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M2S3 Neurosciences

This page shows the provisional organization of the M2 training for 2017-2018.

 

Three courses-- 1) ENS course in Neurophysiology, 2) Pasteur course and 3) Brain To Market Summer School --  only apply to selected students. All courses begin in November.

 

However, during the first semester, you will follow the module (UE) "Design of a Research Project", which requires you to contact your internship laboratory and work with them as early as the beginning of the academic year in September. In addition, students who want to complete their M2 year in June chould complete a month of research internship in September or October. We remind you that before your internship begins, the project must be approved by coordinator of the Neurosciences track and your chosen option (NCI, NCC, Dual Masters), and the internship agreement ("convention de stage") must be signed by your host laboratory and the university.

 

Except for students who are medical interns, the program begins in September. The Opening Meeting, obligatory for everyone (except participants in the Summer School), is scheduled for Thursday, September 7 at 10:45 in AMPHI B2 (Jussieu Campus - Building B - 4th floor).

 

Schedule of the 25-26-27 October review lectures

 

> Option 1: Cellular and Integrated Neuroscience (NCI)

This theme covers all mechanisms of development, organization and functioning of the nervous system, at all levels of organization (molecules, cells, networks, neurophysiological functions), as well as the behaviors that emerge these mechanisms, both in the normal system and in neuropathological situations.

 

> Option 2: Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience (NCC)

This theme is based on the study of the neural bases of psychological phenomena and cognitive functions, extending to the most integrated aspects of these phenomena. It aims to train students in approaches to normal and pathological human behavior, from the point of view of basic principles, methods and results. A second part focuses on the contributions of information technologies for the exploration and treatment of these disorders.

 

> Short courses in Neurosciences (6 ECTS)

(Some students can replace these short UEs with an interdisciplinary tutoring project conducted throughout the semester: Tutored Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Project (6 ECTS))

 

More info in the booklet "Short courses in Neurosciences" on the modalities and content of the modules.

 

 

14/02/18

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