Mittwochsveranstaltung der Berliner Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie und Neurologie

Location: Hörsaal der Nervenklinik der Charité Campus Mitte (Charitéplatz 1 in 10117 Berlin)

Neuroscience Colloquium: Kate O'Connor-Giles

"Communication in neural circuits: from genes to synapse formation, function and plasticity"

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Healthy Algorithms? Women and AI in Healthcare (In German)

Location: Hörsaalruine Charité Berlin, Virchowweg 16, 10117 Berlin

Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Miklos Palotai

Neurogenic determinants of fatigue in multiple sclerosis.

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Location: Charité Campus Mitte, Ferdinand Sauerbruch Hörsaal 4, Hufelandweg 6, 10117 Berlin

One year Charité 3R: Results and perspectives

Location: CCO Auditorium, Virchowweg 6, Campus Charité Mitte, 10117 Berlin

Systems Biology Lectures - Emerging views in 3D genomics: Irina Solovei

Spatial organization of transcribed genes in eukaryotic cells

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Location: BIMSB, Large Conference Room, Hannoversche Str. 28, 10115 Berlin

Neuroprotektion und Regeneration bei Schlaganfall: experimentelle und klinische Perspektive

Location: Hörsaal der „Alten Nervenklinik“, Charité Campus-Mitte, Bonhoefferweg 3, 10117 Berlin

Neuroscience Colloquium: Loren Frank

"Understanding the brain's model of the external world"

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Location: Paul-Ehrlich Lecturehall, Virchowweg 4, next to CCO

Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Sandra Amor

Oligodendrocyte Stress - a trigger of microglia in Multiple Sclerosis

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Location: Charité Campus Mitte, Ferdinand Sauerbruch Hörsaal 4, Hufelandweg 6, 10117 Berlin

Systems Biology Lectures - Emerging views in 3D genomics: Boyan Bonev

Epigenetic regulation of cell fate decisions in the developing brain

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Location: BIMSB, Large Conference Room, Hannoversche Str. 28, 10115 Berlin

Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Marlen Alisch

Effects of NMO patients' sera on human astrocytes.

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Location: Charité Campus Mitte, Ferdinand Sauerbruch Hörsaal 4, Hufelandweg 6, 10117 Berlin

Systems Biology Lectures - Emerging views in 3D genomics: Jim Hughes

Interpreting the non-coding genome in health and disease

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Location: BIMSB, Large Conference Room, Hannoversche Str. 28, 10115 Berlin

Neuroscience Colloquium: Megan Carey

"Understanding the complex behaviors of the 'simple' cerebellar circuit"

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Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Harald Prüß

Anti-neuronal autoantibodies - do they explain everything in neurology and psychiatry?

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Location: Charité Campus Mitte, Ferdinand Sauerbruch Hörsaal 4, Hufelandweg 6, 10117 Berlin

Systems Biology Lectures - Emerging views in 3D genomics: Nadine Vastenhouw

Firing up the genome. The role of nuclear organization in developmental gene expression

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Location: BIMSB, Large Conference Room, Hannoversche Str. 28, 10115 Berlin

Neuroscience Colloquium: Camilla Bellone

"Neural circuit underlying social Motivation"

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Location: Paul-Ehrlich Lecturehall, Virchowweg 4, next to CCO

Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Hadas Stiebel-Kalish

Through the looking glass: Neuromyelitis optica in the emergency room.

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Location: Charité Campus Mitte, Ferdinand Sauerbruch Hörsaal 4, Hufelandweg 6, 10117 Berlin

Systems Biology Lectures - Emerging views in 3D genomics: Manolis Dermitzakis

Looking under the hood: studying genetic variation in the context of 3D genome complexity

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Location: BIMSB, Large Conference Room, Hannoversche Str. 28, 10115 Berlin

Neuroscience Colloquium: Tommaso Fellin

"Optical dissection of the thalamocortical circuits underlying the processing of sensory information in the mouse somatosensory system"

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Location: Paul-Ehrlich Lecturehall, Virchowweg 4, next to CCO

ImprovScience Barcamp - "Unconference" on Strategies for Research Improvement

Location: Berlin Institute of Health, Anna-Louisa-Karsch-Str. 2, 10178 Berlin

REWARD - EQUATOR Conference 2020

Topic: Sharing Strategies for Research Improvement

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Location: Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus, Luisenstr. 58/59, 10117 Berlin

Neuroscience Colloquium: Xiangmin Xu

"Illuminating spatial learning and memory neural circuits in health and disease"

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Location: Paul-Ehrlich Lecturehall, Virchowweg 4, next to CCO

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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Neurosciences in Berlin – International PhD Fellowships Call for applications for MSc and PhD students

The Einstein Center for Neurosciences (ECN) and the International Graduate Program Medical Neurosciences in Berlin are now recruiting students for their programs (MSc, PhD or MD/PhD)!

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Funding for excellent junior clinical neuroscientists at the Charité

The Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin is one of six locations selected by the Hertie Foundation for the newly established Hertie Network of Excellence in Clinical Neuroscience. The strategic network and career development program for clinical neurosciences will initially receive a total of five million euros in funding for three years. Of this amount, 660,000 euros will go to four young researchers at the Charité.

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First international vocation Einstein-Profile-Professorship program

With the support of the Einstein Foundation, Berlin's universities have succeeded in attracting three internationally renowned researchers to Berlin as a location for science on a permanent basis. Physicist Cecilia Clementi moves from Rice University to Freie Universität Berlin, neuroscientist Roberto Cabeza from Duke University to Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. The neurobiologist Benjamin Judkewitz could be kept at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin. They are the first to receive funding in the program line "Einstein Profile Professorship".

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