2021 Tutored Seminar Program
New call for Proposed Speakers for the 2021-2022 edition of the 'Neuroschool Seminars'.
This year again we wish to actively involve students registered to the NeuroSchool PhD program to propose speakers for the 2020 Tutored Seminars.
The idea is to cover the various fields of neuroscience from molecular/cellular to more integrated levels. With the help of your PhD supervisor and colleagues, you are asked to propose YOUR DREAM SPEAKERS.
*** DEADLINE FOR ANSWER : NOVEMBER 30 ***
The list of speakers will then be submitted to your vote to determine the program for the 2021 edition.
Be aware that the committee final decision will take into consideration the balance between fields, genders and campus distribution.
To propose a Speaker
Seminars will be held monthly from January to December 2021 and YOU can propose Speakers for the 2021 program.
Please fill the Submission Form below with the following details:
- Speaker's name
- Position and affiliation
- Short description of the field of study
- Short justification on why inviting the speaker will be beneficial to the Neuroscience community and PhD Students
You can ask your supervisor or your laboratory PhD program correspondent for help and advice.
*** DO NOT CONTACT/INVITE THE SPEAKER YOU PROPOSE. WE WILL INFORM ABOUT THE SELECTED SPEAKER AT THE END OF THE POLL***
Speaker's Last and first names
Speaker Position and Affiliation
Field of Study
Sensory (Touch, Vision, Audition ...)
Motor (Planning, Execution, Modulation)
Social behavior and interaction
Level of Study
Lab/Campus where the seminar could be planned
Briefly explain why inviting the proposed speaker will be beneficial for Marseille Neuroscience Community/for our PhD students.
Explain your choice
For Selected Speakers
ONCE YOUR PROPOSAL HAS BEEN SELECTED, YOU CAN REEDIT YOUR PROPOSAL TO ADD THE SELECTED DATE. TITLE AND ABSTRACT FOR THE SEMINAR
Date fixed for the Selected Seminar
Send me a copy of my responses.
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