This laboratory and lecture course is designed to provide neuroscientists at all levels with a conceptual and practical understanding of several of the most advanced techniques in molecular neuroscience.
The course curriculum is divided into three sections: an extensive and up-to-date set of laboratory exercises, daily lectures covering the theoretical and practical aspects of the various methods used in the laboratory, and a series of evening research seminars.
The informal and interactive evening lectures will be given by leading molecular neuroscientists and will serve to illustrate the ways in which the various experimental approaches have been used to advance specific areas of neurobiology.
The CSHL Meetings & Courses Program is strongly committed to diversity in the recruitment and selection of participants for all our courses. See our diversity policy here. We strongly encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply for this course.
Support & Stipends:
Major support provided by: National Institute of Mental Health.
Stipends are available to offset tuition costs as follows-
We would like to acknowledge the following companies that provided invaluable support:
Microscopes: Leica Microsystems, Inc., Nikon Instruments, Inc.
Equipment: Agilent Technologies, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Electron Microscopy Sciences, Leica Biosystems, Molecular Devices, Thermo Fisher Scientific, World Precision Instruments
Donations: Addgene, AG Scientific, Inc., Antibodies-Online, Bangs Laboratories Inc., CrystalGen, Inc., Epicypher, Inc., GenScript Biotech, Macherey-Nagel, Inc.
Please indicate your eligibility for funding in your stipend request submitted when you apply to the course. Stipend requests do not affect selection decisions made by the instructors.
Cost (including board and lodging): $4,345
No fees are due until you have completed the full application process and are accepted into the course. Students accepted into the course should plan to arrive by early evening on June 27 and plan to depart after lunch on July 13.
Before applying, ensure you have:
- Personal statement/essay;
- Letter(s) of recommendation;
- Curriculum vitae/resume (optional);
- Financial aid request (optional).
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