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EMBO Workshop: Mechanisms of neuronal remodeling
June 05-09, 2016

Further information: t.b.a.
3rd ESO Stroke Science Workshop
19 – 21 November 2015
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Hotel Eibsee
Conference chairs: Heinrich Mattle, Martin Dichgans

Organizing Committee: Martin Dichgans (Munich), Ken Lees (Glasgow), Heinrich Mattle (Bern), Bo Norrving (Lund), Anna Planas (Barcelona), Bart van der Worp (Utrecht), Joanna Wardlaw (Edinburgh)

EMBO Practical Course Two-Photon Imaging Of Brain Function: From Spiny Dendrites To CircuitS
5 – 12 September 2015
in Munich, Germany

Register by: 15 June 2015

Registration and further information:
http://events.embo.org/15-imaging-brain/

ELSC International School in "In-vivo Intracellular Recordings"
Aug 30th - Sep 11th 2015
in Eilat, Israel

Organized by:Yosi Yarom - Hebrew University, Ilan Lampl - Weizmann Institute, Mickey London - Hebrew University, Arthur Konnerth - Technical University of Munich

Application Deadline: 31.05.2015

Registration and further information:
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Basic proteomics
June 30 - July 04, 2014
Max-Lebsche-Platz 30, Munich Großhadern

Organized by: Prof. Dr. Stefan Lichtenthaler

Description of Contents:
The course “Basic Proteomics” includes a basic introduction into proteomics with a focus on mass spectrometry based techniques. This involves the following topics: Application of proteomics (including analysis of secretomes, whole organs, tissues, cells), Sample preparation, Mass spectrometry based techniques, Data acquisition, analysis and interpretation.
The morning sessions provide the theoretical bases. The afternoon sessions consist of hands-on laboratory training covering the topics from the theoretical training.

Learning Objectives:
The course provides a basic overview and training of mass spectrometry based proteomics. The students will understand opportunities but also limitations of the presented methods. A basic understanding of MS based proteomics will help the students to collaborate with proteomics groups. Moreover, the course enables the participants to carry out sample preparations by themselves prior to mass spectrometry.

Exam:
Each student will present a scientific paper related to mass spectrometry based proteomics followed by discussions. The papers are chosen by the instructors.

EMBO Workshop: Mechanisms of neuronal remodelling
March 22-26, 2014
in Kibbutz Ein-Gedi, Israel

Organized by: Thomas Misgeld (Technical University, DE, SyNergy), Oren Schuldiner (Weizmann Institute of Science, IL), Avraham Yaron (Weizmann Institute of Science, IL)

Sponsored by SyNergy
For further information please see:
http://events.embo.org/14-neuronal-remodelling/
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Poster announcement

SyNergy softskill course “Adobe Illustrator”
February 24-25, 2014
at the Institute of Neuronal Cell Biology, TUM

Organized by: Tatjana Kleele (TUM), Thomas Misgeld (TUM, SyNergy)

This intense workshop for PhD students will enable participants to use the high end graphics design software, Adobe Illustrator, for the fast and efficient production of publication-quality illustrations (Trainer: Andreas Binder).

Advanced Techniques in Light Microscopy
December 02-06, 2013
at the Institut für Neurowissenschaften: Friedrich-Schiedel Lehrstuhl für Neurowissenschaften und Lehrstuhl für Biomolekulare Sensoren, TUM

Organized by: Prof. Helmuth Adelsberger (TUM), Prof. Thomas Misgeld (TUM , SyNergy)

This course focuses on slightly advanced (but not esoteric) techniques of optical microscopy in life sciences - mainly confocal/ two-photon imaging and in vivo applications. For the very basics, the "Basic Microscopy" course that we occasionally offer is more recommended.
We will introduce the concepts and technology behind confocal and two-photon microscopy with a focus on in vivo applications. We will talk about fluorescence, lasers, scanners and detector systems. We will discuss how in vivo imaging is done in different species and what should be considered. Calcium imaging will be discussed in some depth, as this is one of the most widely used modalities of functional in vivo imaging. In the outlook section, we will discuss more "fancy" techniques that are emerging to cover large volumes or transcend the resolution limit. As we are neuroscientists there will be a certain bias to imaging the brain; however, we will try to keep the course general enough so that also non-neuroscientists can benefit.

List the techniques that will be taught in this course:
- fluorescence microscopy
- confocal laser-scanning microscopy
- two-photon microscopy
- calcium imaging

ELSC International School of "In-vivo Intracellular Recordings"
July 28 - August 9, 2013
at the Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat, Israel

Organized by: Yosi Yarom (HUJI), Ilan Lampl (WIS), Mickey London (HUIJ), Arthur Konnerth (TUM, SyNergy)

Sponsored by SyNergy
Download: Preliminary program (PDF)