We are happy to announce that this year we will be participating in Hokkaido Summer Institute with 2 new courses:
Undergraduate level: Fundamentals of Comparative Neuroanatomy and Behaviour: from birds to whales
The objective of this course is to give the students an overview of the different ways the brain and behaviour evolved in separate, but closely related vertebrate classes.
Postgraduate level: Mammalian Brain Morphology: From specimen collection to mathematical modeling
The aim of this course is to demonstrate the use of an integrated set of multidisciplinary methods, ranging from neuroanatomy to MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) processing to theoretical modeling, to better understand brain morphology of large mammals (e.g. Whales).