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Welcome to the NeuroCommunity page, the NeuroMarseille*NeuroSchool alumni network.
Good news: whether you are still a student, working in one of NeuroMarseille’s laboratories or a long-time alumni, in Marseille or on the other side of the world, whether you graduated from NeuroSchool or not, whether you are still in the field of neuroscience or not, if you have been through the world of neuroscience in Marseille, you are concerned! The NeuroCommunity will be rich with all your differences!
“Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress and working together is success.” Henry Ford
Since their creation in 2018 and 2019, NeuroSchool and NeuroMarseille have been promoting interdisciplinarity: today, the Institute and its Graduate School are opening their alumni network : the “NeuroCommunity”. All current and former staff members are involved. It is the diversity of each person’s background that makes up the multi-disciplinary richness of our community! Today, this page is for YOU and your professional network!
What happens to them?
Whether they are researchers, teacher-researchers, communicators or business developers, in the public or private sector, in neuroscience or in other fields, our alumni are now shining in their field! They share with you their memories of NeuroMarseille or NeuroSchool, explain what this period brought them for the position they hold and even give you some advice!
Scientific mediator and CEO of Drop of Curiosity
Graduated with a master degree in neurosciences, specializing in "Integrative and cognitive neurosciences", Gonzalo has a very busy life. Scientific mediator, host of a YouTube channel and CEO of a start-up, the list is long!
The president and founder of Neuronautes shares his many experiences with us.
In another life, Maxime was a PhD student in a NeuroMarseille laboratory. Today, he is a computer engineer. He tells us why he changed his life and what it brought him.
INT Research Manager and CNRS Team Leader
Emmanuel obtained his PhD at Aix-Marseille University in 2008 and then did a postdoc at the Salk Institute for Biological Studie. He returned in 2015 to our beautiful city of Marseille as a permanent researcher at the CNRS, and has been a principal investigator at the Institut de NeuroPhysiopathologie (INP) since 2018.
Vous êtes alumni ?
Join the NeuroCommunity
We put at your disposal a LinkedIn group dedicated to alumni and current members: share your ideas, needs, job proposals, collaborations, calls for help, advice, good tips… or anything else!
We will keep you informed of NeuroMarseille news, ask you to participate in seminars to share your knowledge, and hopefully invite you to organize friendly gatherings!