7th-9th December 2015, Strasbourg France
Aim of the meeting
Understanding the development of the nervous system is a key challenge that has been approached by both experimental and theoretical neuroscientists. In recent years there has been a gradual move towards the two groups working more with each other. The idea of this workshop is to bring key people together who have shown an interest at combining theoretical and experimental techniques to discuss current problems in neuronal development, and plan future collaborative efforts.
Time at the end of each day of the workshop will be devoted to a group discussion about questions that have been raised during the day to identify possible research directions and people willing to pursue them.
This meeting follows on from our first meeting on this theme held in Edinburgh, July 2014 (details at maps2014.org).
The draft version of the program is now available.
Here is a poster if you would like to help advertise our meeting.
- Herwig Baier (Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Munich)
- Jianhua Cang (Northwestern University)
- Claudia Clopath (Imperial College London),
- Robert Datta (Harvard Medical School)
- Stephen Eglen (University of Cambridge)
- Marla Feller (University California Berkeley)
- Patricia Gaspar (École des Neurosciences de Paris)
- David Holcman (École Normale Supérieure Paris)
- Andrew Huberman (University California San Diego)
- Siegrid Löwel (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
- Christian Lohmann (Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience)
- Till Marquardt (European Neuroscience Institute, Göttingen)
- Filippo Rijli (Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel)
- Jennifer Rodger (University of Western Australia)
- Charles Stevens (Salk Institute)
This meeting is supported by the University of Strasbourg Institute for Advanced Study (USIAS), Neurôpole Strasbourg, City of Strasbourg (Communaute Urbaine de Strasbourg), Idex Joint Master in Neurosciences - University of Strasbourg, Institute of Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences (INCI), Strasbourg, Wellcome Trust, The Company of Biologists and Région Alsace.