Welcome to the Bonn Lecture Series Seminars in Neuroscience. This series recruits excellent speakers in the three topical areas:
- Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
- Clinical Neuroscience
- Systems Neuroscience/Bonn Imaging Seminar
It also integrates the seminars of the SFB 1089 'Synaptic Micronetworks in Health and Disease'. The Bonn Lecture Series in Neuroscience features talks of 45 min continued with a lively discussion. Students are given extra time to talk to the speaker in the absence of group leaders.
Four times a year specially featured talks are held in the Helmholtz Lecture Series. These talks take place in the spectacular auditorium of the Department of Anatomy. Helmholtz Lecture Series talks are concluded with a small wine and cheese reception.
We also provide information about the neuroscience seminars of the Bonn Neuroscience Community of the Friedrich Wilhelms University, as well as in the German Center for Neurodegenerative Disorders (DZNE) and the research center Caesar.
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|Date||Location||Title of the Talk||Speaker|
|Aug 30, 2016 11:00||caesar, Seminar Room A.OG1.3.01/3.03||Alcohol disturbs highly conserved neuro-molecular mechanisms to induce cravings||Karla R. Kaun|