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Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate Programme "NeuroTime"

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NeuroTime - Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate "Neural processing of time"

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NeuroTime - Neural processing of time - is a research and training network funded by the Erasmus Mundus Action of the European Union. Besides the BCF, NeuroTime is carried out in collaboration with universities and research centers in France, Netherlands, Switzerland, Israel and India. PhD candidates with a top quality international training in multidisplinary neuroscience contribute to the investigation of time processing, which is lying at the heart of brain function & dysfunction. The training provided by our program integrates developmental, molecular, cellular & behavioral neuroscience, chronobiology, computational neuroscience & neurotechnology.
Each PhD candidate in the Program pursues an interdisciplinary collaborative research project leading to a joint or double PhD degree from two of the participating universities. Student mobility is an integral part of NeuroTime. The mobility periods, as well as the course curriculum, is adjusted on an individual basis.

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Links

Program of NeuroTime's Launch Meeting, January 19-20, 2012 [PDF]
NeuroTime's official website

 

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People

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Faculty Page Ulrich Egert
Faculty Page Ad Aertsen
Faculty Page Marlene Bartos
Faculty Page Jürgen Hennig
Staff Page Katrin Pansa
Staff Page Uwe Grauer
Staff Page Gundel Jaeger
Staff Page Birgit Ahrens
Faculty Page Robert Schmidt
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