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202301octAll Day04Optogenetics 2023Optogenetics Meeting 2023(All Day) Landhotel Am Rothenberg, Rothenbergstraße 4Speaker:Boyden, Bugaj, Dalkara, Duvarci, Entcheva, Gottschalk, Hemmert, Kleinlogel, Lacour, Macé, Oertner, Roska, Sacconi, Tabor, Weber
DATE: 01 – 04 October 2023 Location: Landhotel Am Rothenberg, Volpriehausen This meeting follows the tradition of the Channelrhopsin and SPP1926 Optogenetics meetings and strives to gather the optogenetics community and
DATE: 01 – 04 October 2023
Location: Landhotel Am Rothenberg, Volpriehausen
This meeting follows the tradition of the Channelrhopsin and SPP1926 Optogenetics meetings and strives to gather the optogenetics community and facilitate collaborations. It has been made possible by funding contributed by Göttingen CRCs and MBExC. We are very excited about the list of already confirmed speakers (see below) and will cover the whole spectrum of tool development to control and image cellular behaviour and their applications in bacteria, eukaryotic cells, organs like the heart and brain to the translation of optogenetic approaches into clinics.
If you want to apply for posters, please send an email to: ed.cxebm@3202scitenegotpo
Edward Boyden, Lukasz Bugaj, Deniz Dalkara, Sevil Duvarci, Emilia Entcheva, Alexander Gottschalk, Werner Hemmert, Sonja Kleinlogel, Stéphanie Lacour, Emilie Macé, Thomas Oertner, Botond Roska, Leonardo Sacconi, Jeffrey Tabor, Wilfried Weber
The hotel is fully booked, but participants can still join on a daily basis but have to find accommodation on their own.
To register for the meeting, please send an email to: ed.cxebm@3202scitenegotpo.
For further information please visit the meeting website: http://optogenetics2023.uni-goettingen.de
We are looking forward to welcome you in Volpriehausen in fall 2023!
On behalf of the entire organizing team,
Tobias Brügmann, Andreas Möglich and Tobias Moser
202310oct5:00 PM6:00 PMVirtual/ Physical EventHertha Sponer College Lecture SeriesHertha Sponer College Lecture with Housen Li5:00 PM - 6:00 PM OnlineSpeaker:Dr. Housen Li, Institute of Mathematical Stochastics, University of Göttingen
The Hertha Sponer College Lecture Series is addressed to interested students, PhD candidates, postdocs, and PIs. The overall idea is to fundamentally explain research by providing an
The Hertha Sponer College Lecture Series is addressed to interested students, PhD candidates, postdocs, and PIs. The overall idea is to fundamentally explain research by providing an overview about the general aims of the six MBExC Research Alliances with special focus on the specific techniques that are developed and applied. The lectures take place on Tuesdays at 5 pm within the semester term, and are offered by MBExC PIs. Subsequent to lecture and discussion, Hertha Sponer College members have the opportunity to “Meet-the-PI” and each other for asking more specific or general questions, networking and socializing.
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202316octAll Day20Prion 2023Prion2023 Congress(All Day) University of the Algarve, Gambelas Campus, Faro, Campus da Penha, 8005-139 FaroSpeaker:Jeffrey Kordower, Mathias Jucker, Jiyan Ma, Szymon Manka, Sophie Mouillet-Richard, Christina Sigurdson, Jerson Silva, Glenn Telling, David Westaway, Reed Wickner, Inga Zerr, Chiara Zurzolo and many more
On behalf of the Prion2023 Congress Organizing Committee and the NeuroPrion Association, we invite you to join us for the International Conference Prion2023 from 16-20 October 2023 in Faro, Portugal. The
On behalf of the Prion2023 Congress Organizing Committee and the NeuroPrion Association, we invite you to join us for the International Conference Prion2023 from 16-20 October 2023 in Faro, Portugal.
The Prion2023 Congress in Faro will follow the Prion 2020/22 meeting in Göttingen, the Prion2017 in Edinburgh, Prion2018 in Santiago de Compostela and Prion2019 in Edmonton. We intend to follow the format as well as high standard and quality of the previous meetings. The Prion2023 aims to bring together leading scientists in the field of prion- and prion-like disorders and will discuss the latest developments in structural biology, prion propagation, transmission, animal and human diseases. We will encourage and foster lively discussions about the nature of the agent, the risk to human and animal health, and emerging therapeutic concepts.
We hope to attract the participation of young scientists at early stages in their careers, and will provide ample opportunities for them to present their work. We have allocated considerable space for selected oral communications.
The program will comprise keynote lectures dedicated to specific topics. Oral presentations and poster sessions will be selected from submitted abstracts. Pre-conference workshops and patient organization meetings will be part of the program, and we will include a hot-topics session at the end of the conference.
Faro is a university city on the coast in the southern region of Algarve, providing a fantastic back-drop to the congress. The venue of the conference will be the university lecture hall , where all facilities needed for the conference are available.
We look forward to meeting you in Faro in 2023!
Prion2023 Organizing Committee
202327nov5:00 PM6:00 PMOptogenetics Club LectureTop-down control of neocortical threat memory5:00 PM - 6:00 PM MPI-NAT, City Campus, Hermann-Rein-Str. 3Speaker:Prof. Dr. Johannes Letzkus, Institute for Physiology I, University of Freiburg
Prof. Dr. Johannes Letzkus from the Institute for Physiology I, University of Freiburg will talk about “Top-down control of neocortical threat memory” Abstract Accurate perception of the environment is a constructive
Prof. Dr. Johannes Letzkus from the Institute for Physiology I, University of Freiburg will talk about “Top-down control of neocortical threat memory”
Accurate perception of the environment is a constructive process that requires integration of external bottom-up sensory signals with internally-generated top-down information reflecting past experiences and current aims. Decades of work have elucidated how sensory neocortex processes physical stimulus features. In contrast, examining how memory-related top-down information is encoded and integrated with bottom-up signals has long been challenging. Here, I will discuss our recent work identifying the outermost layer 1 of neocortex as a central hotspot for processing of experience-dependent top-down information during threat perception, one of the most fundamentally important forms of sensory perception.
Chairs: Tobias Moser and Thomas Mager