Neurobiology Lectures WS2019/20

Neurobiology Lectures take place on Wednesdays, 13:00, alternating with the IZN seminars. Dates, rooms and speakers are indicated below.

Prospective hosts: select an available slot, agree the date with your speaker and get in contact with the IZN Administrator Dr. Otto Bräunling who will confirm the date, include the booking on this web page, distribute an e-mail announcement and handle reimbursement of travel costs and honorarium.

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.

There is no computer provided, so the speaker must bring a laptop with a VGA or a standard type A HDMI connection or  adapter, together with laserpointer and remote control, if required.

The lecture hall HS2 is open during the Kernzeit hours 09:30-15:30 of the lecture period, otherwise the door is locked and the key will be obtained from the Hausverwaltung by a member of the IZN Administration.

Someone will be there to provide technical assistance.

In case of technical problems, call 56-39234 (Herr Schleweis).


green = available   yellow.gif = reserved   red.gif = booked

  Date / Place   Speaker Title Host
green 18.09.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
red.gif 25.09.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Adam Packer
University of Oxford, UK
All-optical interrogation of neural circuits during behaviour SFB1158 / Rohini Kuner
red.gif 02.10.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Angelika Hoffmann
University Clinic Heidelberg
Cerebral malaria and the neurogenic niche Hilmar Bading
red.gif 16.10.19 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Simone Mayer
Molecular Brain Development
Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research, Tübingen
Neurotransmitter signaling as a mediator of plasticity in neocortical development Hilmar Bading
red.gif 30.10.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Caghan Kizil
Technical University, Dresden
Regulation of neurogenesis and neural stem cell plasticity through neuron-glia crosstalk in health and disease Amit Agarwal
red.gif 13.11.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Rob Froemke
New York University School of Medicine
Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine
New York, USA
Social transmission of maternal behavior via oxytocin Valery Grinevich
red.gif 20.11.19,   No Lecture Halls available    
red.gif 27.11.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Markus Schwab
Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine
Dept. of Neurogenetics, Göttingen
Neuregulin 1-mediated signalopathies in the nervous system IZN PhD Students
red.gif 11.12.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  York Winter
Humboldt-University, Berlin
Automation Technology for Rodent Behavioural Diagnostics SFB1158 / Anke Tappe-Theodor
red.gif 08.01.20, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Roosmarijn Vandenbroucke
VIB, University of Ghent
Choroid plexus-derived extracellular vesicles as mediators of neuroinflammation Annarita Patrizi
red.gif 22.01.20, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Elvira de Leonibus
The Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine (TIGEM), Pozzuoli, Italy
Memory Load Capacity: From Pathophysiology to Rescue Strategies Francesca Ciccolini
red.gif 05.02.20, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Laura Busse
Department Biology II
LMU Munich
Effects of cortico-thalamic feedback on responses in mouse dLGN Alexander Groh
green 19.02.20, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
red.gif 04.03.20, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Thomas Lamonerie
Equipe Neurodévelopement
Institut de Biologie Valrose
Nice, France
Control of cerebellar granule precursor proliferation: Shh-independent role of Otx2 Annarita Patrizi
red.gif 18.03.20, 13:00
INF 306, HS2


Christina Buetfering
University College London, UK

Decision coding by layer 2/3 neurons in primary somatosensory cortex Daniela Mauceri
red.gif 25.03.2020 13:00
INF 306, HS2


Tom Blanpied
Department of Physiology
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Baltimore, USA

Structure and function of synaptic nanoalignment Thomas Kuner


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