Join us on booth 2223 at Society for Neuroscience 47th annual meeting from 11-15 November and see our latest electrophysiology, multiphoton imaging and optogenetics equipment http://www.scientifica.uk.com/...
Cold Spring Harbor meetings bring together scientists from all over the world to present and evaluate new data and ideas in rapidly moving areas of biological research. A key feature of Cold Spring Harbor meetings is that the majority of talks are chosen from openly submitted abstracts (with the exception of our annual Symposium).
Programs are put together by organizers on the basis of the abstracts, and so little advance information is generally available about precise details of the schedule. Many of the talks include plenty of discussion of unpublished work, making these meetings a must for graduate students and senior investigators alike. Researchers who attend Cold Spring Harbor meetings cite them as among the most informative, influential, and enjoyable scientific conferences that one can attend.
Date: 6 June - 14 August, 2017
Location: Cold Spring Harbor, New York
Date: 6 June - 26 June, 2017
Ion channels are the fundamental building blocks of excitability in the nervous system. The primary goal of this course is to demonstrate, through lectures and laboratory work, the different biophysical properties of ion channels that enable neurons to perform unique physiological functions in a variety of neural systems.
Date: 30 June - 20 July, 2017
This laboratory/lecture course is intended for researchers at all levels from beginning graduate students through established primary investigators who want to use Drosophila as an experimental system for nervous system investigation. The three week course is designed to introduce students to a wide variety of topics and techniques, including the latest approaches for studying nervous system development, activity and connectivity, as well as complex behaviours and disease models.
Date: 25 July - 14 August, 2017
Advances in light microscopy, digital image processing, and the development of a variety of powerful fluorescent probes present expanding opportunities for investigating the nervous system, from synaptic spines to networks in the brain. This intensive laboratory and lecture course will provide participants with the theoretical and practical knowledge to utilize emerging imaging technologies. The primary emphasis of the course will be on vital light microscopy. Students will learn the principles of light microscopy, as well as use of different types of cameras, laser scanning systems, functional fluorophores, delivery techniques, and digital image-processing software.