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CBBS supports Magdeburg conference series:


lin-symposium„4th LIN-Symposium“
Tangermuende, August 25 - 28, 2014

CBBS is again involved this year in the organization and funding of the LIN Symposium. The event has received international acclaim as one of the best meetings on the subject of Synapsis Biology in Europe. The importance of the meeting shows in the multiple confirmations of attendance by the editors of leading journals such as Karin Dumstrei from The EMBO and Katja Brose from Neuron. Lead by Michael R. Kreutz, the 4th Symposium will again evolve around the molecular foundations of neural plasticity, a field that is one of the most challenging and ever-changing in the brain sciences. Focus this year is on the topic of synaptopathies.

Find out more here and as PDF.



auditory-cortex„5th International Conference on Auditory Cortex”
Magdeburg, September 13 - 17, 2014

CBBS is once again cofunding this year’s edition of the conference series “The Auditory Cortex”. The goal of this conference is to bring together scientists that are dedicated to studying the auditory cortex of humans on the one hand and that of non-human vertebrates on the other. In order to achieve significant advances in understanding the build and functionality of the hearing cortex, a synthesis of both human and animal trials is of the essence in this field.
A second goal is to advance hearing research on a national and international level, especially that on the hearing cortex. The importance of this becomes evident when we look at the expanse of hearing damage all the way up to deafness that is present in today’s society, which has significant impact on the individual’s abilities to communicate and therefore function in society.

Find out more here and here.

„Wissenschaft im Rathaus" - Stressbelastung, Konflikte und Mobbing am Arbeitsplatz als Risikofaktoren für psychische und psychosomatische Erkrankungen: Was können wir tun?

17.04.2024 - Am 29. April 2024, um 19 Uhr, spricht Dr. med. Florian Junne (Universitätsklinik für Psychosomatische Medizin und Psychotherapie Magdeburg)

Institutskolloquium Psychologie: Visual information processing in the human brain: The role of lateral occipital cortex in visual context integration

16.04.2024 - Am 23. April 2024, 17.15 Uhr im Geb.22a der OVGU, spricht PD Dr. Ralph Weidner (Research Center Jülich)

Eigenständiger Gedächtnistest per Smartphone kann Vorzeichen von Alzheimer erkennen

27.03.2024 - Digitaler Ansatz soll Weg für bessere Frühdiagnostik bereiten

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