Jude Mitchell: Neural mechanisms of active vision in the marmoset monkey

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Berlin Brains 2021: KI und maschinelles Lernen

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WoMenventures Seminar

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NCRC Seminar

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  • Dr. Hanna Hörnberg
    Molecular mechanisms of social behavior

 

  • Prof. Dr. Christine Heim
    Use-Dependent Structural Plasticity of the Human Female Genital Representation Field

 

  • Dr. Yangfan Peng
    Intraindividual physiomic landscape of cellular and synaptic diversity in the human cortex

 

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Digitale Informationsreihe Schlaganfall für Betroffene und Interessierte

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Women's Careers and Networks 2021 - Virtual Symposium

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Digitale Fortbildungsakademie Schlaganfall

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Single Cell Mitochondrial Genomics - from Stem Cell Dynamics to Human Phenotypes.

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NFDI-Neuro Webinar: Data Integration through simulation – The Virtual Brain Cloud

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Berlin Epidemiological Methods Colloquium

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Regulatory T cells in Neuromyelitis optica.

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„What is Parkinson's Disease: past, present and future"

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“Noise as Signal: Finding Hemo” - educational symposium on cerebral hemodynamics

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Connectome-Based Models of Functional Connectivity Predict Cognitive Decline in Multiple Sclerosis.

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ScieCon Digital Sommer 2021

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NEST Conference 2021

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Digitale Informationsreihe Schlaganfall für Betroffene und Interessierte

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Natural Killer cells during fingolimod - results of an interventional prospective clinical trial

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NFDI-Neuro Webinar: NEST Desktop – An educational application for neuroscience

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Berlin Epidemiological Methods Colloquium

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Insights into the pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis.

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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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Neurobiologist Susanne Schreiber, Vice-Chair of the German Ethics Council, appointed as Einstein Professor

The Einstein Foundation will in future be supporting ECN PI Susanne Schreiber as an Einstein Professor at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. 

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Haucke Lab is first certified green lab in Germany

The department of Molecular Pharmacology and Cell Biology has been recently certified as a “GREEN LAB” by the non-profit organization My Green Lab.

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Is it Possible to Slow Down Age-Related Memory Loss?

A team of researchers from Berlin, Dortmund, and Graz are investigating how the substance spermidine can protect aging brain cells.

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