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ZSN Seminar

Time: Thursdays, 17:15 h

Location: INI Hannover, Rudolf-Pichlmayr-Str. 4, 30625 Hannover

(Unless otherwise noted.)

 

Programme for download.

Summer term 2019 ZSN Seminar
25.04.2019 Prof. Dr. Tillmann Krüger
Dept. of Psychiatry, Social Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Section of Clinical Psychology and Sexual Medicine, MHH
“How botulinum toxin may change the face of psychiatry”
09.05.2019
different location
Dr. Alexandra Neyazi
Dept. of Psychiatry, Social Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Section of Clinical Psychology and Sexual Medicine, MHH
Epigenetics of antidepressant-treatment response − a focus on electroconvulsive therapy
Dr. Birthe Gericke
Institute for Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmacy, TiHo
“A novel mechanism of drug extrusion by brain endothelial cells via lysosomal drug trapping and disposal by neutrophils“
Location: Institute for Pathology, TiHo, lecture hall
Extraordinary seminar
Tue, 04.06.2019
different location
PD Dr. Peter Schneider
Research Team "Music and Brain“, Clinic of Neurology, Heidelberg University Hospital
“Neural basis of sound perception – between outstanding auditory skills and auditory dysfunction”
Location: HMTM Hannover, Schiffgraben 48, 30175 Hannover, seminar room 1st floor
06.06.2019 Dr. Malte Feja
Institute for Pharmacology, Toxicology und Pharmacy, TiHo
“Tools and therapeutics: local drug delivery and chemogenetic strategies targeting deep brain structures”
Dr. Florian Hansmann, PhD
Institute for Pathology, TiHo
”Theiler’s Murine Encephalomyelitis as Model for studying virus-induced lesions in the central and peripheral nervous system“
20.06.2019 Prof. Dr. Holger A. Volk
Small Animal Clinic, TiHo
Title to be announced
04.07.2019 Prof. Dr. Hassan Y. Naim
Institute for Physiological Chemistry, TiHo
Title to be announced
18.07.2019 Prof. Dr. Christian Wahl-Schott
Institute for Neurophysiology, MHHTitle to be announced

Announcement 2nd Year Project

 

Students of the PhD program ‘Systems Neuroscience’ are giving a bilingual workshop about neuroscience entitled ‘Nervenkitzel – Neurowissenschaften hautnah’ (‘thrills – in touch with neuroscience’) at the IdeenExpo2019 in Hannover (20th and 21st June 2019). The aim is to inform pupils of the 11th-13th grade (16-18 years) about the anatomy and functions of the nervous system in a playful and tangible way. In addition, the pupils get the chance to learn something about an altered or impaired nervous system, as this is the case in some diseases or after alcohol consumption.

Firstly, the PhD students will briefly introduce their academic backgrounds and the PhD program. Afterwards, the structure of the 90 minutes lasting workshop is explained to the pupils who are then divided into five groups for different hands-on activities, each station takes 15 minutes in time (Figure 1). Within the workshop stations the pupils get in touch with different topics explained by the PhD students. The station ‘touch the brain’ gives the pupils the chance to learn something about the anatomy of the human brain. Additionally, they can compare various animal brain preparations (e.g., elephant, horse, cattle, cat, dog, and mouse) and spot differences between them. Additionally, pupils are made aware of how diseases change the brain’s function. Another station is called ‘Alkoho(H)l’, here they can experience the feeling of being drunk. By wearing some Drunk Boosters™ goggles to imitate this condition they are asked to perform some daily tasks. Moreover, they can experience by themselves how external stimuli (temperature, pressure and vision) are integrated from the peripheral to the central nervous system at the station ‘Feel it!’, which deals with perception of senses. The more clinical-related station called ‘how to measure thinking’ introduces pupils into the field of neuropsychology. Afterwards, they perform different standardised cognitive experiments for testing their cognitive skills, short-term memory and flexibility of thinking. These examinations are used in clinics for diagnosis of nervous diseases, such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. Last but not least, the pupils are invited to analyse mice brains by microscopy. Therefore, they have the chance to stain brain slices by their own and observe the different structures by microscopy. In addition, slices from infected brains are provided to compare them with healthy brains.

The interactive neuroscience workshop held by young scientists shall inspire and arouse the pupil’s interest in neuroscience. Moreover, it gives the PhD students the chance to get in touch with pupils, give them an insight into the diversity of neuroscience and of the PhD student’s work in the laboratory.

 

Figure 1: schedule of our workshop at the IdeenExpo2019

 

Figure 2: schedule of our workshop at the IdeenExpo 2019

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