Explore the intricate world of sensorimotor circuits at the upcoming workshop titled "Sensorimotor Circuits for Limb Control." This event will convene leading researchers, fostering discussions on how motor and sensory systems in the brain, spinal cord, and periphery orchestrate precise patterns of muscle activity during behaviors. Additionally, the workshop will delve into the fascinating realm of how damaged sensorimotor circuits undergo reorganization or repair to achieve motor recovery.
The distinguished lineup of confirmed speakers includes experts such as Turgay Akay, Francisco Alvarez, Eiman Azim, Joriene De Nooij, Graziana Gatto, Martyn Goulding, Sten Grillner, and many more. You can find the complete list on the workshop website.
Mark your calendars for these essential dates:
- Begin Accepting Applications: September 1, 2023
- Application Deadline: November 30, 2023
- Notification of Application Results: December 15, 2023
- Participants Arrive in Okinawa: March 4, 2024
- Participants Depart Okinawa: March 9, 2024
Don't miss this unique opportunity! The registration fee of 100,000 yen (~$700 USD) covers accommodation and food arrangements.
Applications from graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty in any related field are welcome. For further details or inquiries, please visit the official website.
The BonnBrain³ Meeting series, jointly organized by the Bonn Center of Neurosciences, the DZNE, the SFB1089, and BIGS Neurosciences, was initiated in 2014. Over the years, this annual gathering has evolved into a staple event, uniting neuroscientists from Bonn with leading national and international experts. The Bonn Brain³ Meetings serve as a platform for showcasing cutting-edge advancements in the field of neurosciences, fostering the exchange of ideas. These meetings feature exceptional scientific presentations, as well as Lightning Talks and Short Talks by early-career researchers, poster sessions, a Brain Art Competition, and a lively Bonn Brain³ Party Evening with live music.