Date : July 29 (Sun) 12:00-15:00
Venue : Room3 (Reception Hall)
The field of neuroscience is rapidly expanding with a remarkable development of new scientific tools, such as gene editing techniques, optogenetics, brain mapping, single-cell sequencing and deep learning. This growth poses new challenges for neuroscientists as morecutting-edge, complex, interdisciplinary and often expensive resources are required. In this luncheon discussion, we aim to draw big picture of brain science in Japan, by discussing what and how we should do in next 10-20 years.
Sponsored by: Academic Research System and Inter-society Liaison Committee
Backed up by: Union of Brain Science Association in Japan, JST-CRDS
Organized by; T. Miyakawa, H. Koshimizu (Fujita Health Univ), M. Yuzaki (Keio Univ)