Modern Techniques in Neuroscience: Probes, Detections and Discoveries

Suzhou, China 

August 18-31, 2023

Application Deadline: June 30, 2023

Organized by:

Yulong Li, Peking University

Tianyi Mao, Vollum Institute

Course description: This course covers imaging probe design and microscopy, and their applications in studying brain functions, with corresponding practical sessions. It aims to bring leaders in brain science together to discuss current progress and challenges, and train the next generation of young scientists. PhD students and postdoctoral fellows/junior scholars interested in designing or applying new tools in neuroscience are welcome to apply, with no geographical restrictions on applicants.

2023 Faculty roster:

Sarah Ackerman, Washington University

Haruhiko Bito, The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Medicine

Xiaoke Chen, Stanford University

Xiaoyin Chen, Allen Institute for Brain Science

Jun Ding, Stanford University

Hongwei Dong, University of California, Los Angeles

Xin Duan, University of California, San Francisco

Yu Fu, Agency for Science Technology and Research (A*STAR)

Hui Gong, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Chenghua Gu, Harvard University

Bo Li, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

Scott Owen, Stanford University

Jing Yuan, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Pengcheng Zhou, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technologies (SIAT), CAS

Larry Zweifel, University of Washington

And More...


No payment is due until the selection decisions are made, but any applicant requiring financial support (i.e. stipends) should make that request in written form during the online application. The admissions process is need-blind, your financial situation will not be considered before admission decisions are made.