iBehave Network brings together exceptional experimental biologists, neuroscientists, computational biologists and clinician scientists from the Rhine area to answer fundamental questions about brain development and function and to develop new technologies that make groundbreaking scientific discoveries possible. The Network strengthens the already existing, close working relationship between all participating institutions as well as empowers new collaborative research projects.
We train a new generation of outstanding neuroscience researchers to unravel the question of how the brain controls behavior across species. We welcome students and scientists with a research background in neuroscience, psychology, cell or molecular biology, biochemistry, biophysics, medical biology, medicine, or related fields to join or collaborate with investigators of iBehave Network. Our goal is to create a lively and inspiring community for young and experienced Neuroscientists. Researchers within the network can take full advantage of the vibrant research community, benefit from the value of joint knowledge, resources and the state-of-the-art facilities for theoretical and practical training.