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Prof. Dr. med. Tanja Kuhlmann: Effects of aging and inflammation on oligodendrocytes

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„Neurologie 2023: Was gibt es Neues?“


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Neuroimmunological Colloquium

Prof. Dr. Britta Engelhardt: The role of the brain barriers in CNS immunity and neuroinflammation

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Deutsche Neurowissenschaften-Olympiade 2023

Registration deadline: February 25, 2023!

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Location: Bonn, Berlin, Heidelberg, Frankfurt

Women in Memory Research Conference 2023

WiMR 2023: Call for Applications

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Mental Health Design Hackathon

Register by February 15, 2023

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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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How do we make vital decisions?

If we’re hungry, we should stay awake and eat. If we’re tired, we should sleep instead of eating. It’s obvious that the behaviors involved in eating and sleeping are mutually exclusive. But how does the brain determine which set of behaviors is the right one at any given time? Dr. David Owald, a professor who works in neurophysiology and behavioral science at Charité –Universitätsmedizin Berlin, is delving into this question using the tiny brains of fruit flies as a model.

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Rainwater Prize for Innovative Early-Career Scientist:

Dr. Wegmann, Research Group Leader at DZNE and ECN Member, is studying tau protein actions in neurodegenerative diseases by utilizing different experimental models and methodologies to discover tau's normal function and misfunction in the diseased brain.

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€60 million committed to establish AI and robotics in healthcare

The EU project TEF-Health aims to test and validate innovative artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics solutions for the healthcare sector and accelerate their path to market. It is led by ECN Member Prof. Petra Ritter, who heads the Brain Simulation Section at the Berlin Institute of Health at Charité (BIH) and at the Department of Neurology and Experimental Neurology of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin.

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