Munich Neuroscience Lecture

Hannah Monyer
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Location: Munich, Germany

25. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurorehabilitation e. V. (DGNR)

Location: Berlin, Germany

Neuro Colloquium: Jenifer Croce - Roles of canonical Wnt signaling in embryogenesis: insights from sea urchin investigations

Location: Maud Menten room, Haus 18, Philippstr. 13

Neuro Colloquium: Stanislav Shvartsman - Quantitative biology of developmental signaling

Location: Maud Menten room, Haus 18, Philippstr. 13

Neuro Colloquium: Nassos Typas - Drugs, bugs and chemical genomics

Location: Maud Menten room, Haus 18, Philippstr. 13

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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ECN PhD Fellowships 2018

The call for application for the second cohort of the ECN PhD Fellowship Program will start at the beginning of December. The application phase will last until January 14, 11:59 pm CET. International post-graduate students as well as excellent undergraduate students with a background in the natural sciences, linguistics, mathematics, among others, are welcome to apply.

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ECN supports Soapbox Science Autumn 2017 Berlin

Soapbox Science is staging its second event in Berlin (12-2 pm, 7.11.17, Sony Center am Potsdamer Platz, free event), this time as part of Berlin Science Week 2017.

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Andrea Kühn receives the Dingebauer Prize

Prof. Dr. Andrea Kühn was awarded the Dingebauer Prize of the German Society of Neurology on September 21, 2017 for her research on Parkinson’s disease. Her work has made a significant contribution to advances in deep brain stimulation. Through the characterization of pathological network activity and the possibility of influencing it, she has laid the foundation for significantly improving deep brain stimulation in the future. 

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