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lectures will take place at 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.

Lectures 2019

Monday, 14.01.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall 4th floor
From receptor to behavior: Sensory processing
Deciphering the olfactory system of a model vertebrate (zebrafish)
From basic molecular biology to electrophysiology
Sigrun Korsching

Wednesday, 16.01.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall 4th floor
"Connectivity and electrical properties of an exemplary network (the olfactory bulb)"
(input/output relationships, evolutional and developmental aspects)
Sigrun Korsching

Wednesday, 23.01.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall 4th floor
"The complexity of the ion channel repertoire: Why does it need to be so complex
(input/output relationships, evolutional and developmental aspects)
Ansgar Büschges

Wednesday, 30.01.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall ground floor
"Intercellular signaling by different types of synapses
Peter Kloppenburg

Monday, 04.02.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall ground floor
Computations underlying learning and memory in small brains
Computational Systems Neuroscience_integrative circuit model -
Analysis of electrophysiological data to model computational networks processing sensory input and generating behaviour
Martin Nawrot

Friday, 08.02.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall ground floor
Ca2+ imaging basics
Peter Kloppenburg

Wednesday, 13.02.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall ground floor
Central and Peripheral Mechanisms for Leg Motoneuron Control in an Insect Walking System
Insights in and examples for methodological and experimental approaches to study the neural basis of insect walking
Ansgar Büschges

Friday, 15.02.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall ground floor
CNS-Dependent Control of Metabolism
Methodology employed for the analysis of CNS-dependent control of metabolism
Jens Brüning

Wednesday, 20.02.2019 _ Biocenter, Zülpicher Str. 47b, lecture hall 0.024 ground floor
Mechanisms of axonal maintenance and degeneration
Approaches to study axonal impairment in mouse models and in primary neurons
Elena Rugarli

Friday, 22.02.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall 4th floor
Neural dynamics of innate behaviours
Combination of electrophysiology, optogenetics and behavioural assessments in mice
Tatiana Korotkova

Monday, 25.02.2019 TWO LECTURES _
Institute for Genetics, lecture hall ground floor

09:00 a.m.
Spinal muscular atrophy: from gene and modifiers to therapy
From gene identification to functional analysis and therapy of motor neuron diseases
Brunhilde Wirth

AND

10:15 a.m.
"Brain neuronal networks in disease
Multimodal imaging of network-based brain dysfunction and compensation (EEG, fMRI, PET)
Alexander Drzezga

Wednesday, 06.03.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall ground floor
Energy homeostasis and foraging behavior in the zebrafish"
Molecular tools and approaches to analyse behaviour and neuronal networks regulating metabolic functions in zebrafish
Matthias Hammerschmidt

Friday, 08.03.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall ground floor
Shaping neuronal circuits by membrane trafficking"
Tools and techniques to analyse membrane trafficking in neurons on the molecular and cellular level
Natalia Kononenko

Monday, 11.03.2019 _ Institute for Genetics, lecture hall ground floor
Connectomics analysis of neuronal circuits using the fruit fly Drosophila"
Advanced genetic tools allowing the anatomical analysis and dissection of Drosophila brain regions
Kei Ito

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