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α-Synuclein fibrils induced disruption of pacemaker firing in dopamine neurons is dependent on selective K-ATP channel activation
Tuesday, February 7th, 2023, 4 pm
The first CIVIS-Neurosciences Symposium will take place online on January 21, 2022, with three universities of the CIVIS Alliance: La Sapienza University in Rome, Eberhard Karls University in Tübingen, and Aix-Marseille University.
Mindful Science, a GTC student’s mental health initiative invites you to the 1st Growing Up in Science talk in 2022 on Thursday, January 20th at 6pm.
Prof. Mackenzie Mathis talks about “Measuring and modeling behavior to decode sensorimotor control” on Thursday, January 13th, at 16:00 (CEST).
Online event: September 29th – October 1st 2021
Support for talented young women with children.
Talk at the Institute for Ophthalmic Research - Thursday, October 7, 2021 at 15:00h (CEST).
The university's department for Researcher Development & Graduate Academy announces new grants for young researchers.
The students of the GTC invited Dr. Angelique Bordey. Thursday, July 29th, at 17:00 (CEST).
The TNC initiative presents talks by Prof. Hage, Dr. Artemenko, and Prof. Nürk on Tuesday, July 20th, 2021 at 1:30 pm (CEST).
The Centre for Integrative Neuroscience hosts Dr. Kevin Briggman on Thursday, July 15th, at 17:00 (CEST).
The Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics invites for a talk next Monday, July 5th, 15:00 (CEST)
The Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research hosts Dr. Lisa Sevenich on Thursday, July 1st, at 17:00 (CEST).
Gallese Talk - next round: Interpersonal Relations in Schizophrenia. Today, June 23rd at 7pm on YouTube.
Mindful Science, a GTC student’s mental health initiative invites you to its first Growing Up in Science talk on Thursday, June 24th at 6pm.
Our IMPRS students invited their favourite speaker, Surya Ganguli, on Thursday, June 17, at 17:00 (CEST).
Prof. Vittorio Gallese presents and discusses three interdisciplinary topics in neuroscience in a series of talks on June 9th, 23rd, and 29th.
Danielle S. Bassett presents her work in the TNC’s virtual Neurocolloquium on June 10th, at 17:00.
The Bernstein Center and the ML Cluster Machine Learning would like to invite you to a virtual event following the Bernstein lecture by Kristin Branson (HHMI Janelia Research Campus).
This seminar series - hosted by the MPI for Biological Cybernetics - provides a window into the forefront of research in neurobiological and psychological information processing.
The next talk in the TNC’s virtual Neurocolloquium will take place May 20th, at 17:00.
The first talk in the TNC’s virtual Neurocolloquium in the summer semester of 2021 will take place next Thursday, April 22, at 17:00.
Simone Mayer and her TNC initiative “The Developing Brain” will host their next virtual seminar on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 1:30pm.
The Joachim Herz Foundation invites applications until June 9th. PhD candidates and postdocs interested in further training can apply.
The next talk in the TNC Virtual Lecture Series will take place on Thursday, March 18, at 10:00am.
Ian Chong, doctoral student of the GTC participates in the Famelab competition
The last talk for this winter semester will take place Thursday, February 25, at 17:00.
The next talk of the TNC Neurocolloquium will be on Thursday, January 28th, at 17:00.
GTC is on Twitter now! Follow us under: @GTC_Tue
The Humboldt Lecture Series gives Humboldt fellows who spend some time at Tübingen University the opportunity to present their work to a broader faculty.
The next talk of the TNC Neurocolloquium will be tomorrow, Thursday, 19. November, at 17:00.
Doctoral students of the GTC Neuroscience are invited for a founding meeting of a Doktorandenkonvent
TübingenNeuroCampus hosts the virtual Neurocolloquium this winter term 2020/21.
We are currently restructuring and editing our webpages.
GTC Neuroscience teaching started into the winter term 20/21 with the first block course for Neural Information Processing students.
Invited Tübingen Neuro Campus talks are streamed live on Youtube.
With the end of the lecture period and the start of the exam period approaching, we wrap up some essential information on the things to come.
Please check here for the latest updates regarding GTC activities.
... but do not worry, we are still available.
All lectures at Universities in BW have been cancelled until April 19th.
The University opened its new innovation lab.
The 'Junge Neurowissenschaftliche Gesellschaft' represents young neuroscientists within the German Neurowissenschaftliche Gesellschaft.
PIs pitch their ideas for innovative project ideas, novel technologies, or interesting research areas.
On February 6th and 7th 2020, the master students of the Neural and Behavioural and the Cellular and Molecular School will present the projects of their 2nd lab rotation.
Because of their excellent academic performance in the summer term of 2019, the following master students have been placed on the Dean´s List ...
Every year, the senior master students present teaching awards to their favourite lecturers of the past academic year ...
On November 14th and 15th, 2019, the master students of the Neural and Behavioural and the Cellular and Molecular School will present their 1st lab rotation projects.
DEc 5th: Dr. Juliane Kampe, Chief Research Manager Helmholtz Association: (What) does an academic degree matter?
NeuroSchool mobility fellowships are available to master's students interested in coming to Marseille.
The MedTech Startup School is a healthcare incubator program in Baden-Wuerttemberg.
Accompanying this year's CIN-Dialogue on "KI and Moral" the Forum Scientiarum together with the CIN organizes a workshop on the "Limits of Automatization".
We are opening our doors to prospective students for our Open Day!
The schedule of the NeuroColloquium for the winter semester 2019/20 ....
The Attempto Awards 2019 go to Svenja Brodt and Anuck Sawangjit.
Young Neuroscientists from Tübingen have organized the 20th NeNa, which takes place on November 4th to 6th in Schramberg.
Join us in Tübingen to learn about the latest advances in systems neuroscience. Distinguished scientists have confirmed their participation.
The University will be granted the status of a university of excellence for a further seven years until 2026.
A symposium in honor of Prof. Nikos K. Logothetis brings together world reknown scientists in Tübingen. It presents, discusses and promotes multimodal approaches for tackling Brain Mysteries.
Because of their excellent academic performance in the winter term of 2018-19, the following master students have been placed on the Dean´s List ...
The schedule of the NeuroColloquium for the summer semester 2019 ....
Most recent print version of the Tübingen Neuromag (Issue 5, April 2019) is out ...
The MPI for Biological Cybernetics and Tübingen University appoint two renowned neuroscientists from the University College London.