Synaptic Dysfunction in Alzheimer Disease
SyDAD is a European Training Network sponsored by Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions which will train 15 Early Stage Researchers (PhD students) and perform a collaborative research program to reveal the mechanisms behind synaptic dysfunction in Alzheimer Disease (AD).
For these purposes, we have collected world-leading expertise in AD research and synaptic biology from distinguished academic institutes as well as pharmaceutical companies. ESRs will have access to this expertise, cutting-edge technology, an excellent training programme and international exchanges.
News and events
Synapse Methodology Course, University of Bordeaux Jan 18-27, 2017
Please note that the course have been postponed till January
The ESRs and the associated students will get the opportunity to explore different methods used to study the synapse.