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Prof. Dr. Jochen Triesch coordinator of „Computational Connectomics”

Prof. Dr. Jochen Triesch (ICNF’s executive committee member, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Goethe University Frankfurt) is coordinator of the new Priority Programme (PP) Computational Connectomics. The young field of connectomics enables the production and study of detailed maps of connections within an organism’s nervous system at unprecedented scale and precision.

Materialien zum Vortrag von Prof. Singer

Vortragsfolien und Audio-Mitschnitt des Vortrags von Prof. Wolf Singer im Rahmen der 1. rmn² lecture

Prof. Dr. Jochen Roeper became new member of the Gutenberg Research College in Mainz

ERC Advanced Grant for Amparo Acker-Palmer

How do neurons and blood vessels “talk” to each other? Neurobiologist Amparo Acker-Palmer receives an ERC Advanced Grant of 2.5 Mio Euros for 5 years.

Bernstein Award 2013 for Hermann Cuntz

Ernst Strüngmann Institute for Neuroscience in Cooperation with Max Planck Society, Frankfurt and Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, for his investigations on the structure of neuronal connections

ERC Starting Grant for Ilka Diester

Ilka Diester (Bernstein Award 2012, Ernst Strüngmann Institute, Frankfurt) receives an ERC Starting grant for her project “Optogenetic dissection of motor cortex dynamics and pathways”.

Ilka Diester receives Bernstein Award

Ilka Diester, Ernst Strüngmann Institute for Neuroscience in Cooperation with Max Planck Society, Frankfurt, receives Bernstein Award 2012, one of the world’s best endowed junior research awards.

ERC Advanced Grant for Gilles Laurent

Gilles Laurent, Director at the Max-Planck-Institute for Brain Research receives prestigious ERC Advanced Grant to study the reptilian cortex.

Organisation of the brain resembles daily life: The rich get richer and richer

ICNF researchers at the FIAS can explain why synapses develop differently.

New rmn² (Rhine-Main Neuroscience Network) Collaborative Research Center 1080 on “Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Neural Homeostasis”

is granted 9,3 Mio Euro for 4 years by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

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