SFB News - 2014
19.11.2014 How stress influences memory

Emotionally relevant information are best memorised. Evidence of origins of posttraumatic stress disorders. Click here for the article in RUBENS.
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06.10.2014 A glimpse into the 3D brain

RUB researchers have developed a new method for creating 3D models of memory-relevant brain structures.
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04.09.2014 Plastic changes in the brain

Researchers of the SFB 874 report in PNAS: Neuronal effects of novel treatment method demonstrated.
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19.08.2014 Touch improvement at the hand transfers to the face

Researchers from the RUB and the University in Lyon report in "Current Biology".
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21.05.2014 New insights about serotonin receptors

Serotonin receptor 5-HT2C is involved in the regulation of the serotonin balance in the brain.
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19.05.2014 SFB 874 continues its work

The SFB 874 (speaker: Prof. Dr. Denise Manahan-Vaughan) will be supported by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) for another 4 years. Congratulations!
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15.05.2014 Cultural Trip to Aachen

Advisory Board member Dr. Paul Rheinländer recently invited IGSN and IRTG students for a cultural day out.
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04.04.2014 Communicator-Prize 2014

DFG and the Donors' Association for the Promotion of Sciences and Humanities in Germany honor Prof. Dr. Güntürkün (Biopsychology, Faculty of Psychology) for his exemplary outreach activities.
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31.03.2014 Switching off fear with light

RUB-Neuroscientists have modifed receptors for the neurotransmitter serotonin so that they can turn on with light. This new model can be used to explore depression and anxiety.
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