Neurobiology Lectures WS2015/16

Neurobiology Lectures take place on Wednesdays, 13:00, alternating with the IZN seminars. Dates, rooms and speakers are indicated below. You can subscribe to this calendar.

Prospective hosts: please 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 his/her own laptop.

Please make sure that the equipment required is available in the lecture hall. The seminar rooms are open during the lecture period, otherwise the key will be obtained from the Hausverwaltung by a member of the IZN Administration.

Someone will be there to give 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 16.09.15, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
red.gif 30.09.15, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Gabriel Lepousez
Inst. Pasteur, Paris, France
Functions of Adult Neurogenesis in the Olfactory System: From Synapse to Behaviour Wolfgang Kelsch
green 14.10.15, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
red.gif 28.10.15, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Haikun Liu
German Cancer Research Center DKFZ, Heidelberg
Molecular control of neurogenesis and brain tumorigenesis Francesca Ciccolini
red.gif 11.11.15, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Alessio Attardo
MPI für Psychiatrie, München
Cellular representations of experience: How does hippocampal cell biology support network information processing? Sidney Cambridge, Thomas Kuner
red.gif 25.11.15, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Dr. Tatjana Tchumatchenko
Head of group Theory of Neural Dynamics
Max Planck Institute for Brain Research
Frankfurt am Main
Pairwise interactions fully describe network information content Hannah Monyer
red.gif 02.12.15, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof.Dr. Paul Jenkins
Dept. of Pharmacology
University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor,
Giant ankyrin-G and the organization of critical neuronal domains: Link to neuropsychiatric disease? Maren Engelhardt, Christian Schultz
red.gif 09.12.15, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof. Anja Schneider
DZNE, Göttingen
Exosomes in neurodegenerative diseases IZN PhD Students
red.gif 13.01.16, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof.Dr. Florentin Wörgötter
BCCN, Göttingen
The influence of synaptic scaling on the stability of networks that learn to behave Andreas Draguhn
red.gif 27.01.16, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof. Israel Sekler
Dept. of Physiology, Faculty of Health Science, Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel
Regulation of mitochondrial Ca2+ signaling and how it fails during neurodegeneration Hilmar Bading
red.gif 10.02.16, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Stefan Bonn
DZNE, Göttingen
Taking a deeper look into the genetic and epigenetic basis of learning Ana Oliveira
red.gif 24.02.16, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof. Poul Henning Jensen, M.D.,
Aarhus University, Dept. Of Biomedicine, Aarhus, Denmark
Have we missed a critical phase of reduced cytosolic calcium during alpha-synuclein dependent neurodegeneration? Hilmar Bading
red.gif 09.03.16, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof.Dr. Christopher Dobson
Department of Chemistry,
University of Cambridge,
Alzheimer's Disease: Addressing a Twenty-First-Century Plague IZN PhD Students
red.gif 16.03.16, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof. Alexander Gutschalk
Department of Neurology
Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg
Functional imaging of auditory scene analysis and perceptual awareness Hilmar Bading
red.gif 23.03.16, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof. Johannes Gräff
Brain Mind Institute, School of Life Sciences, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland
Recent insights into the cellular and molecular processes of remote memory attenuation SFB 1134
Rohini Kuner, Valery Grinevich
red.gif 06.04.16, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof. Frank Winkler
Neurology Clinic and National Center for Tumor Disease, University Hospital Heidelberg and Clinical Cooperation Unit Neurooncology, German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg
Membrane Microtubes in Astrocytomas: A Link Between Brain Development and Brain Tumors FOR 2289
Ricarda Diem


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