Neurobiology Lectures WS 2009/10

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

Prospective hosts: please, select an open slot (green light: slot still open; yellow: slot under discussion, red: confirmed), discuss the date with your speaker, and get in contact with the IZN secretary Ute Volbehr ( ). She will confirm the date, take care that the reservation shows on this web page, print and distribute the 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, talks should introduce the topic in general enough terms.

Hosts: If you have invited a speaker, please make sure that the projection equipment required by your guest is available at the lecture hall. Keys for HS2, INF 306, are available from Frau Sternberger at the Hausverwaltung, room 101, INF 326, phone: 54-8544. Please make sure to get them in time.
  Date Speaker Title Host Place
red 23.09.09 Tobias Moser, Göttingen Molecular physiology of the hair cell ribbon synapse Thomas Kuner INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 14.10.09 David P. Wolfer, Zürich When mice test themselves: the home cage as behavioral testing arena Ulrike Müller INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 21.10.09 Stephen Hunt, London


Rohini Kuner INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 04.11.09 Hans-Christian Kornau, Hamburg Molecular determinants of AMPA receptor endocytosis during long-term synaptic depression Georg Köhr INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 18.11.09 Angela Gritti, Milano Gene/neural stem cell therapies for lysosomal storage disorders Francesca Ciccolini INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 02.12.09 Bernd Knöll, Tübingen The role of the transcription factor SRF (Serum Response Factor) in brain development and pathology Hilmar Bading INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red 16.12.09 Thomas Fuchs, Heidelberg


Andreas Draguhn INF 306, HS2, 13:00
  Christmas Holidays        
red  20.01.10 Claudia Bagni,
Molecular Aspects of Brain Plasticity: Insights From The Fragile X Syndrome Gerhard Schratt INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red  03.02.10 Sandra Blaess,
Multiple roles of Shh signaling in midbrain and cerebellum development Kerry Tucker INF 306, HS2, 13:00
red  17.02.10 Bill Wisden,
Neuronal Pathways of Sleep and Anaesthesia Hilmar Bading INF 306, HS2, 13:00


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