In October 2019, the CBBS Graduate Program started its own monthly lecture series: CBBS GP Ringlecture. We expect great talks given by CBBS members about their own research, cutting-edge technologies used on the campus and trouble shooting to give you an overview about ongoing research on the Campus of the Medical Faculty.

The lectures are open for all CBBS GP members. Sign in here to become a member.

The ring lecture takes place monthly at Thursdays 1 p.m. at the Institute for Biology, Hs 91, seminar room 101.

17.10.2019 – Dr. Michael Kreutz: A synapse biology view on neuroscience

28.11.2019 – Prof. Dr. Markus Fendt: Neuropharmacology of emotional and cognitive systems underlying neuropsychiatric endophenotypes in rodents

05.12.2019 – Dr. Esther Kühn: The architecture of the human somatosensory cortex

23.01.2020 – Dr. Janelle Pakan: Peering into the brain in action

27.02.2020 – Dr. Martin Riemer: Age-related changes in the processing of time and space19.03.2020 – Prof. Dr. Thomas Wolbers: Using virtual reality technology to understand mechanisms of cognitive aging

21.01.2021 – Prof. Dr. Thomas Wolbers: Using virtual reality technology to understand mechanisms of cognitive aging

25.03.2021 – Prof. Dr. Nicole Wetzel: Development of attention: A neurocognitive perspective

15.04.2021 – Jun.-Prof. Sascha Benjamin Fink: Structural Constraints in the Search for Neural Correlates of Consciousness

29.04.2021 – Prof. Dr. Daniela Grimm: Human Cells in Microgravity

27.05.2021 – Prof. Dr. Bernhard Sabel: Vision restoration through brain plasticity

01.07.2021 – Dr. Katharina Rufener & Dr. Philipp Ruhnau: Transcranial electrical stimulation: basic mechanisms and clinical application

15.07.2021 – Prof. Dr. Oliver Stork: Molecular and circuit mechanisms of fear memory formation: relevance for PTSD

14.10.2021 – Prof. Dr. Anne Albrecht & Dr. Anke Müller: Autophagy mechanisms in stress-induced neuro- and psychopathology

11.11.2021 – Dr. Guilherme Gomes: Voyage to the center of the neuron

02.12.2021 – Prof. Dr. Tania Barkat (ALBA Network member, University of Basel): Plasticity in the juvenile auditory system

Upcoming lectures can be found in our calendar.