The goal of Software Carpentry is to make scientists and engineers moreproductive by teaching computing skills like program design, versioncontrol, testing, and task automation.

Since 1997, we have found that a few days of training can saveresearchers a day a week for the rest of their professional lives, and alsoimprove the quality of their computational work.

Topics:

- Automating tasks with the Shell

- Building programs with Python

- Version control with Git

Registration:

Software Carpentry Workshop at UNIC

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Researcher, physician, engineer, post-doctoral researcher, PhD student or technician wishing to learn or improve electrophysiology skills, acquire theoretical and practical knowledges in order to better understand all of the in-vitro and in-vivo techniques for measurement and analysis of biological electrical signals in neurosciences.

Object

Understanding and acquisition of historical and conceptual foundations of electrophysiology.

Electrophysiology Workshop

Cette année la Semaine du Cerveau se tiendra à paris et dans le monde la semaine du 14 mars 2016.

Visitez le site web www.semainecerveau.fr/paris pour connaître tout le programme des manifestations gratuites prévues.

Et notez d'ores et déjà à vos agendas la soirée organisée par l'ENP: 

Le voyage spatial perturbe-t-il notre horloge interne ? Comprendre notre sommeil pour mieux dormir. 

Semaine du Cerveau: Save the Date 17 Mars 2016

The Summer school “Monitoring Development and Activity of the Brain Circuits” organized by ENP team leader Thierry Galli (Institut Jacques Monod), ENP SAB member Michela Matteoli (Department of Biotechnology and Translational Medicine, University of Milano), and Davide Pozzi (University of Milano)

at the Lake Como School of Advanced Studies

will be held from 17-21th October 2016.

The Cuomo Lake school of Neuroscience

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Events

3 September 2016 - 10 September 2016
Organized by Pierre-Marie Lledo Registration, Program and Information on www.nsas.it/gut-microbiota...
29 March 2016 - 30 March 2016
The goal of Software Carpentry is to make scientists and engineers moreproductive by teaching...
14 March 2016 - 19 March 2016
Public Researcher, physician, engineer, post-doctoral researcher, PhD student or technician wishing...
9 May 2016 - 21 May 2016
Optical  Imaging  and  Electrophysiological  Methods  in ...
17 March 2016
Cette année la Semaine du Cerveau se tiendra à paris et dans le monde la semaine du 14 mars 2016....

L'École des Neurosciences de Paris Île-de-France est une fondation  créée en 2007 comme Réseau Thématique de Recherche Avancée (RTRA) sous l'impulsion du Ministère de la Recherche et de l'Enseignement Supérieur.

Le but de cette fondation de coopération scientifique est de promouvoir la recherche et faciliter ses applications avec un intérêt particulier porté à la formation, l’accueil et l’accompagnement scientifique.

Le réseau ENP regroupe plus de 100 équipes de recherche dans le domaine des neurosciences réparties sur 21 centres de recherche.

Research Highlight:  Rescue of GABAB and GIRK function in the lateral habenula by protein phosphatase 2A inhibition ameliorates depression-like phenotypes in mice

Salvatore Lecca and ENP Team leader Manuel Mameli led a study that identified early cellular changes necessary to trigger depressive symptoms, and a novel target that may have potential therapeutical relevance for mood disorders.

Research Highlight: Role of β4* Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors in the Habenulo-Interpeduncular Pathway in Nicotine Reinforcement in Mice.

ENP team leaders Uwe Maskos and Philippe Faure, and ENP student Lauriane Harrington, have published a study in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology revealing a crucial neural mechanism of nicotine reward, a process that underlies nicotine addiction.

Research Highlight: Neuronal bilingualism regulates reward and addiction

Team leaders Salah El Mestikawy & Stéphane Jamain and ENP PhD student Diana Yae Sakae just published a study in the journal Molecular Psychiatry in which they combined molecular neuroscience, mouse behavior and human genetic to unravel how glutamate/Acetylcholine cotransmission regulates reward a