Seminars WS 2020/21

The IZN Seminar usually takes place every 2 weeks on Wednesdays 13:00-14:00 as an IZN Webinar, hosted on the University's server. Each seminar has an access code which is announced on the IZN mailing lists.

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 Dr. Otto Bräunling, who will include the booking on this page and distribute an announcement.

Information for Speakers Externer Inhalt

 

Date / Place Speaker(s) Title
16.09.2020 13:00
online
Dr. Maren Engelhardt (AG Engelhardt) Fine-tuning intrinsic neuronal excitability at the axon initial segment? - Lessons from the barrel and motor cortex
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30.09.2020 13:00
online
Vicky Steubler (AG Müller) Conditional knockout mice lacking all three APP family members show cognitive deficits and ASD-like behavior
Hernando Martinez Vergara (AG Arendt) Whole-body integration of gene expression and single-cell morphology
     
14.10.2020 13:00
online
Martin Roßmanith (AG Spanagel) Characterization and modulation of neuronal ensembles involved in reward learning.
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28.10.2020 13:00
online

Dr. Stefanie Schmitteckert (AG Niesler)

Participating from Nbio

Host: Prof. Niesler

Dissecting molecular pathomechanisms in Hirschsprung’s disease using a complementary patient-specific approach

 

Valentina Fermi (AG Herold-Mende)

Participating remotely

Host: Prof. Herold-Mende

Influence of microglia/macrophages on the adaptive immune system in primary glioblastoma

 

     

11.11.2020 13:00
online

Dr. Femke Groeneweg
(AG Kirsch)

Host: Dr. Carlos Bas-Orth

Participating remotely

Role of actin filaments at the inhibitory postsynapse

 

Kim Hoa Ho (AG Patrizi)

Host: Dr. Annarita Patrizi

Both participating from Nbio

Choroid plexus development and Cilia

 

     

09.12.2020 13:00
online

Dr. Jing Yan (AG Bading)

Host: Prof. Hilmar Bading

Cracking the NMDAR/TRPM4 coupling: the discovery of unconventional neuroprotectants against excitotoxicity

Dr. Georg Köhr (AG Köhr)

Host: Dr. Eleonora Russo (AG Durstewitz)

Coordinated prefrontal state transition leads extinction of reward-seeking behaviors
     

13.01.2021 13:00
online

Dr. Sabine Jung-Klawitter (AG Kölker)

Remote participation

Moderator: Prof. Thomas Opladen

iPSC-based models of rare neurometabolic diseases

Dr. Peter Neher (AG Maier-Hein)

Remote participation

Without moderator

Simulating realistic brain MRI data for AI-based fiber tractography
     
27.01.2021 13:00
online

Dr. Alexander Moldavski (AG Meyer-Lindenberg)

Remote participation

Moderator: Dr. Peter Bengtson

INDICATE-N - a longitudinal observational study of Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia and Major Depression. First results during the COVID 19 pandemic
   
     
10.02.2021 13:00
online

Flavia-Bianca Cristian (AG Rappold)

Participating from Nbio seminar room

Moderator: Dorothea Schall

The impact of SHANK2 mutations linked to autism on early neurodevelopment
   
     
24.02.2021 13:00
online
Filippo Heimburg (AG Groh) A new tactile discrimination paradigm to study neuronal circuits for salience encoding and cognitive flexibility in freely moving mice
Martin Schulz (AG Rupp) Comparing different nociceptive modalities (laser, pinprick) regarding common neurophysiological patterns in human subjects
     
10.03.2021 13:00
online
Timon André (AG Söllner) Molecular mechanisms controlling the assembly of the neuronal fusion machinery
Beate Throm (AG Monyer)  
     
24.03.2021 13:00
online
Viktoria Greeck (AG Wildemann) Defective Calcium-signalling between B cells and regulatory T cells: connecting the dots in the emergence of impaired peripheral B-cell tolerance in multiple sclerosis?
Sheng Liu (AG Kuhner) IEG gene-based dual-epoch mapping tool to capture and discriminate different functional neural circuits
     
Editor: A. Summerfield
Latest Revision: 2021-01-18
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