Register before July 15th  to 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.

Lake Como School  “Monitoring Development and Activity of the Brain Circuits”

Afin de favoriser les rencontres transdisciplinaires, l’Institut Thématique Multi-Organisme (ITMO) Neurosciences, Sciences Cognitives, Neurologie, Psychiatrie organise un atelier "Nouvelles technologies et neurosciences".

Journée présidée par Etienne Hirsch, Bernard Poulain, Marie‐Odile Krebs, Frédéric Canini.

Atelier Nouvelles technologies et Neurosciences

Résultats: Nous adressons toutes nos félicitations à:

Damiano AZZALINI  ,  Sarah GOETHALS ,  Margot ROELL, Bryon  SILVA et Mingyue WU.


Bienvenue aux 5 nouvelles recrues de la promotion 2015 du Graduate Program

This workshop gathers researchers from the theoretical and experimental fields working on the underpinning of probabilistic inference in the brain, in order to make the link between both perspectives. Results from the theory will be reviewed to present state-of-the-art models of probabilistic inference at the neuronal level. Key experimental data characterizing the inferential capabilities of the brain will also be presented. Both perspectives will be confronted in order to identify existing and missing data that could refute particular models.

Workshop: Probabilistic Inference and the Brain

Scientific Events are opportunities for our members to contribute to national and international research. They also highlight the level of excellence reached by ENP teams and partners.

New Call: Summer Schools. They give a unique opportunity to selected students to assist to conferences and workshops offered by top researchers and experts of high-end techniques on very specific research subjects.  

Date, duration, design and theme of events and schools are freely determined by the organizers. 

2015 ENP Calls for Scientific Events and Summer Schools

Cette page est dédiée à notre sélection d'annonces de divers Appels à Projets, Postes, Bourses et Prix susceptibles d'intéresser la communauté des chercheurs et étudiants en neurosciences. Elle est actualisée régulièrement.


Postes, bourses, prix


Juin 2015 Résultats de recrutement du Graduate Program 2015, accès handicapés des labos, SFN 2015, Appels d'offres ENP, Agenda...


20 September 2015 - 23 September 2015
Register before July 15th  to the summer school “Monitoring Development and Activity of the...
16 June 2015
Afin de favoriser les rencontres transdisciplinaires, l’Institut Thématique Multi-Organisme (ITMO)...
10 September 2015 - 11 September 2015
This workshop gathers researchers from the theoretical and experimental fields working on the...
17 June 2015 - 19 June 2015
Cette conférence intitulée “Neuroscience of Repair,Regeneration and Recovery from Critical Illness...
6 July 2015 - 10 July 2015
This course is a joint effort between the Pasteur Institute Teaching department and the Bio-Psy...

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: White matter lesional predictors of chronic visual neglect: a longitudinal study

Left visual neglect is a frequent and dramatic consequence of right hemisphere lesions. Neglect patients are unaware of the left half of their environment, and have a poor functional outcome. The functional mechanisms and anatomical bases of neglect still remain controversial.

Research Highlight: Spontaneous Neuronal Network Dynamics Reveal Circuit’s Functional Adaptations for Behavior

The neuronal and the biological rôle of the brain spontaneous activity is still elusive. . Here, using two-photon calcium imaging at the single-neuron level of intact zebrafish larvae to monitor the spontaneous activity in a sensory brain area (the optic tectum), ENP team leader Germán Sumbre and colleagues demonstrate that spontaneous activity is organized according to neuronal assemblies with attractor-like dynamics  and reflect the tectal retinotopic map.

Research Highlight: Vesicular Release Statistics and Unitary Postsynaptic Current at Single GABAergic Synapses

The functional role of synaptic docking sites has remained unclear. Taking advantage of the simple geometry of MLIs (Molecular Layer Interneurons) in cerebellar slice preparations, and of the large size of quantal synaptic currents at MLI-MLI synapses, ENP leader Alain Marty and colleagues have developed a novel method combining paired patch-clamp recording, statistical treatment of data and modeling to stimulate and record from individual synaptic sites.