagen, Denmark Clinical Professor of Neurology University of Copenhagen Department of Neurology
    London, United Kingdom Postdoctoral (Senior) Research Fellow Positions in 7T Methods Development
    Wellcome Centre in Human Neuroimaging, University College London
    Piscataway, New Jersey, United States
    Programmer Analyst II
    Rutgers University- Brain Health Institute Center for Advanced Human Brain Imaging Research
    Lexington, Kentucky, United States MRI Scientist
    University of Kentucky
    San Francisco, California, United States
    Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuroimaging
    University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Department of Neurology, Memory and Aging Center
    Copenhagen, Denmark Post-Doc in Motor Control, Brain Plasticity and Aging
    University of Copenhagen // Department for Nutrition, Excercise and Sports
    Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    MGH/Harvard postdoc in brainstem diffusion and PET in aging/Alzheimer's disease


    Massachusetts General Hospital
    Gif-sur-Yvette, France
    Post-doc in Developmental Neuroimaging

    Inserm Unité NeuroDiderot, Université de Paris
    CEA NeuroSpin
    Paris, France 2-YEAR POST-DOC POSITION IN NEUROBIOLOGY AND COMPUTATIONAL IMAGE ANALYSISlab of Prof. Zurzolo, Institut Pasteur
    Paris, France 2-year Post-Doc position in Neuroscience Laboratory of Prof. Vetere Gisella at the ESPCI Paris
    Paris, France POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS IN MICROGLIA-SYNAPSE INTERACTIONS Ecole Nationale Supérieure
    Baltimore, USA POSTDOC POSITION - SYSTEMS & CIRCUITS IN NEUROCOGNITIVE AGINGthe National Institute on Aging (Baltimore, MD)
    London, United KingdomPostdoctoral (Senior) Research Fellow Positions in 7T Methods Development
    Wellcome Centre in Human Neuroimaging, University College London
    Lyon, France ASSISTANT(E) INGENIEUR EN BIOLOGIE Inserm 1213 « Nutrition, Diabète et cerveau »-Université Lyon 1
    France Postdoctoral Fellowships 2021 AFM-Telethon Scientific Call for Proposals
    Paris, France Responsable de l’Animalerie expérimentale et Phénotypage Auditif de l’Institut de l’Audition L’Institut de l’Audition (IdA), Institut Pasteur
    Rennes, France Chercheur Biométrie et Intelligence Artificielle ARIADNEXT
    Paris, France Docteur R&D (H/F) – Data Scientist NLP – ACC
    Bordeaux, France Technicien.ne"Polarité Planaire et Plasticité du Système Nerveux" (Neurocentre Magendie, Bordeaux Neurocampus, France)
    Caen, FrancePostdoctoral positions fundamental and / or applied neurosciences Blood and Brain @ Caen-Normandie
    Valbonne, France Post-doctoral – neurobiology Institut de Pharmacologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire

    UMR7275 CNRS/Université Côte d'Azur
    Clermont-Ferrand, France POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF CHRONIC PAIN Neuro-dol UMR Inserm 1107 lab
    Bordeaux, France Research Engineer in Neurophotonics Nägerl Team, Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience

    PhD offers

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    Bordeaux, FrancePhD fellowships offered by EUR LightGraduate Program (EUR) in Light Sciences and Technologies, as part an ERC Synergy project at University of Bordeaux
    Montreal, QuebecPh.D. in biomedical engineering at Polytechnique Montreal Polytechnique Montreal
    Nancy, France PhD Fellowship, neural mechanisms of human face recognition Face Categorization Lab - CNRS-Université de Lorraine
    Paris, FranceFully-funded PhD position in Neuroscience of Social Cognition Sliwalab, Paris Brain Institute - ICM
    Grenoble, FrancePhD Position : Post-stroke sleep apnea : impact of intermittent hypoxia on cerebrovascular recoveryHP2 (Hypoxie et Physiopathologie cardiovasculaire) and GIN (Grenoble Institute of Neuroscience) team Barbier, INSERM, Université Grenoble Alpes
    Bochum, GermanyOpen call for PhD students: intra- and interareal communication in primate brain networksThe Optical Imaging Group at Ruhr-University Bochum
    Bordeaux, FrancePhD Position : Neurobiology of Obesity and DiabetesEnergy balance and obesity, NeuroCentre Magendie, Inserm U1215, Bordeaux Neurocampus, Bordeaux, France. Lab Director : Daniela Cota
    Paris, FranceMultiphoton voltage recordings of inhibitory cerebellar circuits participating in pattern separationin vivoInstitut de Biologie de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure
    Bordeaux, FrancePhD Position: Presynaptic plasticity and memory in the context of Fragile XInterdisciplinary Institute of Neuroscience,
    CNRS UMR 5297
    University of Bordeaux
    Paris, France 2-YEAR TO 3-YEAR PHD FELLOWSHIP IN NEUROBIOLOGY AND COMPUTATIONAL IMAGE ANALYSIS Lab of Prof. Zurzolo, Institut Pasteur
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    Après la validation d’un master en neurosciences et un master en communication, je me suis spécialisée dans la communication neuroscientifique au service de l'institut NeuroMarseille. 

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