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  • Neuroscience Network Basel

    A center of competence and excellence in neuroscience

  • Neuroscience Network Basel

    Explore function - Understand dysfunction - Improve diagnosis and treatment

  • Woche des Gehirns 2019

    18. - 22. März 2019

WELCOME TO THE NEUROSCIENCE NETWORK BASEL

OUR RESEARCH IN THE NEWS

W. Alden Spencer Award goes to the NNB Members Silvia Arber and Botond Roska.
August 29th, 2018. Silvia Arber and Botond Roska have been selected as co-recipients of the 2018 W. Alden Spencer Award in recognition of their outstanding contributions to understanding developmental and functional mechanisms of motor and visual system circuitry respectively. More

Movement control: how our brain responds to unexpected situations
August 23rd, 2018. NNB Member from the Biozentrum, University of Basel, and the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI) have demonstrated that the motor cortex is necessary for the execution of corrective movements in response to unexpected changes of sensory input but not when the same movements are executed spontaneously. Signatures of differential neuronal usage in the cortex accompany these two phenomena. The study has recently been published in “Neuron”. More

Brain Research: ERC Starting Grant for Neuroscientist from Basel (August 15th 2018)
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded professor Jan Gründemann one of the coveted ERC Starting Grants. The neuroscientist from the University of Basel will receive approx. 1.5 million euros over the next five years for his research project in the fields of neurophysiology and brain research. More

SEMINARS

Neuroscience Seminar More

31.01.2019
Erin Schumann, Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt
Title: tba
Host: Fiona Doetsch, Biozentrum

BENCH TO BEDSIDE 2019

Friday, 15th February 2019, 9.00h - 17.30h

The Bench-to-Bedside Symposium is the main event of the Neuroscience Network Basel (NNB) and takes place annually during the winter break. The one-day symposium is organized by members of the NNB and is a platform for neuroscientists from a wide range of institutional backgrounds to discuss and exchange ideas on selected current research topics. Researchers from basic research (“bench”) as well as from (bio)-medical research (“bedside”) present their recent findings, and discuss their findings following their talk as well as during the breaks. The symposium is an important platform for students not only to meet group leaders but most of all, to learn to connect and understand research findings of different areas of neurosciences. More

 

WOCHE DES GEHIRN 2019

18. - 22. März 2019

Die Woche des Gehirns wird weltweit jährlich im März durchgeführt, in Europa bereits zum 22. Mal.

Wo sind die Wörter und Zahlen im Gehirn, wie und wieso entscheiden, handeln und bewegen wir uns, was bewirkt Stress und wie können wir uns dagegen wehren– das sind einige Themen der diesjährigen internationalen «Woche des Gehirns», die in Basel vom 18. bis 22. März stattfindet. An öffentlichen Veranstaltungen möchten Forschende dem Publikum die Vielschichtigkeit der Gehirnfunktionen näherbringen, das Verständnis für aktuelle Forschungsfragen fördern und ihre Faszination für das Gehirn weitergeben. Mehr

 


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Past events and publications

Woche des Gehirns 2018, 12. - 16.03.2018

http://www.neuronetwork.unibas.ch/brainweek18

Bench to Bedside Symposium, 02.02.2018

http://www.neuronetwork.unibas.ch/b2b_2018.html

Woche des Gehirns 2017, 12. - 19.03.2017

http://www.neuronetwork.unibas.ch/brainweek17

27.1. 2017, SSN annual meeting 2017

www.swissneuroscience.ch/

13. - 20. 3. 2016, Woche des Gehirns

www.neuronetwork.unibas.ch/brainweek16

5. 2. 2016, Bench to Bedside Symposium 2016

Bench to Bedside Symposium 2016

Neuroscience PhD Opportunities

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THEMATIC PRIORITIES