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    BrainTrain

    Brain disorders are among the most prevalent and debilitating diseases. Because they are chronic, quality of life and socio-economic prospects are dramatically impaired.

    Increased life expectancy further enhances the impact of brain dysfunction on society. In coming decades this burden will grow into one of most pressing and costly problems of the EU.

    BrainTrain builded on our knowledge of genome information and exploits innovative technologies to unravel the (dys)function of living neurons, networks and the whole brain.

    BrainTrain delivered 17 skilled PhD students prepared for future challenges in neuroscience. >Summary of the project

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  • BrainTrain Results

    BrainTrain delivered 17 skilled PhD students prepared for future challenges in neuroscience. >Summary of the project

  • Training

    The educational part of the program consisted of a spectrum of optional and obligatory courses and training opportunities at different levels. >Read more

  • Publications

    More information about the results and publications of the research teams can be found here

  • Nature Publication

    Novel role for Fragile X protein in the embryonic brai

    >Read more

  • Student blog

    BrainTrain trainees keep a blog about their research and other BrainTrain related issues.
    >Weblog