Behavioral experiments and data analysis

The first scientific BrainTrain course “Behavioral experiments and data analysis” will be held on the 19-21 January 2011 in the lab of Dr. Oliver Stiedl in Amsterdam.

BiObserve (Bonn, Germany), one of the organisers of this workshop, invited Dr. Maria Gulinello, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, New York. Dr. Gulinello is the director of the behavioral core facility at the Albert Einstein College and is a real expert in the wide field of behavioral research.

Beside Dr. Maria Gulinello, representatives of BiObserve as well as Dr. Oliver Stiedl will give lectures about related topics (e.g. ‘Data Analysis & Statistics’, ‘Fear learning in mice’, ‘Heart rate dynamics: from mice to man’, …). The workshop will start in the morning of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 9:30, each day with an open end.

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