Every two years, the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, one of the institutes of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, organises a summer school. This year, the subject of the summer school is on procedural learning.
The summer school features lectures from 17 internationally recognised top-level scientists, including a key note lecture by Rui Costa.
The event will gather experts in systems level perceptual and motor learning and dysfunction. Lectures will cover all brain areas involved in procedural learning including cerebral cortex, cerebellum, thalamus and basal ganglia.
- Amy Bastian (Kennedy Krieger Institute)
- Dorret Boomsma (VU University)
- Megan Carey (Champalimaud)
- Rui Costa (Champalimaud)
- Kathleen Cullen (McGill University)
- Simon Fisher (Radboud University Nijmegen)
- Adam Hantman (Janelia Research Campus)
- Fritjof Helmchen (University of Zurich)
- Daniel Huber (University of Geneva)
- Kamran Khodakhah (Albert Einstein Medical College)
- John Krakauer (Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine)
- David Ostry (McGill University)
- Tom Otis (Roche / University of Basel)
- Alexandre Pouget (University of Geneva)
- Pieter Roelfsema (Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience)
- Roy Sillitoe (Baylor College of Medicine)
- Sam Wang (Princeton University)
Aleksandra Badura, Beerend Winkelman, Chris De Zeeuw & Tycho Hoogland, Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience