IBRO-APRC Associate School 2018

IBRO-APRC Associate School

on basic techniques in neuroscience

The 1st Ulaanbaatar School, Mongolia, September 17 – 22, 2018

Organizers:

  • International Brain Research Organization – Asia/Pacific Regional Committee (IBRO-APRC)
  • Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences (MNUMS)
  • Mongolian Neuroscience Society (MNS)

Title: IBRO-APRC Associate School on Basic Techniques in Neuroscience – The 1st Ulaanbaatar School

Venue: Core laboratory, Science and Technology Center, Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences (MNUMS): Bayangol duureg, 6 khoroo, 10 khoroolol, Ulaanbaatar 14100, Mongolia.

Date: September 17-22, 2018 (Monday to Saturday)

Aims and Scope: IBRO-APRC Associate School on Basic Techniques in Neuroscience – The 1st Ulaanbaatar School aims to provide both theoretical knowledge and practical skills on basic techniques of neuroscience for the participants. The school will consist of 2 invited lectures by international faculties and 6 theoretical lectures, 6 technical lectures, 2 experimental hands-on trainings, and 2 interactive discussions by local faculties.

Description: IBRO-APRC Associate School on Basic Techniques in Neuroscience – The 1st Ulaanbaatar School, a 6 – day school, will be designed for 20 students (16 local, 4 outstation) from science and medicine. The school will include comprehensive lectures, experimental training, and interactive discussions which will provide theoretical knowledge and technical skills for better understanding of the basic principles and methods in cellular and behavioral neuroscience with regard to clinical significance. At the interactive discussions, the participants are offered to present their research work and discuss with the experts. Starting on day 5, students will be facilitated to join the 5th Annual Meeting of Mongolian Neuroscience Society to be inspired and encouraged by the world-renowned experts in brain science and IBRO lecturers. Apart from the academia, to strengthen friendships among the participants, a one-day social activity with cultural exchange sessions and many other attractive activities will be arranged for the young scientists.

Estimated number of students and distribution: Exceptional graduate students, postdoctoral scientists, young faculties pursuing research in science, medicine, and engineering.

Costs covered for the participants: The cost of lodging, food, local hospitality will be covered. The cost of travel for selected participants from Asia-Pacific countries may be covered after the evaluation of the application.

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