1. Charité 3R Curriculum
    Location: Charité Campus Mitte & Campus Virchow-Klinikum

    Charité 3R offers its “3R Curriculum on Animal Ethics and the 3R Principle in Biomedical Research”. Find out more here!

  2. Neural Traces 2024
    Location: PTB Berlin

    Neural Traces is an onsite, three-day workshop on methods in electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography (M/EEG) and their clinical applications. Find out more and register!

  3. Introduction to Science Communication and Public Engagement
    Location: online

    Developing an understanding of typical transition stressors and building a toolkit of sustainable strategies to manage stress in transition can help you build resilience and cultivate work habits that support mental health. Find out more here!

    Networking for Scientists: Building a Professional Relationship
    Location: Dahlem Research School, room 004

    Learn how to use the strengths that you have to successfully build a network, how and when to prioritize networking in the workplace, and what to do if you feel like networking just isn’t your thing. Find out more here!

  4. 7. Internationales Schlaganfallsymposium
    Location: Kaiserin-Friedrich-Haus

    Die Veranstaltung wird in Zusammenarbeit vom Kompetenznetz Schlaganfall und dem Centrum für Schlaganfallforschung Berlin ausgerichtet. Unter dem Motto Schlaganfall als Systemerkrankung sollen gemeinsam aktuelle Ergebnisse und Entwicklungen im Bereich der Pathogenese, Prävention und Rehabilitation des Schlaganfalls erörtert werden. Bitte über das Anmeldeformular registrieren! Mehr Informationen finden Sie hier.

    MDC: Music meets Science

    Pianist Noelia Rodiles will play works by Haydn, Schubert and Liszt on the piano.
    In her lecture, Dr. Uta Höpken (Max Delbrück Center) will report on "Designer immune cells against cancer".

    The lecture will be in German. They can translate questions and answers on request. Find out more here!

    Berlin Brains on Tour: "Dein Gehirn Hört immer zu"
    Location: Urania Berlin

    Die Leichtigkeit, mit der unser Gehirn die Welt interpretiert, ist bisher von keiner Maschine erreicht worden. In den Nervenzellen treffen Signale über aktuelle Empfindungen auf Erwartungen, die auf erinnerten Ereignissen beruhen. Hören Sie genau hin, wenn Livia de Hoz und Carolin Gehr vom Neuroscience Research Center der Charité Universitätsmedizin anhand akustischer Beispiele zeigen, wie das Gehirn dabei relevante von irrelevanten Signalen unterscheidet und wie sich das auf unser Hörerlebnis auswirkt.
    Moderation: Jochen Müller.

    Mehr Informationen finden Sie hier!

  5. Frühjahrstagung der Berliner Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie und Neurologie (BGPN)
    Location: Hörsaal im Kaiserin-Friedrich-Haus
    · „Konzepte der Palliativmedizin“ - Dr. med. Bettina Jürries (Klinik für Anästhesiologie m. S. operative Intensivmedizin, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin)
    · „PalliativeCare in der Neurologie“ - PD Dr. med. Alexander Kowski (OA Klinik für Neurologie mit Experimenteller Neurologie, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin)
    · „Palliativmedizinische Konzepte in der Psychiatrie“ - Dr. med. Anna Westermair (Institut für Biomedizinische Ethik u. Medizingeschichte/IBME, Universität Zürich)
    · „Fragen der Palliativmedizin auf einer neurologischen Intensivstation“ - PD Dr. Benjamin Hotter (Klinik f. Neurologie mit Experimenteller Neurologie, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin)
    · „Diamorphinbehandlung in Berlin“ - Dr. med. Thomas Peschel (niedergelassener Facharzt für Psychiatrie u. Psychotherapie, Leipzig)
  6. MDC: Talking Biography: Sofia Forslund
    Location: Berlin Institute of Health (BIH)

    A networking event for female, trans*, inter* and non-binary scientists.

    Sofia Kirke Forslund-Startceva trained as a molecular biotechnologist and bioinformatician in her native Sweden, expanding into microbiome data analysis during her post-doc years at EMBL Heidelberg. Working on health associations of the gut microbiome, its interactions with medications and on the propagation of antibiotic resistance genes, Sofia took up a junior group leader position at the Max Delbrück Center in Berlin in 2018, with her Host-Microbiome Factors in Cardiovascular Disease lab based at the Experimental and Clinical Research Centre (ECRC).

    Her interest in DEI work in institutions reflect both her feminist convictions and her experiences as a neurodivergent LGBTQ individual living in nontraditional relationships.

    Further information

    Charité Management Lecture
    Location: Hörsaalruine der Charité (Charité Campus Mitte)

    Die Bedeutung von klinischen Innovationen und Unternehmensgründungen durch die Universitätsmedizin hat in den letzten Jahren deutlich zugenommen. Diese Entwicklung zwingt Universitätskliniken, ihre Führungs- und Managementansätze entsprechend weiterzuentwickeln, um den neuen unternehmerischen Herausforderungen erfolgreich begegnen zu können. Für Führungskräfte und Mitarbeitende der Charité bedeutet dies, die Unternehmenskultur des Klinikums im Sinne von Fortschritt und Innovation proaktiv mitzugestalten.

    Die Stiftung Charité und die Strategische Entwicklung der Charité laden Sie daher herzlich ein zur anstehenden Charité Management Lecture mit dem Thema Innovationen an der Charité – Wege zum Erfolg, mit Vorträgen von Prof. Dr. Eicke Latz und Dr. Markus Müschenich. Registrieren Sie sich hier!

  7. Symposium:"Human Pluripotent Stem Cells - Past, Present and Future"
    Location: Harnack-Haus Tagungsstätte der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft

    The event will focus on recent progress but also on the challenges which remain to be addressed for delivering the clinical promises of human pluripotent stem cells. Experts from a diversity of fields will share their experience and the symposium will aim to facilitate interactions between participants. Many top-class speakers enrich the symposium, among them Fabian Bachinger (BIH) and Carla Frau (BIH). Find out more here!

    Academia, Industry, and Beyond: Understanding the Postdoc in Germany and Exploring Potential Paths
    Location: Fraunhoferstraße 33-36, 10587 Berlin, FH 1005

    This workshop is tailored for international researchers with PhDs aiming for or currently pursuing academic careers in Germany. It covers two main areas:

    Understanding the German Academic System: Participants will learn about the structure and culture of German academia, including career paths, the role of committees, and essential knowledge about rights and responsibilities. It aims to demystify the German academic landscape, highlighting opportunities and necessary steps for a successful postdoctoral career.

    Career Paths Beyond Postdoc: The workshop also addresses the challenges of career planning post-PhD, emphasizing self-awareness and career orientation. It explores personal motivations, skills, and strengths, and offers tools for mapping out future career paths, whether within academia, industry, or beyond. Participants will learn to evaluate their options based on their competencies and goals, preparing them for a smooth transition to their next career phase.

    Register here

    MDC: Nature journals meet Berlin life sciences
    Location: MDC-BIMSB | Elsa Neumann room 0.61

    Publishing in prestigious journals is one of the most important, yet highly mysterious processes in science. Many myths exist about how to get a paper published in so-called high impact journals. In this event, we bring together editors from journals of the Nature press family with the Berlin life science community. Please register and join us if you are interested.

    Fundamentals of Responsible Research
    Location: BIH QUEST Center

    The aim is to acquire fundamentals in good scientific practice with the focus on biomedical research and gain modern research competencies from your research idea and research question to a good scientific paper. In addition to content-related topics, you will learn everything about formal requirements, getting practical tips and get to know problem-solving strategies.

    The course consists of 3 modules:
    1. Before you start your thesis
    2. Before you collect your data
    3. Before you write up your thesis

    Register here!

  8. Arbeitswerkzeug Stimme - Kompaktworkshop für eine starke Stimme im wissenschaftlichen Berufsalltag als Postdoc
    Location: WBZ FU Berlin, Otto-von-Simson-Straße 13, 14195 Berlin, Raum 109

    Insbesondere in der Postdoc-Phase ist die Etablierung der eigenen Forschung zentral. Die Stimme ist dabei das wichtigste Werkzeug um Inhalte klar und überzeugend darzustellen. Im Verlauf einer langjährigen Karriere als Berufssprechende können Wissenschaftler*innen ihre gesunde und belastbare Stimme vor allem dann verlässlich nutzen, wenn sie ihre Stimme über die gesamte Zeit der Berufstätigkeit pflegen und die Tragfähigkeit und Belastbarkeit der eigenen Stimme unterstützen. Insbesondere als Postdoc mit besonderen eigenen Verantwortungsbereichen in Forschung und Lehre ist eine tragfähige und belastbare Stimme für die fachliche und persönliche Weiterentwicklung, vor allem hinsichtlich der Vorbereitung auf eine Professur, besonders wichtig. Anmeldung

    BCCN Alumni Lecture Series: Katharina Wilmes & Frederic Roemschied
    Location: BCCN Berlin, Haus 6 - lecture hall 9 / online

    Speaker: Katharina Wilmes, Universität Bern
    Titel: Uncertainty-modulated prediction errors in cortical microcircuits

    More info and abstract!

    Speaker: Frederic Roemschied, European Neuroscience Institute, Göttingen
    Titel: A novel framework for social learning in Drosophila

    More info and abstract!

    Join the online version of the talk here.

  9. Digital Technologies in Global Mental Health

    In addition to various lectures and a panel discussion, several collaborative sessions are planned in which you can exchange ideas across disciplines, moderated and accompanied by experts - from machine learning in digital interventions to cultural adaptation to other contexts.  Simply apply via our website or send an email to annikastefanie.reinhold@zi-mannheim.de.

    Good Scientific Practice in Natural and Life Sciences
    Location: online

    Increase the Awareness for Good Scientific Practice; Integration of Good Scientific Practice into Daily Work; Prevent Problems; Encourage Problem Solving. Register here!

    BUA Writing Café
    Location: online

    Take the opportunity to regularly (every Thursday) devote time to your writing projects among peers. Write on your project in a group, alone or in tandems. An expert will be present for some time slots to answer questions and provide brief one-on-one consultations.

    Register online here!

  10. Feedback Resilience Workshop: Gaining back your wellbeing
    Location: online

    Learn to navigate receiving and giving feedback in academia effectively and confidently. Participants will learn mindset, strategies, and tactics, to transform critical feedback into opportunities for growth. In interactive sessions, postdocs will gain the tools needed to not only survive but thrive in the competitive academic landscape. Working as postdoctoral researchers means working in a highly competitive, international, and hierarchical environment. One of the most frequently named stress factors in research is feedback: how it is delivered (or avoided), the messages it contains, and how difficult it often is both to receive and to give feedback. And yet, it is an essential part of research. Looking at concrete communication methods (based on Nonviolent Communication) as well as at psychosocial roots for our difficulties with feedback, this interactive workshop is designed to offer perspectives, tools and practice to make both giving and receiving feedback more effective and enjoyable.

    Register here

    NeuroPhaseClinic Seminar: "Molecular and cellular mechanisms of late endosomal autophagy-dependent unconventional secretion - importance in glioblastoma.”
    Location: Charité CrossOver Building, Room 04.003
    Dr. Thierry Galli a professor and director at the Institute of Psychiatry and Neuroscience of Paris is holding a talk at the NeuroPhaseClinic seminar series on: "Molecular and cellular mechanisms of late endosomal autophagy-dependent unconventional secretion - importance in glioblastoma.
     
    The Galli lab investigates the intricacies of the intracellular membrane trafficking in healthy and diseased brain: https://ipnp.paris5.inserm.fr/research/teams-and-projects/15-equipe-galli
  11. 5. Reinickendorfer Epilepsieseminar

    Wie in jedem Frühjahr möchten sind Sie sehr herzlich zum (analogen) Reinickendorfer Epilepsie- und EEG-Seminar eingeladen – mit spannenden Fallvignetten, klinisch relevanten Updates und einem EEG-Tutorial für Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene.

  12. MDC Seminar: Mareike Albert
    Location: BIMSB, Large conference room

    An exciting seminar series hosted by the Max Delbrück Center! This talk will be held by Mareike Albert from the Technical University Dresden.

  13. Academic Publishing for Postdocs: Strategy and Self-Marketing
    Location: online

    This practice-oriented workshop develops the foundations of a successful academic publishing strategy for postdoc scholars. The participants will learn how to assess their research in the context of the scientific publishing market and develop a publication strategy in line with their individual career goals.

    Register here

  14. Mastering Journal Publication & Peer Review
    Location: Dahlem Research School, room 004

    Learn how to maximize the impact of journal articles and grant proposals and explore how to navigate the peer review and the broader publication process as well as what editors and reviewers expect from journal articles and grant proposals. Furthermore, learn how to deal with feedback and criticism in different cultures. Find out more!

    Tag des Versuchstiers an der Charité
    Location: Auditorium des CCO

    Während der Internationale Tag des Versuchstiers seit seiner Gründung 1962 als jährliche Erinnerung zur Abschaffung der Tierversuche verstanden wurde, möchten wir besonders an diesem Tag unseren Respekt gegenüber den Versuchstieren ausdrücken. Der Respekt vor dem Leben, das wir als FEM und als Forschende züchten, erhalten und schließlich auch beenden, muss unser ethischer Leitfaden im täglichen Arbeiten bleiben.

    Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  15. Neue Wege für Postdocs: Profilbildung für den Arbeitsmarkt
    Location: ZEWK TU Berlin, Fraunhoferstraße 33-36, 10587 Berlin, R. FH 1005

    Wussten Sie schon, dass im Mittel aller Fächer nur 2% der Promovierten eine Professur bekommen? Aber: Welche beruflichen Alternativen gibt es neben der Wissenschaft? Entwickeln Sie erst Ihr Profil – und finden dann einen Job, der zu Ihnen passt. Sie sind Postdoktorand*in und fragen sich, welche beruflichen Alternativen es auf dem außeruniversitären Arbeitsmarkt gibt? Damit sind Sie nicht allein – die große Mehrheit der Promovierten verlässt die Wissenschaft. Promovierte sind sehr gut in den außeruniversitären Arbeitsmarkt integriert – die Frage ist nur: Welcher Job passt zu Ihnen?

    Anmeldung

    SFB1315 Girls' Day 2024
    Location: Berlin Museum of Medical History

    A campus tour and lab visit held by the SFB 1315 with short lectures held by scientists of the lab. Find out more and register here!

    Career Day 2024
    Location: online

    Look forward to panel discussions, networking opportunities and get in touch with renowned international companies from sectors like AI development, energy supply, industrial R&D, consulting, chemical industry, science management, the pharma industry and many more. You can choose one out of different workshops to best be prepared for your switch into industry! Further information

    MDC Girls' Day: IT Girls in der Biomedizin

    Herzlich willkommen zum Girls‘ Day am Max Delbrück Center!

    Die Azubis, Forscherinnen und IT-Fachfrauen zeigen Euch ihren Berufsalltag und erzählen Euch, warum sie ihren Beruf gewählt haben, wie ihr Weg dahin ausgesehen hat und was daran so cool ist. Einblicke in die biomedizinische Spitzenforschung gibt es natürlich auch.

    Dieses Angebot ist ab Klassenstufe 8 (mind. 13 Jahre alt). Further information

    BUA Writing Café
    Location: online

    Take the opportunity to regularly (every Thursday) devote time to your writing projects among peers. Write on your project in a group, alone or in tandems. An expert will be present for some time slots to answer questions and provide brief one-on-one consultations.

    Register online here!

    Center for Stroke Research Berlin (CSB) Seminar
    Location: online
    Dr. med. Markus Klammer: "Stroke Lesion Volume is Associated with Atrial Fibrillation Detected After Stroke (AFDAS) – Tracing Neurogenic AFDAS"
     
  16. Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Shohreh Issazadeh

    Prof. Shohreh Issazadeh will hold a talk about “FoxA1 Tregulatory cells, players in Multiple Sclerosis and NMOSD“.

  17. Charité - Digitale Fortbildungsakademie Schlaganfall

    Dr. Frank Hamilton, Leitender Oberarzt der Klinik für Neurologie, Vivantes Auguste-Viktoria-Klinikum „Wie sieht die Akutversorgung des Schlaganfalls aus?“

    Anmeldung und Fragen: Geschäftsstelle Berliner Schlaganfall-Allianz e.V., Email-Adresse: veranstaltungen@schlaganfall-allianz.de)
    Die Teilnahme ist für Mitarbeitende der Mitgliedseinrichtungen der BSA/Mitarbeiter der Charité kostenfrei und für Externe kostenpflichtig (die Gebühr beträgt 50 € pro Veranstaltung); wir bitten um verbindliche Anmeldung über die o. g. Email-Adresse! Bei der Registrierungsstelle beruflich Pflegender können für die Veranstaltungen Fortbildungspunkte geltend gemacht werden.
    Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf der Homepage!

  18. Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  19. From Pain to Suffering: Determining the Driving Factors of Burden and Disability in Chronic Pain
    Location: Festsaal, Luisenstr. 56, 10117 Berlin

    Chronic pain is one of the most prevalent and disabling conditions worldwide. Despite the devastating impact that chronic pain can have in limiting quality of life, we still have not yet been able to provide effective strategies to alleviate its burdens and understand its nature from a scientific perspective. However, mounting evidence substantiates that persistent or recurrent pain does not neatly correspond to the suffering that accompanies it. Therefore, a promising strategy for future research is to focus less on the pain and more on the aspect of suffering itself. The aim of the proposed conference is to motivate this shift in debate, both theoretically and practically, and to prepare the ground to better understand the driving factors of the burden and disability in chronic pain. Addressing this challenge is a genuine interdisciplinary endeavour bringing together philosophers, quantitative and qualitative researchers, as well as clinical practitioners.

    Register here!

    9th European Synapse Meeting

    Three days filled with symposia and discussions around all things related to synapses. The 9th ESM will be hosted by Campus Buch, home to the Leibniz-Forschungs-institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP) and the Max Delbrück Center (MDC). Find out more and register here!

    BUA Writing Café
    Location: online

    Take the opportunity to regularly (every Thursday) devote time to your writing projects among peers. Write on your project in a group, alone or in tandems. An expert will be present for some time slots to answer questions and provide brief one-on-one consultations.

    Register online here!

  20. Das Exposé zur Dissertation
    Location: Dahlem Research School, room 004

    (NUR für Promovierende der FU aus den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften)

    In diesem Workshop werden Anforderungen an Exposés für verschiedene Anlässe besprochen, sich mit dem Aufbau und Inhalt eines Exposés befasst sowie Tipps für das Schreiben eines gelungenen Proposals gegeben. Find out more here!

  21. The International Presentation: Speaking to Intercultural Audiences
    Location: ZEWK TU Berlin, Fraunhoferstraße 33-36, 10587 Berlin, Room 1005

    Do you want to enhance your international presentation skills as a Postdoc? Learn from the best speakers around the world, unravel the story behind your project’s facts and figures, and gain professional feedback on your speech delivery. But there is even more to it: Learn how to communicate with people from diverse cultural backgrounds. Are you ready to engage with an interculturally diverse audience? This seminar is your gateway to mastering the art of captivating presentations in an international setting. We will focus on presentations, and on role plays with qualified feedback, complemented by content-related input quickies.

    Register here

    Meta-Research Methods: How to study something that has disappeared: Tracing research data repository shutdown
    Location: online

    Speaker: Dorothea Strecker, Berlin School of Library and Information Science, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

    Paper: Disappearing repositories: Taking an infrastructure perspective on the long-term availability of research data

    Find out more here!

  22. EMBO networking and information event
    Location: Hörsaalruine, Berlin Museum of Medical History
    This is a special information and networking session organized by EMBO and hosted by the Charité and Berlin Institute of Health. This session aims to provide PhD students and postdoctoral researchers with valuable insights into funding opportunities for life scientists in Germany. Participants will have the chance to attend presentations, engage in a Q&A session, and network with EMBO Members. Refreshments will be available throughout the event.
    Attached please find the flyer for more information. Please register as soon as possible as seats are limited.
  23. Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

    BEMC: "Causal confusions correlate with casual conclusions”
    Location: Paul Ehrlich Hörsaal (Campus Charité Mitte) or online
    Julia Rohrer from Leipzig University will give a talk entitled "Causal confusions correlate with casual conclusions”

    "Correlation does not imply causation; some fields of research have taken this as a reason to teach causal inference primarily in the context of randomized experiments. This has led to some confusion about, for example, the purpose of prediction, and the utility of longitudinal data. In this talk, I will suggest that some of this may be strategic: Being ambiguous about the purpose of an analysis can be a way to have your cake and eat it too. I will discuss potential countermeasures, such as restructuring methods training and requiring transparency about estimands on the journal level."

    Registration for
    in-person attendance;
    Registration for remote attendance via Zoom.
  24. 9th international conference on Systems Biology of Mammalian Cells

    9th international conference on Systems Biology of Mammalian Cells SBMC 2024 on 13 – 15 May in the Paulinum, the resurrected intellectual and spiritual center of the University of Leipzig: “Translating Systems Medicine into the clinics”.
    The aim is to bring together an interdisciplinary community of Molecular Biologists, Modelers and Clinicians to exchange expertise and provide ample opportunities for inspiring discussions!

    Register here!

    EMBO Workshop on Molecular Neurobiology

    This is a workshop covering the latest breakthroughs in structural biology, biophysics, imaging, and biological models in neurobiology. Given its cross-disciplinary nature, this EMBO workshop presents a broad overview of the field and an insight into the latest technologies and results. It provides a space for learning, for forging new collaborations, and for presenting ideas that will contribute to the future of molecular neurobiology.
    The workshop also presents an excellent opportunity for early-career scientists to present their work, with poster sessions and a large number of talks that will be selected from submitted abstracts.

    Find out more here!

    ReThink3R workshop
    Location: Charité Campus Virchow-Klinikum

    Charité 3R and the ReThink3R team invite you to this interactive ReThink 3R workshop. Think about new approaches regarding the 3Rs and figure out why their implementation in your daily research is sometimes challenging. By using Design Thinking methods, you will get an unbiased and playful approach to the 3Rs, you will find creative space to exchange experiences and to work on ways to further implement these principles. The courses are aimed at national and international Postdocs and doctoral students affiliated to any university. Find out more here!

    Make Headway with your Research Paper – Writing Sessions for Postdocs
    Location: TU Berlin Erweiterungsbau Neubau, Straße des 17. Juni 145, Raum 323

    This workshop aims to motivate postdoctoral researchers to move forward with their current article. Not only will we make use of the inspiring energy of writing together, but we will also profit from the pragmatic approach towards writing that leads to faster results. Apart from the writing sessions, there will be phases of input and group work, in which we discuss both the basics of the peer review and the question how to find regular writing times. Another central part will be the analysis of an article from your journal of choice. During the writing times, the trainer is available for a short coaching in a separate room.

    Register here

    Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Sebastian Torke

    Dr. Sebastian Torke from the MDC Berlin will hold a talk about “BTK inhibitors in Multiple Sclerosis: a novel avenue for targeting active as well as progressive disease?“

  25. SFB 1315 Lecture Series: "Neural Replay, sharp wave ripples and cognition"
    Location: BCCN Berlin, Haus 6 - lecture hall 9 / online

    The SFB Lecture Series is a monthly event hosting international researchers to hold talks about Memory and Cognition. See an overview of all the talks and details here!

  26. ILAE School on Neuroimaging 2024
    Location: Potsdam / Online

    A fascinating symposium about all things related to neuroimaging in Epilepsy. Find out everything you wanted to know in 4 days! All information can be found here!

    Segerfalk Symposium 2024: Neuroepigenetics in Health and Disease
    Location: Segerfalk Lecture Hall, Biomedical Center, A10, Sölvegatan 17, Lund

    Fascinating talks ranging from genomics, evolution, and ageing to neuroinflammation. The event is fully booked but you can sign up for the waitlest here!

    The voice as a key working tool in science - Strategies for a strong, healthy and resilient voice for postdoctoral researchers
    Location: WBZ FU Berlin, Otto-von-Simson-Str. 13, 14195 Berlin, Room 109

    Especially in the environment of postdoctoral research it is essential to highlight relevant outcomes of your individual research. At that point strong vocal expression is a key working tool for clear and convincing presentation of scientific work. To keep the voice strong and healthy over a long period of the career requires not only regular caring but most importantly to learn precise strategies in order to support vocal strength and resilience.

    Register here

    Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  27. A short introduction to research data management
    Location: online

    The event is aimed at researchers and teachers at Freie Universität Berlin who would like to get a first overview of the central aspects and fields of action of research data management. Find out more here!

  28. Wissenschaftsmanagement als Beruf? Arbeitswelt und Einstiegsoptionen
    Location: online

    Das Wissenschaftsmanagement bietet zahlreiche attraktive Karrieremöglichkeiten an Universitäten und Hochschulen, in Forschungseinrichtungen, wissenschaftspolitischen Institutionen und Stiftungen. Aber wo in diesem facettenreichen Berufsfeld könnte der passende Job für mich sein?

    Anmeldung

  29. 11th Biennial Neuroscience Conference NEURIZONS 2024

    NEURIZONS is a place where graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and principal investigators gather to listen to renowned speakers from various scientific fields and discuss a wide range of topics within the fascinating field of Neuroscience.

  30. Academic Choices – Non Academic Choices: Deciding between the two
    Location: online

    In the years after completing their doctorate, many doctoral graduates are faced with the question of whether they want to stay in academia or whether they want to pursue a career outside academia. The question is not an easy one, especially because there are very few permanent positions available in academia in the long term. How can postdocs make a good decision here? What skills are in demand inside and outside academia? What can help to assess the prospects of success as realistically as possible? In this short online workshop, we will explore these questions and develop initial hypotheses against the background of the participants’ individual situations.

    Register here

    Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  31. 12th Brain Tumor Meeting 2024
    Location: Max Delbrück Communications Center (MDC.C)

    The 12th Brain Tumor Meeting will take place at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in Berlin (Germany) in 2024. The Brain Tumor meeting is an open scientific forum organized to foster the development of multi-center, international and inter-disciplinary collaborations that will lead to a better understanding of the etiology, biology, outcomes and prevention of brain tumors.

    Further information
    Registration

  32. Meine Forschung und ihre gesellschaftliche Wirkung - Selbstreflexionen im Kontext von Transdisziplinarität
    Location: TU Berlin Erweiterungsbau Neubau, Straße des 17. Juni 145, Raum: 323

    Wo stehe ich mit meiner Forschung – und wie kann ich mit dieser gesellschaftlichen Problemstellungen begegnen? Fragen, in welchem Verhältnis die eigene Forschung zur Gesellschaft steht, werden in der Postdoc-Phase immer wichtiger. Klarheit bringen ein transdisziplinärer Forschungsmodus und Methoden zur Reflexion. Lernen Sie diese im Workshop kennen und anwenden.

    Anmeldung

  33. 4. NeuroIntensivmedizin-Tag der Charité

    Ein ganzer Tag mit spannenden Studien, Leitlinien und Kontroversen der Neuro Intensivmedizin. Ein Fokus wird dabei auf Subarachnoidalblutungen und End-of-life care gelegt. Bitte melden Sie sich per Email an: neurointensivmedizintag@charite.de

  34. Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Pablo Villoslada

    Prof. Pablo Villoslada from Hospiatl del Mar (Barcelona, Spain) will hold a talk about “Computational biology and artificial inteligence approaches to MS, from genes to the clinical phenotype”.

  35. Wegweiser in die Industrie und Wirtschaft – Zwei wichtige Schritte zur ausgereiften Bewerbung
    Location: online

    Der Wechsel von der Hochschulwelt in die freie Wirtschaft ist ein wichtiger und manchmal schwieriger Schritt. Dieses Grundlagen-Training hilft dabei überzeugende Bewerbungsunterlagen zu entwickeln. In diesem Seminar sprechen wir darüber, wie man Bewerbungsunterlagen optimal erstellt und an die jeweilige Stelle anpasst. Sie sehen Beispiele für Anschreiben, Lebenslauf und Bewerbungsfoto und erfahren, wie Sie Ihre Zeugnisse auswählen sollten. Wir loten Unterschiede zwischen modernem und traditionellen Bewerbungsstil aus und versuchen das Verständnis für die Zielpersonen zu vertiefen. Zusätzlich erfahren Sie, was Ihr Profil für Unternehmen ganz besonders interessant macht und Sie erhalten allgemeine Hinweise für Ihre Bewerbungsphase. Im zweiten Teil besprechen wir, wie man Stellenanzeigen richtig liest und interpretiert. Sie lernen typische Formulierungen kennen sowie die Unterteilung in Muss- und Kann-Kriterien einzuschätzen und die Kriterien zu priorisieren. Anhand eines Lebenslaufbeispiels wird anschließend erklärt, welchen Einfluss nicht erfüllte Anforderungen auf die Bewerbungschancen haben.

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  36. Brain Body Physiology Symposium
    Location: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

    The 88th Cold Spring Harbor Symposium will focus on Brain Body Physiology. The Symposium will begin at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, May 29th, and end on Sunday, June 2nd with an evening banquet, and departures on Monday, June 3.

    The Symposium will include nine oral sessions (invited speakers only) and two poster sessions (submitted abstracts) providing a current synthesis of the enormous progress in our understanding of brain-body physiology. The annual Dorcas Cummings lecture will take place on Saturday, June 1. Social events throughout the Symposium provide ample opportunity for informal interactions and will include a wine-and-cheese party, a picnic, cocktails, and a banquet on Sunday, June 2nd.

    Find out more here!

    Karrierestrategien auf dem Weg zur Professur: (Zukunfts- und) Karriereplanung für Postdocs
    Location: ZEWK TU Berlin, Fraunhofer Str. 33-36, 10587 Berlin, Raum FH 1004

    Wer nach der Promotion den Weg der Wissenschaftskarriere weiterverfolgt, steht immer wieder vor der Frage: In der Wissenschaft bleiben oder gehen? In der Postdoc Phase ist es besonders wichtig, auch früh Karriere relevante Entscheidungen zu treffen, um eigene Weichen auf dem weiteren Weg zur Professur oder/für alternative Karrierewege innerhalb oder außerhalb des Hochschulsystems zu stellen. (Zukunfts- und) Karriereplanung ist dabei hilfreich, die eigene Vision einer auch künftig zufriedenstellenden Arbeit (weiter) zu entwickeln, die eigenen Stärken und Wünsche zu fokussieren, um die anstehenden Entscheidungen oder sich zufällig ergebende beruflichen Optionen selbstreflektierter und zielbewusster einzuschätzen. Ein durchdachter Karriereplan unterstützt Postdocs auch, motiviert die anstehenden Herausforderungen, ihre wissenschaftliche Profilierung und Hürden zu managen und dabei die eigene Gesundheit und Life-Work-Balance nicht außer Acht zu lassen.

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    Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  37. MDC Seminar: Ian Duguid
    Location: Buch, historic lecture hall

    An exciting seminar series hosted by the Max Delbrück Center! This talk will be held by Ian Duguid from the University of Edinburgh

  38. Grant Proposal Writing
    Location: online

    Successful grant proposal writing is a fundamental basis to fund a career in research. There are plenty of national and international funding programs with different funding schemes. Each scheme has its individual context and thematic focus, eligibility and funding rules, submission and evaluation process, and evaluation criteria. Thus, the detailed features and aspects of a successful proposal in one funding scheme are naturally differing from those of a successful proposal in another funding scheme. However, the process of how to work out these details is a common denominator to the different funding schemes. It requires skills way beyond the ability to work out a research idea in detail.

    Register here

  39. Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  40. 8. Berliner Neurophysiologisches Wochenende
    Location: Neurologie am Hackeschen Markt

    Das Berliner Neurophysiologische Wochenende vermittelt Kenntnisse zur Indikationsstellung, Bewertung & praktischen Anwendung von Untersuchungstechniken des peripheren Nervensystems. Finden Sie mehr heraus im angehängten Flyer!

  41. Neurotrauma Conference 2024

    The 41st annual National Neurotrauma Society Symposium, to be held in San Francisco, CA! Find all information here

  42. Second Writing Week 2024 (in person)
    Location: Dahlem Research School

    Book an entire week to learn about Self-management for the scientific writing process, discuss about procrastination and write - write - write! The writing week consists of blocks in which content is covered as well as writing phases that are organized in tandems. Register here!

    How to get into the non-academic German job market! The workshop for international Postdocs
    Location: ZEWK TU Berlin, Fraunhoferstraße 33-36, 10587 Berlin, Room: FH 1004

    This workshop targets postdoctoral researchers with an international background, guiding them through the complexities of entering the non-academic German job market. It offers insights into job search strategies, application processes, and leveraging one's international experience as a strength. Participants will develop a professional profile, gain an understanding of the job market, and learn to navigate application requirements effectively. The program includes practical application training, personalized feedback, and empowerment through success stories, equipping researchers with the tools to create a strategic action plan for their career transition.

    Register here

    Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Catharina Gross

    Dr. Catharina Gross from the Clinic for Neurology (Münster, Germany) will hold a talk about “Identification of multiple sclerosis endophenotypes by high dimensional blood signatures associated with distinct disease trajectories“.

  43. Convincing with your presence - Workshop for confident, authentic and effective presentation skills in postdoctoral research
    Location: WBZ FU Berlin, Otto-von-Simson-Str. 13, 14195 Berlin, Room 109

    In science, strong presentation skills are essential to convince the audience of your individual research profile. The individual mode of presentation is shaped by diverse factors, but particularly a confident (vocal) expression supports key points of a scientific talk. Especially on the level of postdoctoral research with high responsibilities in teaching and research as well as lots of pressure on individual success effective and authentic presentation skills are essential – most notability for preparing a professorship.

    Register here

    20 years BCCN Berlin Symposium
    Location: Festsaal der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

    Celebrate 20 years of the BCCN with a symposium held by special guests and a former director of the BCCN!

    Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  44. Gremienkompetenz – ein karriererelevanter Faktor für Postdocs
    Location: ZEWK TU Berlin, Fraunhofer Str. 33-36, 10587 Berlin, Raum FH 1004

    Das Engagement in der Akademischen Selbstverwaltung und die Mitwirkung in internen Gremien oder auch in externen organisationsübergreifenden Gremien der eigenen Scientific Community sind Beispiele für die vielen Arbeitsfelder von (Nachwuchs-) Wissenschaftler:innen. Im Workshop werden aktuelle, neue oder künftig avisierte Rollen und Funktionen in einem Gremium in den Mittelpunkt gestellt. Die Teilnehmer:innen können ihr eigenes Verständnis und die Aneignung dieser Rolle zum Beispiel im Hinblick auf die Anforderungen, Herausforderungen, Gestaltungsspielräume und Grenzen reflektieren.

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  45. MDC Seminar: Frank Winkler
    Location: Buch, historic lecture hall

    An exciting seminar series hosted by the Max Delbrück Center! This talk will be held by Frank Winkler from the Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum.

  46. Science pitch training - present your project and succeed in networking
    Location: ZEWK TU Berlin, Fraunhoferstraße 33-36, 10587 Berlin, Room: FH 1004 and FH 1005

    Transform your research into an impactful Science Pitch for your specific target group. You will be able to connect with people on a personal level and learn about the common pitfalls of short talks. You will also learn how to combine scientific expertise with your personality and passion. As an outcome, you will craft and deliver a series of Science Pitches that resonate with your audience.

    Register here

    SFB 1315 Lecture Series: "The foundations of learning and memory in the infant brain"
    Location: BCCN Berlin, Haus 6 - lecture hall 9 / online

    The SFB Lecture Series is a monthly event hosting international researchers to hold talks about Memory and Cognition. See an overview of all the talks and details here!

  47. Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  48. Postdoc Career Fair (BUA Postdoc Academy)
    Location: Humboldt Graduate School

    This event provides an unparalleled platform for exchanging experiences with peers and experts across various industries, with a focus on non-academic career paths - specifically for postdocs!

  49. 41st Blankenese Conference on Synaptopathies
    Location: Hamburg, Germany

    Brain disorders are frequently associated with dysfunction of chemical synapses – either causally due to functional impairment of specific synaptic elements or as a consequence of other disease mechanisms that disturb the functionality of these highly complex molecular machines for neuronal communication. In many cases, it is difficult to distinguish which of the two possibilities applies, although this information may be very important for potential treatment strategies. The term “Synaptopathies” has been coined for this highly diverse group of diseases. They can have acquired or genetic causes and can be due to malfunctions in neurodevelopment, neurodegenerative processes or abnormal interactions with other body organs such as the immune system. At the 41st Blankenese Conference, experts dealing with these different aspects of the impairment of brain synapses will meet to discuss current and future strategies to discover disease mechanisms and ways to combat Synaptopathies. Find out more here!

  50. ISTA-FKNE-CHET Young PI Symposium

    PIs (<10 years) can apply for the ISTA-FKNE-CHET Young PI Symposium to be held at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (ISTA) on June 23, 2024, preceding the FENS 2024 meeting in Vienna. This “Transition to Independence” symposium will provide an interactive scientific, leadership, and networking platform for early career group leaders (0-10 years) in the field of neuroscience. The goal is to initiate a peer network, and bring together PIs who will and have recently started their groups.

    The first part of the day will focus on science: participants across different neuroscience disciplines will share their scientific expertise, discover common interests, and set the basis for future collaborations. The second part will center around the development of leadership, mentorship and management skills needed to run a successful group. Ample opportunities will also be provided for networking, including coffee breaks, lunch at a local forest hutte, and a dinner reception.

    More information can be found here! Applications are due April 30th and will be selected to create a diverse yet complementary group of <60 people representing broad geographic, scientific, and leadership experience and interests.

  51. Meta-Research Methods: How to study something that has disappeared: Tracing research data repository shutdown (Kopie)
    Location: online

    Speaker: Melissa Rethlefsen, Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center, University of New Mexico

    Paper: Health science librarians' engagement in open science: A scoping review

    Find out more here!

    Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Alba Del Río Serrato

    PhD Candidate Alba Del Río Serrato from the Innate immunity and neuroinflammation, ECRC (Berlin) will talk about “Innate lymphoid cell functionality within the CNS: implications in MS and NMOSD”.

  52. Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  53. Über das Gelingen und Scheitern von Kooperationen in der Wissenschaft
    Location: online

    Entlang der Leistungsdimensionen von Hochschulen ist eine umfangreiche Kooperationslandschaft entstanden. Jedoch ist die zentrale Stärke von Kooperationen – die Vielfalt von Kompetenzen, Wissensbeständen und Perspektiven – zugleich eine ihrer größten Herausforderungen: Sie erschwert die wechselseitige Verständigung und somit auch das Erreichen gemeinsamer Ziele. Der Workshop ermöglicht es den Teilnehmenden, die Grundzüge erfolgreichen Kooperationsmanagements zu erlernen.

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  54. Una Europa Summer School on “Sustainability in communication and education. Spreading the word and creating awareness”

    This summer school aims to bring together doctoral candidates from different countries and different scientific backgrounds. Lectures, workshops and field trips will be offered by experts from the University of Bologna, FU Berlin, UCD Dublin, University of Helsinki, KU Leuven, Complutense University of Madrid. Find out more here!

  55. Academic Choices – Achieving Success in Academia
    Location: Humboldt Graduate School, Luisenstr. 56, 10117 Berlin, Room: 123

    Many young academics choose a career in academia because they are passionate about their research topic and value the freedom in academia. The postdoc phase sets the course for success in academia. What are the paths to a professorship? How can this phase be structured so that the chances of success are as high as possible? What else is important besides enthusiasm for the subject? These questions will be addressed in this workshop so that each participant is clear about the next steps.

    Register here

  56. Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  57. How to advance your research career and get funding
    Location: ZEWK TU Berlin, Fraunhofer Str. 33-36, 10587 Berlin, Raum FH 1005

    Next stop: Principal Investigator. Prepare for a future research leadership position by making effective use of funding opportunities. Assess your current position, align your career aspirations with longer-term research goals and develop a roadmap to achieve them.

    Register here

  58. "Navigating the shark tank". Power games and micropolitical competence in academia
    Location: online

    Are you navigating the ‚shark tank‘, just trying to survive, do you feel like a ‚shark‘ yourself, or are you actually placed in a peaceful ‚goldfish pond‘? Concerning social interactions, research environ­ments may vary a great deal! This workshop series provides you important knowledge to grasp manifestations of the everyday uses of power in organiza­tions and the „games“ played in your own environment – and perhaps to navigate in more successful ways ....

    Register here

    Neuroimmunological Colloquium: Carsten Carlberg

    Prof. Carsten Carlberg from the Institute of Biomedicine (University of Eastern Finland, Finland) will hold a talk about “Impact of the vitamin D response index for Multiple Sclerosis".

  59. Curious2024 Conference

    The Curious Future Insight Conference brings together some of the World’s brightest scientists (also Nobel Laureates, Start-Ups, established Industries) and most accomplished innovators to present their work and explore the future of science and technology, solving the challenges of today and enabling the dreams of a better tomorrow. Find out mroe here!

    Preclinical imaging course

    Don’t miss out to get an introduction into the use of biomedical imaging for basic and translational research by a great line-up of imaging experts from Charité and MDC! You can find out more here!

  60. Birmingham-Leiden Summer School in Computational Social Cognition
    Location: University of Birmingham

    This summer school provides talks and training on learning, decision-making and computational modelling in social cognition for early career researchers. The registration fee of £350 includes registration as well as accommodations and some of the meals. Find out more here!

  61. Konstanz School of Collective Behaviour

    A summer workshop covering a whole range of collective behaviour among various different species, accompanied by tutorials and finishing with independent projects. Find out more here and apply until April 5th, 2024!

  62. International Congress on Neuroethology
    Location: Henry Ford Building of the Freie Universität Berlin

    A thrilling congress showcasing the diversity of nervous systems across many different species. With a variety of symposia and talks, as well as networking opportunities, this congress is as diverse as the topics it discusses. Find out more and register here!

  63. NeuroDoWo

    The NeuroDoWo has been organized by doctoral candidates for over 30 years under the patronage of the German Zoological Society (Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft, DZG) and German Neuroscience Society (Neurowissenschaftliche Gesellschaft e.V.). Our aim is to reach early career scientists with a diverse neuroscientific background, from Germany and abroad. The conference promotes communication across disciplines and to allow young scientists to gain experience in presenting and discussing their research in a talk or with a scientific poster. Find out more here!

  64. NeuroBridges 2024
    Location: Le Centre de Conferences Internationales de Cluny, France (CCIC)
    The school will provide an overview of theoretical and experimental frameworks used to study a variety of decision making processes. It will cover different model systems from rodents to humans and a plethora of decision making mechanisms.
    The school is intended for graduate students and postdocs, primarily, but not only, from the Middle East and the Mediterranean region, either working in their home countries or abroad. Applicants should have some background in related fields in neuroscience or cognitive psychology. All costs of registration and accommodation will be covered by the organizers. A limited number of travel grants will also be available. More information can be found here!
  65. Third Writing Week 2024 (online)
    Location: online

    Book an entire week to learn about Self-management for the scientific writing process, discuss about procrastination and write - write - write! The writing week consists of blocks in which content is covered as well as writing phases that are organized in tandems. Register here!

  66. 28th International Conference on Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators

    This event seeks to explore the intricate dynamics between concepts of openness and closedness in science, technology, and innovation, emphasizing their impact on research, policy, and practice. Find out more and register here!

  67. MDC Seminar: Moritz Helmstädter
    Location: Buch, historic lecture hall

    An exciting seminar series hosted by the Max Delbrück Center! This talk will be held by Moritz Helmstädter from the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research

  68. Bernstein Conference 2024
    Location: Goethe Universität

    An international conference on computational neuroscience with discussions, keynotes and poster sessions. Find out more here!

  69. SFB 1315 Lecture Series: Matt Haberl
    Location: BCCN Berlin, Haus 6 - lecture hall 9 / online

    The SFB Lecture Series is a monthly event hosting international researchers to hold talks about Memory and Cognition. See an overview of all the talks and details here!

  70. MDC Seminar: Erin Schumann
    Location: Buch, historic lecture hall

    An exciting seminar series hosted by the Max Delbrück Center! This talk will be held by Erin Schumann from the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research

  71. SFB 1315 Lecture Series: Ileana Hanganu-Opatz
    Location: BCCN Berlin, Haus 6 - lecture hall 9 / online

    The SFB Lecture Series is a monthly event hosting international researchers to hold talks about Memory and Cognition. See an overview of all the talks and details here!

  72. MDC Seminar: Sebastian Jessberger
    Location: Buch, historic lecture hall

    An exciting seminar series hosted by the Max Delbrück Center! This talk will be held by Sbeastian Jessberger from the University of Zurich

  73. SFB 1315 Lecture Series: David Dupret
    Location: BCCN Berlin, Haus 6 - lecture hall 9 / online

    The SFB Lecture Series is a monthly event hosting international researchers to hold talks about Memory and Cognition. See an overview of all the talks and details here!

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