In 2021, Neurotar came on board as a sponsor of the Cajal advanced neuroscience training program. We are excited about this opportunity to contribute to the development of a new generation of neuroscientists and educate them about different approaches to studying the awake brain. Our debut as a sponsor will take place during the course on Optogenetics, chemogenetics and biosensors for cellular and circuit neuroscience in November-December 2021. We hope to travel to Bordeaux, to meet with the students, the lecturers, and the organizers. During the visit, we shall deliver a short presentation focusing on Neurotar’s solution for performing high precision tests in awake mice and combining such tests with behavioral observation.
Stay tuned for more information about our travel plans to the Cajal program, as well as a planned visit (and workshop) at the University of Bordeaux.
Many thanks to the organizers, in particular to Prof. Eero Castren (President, Cajal Program), Dr. Elena Dreosti (CEO, Cajal Program), and Prof. Christophe Mulle (Research Director, Bordeaux Neuroscience) for this fantastic sponsorship opportunity!