Neurobiology Lectures SS2019

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 a remote control, if required.

The lecture halls are open during the Kernzeit hours of the lecture period, otherwise 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
red.gif 10.04.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Laura Cancedda
Italian Institute of Technology, Genoa, Italy
New therapeutic approaches to rescue cognitive impairment in Down syndrome Annarita Patrizi
red.gif 24.04.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Henrik Ahlenius
Stem Cell Center,
Lund University, Sweden
Transcription factor programming and gene editing to model neurological disease Moritz Mall
red.gif 08.05.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Adam Guastella
University of Sydney, Australia
Circuits for social learning: Implications for assessment, treatment and the role of oxytocin in early social development Beate Ditzen
red.gif 22.05.19 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Dr. Cendra Agulhon
Paris Descartes, CPSC, France
Contributions of astrocyte & satellite signaling to sensory processing IZN PhD Students
green.gif 05.06.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Dr. Nelson Totah
Department of Physiology of Cognitive Processes,
MPI for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen
Insights into the roles of attention, error detection, and noradrenergic neuromodulation during learning using a electrophysiology-compatible rodent set-shifting task SFB1134 Daniel Durstewitz
green.gif 19.06.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof. Andreas Schäfer
Francis Crick Institute, UCL
United Kingdom
From Synchrotrons to Microwires – a broad view on sensory processing Wolfgang Kelsch
green.gif 03.07.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Dr. Christian Tetzlaff
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience,
Third Institute of Physics-Biophysics,
Georg-August-University Göttingen
The interaction of plasticity mechanisms and its role in memory dynamics SFB1134 Andreas Draguhn
green 17.07.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
green.gif 24.07.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Srinivasa Subramaniam
The Scripps Research Institute
Jupiter, USA
Rhes Engineers Intercellular Tunnels and Transports Huntington Disease Protein Hilmar Bading, Amin Rustom
green.gif 31.07.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
CANCELLED Prof. Laura Busse
Department Biology II
LMU Munich
Effects of cortico-thalamic feedback on responses in mouse dLGN Alexander Groh


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