ADInstruments and Emory University's Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology Program will co-host a hands-on workshop for higher education life science instructors seeking to expand their curriculum reach in the neurosciences.
The training event will spend 2 days on topics explored in the “Crawdad Project,” a three-year program funded by the National Science Foundation to promote the use of invertebrates in undergraduate physiology and neuroscience lab courses, and 2 days covering optogenetic manipulation in fruitflies and building optical stimulators for home use. The goals of this hosted workshop are to provide teachers hands-on experience with invertebrate preparations that demonstrate basic principles of nervous system physiology, and can easily be incorporated into laboratory courses back home.
Click here for more details.
We don’t currently have any scheduled sessions that match your selection, but please give us your details below to register your interest and we’ll contact you if a session is scheduled in your region.