Upcoming CBBM-Lectures

CBBM-Lectures finden regelmäßig  Dienstags, 17:15 - 18:15 Uhr, statt.
Veranstalter: Center of Brain, Behavior and Metabolism (CBBM)

Di, 23.01.2018
CBBM Lecture "Capillaries and tissue oxygenation: Capillary pathways to stroke and cognitive decline" by

Leif Østergaard, Clinical Professor, Professor Department of Clinical Medicine, Center of...



Di, 30.01.2018
CBBM Lecture "Myths, standards and neurobiology of electroconvulsive therapy" by

Prof. Dr. Alexander Sartorius, Department of Neuroimaging, Central Institute of Mental Health,...



Di, 13.02.2018
CBBM Lecture "The relationship between reward, cognitive effort, and behavioral benefits" by

Prof. Dr. Nico Böhler, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Ghent, Belgium



Di, 20.02.2018
CBBM Lecture "Feto-maternal immune cross talk: consequences for maternal and children‘s health" by

Prof. Dr. med. Petra Arck, Professor of Experimental Feto-Maternal Medicine (W3), University...



Di, 27.02.2018
CBBM Lecture "Effects of motivational significance on cognition" by

Dr. Judith Schomaker, Department of Biological Psychology, University of Gießen



Di, 10.04.2018
CBBM Lecture "Brain barriers pathology in neuropsychiatric systemic lupus erythematosus (NPSLE)" by

Dr.  Ayal Ben-Zvi, School of Medicine-IMRIC-Developmental Biology and Cancer Research, The...



Di, 17.04.2018
CBBM Lecture "Forty years on the tight rope between matter and mind: Do electric potentials of the human EEG help understand the mind?" by

Emeritus Professor Rolf Verleger



Di, 24.04.2018
CBBM Lecture "Nuclear Reorganisations Controlling Sleep and Metabolism" by

Prof. Steven A. Brown, Chronobiology and Sleep Research Group, Institute of Pharmacology and...



Di, 25.09.2018
CBBM Lecture "Extrapancreatic effects of GLP-1: Regulation of metabolism and inflammation" by

Yolanda Diz-Chaves, PhD, Center of Biomedical Research, University of Vigo, Spain



Di, 27.11.2018
CBBM Lecture "Peptidergic modulation of feeding-related locomotor activity in Drosophila" by

Prof. Dr. Christian Wegener, Lehrstuhl für Neurobiologie und Genetik, Universität Würzburg,...