First Syn2Psy online PhD day.
On October 5th, we had our first Syn2Psy online PhD day! The Syn2Psy Early Stage Researchers, Principal Investigators and Partners gathered remotely to present and discuss the projects’ progress. The discussions were fruitful, and we were glad to meet again, even if remotely!
Welcome to our first episode of SimpleSci of Syn2Psy. Here we zoom into Manuela Rizzi‘s project, where she explains how her work contributes to shed light into the role of synaptic dysfunction in neuropsychiatric disorders.
Syn2Psy is an Innovative Training Network (ITN) funded by the EU Horizon 2020 framework program under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) initiative. Its mission is to provide advanced (PhD-level) training to early-stage researchers in the molecular, synaptic, circuit and behaviour basis of neuropsychiatric disorders.
THE EARLY STAGE RESEARCHERS
The mission of Syn2Psy is to train 14 young researchers with novel and innovative tools aimed at a comprehensive biological understanding of conditions such as AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER, SCHIZOPHRENIA, DEPRESSION and other NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS.
The network integrates experienced researchers from top-level European research institutions (academic and industrial), as well as several key partner organizations:
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