The methods of neuroscience have advanced at spectacular speed. Young researchers are now required to learn and use a diverse range of bleeding-edge techniques. In order to benefit from these advances in technology, new approaches to training are desperately needed. This event will explore how current approaches could be improved to tackle present and future challenges in neuroscience training.
The CAJAL Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme, FENS Committee for Higher Education and Training (CHET) and IBRO Pan-Europe Regional Committee (PERC) are organising a special interest event on hands-on neuroscience training at the FENS Forum 2022 (9-13 July - Paris, France) on 10 July at 12 pm CEST.
We would like to ask your opinion on the current approaches and status of neuroscience training. Give us your input by using this survey.
You are welcome to fill in this survey even after the event has been held, however please not that only submissions made before 4 July will be taken into account and presented at the FENS 2022 event: SiE05 - Hands-on neuroscience training – What’s next?