The Gut-Brain Axis and Behavior

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Rachel Lippert

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The Gut-Brain Axis and Behavior

This event is repeated every 8. day.

Rachel Lippert

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Location: Zoom

The Gut-Brain Axis and Behavior

This event is repeated every 8. day.

Rachel Lippert

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Location: Zoom

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Wissenschaftliche Sitzung „Neuro-Radiologie eine Erfolgsgeschichte “

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6. Mitteldeutsches Neuroradiologie-Symposium

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Neuroscience 2021

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Growing up in Science - Berlin with Prof. Dr. Christoph Harms

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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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Slow version of the glutamate receptor AMPA discovered

The glutamate receptor AMPA was previously known for its lightning-fast transmission of excitation. All the more surprising, therefore, are the results that researchers from the Leibniz-Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP) in Berlin have now made: AMPA-receptors can also be extraordinarily slow.

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Looking for nursing support for ECN student

It took over three years to manage that our ECN student with spinal muscular atrophy could move to Berlin!
We are happy to welcome her in Berlin and in our team - finally in person!

Read more … Looking for nursing support for ECN student