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A short report from a Cold Spring Harbor lab course

One of the best things of being a PhD student is that one is supposed to learn new things. As part of this mission, I attended a two-week laboratory course in the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories on ‘Advanced Techniques in … Continue reading

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Weblogs on circuit and cellular neuroscience

A couple of days ago, I discovered a list of neuroblog feeds managed by Neurocritic, covering almost 200 blogs in total. Out of those, I picked the blogs most relevant for circuit and cellular neuroscience. This excludes most blogs on cognitive neuroscience and … Continue reading

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PhD at the FMI

In April, I started my PhD in neuroscience in the Friedrich lab at the FMI. Topic will be the investigation of brain areas for higher olfactory processing in the zebrafish, and I’ll be working with different physiological methods.

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