4th International Symposium and School of Young Scientists “Brain and Neuroplasticity: Structural and Molecular Aspects” May 1-7, 2019
May 1-7, 2019
4th International Symposium and School of Young Scientists “Brain and Neuroplasticity: Structural and Molecular Aspects” May 1-7, 2019
May 1-7, 2019
4th International Symposium and School of Young Scientists “Brain and Neuroplasticity: Structural and Molecular Aspects” May 1-7, 2019
May 1-7, 2019
4th International Symposium and School of Young Scientists “Brain and Neuroplasticity: Structural and Molecular Aspects” May 1-7, 2019
May 1-7, 2019

SCHOOL OF YOUNG SCIENTISTS

Dear Young Scientists,

Following the success of our previous School, it is our great pleasure to invite you to attend Second International School of Young Scientists “Brain and Neuroplasticity: Structural and Molecular Aspects” which will take place 3-7 May, 2019, at Ilia State University and I. Beritashvili Center of Experimental Biomedicine, Tbilisi, Georgia.
New and interesting data is still being been accumulated regarding the Neuroplasticity and the mechanisms of cellular and molecular damage that are involved in the development of different pathologies. New technical approaches continue to be developed and it is about time for the scientists to discuss these issues, to learn from each other, to exchange ideas and to benefit from one another’s expertise. This is the main mission of the School and the scientific program is designed to talk about the most important steps of the process of secretion.
In the frame of Seasonal School twenty young scientists: master students, PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and young researchers from different universities and scientific organizations of Georgia will learn (i) the cellular and molecular mechanisms of Neuroplasticity; (ii) the Neuroplasticity mechanisms and the pathophysiology of functional neurological disorders; (iii) will get the knowledge about some of the most relevant and modern scientific methods that are largely used for the investigation of cell plasticity, (iv) will study electron microscopic, atomic force microscopic, immunocytochemical and other techniques – high-informative approaches, suitable for the examination of fine structure of brain.
We would like to encourage the participants to contribute to Neuroscience Research. We look forward to welcoming you at our School!

The Organizing Committee

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