Training the next generation of European neuroscientist is one of our main goals. We have become a center of reference in Europe for training in neuroscience though our international Master and PhD programs in neuroscience. The leadership of IN researchers in the new European University of Brain and Technology NeurotechEU will further boost our position as a major hub for training in neurosciences.
The TRAINING axis (Coordinators E de la Peña & E Geijo-Barrientos) supervises the diverse training programs running in the IN. This includes: (i) one-year Master in Neuroscience named “International Master in Neuroscience: from bench to bedside” (Director: E Geijo-Barrientos) that consists of both theoretical lectures (in English) and practical exercises to introduce the trainees to a variety of the methodologies used to study the nervous system; (ii) PhD Training Program in Neurosciences (Director: E de la Peña) that is part of the international network of neuroscience schools (NENS) and provides courses and research training in several areas of basic neurosciences; (iii) leadership and career opportunity courses for postdocs, and (iv) career development and specialized courses for technical and administrative personnel.