SFB 936 LECTURE SERIES

SFB 936 LECTURE SERIES

2017
30.10.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
t.b.a.

Prof. Dr. Pieter Roelfsema
Department of Vision & Cognition, Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience; 
Department of Integrative Neurophysiology, 
Center for Neurogenomics and Cognitve Research, VU University; 
Psychiatry Department, Academic Medical Center
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
09.10.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
From the genome to the brain: A physics perspective on information processing in networks

Prof. Dr. Stefan Bornholdt
Institute for Theoretical Physics
University of Bremen
Bremen, Germany
25.09.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
t.b.a.

Prof. Dr. Beatrice de Gelder
Department of Cognitive Neuroscience
Faculty of Neuroscience and Psychology
Maastricht University
The Netherlands
07.09.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
t.b.a.

Prof. Dr. Akira Sawa
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
Baltimore, MD, USA
26.06.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
t.b.a.

Prof. Dr. Onur Güntürkün
Biopsychology
Institut of Cognitive Neuroscience
Faculty of Psychology
Ruhr-University Bochum
Bochum, Germany
12.06.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
Advanced lession symptom mapping analyses

Prof. Dr. Michel Thiebaut de Schotten
Associate Professor CNRS UMR 7225
Head of the Brain connectivity and Behaviour group
Institut du cerveau et la moelle épinière
Paris, France
29.05.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
Only time will tell: intertwined trajectories of neural and cognitive aging

Prof. Dr. Naftali Raz
Institute of Gerontology
Wayne State University,
Detroit, USA
03.04.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
Linking brain architecture and connectivity

Prof. Dr. Claus C. Hilgetag 
Institute of Computational Neuroscience
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
Hamburg, Germany
20.03.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
Cognitive ontogeny in health and mental illness: a story of right communication

Prof Dr. Ileana Hanganu-Opatz 
Developmental Neurophysiology
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
Hamburg, Germany
27.02.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 210/211, UKE
Current hypotheses to mechanisms of action of deep brain stimulation

PD Dr. Monika Pötter-Nerger
Department of Neurology 
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
Hamburg, Germany
09.01.2017, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
Local oscillations and large-scale network synchronization in cognition

Dr. Satu Palva
Neuroscience Center
University of Helsinki & BioMag laboratory
HUS Medical Imaging Center
Helsinki, Finland
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