Multimodal neuroimaging in patients from the psychosis spectrum

Florian Schlagenhauf, Prof. Dr.

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Mental Representations of Tactile Information

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The neurobiology of psychedelic substances

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Seminar: The neurobiology of psychedelic substances

Neural mechanisms generating temporal variability

Luca Mazzucato, University of Oregon

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UPDATE AMYLOIDOSE

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A rich repertoire of innate immune responses in stroke: why, how, and what for?

Anna M. Planas, PhD

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FU Berlin: Seminar Series, Lucia Melloni

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BCCN Berlin talks: Fatma Deniz

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Consciousness and the brain: comparing and testing neuroscientific theories of consciousness

Liad Mudrik

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FU Berlin: Seminar Series, Victor Lamme

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Neuroscience Colloquium

Maternal nutritional programming of brain development

Rachel Lippert, DIFE

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Growing up in Science - Dr. Bettina Bewernick

The personal narratives of scientists
A monthly online talk-series by Scholar Minds
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MRI in NMOSD: Regional and International Findings

Claudia Chien, PhD
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The rhythm of (tactile) perception - how prestimulus neuronal oscillations influence perception

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BCCN talks: Thomas Oertner

Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf

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Neuroscience Colloquium

Christian Meisel,

Clinic for Neurology with Experimental Neurology, Charite

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Sexual dimorphism in models of diabetic retinopathy

Susanne Wolf, PhD
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Neuroscience Colloquium

Towards a neural circuit for decision confidence
Torben Ott, Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (BCCN)
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Neuroscience Colloquium

Replay in the human brain and how to measure it with fMRI
Nicholas Schuck, Max Planck Institute for Human Development
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Growing up in Science - Prof. Dr. Britta Eickholt

The personal narratives of scientists
A monthly online talk-series by Scholar Minds
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Winter School Ethics of Neuroscience and AI

Scientific organizers: John-Dylan Haynes and Thomas Schmidt

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Neuroscience Colloquium

Molecular mechanisms of forgetting
Camin Dean, DZNE
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Neurosciences in Berlin – International PhD Fellowships

The Einstein Center for Neurosciences Berlin (ECN) invites applications for
its PhD program. Students currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s program
and expecting to graduate before October 2022 are encouraged to apply.

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ECN Lab for Open Innovation in Science

This year’s Lab for Open Innovation in Science (LOIS) for the ECN PhD students took place in Berlin. 

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The new ECN cohort of PhD students has started

We would like to extend a warm welcome to you as you begin your first academic year here in Berlin with the ECN. We are happy that you have chosen to become a member of our neuroscience community!

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