Electrophysiology School of Strasbourg, 2017 par Clémence Fouquet 02.11.2016 à 12h56
Electrophysiology School of Strasbourg, 2017
The Electrophysiology School of Strasbourg is offered to Master and PhD students as well as young researchers willing to improve their background in the field of electrophysiology with emphasis on acquisition and analysis of electrophysiological signals.
The course consists of a series of lectures completed with tutorial and hands-on sessions covering the following topics.
Introduction to bioelectricity and electrophysiology
Electronics in electrophysiology,
Ground and Filter
Patch clamp (Neuronal firing and synaptic currents)
Sharp electrode (In vivo extra-, juxta- and intracellular recording)
Local Field Potential recordings
EEG in experimental and clinical investigation
Acquisition and analysis software tutorial
Pascal Darbon (Institut des Neurosciences Cellulaires et Intégratives CNRS-Université de Strasbourg)
The registration fee is 300 Euros and it covers meals but not accommodation nor transportation. The school is free of charge for Strasbourg’s students and members of the Neurex network.
A total of 20 trainees will be accepted.