Workshop on Neurobehavior

Neurobehavioral Phenotyping for Disease Models and Drug Discovery

The Workshop is a week-long, in-person, interactive course on practical, mechanistic, and ethological aspects of behavioral phenotyping, with emphasis on neurodegenerative disease models and drug discovery. Automated tracking, quantification and behavioral classification will be taught by collaborating instructors from the Datta Lab. 

There will be a two day kickoff symposium, open to the scientific community, June 24-25 taught by scientists at the forefront of the behavior field. 

Topics include: Learning & Memory, Sensory & Motor, Anxiety & Depression, Addiction, and Automated Methods 

Distinguished Speakers (subject to change):

  • Robert Datta
  • Ada Eban-Rothschild 
  • Neir Eshel
  • Michael Fanselow
  • Lisa Giocomo
  • Craig Heller
  • Barbara Knowlton 
  • Luis De Lecea

  • Hans Peter Lipp

  • Richard Morris

  • David Wolfer 


  • No cost to attend
  • Housing provided
  • Travel costs not included 


  • Applications for the Behavior Workshop are closed



Symposium Registration Form