Neurobiology Lectures WS2018-19

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 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 12.09.18, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof. Scott Small
Director of Alzheimer's Research Center,
Columbia University, US
Regional Vulnerability as a Key to Alzheimer's and other Hippocampal Disorders Dagmar Ehrnhoefer (BioMed X); Hilmar Bading
red.gif 19.09.18, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Dr. Elena Marcello
Dept of Pharmacological and Biomolecular Sciences
University of Milan, Italy
ADAM10 in the synapse: an inner dialogue in the frame of Alzheimer Disease Daniela Mauceri
red.gif 26.09.18, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Dr. Laura Ewell
Department of Epileptology
Life&Brain, University of Bonn
The impact of pathological high frequency oscillations on hippocampal processing, and their separation from normal ripple-like events in rats with chronic epilepsy Hannah Monyer
red.gif 10.10.18 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Dr. Torfi Sigurdsson
Institute Of Neurophysiology,
Goethe University, Frankfurt
Prefrontal-subcortical interactions supporting spatial working memory SFB1134 Alexander Groh
red.gif 24.10.18, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Nils Brose, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine
Department of Molecular Neurobiology
Synaptic vesicle priming and the unique features of regulated exocytosis at nerve cell synapses Claudio Acuna Goycolea
red.gif 07.11.18, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Nicolas Renier
ICM – Brain and Spine Institute, Paris, France
Mapping the transparent brain: biological applications Carmen Ruiz de Almodóvar
red.gif 21.11.18, 13:00
INF 328, SR25
  Thomas Klausberger
Center for Brain Research,
Division for Cognitive Neurobiology,
Medical University of Vienna, Austria
Prefrontal circuits for decision making SFB1134 Daniel Durstewitz
red.gif 05.12.18, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Marc Busche, MD, PhD
UK Dementia Research Institute,
University College London
Cellular underpinnings of progression in Alzheimer’s disease Ulrike Müller
red.gif 12.12.18, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof. Angelika Lampert
Institute of Physiology
RWTH Aachen University
Escape the rodent trap: iPSC-derived sensory neurons for pain research SFB1158 Katrin Schrenk-Siemens
yellow.gif 19.12.18, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
red.gif 16.01.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Pico Caroni
Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI),
Basel, Switzerland
Implementation of flexible learning in the brain IZN PhD Students
red.gif 30.01.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Maarten H.P. Kole
Netherlands Institute For Neuroscience, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Physiology of the myelin sheath, beyond speed and precision SFB1134 Maren Engelhardt
red.gif 13.02.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Christopher C. Lapish
Indiana University – Purdue University of Indianapolis
Department of Psychology
Indianapolis, USA
Intention signals in prefrontal cortex and compulsive drinking SFB1134 Daniel Durstewitz
red.gif 27.02.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Tania Rinaldi Barkat
Department of Biomedicine
Basel University, Switzerland
Critical periods for plasticity in the developing auditory system Annarita Patrizi
red.gif 13.03.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Prof. Jochen Staiger
University Medical Center, Center of Anatomy, Department of Neuroanatomy, Göttingen
More than just inhibition: cortical GABAergic neurons revisited SFB1134 Maren Engelhardt
red.gif 27.03.19, 13:00
INF 306, HS2
  Fabian C. Roth
Division of Physiology, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences,
University of Oslo,
Fast action potential signaling in parvalbumin-expressing interneuron axons SFB1134


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