Seminars SS 2022

The IZN Seminar usually takes place every 2 weeks on Wednesdays.

Each speaker (usually two on the day) has ca. 25 minutes to present their projects plus 5 minutes for questions. The talks are in English.

The audience may include students and colleagues who are non-experts on the subject of the talk, therefore the speaker should introduce the topic in general terms.

The speaker should provide a host who will briefly introduce the speaker and moderate the questions after the talk.

Group leaders: please arrange a speaker and get in contact with the IZN Administrator who will include the booking on this page and distribute an announcement.

Information for Speakers Externer Inhalt

 

Date / Place Speaker Title

06.04.2022 13:00

HK in Nbio Seminar Room

Location: ZOOM

Julia Dyckow and Hannah Kapell (AG Schirmer) Modulating paranodal potassium levels is neuroprotective in inflammatory demyelination
   
     

20.04.2022 13:00

Hörsaal 2, INF306 and ZOOM

Meeting ID: 880 7727 5856
Passcode: 444344

Dr. Alan Kania (AG Grinevich) Oxytocin signalling in the brainstem nucleus incertus – an arousal-promoting action of ‘love hormone’
Laura Doll (AG Gutschalk) The influence of attention and arousal on the perception of auditory near-threshold stimuli
     

11.05.2022 13:00

ZOOM only

Meeting ID: 880 7727 5856
Passcode: 444344

Dr. Juan Carlos Boffi (AG Prevedel) Elucidating the neuronal population code of sound location at the mammalian inferior colliculus using fast volumetric calcium imaging in vivo
   
     

01.06.2022 13:00

Hörsaal 2, INF306 and ZOOM

Meeting ID: 880 7727 5856
Passcode: 444344

Dr. Anna M. Hagenston Hertle (AG Bading)

Department of Neurobiology
University of Heidelberg

Disrupted expression of mitochondrial NCLX sensitizes neuroglial networks to excitotoxic stimuli and renders synaptic activity toxic

 

 
     

15.06.2022 13:00

Hörsaal 2, INF306 and ZOOM

Meeting ID: 880 7727 5856
Passcode: 444344

Isabella Boccuni (AGs Fairless/Draguhn)

Department of Neurology
University Hospital Heidelberg

Institute for Physiology and Pathophysiology
University of Heidelberg

Glutamate transporters and NMDA receptors contribution to αRGC susceptibility to neurodegeneration

Märt Rannap (AG Draguhn)

Institute for Physiology and Pathophysiology
University of Heidelberg

Structural and functional organization of the hippocampal-medial entorhinal output circuit
     

13.07.2022 13:00

Location: ZOOM only

   
   
     

27.07.2022 13:00

Hörsaal 2, INF306 and ZOOM

Meeting ID: 880 7727 5856
Passcode: 444344

Dr. Priit Pruunsild (AG Bading)

Department of Neurobiology
University of Heidelberg

Expression of a primate-specific RNA in mouse neurons promotes excitability and CREB function

Dr. Martin Löffler (AG Flor)

Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience
University of Heidelberg

Corticostriatal circuits in the transition to chronic back pain: the predictive role of reward learning
     
Editor: A. Summerfield
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