Upcoming Talks at Neuroseminars

  • 7 Oct. 2020, 15:00

    Rune Berg

    Department of Neuroscience, KU
    Title: “A new theory of the neural generation of movement.”

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  • 4 Nov. 2020, 15:00

    Malin Parmar

    Department of Experimental Medical Science, Lund University
    Title: Using single cell omics to assess graft composition and developmental trajectory of stemcell-derived dopamine neurons in a rat model of Parkinsons Disease

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  • 2 Dec. 2020, 15:00

    Cordelia Imig and Barbara L. Lind

    Department of Neuroscience, KU
    Cordelia Imig: Dissecting the Molecular and Structural Basis of Neurosecretion
    Barbara L. Lind: Study of functional interactions at the astrocyte-vascular interface with fast 3D two-photon Ca2+ imaging in awake mice.

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  • 6 Jan. 2021, 15:00

    Merete Nordentoft

    CORE- Copenhagen Research Centre for Mental Health, Department of Clinical Medicine, Rigshospitalet
    Title: How early is too late? Possibilities for prevention and early intervention in psychosis

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  • 3 Feb. 2021, 15:00

    Messoud Ashina

    Professor and Director of the Human Migraine Research Unit, the Danish Headache Center and Department of Neurology, Rigshospitalet Glostrup
    Title: Targeting downstream intracellular signaling in migraine

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  • 3 Mar. 2021, 15:00

    Claire Meehan

    Department of Neuroscience, KU
    Title: Going Out With a Bang? Excitability, Motoneurone Disease and the Mid-Life Crisis

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  • 7 Apr. 2021, 15:00

    Marco Capogna

    Dandrite, Aarhus University
    Title: TBA

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  • 5 May 2021, 15:00

    Junior Faculty

    Department of Neuroscience, KU
    Trine L. Toft-Bertelsen: TRPV4 – the bridge over troubled (brain) water
    Anna Kadkova: Human disease mutations in SNAP-25 abolish binding to synaptotagmin-1
    Jessica Pingel: TBA

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  • 2 June 2021, 15:00

    Petrine Wellendorph

    Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology
    Title: “Identification of the long-sought GHB high-affinity binding site in the mammalian brain”

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