Wissenschaftssymposium Neuroradiologie

Spannende Vorträge zu aktuellen Entwicklungen in der Neuroradiologie & verwandten Fächern!

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Location: Paul-Ehrlich Campus Mitte Hörsaal, Virchowweg 4, 10117 Berlin


Charting the Course: Remaining Open Science for the Next Generations

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DFG Prospects: The Emmy Noether-Programme

In this talk, you will get first-hand information about the DFG and the goals of the Emmy Noether Programme.

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Bernstein Conference

The Bernstein Network invites the international computational neuroscience community to the annual Bernstein Conference for intensive scientific exchange.

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Deep Breath| Einstein in the dome

Digitale Kunst trifft Lungenforschung! Andreas Hocke und Sumeet Rohilla zeigen Realitäten der modernen mikroskopischen Lungenforschung und ihre KI-basierte Transformation.

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Location: Zeiss-Großplanetarium, Prenzlauer Allee 80, 10405 Berlin

Berlin Neuroscience Meeting 2023

The Berlin Neuroscience Meeting (BNM) connects neuroscientists and PhD students of the inter- and transdisciplinary Einstein Center for Neurosciences Berlin and to give them the possibility to present the most recent research.

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BerlinBrains 2023

Der Feind in meinem Kopf - Wenn Antikörper das Gedächtnis angreifen
Dr. med. Harald Prüß
Dr. med. Friederike Arlt

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Location: Kinosaal Zeiss Großplanetarium, Prenzlauer Allee 80, 10405 Berlin

Einstein Lecture: The Future of Academic Mobility in a Changing World

The academic community is called upon to reflect and to contribute to a future environment, serving scientific and societal needs. Keynote, Panel, Reception. 

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Location: Staatsbibliothek Berlin

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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“Everything must be made as simple as possible. But not simpler.”

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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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ERC Consolidator Grant for Charité neuroscientist Surjo Soekadar

Prof. Surjo Soekadar, Einstein Professor of Clinical Neurotechnology at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, works in the field of advanced technologies for brain stimulation and brain-computer interfaces. He and his team develop and test systems that enable communication between the brain and external devices. Applications for these technologies include ways for severely paralyzed patients to control exoskeletons using their thoughts alone....

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New center to spotlight neurological autoimmune disorders

How do neurological disorders arise that are caused, triggered, or influenced by antibodies? What better possibilities are there for diagnosis – and above all for treatment? These are the questions addressed by the new Clinical Research Unit “BecauseY” headed by Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. Innovative treatment options will especially benefit patients who at first glance are not suspected of having an antibody-mediated neurological disease. The German Research Foundation (DFG) is funding the collaborative project with 6.2 million euros for an initial term of four years.

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The Mechanisms Behind Swallowing

Sensory cells in the vagus nerve can detect and locate food in the esophagus. Their signals help transport the food onward to the stomach. Signal failure leads to swallowing disorders, say a team led by Carmen Birchmeier at the Max Delbrück Center. They have published their findings in “Neuron.”

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