How to apply

Most of the training activities are included in the Graduate Program. Some training activities are open to the public. PhD students may be involved in training activities as trainees or as instructors.

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If you are interested in participating in one of our course as a trainee or as a potential instructor/speaker, please contact us at neurocampus.graduateprogram@u-bordeaux.fr 

FOCUS Join us as an instructor

Dear experimented PhD students in neuroscience,

we are offering you an outstanding opportunity to participate as instructor in our new upcoming workshop "introduction to experimental neuroscience". It will take place next July in the Bordeaux School of Neuroscience (Campus Carreire), our laboratory fully dedicated to training.

The objective will be to introduce master or PhD students from various background (physics, maths, info, psycho...) to experimental Neuroscience.

Your mission will be to supervise for a week (either July 20th to 25th or 27th to August 1st) a group of 2 or 3 students, either in French or in English, to implement a mini project based on neuro experiments, in line with your specific technical skills.

Your training: a dedicated staff at the Bordeaux School of Neuroscience and a few PIs from Bordeaux Neurocampus will help you in designing and implementing the mini-project.

Your reward will be to obtain complementary skills and experience in teaching which is a great value for your future professional insertion. Furthermore, it will count for training hours in your training plan of Doctoral School.

Your action should be to apply here online to the following call before December 4th. The application process is easy; you just need to upload your CV and indications about your specific technical skills and the scientific topic of your PhD.  

Do not hesitate and please apply now!

Looking forward to hearing from you

Updated on 22/11/2019

Contact

Justine Barbot
Program Manager