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NEUREN

February 7th, 2016 Posted by MNS Activities No Comment yet

NEUREN

The NEUREN project (http://www.orazal.com/clients/neuren/) aimed at implementing a joint research programme in the field of Neuroscience organized around researcher’s mobility (NEUREN project, Marie Curie Action – IRSES program, 2013-2017). It is based on an interdisciplinary consortium of 14 laboratories from 4 EU countries (France, Italy, Spain, Poland), 3 South Mediterranean countries, and 3 third-countries (USA, Australia, Canada). It covers a large scope of Neuroscience research topics from molecules to integrated physiology, associating basic, translational and clinical research, from bench to bedside. Partners show significant complementarities to cover all aspects of Neuroscience. Every institution brings its own technical and conceptual expertise to build a consortium of excellence, taking advantage of previous collaborations (N€uromed, ISIS) to exploit existing complementarity and synergy between partners. NEUREN thereforehighly support the current efforts to reach outstanding international research standards and contribute to develop poles of technical and scientific excellence that will become the reference for the South Mediterranean area. Integration of various research groups across the Mediterranean area will also further diversify everyone’s technical expertise and serve to aggregate powerful teams of well-trained researchers.

NeurOnline

February 7th, 2016 Posted by MNS Activities No Comment yet

 

NeuronLine

NeuronLine is funded by the ERASMUS+ programme as a Strategic Parntership project (410 k€, 2015-2018). It aims to turn the entire ISIS Master of Neuroscience into an e-learning programme. It A large part of the existing courses is already available through a Moodle e-learning platform. The current project will achieve the changeover to an online international Master through the implementation of new tools and its adaptation to lifelong learning. These tools will offer a large array of various pedagogical modalities that will meet the diversity of learners. NeuronLine will make learners actors of their own education through developing their autonomy and independent learning. The integration of the ISIS Master within an international consortium of 9 partners comprising the MNS and Universities in France, Poland Italy, Spain, and Sweden, will strengthen its attractiveness among students and professionals.

EMN-Online, Euro-Mediterranean Master of Neuroscience-online

November 16th, 2015 Posted by MNS Activities No Comment yet

EMN-Online, Euro-Mediterranean Master of Neuroscience-online

EMN-Online is a Euro-Mediterranean master’s degree in Neuroscience and Biotechnology (https://emn-online.org/). The proposed curriculum is based on the courses offered by 11 partner universities, 5 in Europe (Bordeaux, Marseille, Nice, Turin and Valencia), and 6 in the South-Mediterranean area (Alexandria and Senghor in Egypt, Saint-Joseph and Saint Esprit de Kaslik in Lebanon, Tetuan and Marrakech in Morocco). The Neurex association (upper-Rheine neuroscience network), the Landau network “A. Volta”, and the French-Moroccan Neuroscience “Groupement de Recherche International” (GDRI) are associated partners also involved in the project. The EMN-Online master’s degree was created as part of a TEMPUS IV project (ISIS, 1,3 M€, 2010-2014) funded by the European Commission and coordinated by Bordeaux University.

This master’s degree aims are three fold. (i) It will provide students with access to the techniques and concepts of modern biology through courses in Neuroscience. (ii) It will contribute to the standardization of teaching in Neuroscience and Biotechnology throughout the Euro-Mediterranean space, thus facilitating the acquisition of homogenous high level competences, knowledge and know-how by the students. (iii) Finally, this joined program aims at fostering exchanges and cooperation between the two sides of the Mediterranean area. Together with other Euro-Mediterranean projects (N€uromed, NEUreN), this partnership allows organizing powerful Neuroscience networks that result in mutual benefits for all students and staff from Euro-Mediterranean Universities.

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