Series of weekly seminars dedicated to studies of the human brain open to all research groups in the Lemanic region.
Each seminar consists of two parts: a project presentation (10 min presentation, 10 min disussion with the audience) and one talk (20-45 min presentation, 15 min discussion) on topics broadly related to human neuroscience. PI's, post-docs, students, clinicians, and visiting scientists are all welcome to present at the Human Brain Seminars.
The persentation is followed by a more informal discussion.
Time & Venue:
Human Brain Seminars: Tuesdays 11-12am
Project Presentations: Tuesdays 11-12am
CHUV MP16 - 5th floor Conference Room
11 - 12am
Basic Neuroscience: A research presentation on the results of a completed or near-completed study, geared towards the broader neuroscience community.
Distinguished speaker series: Once a month a full academic lecture (45 min) will be given by a distinguished neuroscientist.
Clinical neuroscience meets basic neuroscience: Presentation of clinically relevant problem translated in a neurobiological question, which could potentially be of interest to basic neuroscientists.
11 - 12am
Project Presentation: An opportunity for a researcher to present a planned neuroimaging study and get feedback from the specialised audience. The goal is to maximize the chance that the proposed project will answer the specified research question. The Project Presentation is mandatory for MRI projects previewed for LRENs 3T scanner.