The International Graduate School of Neuroscience (IGSN) offers an english language PhD-programme in all aspects of neuroscience from the molecular level to higher cognitive functions.
The IGSN was founded in October 2001 as an initiative of the Northrhine-Westfalian government to provide a forum for PhD candidates with superior academic track records. The IGSN offers an international network of renowned scientists, world leading supervisors and provides an excellent scientific environment.
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Title: Major Depression: factors dynamics, effects
Speaker(s): Sen Cheng, Jürgen Margraf, Indira Tendolkar
Host(s): Selver Demic
Title: Technical developments in modern neurosurgery
Speaker(s): Joachim K. Krauss, Athanasios Petridis, Martin Scholz
Host(s): Martin Scholz
Title: Chemical and Optogentics: Applications in Neuroscience
Speaker(s): Deniz Dalkara, Olivia Masseck, Alexandre Mourot
Host(s): Stefan Herlitze
01.04.2014: IGSN Conference
Title: Receptors and ion channels: The molecular basis of synaptic signaling and modulation (April 1st - 2nd, 2014)
Speaker(s): Bernd Fakler, Vidar Gundersen, Helmut Kettenmann, Frank Kirchhoff, Philippe Lory, Claus Pietrzik, Jürgen Sandkühler, Stephan Sigrist, A. B. Smit, Anne Stephenson, DirkTrauner, Chris de Zeeuw
Host(s): Denise Manahan-Vaughan, Michael Hollmann
Title: Fit for purpose: the impact of physical activity on cognitive function in the rat
Speaker(s): Áine Kelly. Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institut, Dublin
Host(s): Denise Manahan-Vaughan
Title: Explorations into the Avian mind
Speaker(s): Mike Colombo, Richard Hahnloser, Harald Luksch
Host(s): Charlotte Koenen
Title: Single cell mechanisms in epilepsy
Speaker(s): Heinz Beck, Dominique Durand, Fang Zheng
Host(s): Beate Knauer, Dina Safina
Title: Animal models of psychiatric disorders
Speaker(s): Astrid Friebe, Christina Winter, Susanne Wolf
Host(s): Georg Juckel, Martin Brüne
Title: Thyroid hormones and cortical neurodevelopment: etiological implications for psychiatric diseases
Speaker(s): Pere Berbel, Dept. of Histology and Anatomy, University Miguel Hermández, Alicante, Spain
Host(s): Irmgard Dietzel-Meyer
Title: Cellular and subcellular mechanisms underlying Alzheimer's disease
Speaker(s): Ella Bossy-Wetzel, Tara Spires-Jones, Patricia Szot
Host(s): Viviane Reijak, Hannah Twarkowski
Title: The entorhinal cortex and spatial navigation: focusing on path integration
Speaker(s): Etienne Save, Lab. of Cognitive Neuroscience, Aix-Marseille University, France
Host(s): Magdalena Sauvage
Title: The effect of environmental enrichment on hippocampal physiology and memory function
Speaker(s): Nicoletta Berardi, Thomas Foster, Abdul H. Mohammed
Host(s): Motoharu Yoshida
Title: Principles of Brain Wiring
Speaker(s): Hermann Cuntz, Stefan Rotter, Dirk Schubert
Host(s): Patrik Krieger
Title: Perception of the human body
Speaker(s): Beatrice de Gelder, Jan Jastorff, Gyala Kovács
Host(s): Boris Suchan, Sarah Weigelt
Title: Representation and processing of olfactory information in the olfactory system
Speaker(s): Edi Barkai,* John Bekkers*, Donald Wilson*
Host(s): Janna Aarse
Title: The darker side of the Hippocampus: addiction and cognitive dysfunction
Speaker(s): Rita Fuchs*, Raymond Kesner, John J. Wagner
Host(s): Denise Manahan-Vaughan
Speakers marked with * are requested
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IGSN Malwettbewerb 2014 für die Bochumer Grundschulen.
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IGSN painting competition 2014 for Bochumer primary schools.
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Advisory Board member Dr. Paul Rheinländer recently invited IGSN students for a cultural day out.
On the 1st and 2nd of April, the sixth IGSN conference took place, entitled "Receptors and ion channels: The molecular basis of synaptic signaling and modulation"
Onur Güntürkün is the winner of this year's Communicator Award, conferred by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and the Donors' Association for the Promotion of Sciences and Humanities in Germany.
The online application for our 2014 programme has now closed.
Thank you very much to everybody that applied.
The BoNeuroMed programme started in Oct. 2009.
See which members are associated with which areas of research or find a PhD project. Click here for this new feature.