CBBM Lectures

Tuesday 06, June 2023

CBBM Lecture - Oxytocin and brain development

by Jin Bao, PhD, Brain Cognition and Brain Disease Institute, Shen Zhen Institute of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Tuesday 24, January 2023

CBBM Lecture - The vasculature of the brain - general characteristics and insights from blood flow modelling

by Dr. Franca Schmid, Institute of Fluid Dynamics, ETH Zürich and Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Tuesday 22, November 2022

CBBM Lecture - A tour through the bat brain: hearing and vocalization networks in an auditory specialist

by Dr. Julio Hechevarria, Auditory Computations Lab, Department for Neurobiology and Biosensors, Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main

Tuesday 06, September 2022

CBBM Lecture - Adipose tissue - a treasure box for discoveries

by Prof. Dr. Matthias Blüher, Clinic for Endocrinology and Nephrology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Leipzig

Tuesday 21, June 2022

CBBM Lecture - Predictive representations in vision, language and music

by Floris de Lange, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition, and Behaviour, Radboud University

Tuesday 14, June 2022

CBBM Lecture - Regulation of Brown adipose tissue function by novel, cold-inducible Adenylyl Cyclase proteoforms

by Jan-Wilhelm Kornfeld, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of South Denmark (Odense)

Tuesday 24, May 2022

CBBM Lecture - Attending across time

by Rachel Denison, Psychological & Brain Science, Boston University

Tuesday 03, May 2022

CBBM Lecture - When affect sharing and self-other distinction fail: understanding empathy from a developmental and clinical perspective

by Giorgia Silani, Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, University of Vienna, Austria

Tuesday 19, April 2022

CBBM Lecture - Controllability shapes human learning and decision-making under uncertainty

by Valentin Wyart, Inserm/ École Normale Supérieure Paris

Tuesday 29, March 2022

CBBM Lecture - Choice history bias as a window into cognition and neural circuits

by Anne Urai, Department of Cognitive Psychology, Leiden University