MBL Practicum for Undergraduates
Applications are now open for the second annual MBL Practicum for Undergraduates. The Practicum — tentatively scheduled from March 24-29, 2019 — is an intensive, hands-on learning experience investigating bioluminescence with a multifaceted approach.
2nd NSF NeuroNex 3DEM Workshop
Connecting Neuronal Circuits to Subcellular Resources That Influence Synaptic Weight
Workshop topics will include next generation electron microscopy, alignment and segmentation tools, proofreading and reconstruction tools, quantitative analysis, and 3DEM discovery environments. To apply, submit title, abstract (~200 words), author names and affiliations, and contact information to Anna-Maria Escherich (firstname.lastname@example.org). Competitive travel grants are available.
Kristen Harris, James Carson, Terry Sejnowski
Neuro Reproducibility Hackashop
The hackashop will focus on emerging tools for collaborative neuroimaging research, with a focus on "hybrid" or "core" open source models that can support sustainable development. Topics will include data management, pipelines, reproducible environments, and easier access to cloud and owned compute resources.
Nemonic Multiphoton Imaging Workshop
Multiphoton excitation is a key technology in neuroscience for imaging and photostimulation. New tools and techniques are constantly being developed, enabling new and better neuroscience experiments. This workshop will provide instruction and hands-on training for advanced techniques in multiphoton imaging. The workshop is hosted by SLAB (slslab.org), a neuroscience and neuroengineering lab located at The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). Funding is provided by the NSF NeuroNex program.
Learn more about the workshop.
Present and Future Frameworks of Theoretical Neuroscience
The BRAIN initiative will result in the generation of tools to collect enormous amounts of data. To make sense of it all it is necessary to develop theories that will integrate results across scales. The goal of this meeting is to determine the present theoretical framework in neuroscience, identify challenges, and define strategies to tackle future problems in the field.
Horacio G. Rotstein (NJIT) and Fidel Santamaria (UTSA)
Columbia's Neurotechnology Center Symposium on Voltage Imaging
On Thursday December 13th and Friday December 14th, 2018 the Neurotechnology Center at Columbia University will hold its 7th Symposium on the topic of Voltage Imaging, sponsored by the generous support of the NSF and Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute. The symposium will feature talks from selected leaders in the fields of voltage imaging, voltage sensors, optics, and computation.
Miniature Microscopy Workshop
Houston NeuroNex Theory Trainee Workshop
Symposium in Transforming Research with Data
National Biomedical Computation Resource Summer Training Program
Bioluminescent Tools for Neuroscience Research
Super 3DEM: A NeuroNex Workshop on Creating a 3DEM Discovery Environment