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Young Investigator Training Programme (YITP) – CRNL specific offers

FENS 2022

The Young Investigator Training Programme is organised by the Société des Neurosciences Host Society Committee (HSC) and sponsored by IBRO-PERC.

It consists of 2-3 week placements in host laboratories around France prior to the FENS Forum in Paris. As part of the programme, the selected researchers will have the opportunity to work within defined research environments in France in order to get familiarised with different facilities and techniques in neuroscience, as well as expanding their research network. Full information about the programme can be found on the FENS website : https://forum.fens.org/young-investigator-programme/

#HACKATHON - DÉFI#11

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#HACKATHON will start soon .... get ready !

🔎  Valérie Gaveau, MCF at the Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences and Techniques (ISTR) and at IMPACT team of the Lyon Neuroscience Research Center (CRNL), is looking for collaborators for its Health challenge: AND IF VIRTUAL REALITY BECOMES A COLLABORATIVE REHABILITATION TOOL?

 

👉 Indicate your interest for my challenge : 🏆 DÉFI#11https://hhlyon2022.sparkboard.com

👉 Come with me to built this project during this 48 hours marathon !  https://www.weezevent.com/hacking-health-lyon-6

✨ By collaborating around the development of VR content, rehabilitation actors have everything to gain!

🚀 All infos  https://www.hhlyon.org/   

👩‍⚕️ valerie.gaveau@univ-lyon1.fr

https://www.linkedin.com/in/val%C3%A9rie-gaveau-359a5845