ITN SymBad (Marie Curie)

SyMBaD – Marie Curie ITN

SyMBaD is an International Research and Training Program funded by the EU (Marie Curie ITN). SyMBaD deals with the study of synapses and extends from molecules through higher brain function to diseases. It particularly aims to better understand the structure and function of synapses in the normal and the pathological brain.
23 PhD students will be recruited to perform the 23 selected projects that are listed on the web site (www.symbad.eu/pages/PhD_projects.php) in one of the six academic centres of the Consortium (Alicante (SP), Bordeaux (FR), Bristol (UK), Göttingen (GE), Lausanne/Geneva (CH), Milan (IT)).
The SyMBaD program offers PhD students

  • an outstanding training in scientific basic research in academic laboratories
  • the possibility to apprehend research in private companies for at least 6 months
  • network-wide training activities (workshops and summer schools)
  • and the possibility to integrate European and International collaborative networks.

Working language is English.
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