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Berlin Brains 2021: Gedächtnis und Müdigkeit

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Digitale Fortbildungsakademie Schlaganfall

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Digitale Informationsreihe Schlaganfall für Betroffene und Interessierte

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Epilepsie Online-Fortbildungsakademie

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Jude Mitchell: Neural mechanisms of active vision in the marmoset monkey

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Berlin Brains 2021: KI und maschinelles Lernen

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Digitale Informationsreihe Schlaganfall für Betroffene und Interessierte

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Digitale Fortbildungsakademie Schlaganfall

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NEST Conference 2021

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Digitale Informationsreihe Schlaganfall für Betroffene und Interessierte

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Welcome to the Einstein Center for Neurosciences Berlin

This Center was founded to provide an umbrella structure to foster interdisciplinary, collaborative research; harmonize and combine the many existing graduate programs in Berlin; and improve international visibility. We want to facilitate further synergies among the different research groups and promote interactions at all levels.

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As the magazine of the Medical Neurosciences Program, the CNS Newsletter is created by and published every three months for the Neuroscience community in Berlin by current and former MedNeuro students.

Each issue includes a series of articles focused on a theme – a topic related to neuroscience or academia in general – and a number of timely, non-theme articles.

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Controlled scar formation in the brain

When the brain suffers injury or infection, glial cells surrounding the affected site act to preserve the brain’s sensitive nerve cells and prevent excessive damage. A team of researchers from Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin have been able to demonstrate the important role played by the reorganization of the structural and membrane elements of glial cells. The researchers’ findings, which have been published in Nature Communications*, shed light on a new neuroprotective mechanism which the brain could use to actively control damage following neurological injury or disease.

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NeuroCure Postdoc Fellowships for Female Neuroscientists

After a competitive selection process - seven excellent candidates were awarded for NeuroCure Postdoc Fellowships for Female Neuroscientists

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