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CIVIS tripartite Symposium
The first CIVIS Neuroscience Symposium, bringing together three universities of the CIVIS Alliance: La Sapienza University in Rome, Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen, and Aix-Marseille University, will take place on January 21, 2022.
We are pleased to announce the first CIVIS-Neurosciences Symposium, which will take place online on January 21, 2022, with three universities of the CIVIS Alliance: La Sapienza University in Rome, Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen, and Aix-Marseille University.
The event is now over, find the video replay with the presentation of the Neuroscience departments of the 3 universities and the 5 sessions of the symposium! Access here to our article on the success of the event, with statistical elements and a summary of the information.
Program of the day
The symposium will take place throughout January 21, from 9:00 AM to 6:10 PM, and will focus on 4 main themes and a roundtable. Themes are respectively entitled:
“Neural network architecture”
“Neural stem cells, adult-born neurons.”
“Social, affective behavior, cognition.”
The roundtable that will conclude the symposium will bear on non-human primates.
Each theme of the symposium includes several lectures kindly presented by scientists from each of the three universities. This event is the opportunity to listen and question these speakers, among the most leading researchers in their field of study!
The CIVIS Alliance is one of the first European Universities funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus + program. With this CIVIS-Neurosciences Symposium, the alliance aims to settle spaces for collaboration and synergies in terms of training, research and innovation, to promote a solid and lasting anchoring of Marseille neurosciences in the European research sphere.
Therein, the symposium, which has been partly initiated by NeuroMarseille, aspires to become a valuable working tool, foreseeing to be perpetuated and organized twice a year, to allow each team to present their work progressively, and students to have an integral vision of the research in Neurosciences in our universities. It will also be a mean to establish a European network to strengthen already existing links and promote sharing and creativity among the community.
Students, laboratory staff, teaching teams, join us in this brand new organization! This Civis Neuro-Symposium is the “place to be” for starting new collaborations!