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neuroscience thematic week

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IN the last week of spring three webinars bring us perspectives from Neuroscience

Neuroscience has many applications in our everyday life. From the way we perceive the world around us to how we unlock our creativity. New research allows us to detect problems or predispositions of neural diseases early enough and even prevent them. STEM cell research is a big tool in this race. But what do we really know about the brain?

How does the stress alter our brain? What happens to our brain when we are practicing the piano or listening to music? What is STEM cell research?

Three scientists take part in the Neuroscience thematic week and offer us an overview into all of these topics through their research. Find below the details on how/when to join! Upon registering for each webinar you will receive the respective zoom coordinates.

  • Tuesday 28.5.24 16:00-17:00 CET:

"brain and the arts"

Dr. Marianna Kapsetaki, University of Athens/ University of Crete/ Venizelio Hospital

  • Wednesday 29.5.24 10:30-11:30 CET:

"how can we use your skin cells to study your brain?"

Dr. Liliana Pedro, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE)

  • Friday 31.5.24 12:30-13:30 CET:

"stress: It's all a matter of perspective!"

Dr. Monika Chongtham, EPFL, Switzerland


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