Apr 2021

Prof. Liqun Luo

2022-01-04T18:58:49+01:00April 14th, 2021|Meetings, RTG2416 Seminar Series, Scientific Talks|

Prof. Liqun Luo Stanford University We are more than happy to announce that Prof. Liqun Luo from Stanford University is following the inivtation by Sebastian to our RTG2416 seminar series. He will give a talk about "Wiring Specificity of Neural Circuits" next Thursday, the 15. April 2021 at 5:15 pm. Please contact Oke Nommensen for Details on the Zoom Meeting Click here to learn more about Prof. Luo's research. We are looking forward to see you! Best regards, [...]

Mar 2021

Dr. Laura Cancedda

2022-01-04T18:51:44+01:00March 19th, 2021|Meetings, RTG2416 Seminar Series, Scientific Talks|

Dr. Laura Cancedda Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Genova/Italy We are delighted that the next talk within the RTG2416 seminar series will be held by Dr. Laura Cancedda: “TreatingNeurodevelopmental Disorders: Challenges, issues, problems, concerns, difficulties, harms, worries, But We Need to Start from Somewhere.” March 25th 2021 (Thursday) at 4:30 pm (CET) […]

Feb 2021

Dr. Asya Rolls

2022-01-04T18:42:24+01:00February 26th, 2021|Meetings, RTG2416 Seminar Series, Scientific Talks|

Dr. Asya Rolls TECHNION – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa/Israel We are thrilled to announce the next talk within the RTG2416 seminar series. This time, Dr. Asya Rolls will tell us about: Manipulating the brain to control immunity March 4th 2021 (Thursday), 5:15 pm (CET) […]

Feb 2021

Prof. Dr. Jan Gründemann

2022-01-04T18:42:27+01:00February 12th, 2021|Meetings, RTG2416 Seminar Series, Scientific Talks|

Prof. Dr. Jan Gründemann DZNE in Bonn With pleasure we would like to announce, that Jenice could win Prof. Gründemann from the DZNE in Bonn to present his research work within the RTG2416 seminar series: Imaging deep: Sensory and state coding in subcortical circuits February 18th 2021 (Thursday), 5:00 pm (CET) […]

Feb 2021

Dr. Pieter Goltstein

2022-01-04T18:42:30+01:00February 11th, 2021|Meetings, RTG2416 Seminar Series, Scientific Talks|

Dr. Pieter Goltstein Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Martinsried We are very happy to announce the next talk within the RTG2416 seminar series by Pieter Goltstein: Representation of learned visual categories in mouse visual and higher cortical areas February 11th 2021 (Thursday) 5:15 pm Via Zoom (for meeting details please contact Oke Nommensen) Please click here for more information on the Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology. Please download the announcement here. *An event funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft [...]

Jan 2021

Dr. Katrin Franke

2022-01-04T18:43:36+01:00January 20th, 2021|Meetings, RTG2416 Seminar Series, Scientific Talks|

Dr. Katrin Franke Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience in Tübingen: With pleasure we will welcome Schilling Research Award 2021 winner Dr. Katrin Franke  within the RTG2416 seminar series: Visual feature extraction across the early visual system of mice January 28th 2021 (Thursday) 5:15 pm Via Zoom (for meeting details please contact Oke Nommensen) Please click here for more information on the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience in Tübingen Please download the announcement here. *An event funded by the [...]

Jan 2021

Prof. Gina G. Turrigiano

2022-01-04T18:42:44+01:00January 12th, 2021|Meetings, RTG2416 Seminar Series, Scientific Talks|

Prof. Gina Turrigiano Department of Biology Brandeis University Waltham/Massachusetts   We are thrilled that Julia could win Prof. Gina Turrigiano (Brandeis University) within the RTG2416 seminar series: Keeping your balance: Homeostatic plasticity in Neocortical circuits January 21th 2021 (Thursday) 5:00 pm (MET) (5:15 p.m. start) Via Zoom (for meeting details please contact Julia Reichard) For more information on her research work please check out the Turrigiano lab website. Please download the announcement here.

Dec 2020

RTG2416 Virtual Retreat 2020

2022-01-04T18:43:10+01:00December 22nd, 2020|Meetings, News|

Due to special times we organized a virtual retreat on November 26th & 27th 2020. Although a bit different from our last in-person retreats we had a successful meeting using the platforms Zoom and Gather.Town. We heard classic talks, played funny games and had interactive discussions during our graphical abstract presentation and our virtual dinner. Finally, we enjoyed an extraordinary keynote lecture by Prof. Panayiota Poirazi from the Foundation of Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH), Heraklion, Crete, Greece. We wish you a merry [...]