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04 August 2016

Advanced Training Program in Behavioral Neurosciences

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Advanced Training Program in Behavioral Neurosciences

NBRL, PGIMER, Chandigarh

Course code: NBRL.3.2.16

Course Name: Advanced Training Program in Behavioral Neurosciences

Credits: 100 Level: Undergraduate/Postgraduate Grading scale: F/P

Main field of study: Behavioral Neuroscience and Pharmacology Organizing institute: Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh.

Organizer: Prof. Bikash Medhi Coordinator: Dr. Ajay Prakash/Rakesh K. Ruhela

1. Entry requirement: Applications are invited for the Advance Training Program in Behavioral Neuroscience 2016, at NBRL, PGIMER, Chandigarh (INDIA). Students pursuing of their BSc/ B.Pharm/ MSc/M.Tech/M.Pharm/MBBS/MD program or interested in behavioral neuroscience, will be able to spend maximum one week at PGIMER, Chandigarh throughout the year, in order to work on neurobehavioral research with NBRL researchers.
2. Content: The training program has three components: Research-oriented theory courses, 12 hrs During this classroom exposure the student will gain theoretical knowledge on neurobehavioral experiments in consultation with NBRL researchers. Experimental project work in behavioral neuroscience, 20 hrs Part 2 consists of an individual 5 days training work under supervision of NBRL researchers. The course part can also include participation in group discussion and viva during training. Evaluation, 6 hrs This will involve a presentation or viva which is to be delivered in NBRL classrooms. The course is scheduled for classroom and practical work in initial days and last day a viva or presentation in front of one internal and one external evaluator. All students who successfully complete the training program will receive a certificate from NBRL, PGIMER, Chandigarh.

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