Educational programs are designed to equip the PhD candidates with in-depth knowledge and technical expertise in their chosen area of research, and high-level inter-disciplinary education in the other three curricula.
Training activities are therefore organized following two major directories.
Vertical: Characterized by specific teaching and training activities that are curriculum specific
Horizontal: Characterized by theoretical and practical courses addressing the interdisciplinary aspects of neuroscience including brain image analysis, statistical techniques and analysis of large amounts of data (Big data analysis), connectomics, AI approaches. The PhD students are also trained to scientific writing, dissemination of results, intrapreneurship, career development, public engagement and communication in lay language, research ethics, FAIR data and open science, valorisation of research.
PhD students will find themselves inserted in scientifically stimulating environments where,
They can participate in journal clubs and can attend seminars, conferences, workshop and summer school specifically dedicated to them.
English is the language used