Neuroanatomy Freiburg

Our research focuses on structural and functional plasticity of neurons and their molecular regulation in health and disease. Using reverse and horizontal translation approaches for (non-)invasive neuromodulation, we strive to better understand how the brain works. Eventually our findings may support the development of new therapeutic strategies in neurology and psychiatry based on ‘neural plasticity modulation’.

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Open Positions

DiaQNOS Postdoc position

We invite applications for a BMBF-funded lighthouse project focusing on the development and implementation of a “Diamond-based Quantum Sensor for Neurosurgery (DiaQNOS)”

Application deadline: 01.02.2023

NEMO-TMS Postdoc position

Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience (CRCNS) on the development of an experimentally validated multi-scale Network Model for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (NEMO-TMS 2.0).

Application deadline: 01.02.2023