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Our Mission

 © Center for Behavioral Brain Sciences, OVGU Magdeburg, Foto: D. Mahler Abteilung Genetik, LIN Magdeburg

The aim of our CBBS neuroscience graduate program is to connect students from the Otto von Guericke University (OVGU), the Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology (LIN) and the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE). The CBBS graduate program is founded by the Center for Behavioral Brain Sciences CBBS, a central scientific institution of the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg (OVGU).

Under the umbrella of the Otto von Guericke Graduate Academy (OVG-GRS), you can find on our webpage useful information about upcoming events on the campus dealing with neuroscience and our graduate students can use a our platform for scientific exchange with both other students and PIs. Moreover, we organize lectures focusing on state-of-the-art methods used in neuroscience.

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News

28.02.2018: Kick-Off Meeting CBBS Graduate Program

The newly initiated CBBS graduate program is aiming at all neuroscience PhD and MD students from LIN, DZNE and OVGU. The goal is to connect all […]

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28.02.2018: CBBS members´meeting

Annual meeting of CBBS members: 28.02.2018 @ 09.00 – 13.00, DZNE – House 64, Conference room 121

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Save the Date: Career Day 2018 – Perspectives for Women in Life Science

Career Day 2018 – Perspectives for Women in Life Science When? 14.06.2018 09:00-17:00 Where? Ebbinghaus Lecture Hall, LIN Speaker? TBA   The Career Day is […]

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23.-25.05.2018: Conference on FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE OF MEMORY

4th international conference on the FUNCTIONAL ARCHITECTURE OF MEMORY             The FAM conference aims at bringing new insights on today’s […]

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Save-the-Date: BID Symposium 31.05.2018

It is the follow-up symposium of the BID-Symposium 2017 that took place at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig, […]

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