Neuroanatomy Freiburg

Our research focuses on structural and functional plasticity of neurons and their molecular regulation in health and disease. Using reverse 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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Neuroanatomy course 2022

Neuroanatomy course is starting next week (10.01.). We are excited and looking forward to seeing you all in dissection hall!…

Sono4Students and Gross Anatomy Course

Today our hands-on sonography course started at the Institute of Anatomy and Cell Biology. A great collaboration with Sono4Students Freiburg. Peer-Teaching…

Young Talent Award of Anatomical Society

Congratulations to Dr. Christos Galanis for receiving this years Young Talent Award of the Anatomical Society (Nachwuchspreis der Anatomischen Gesellschaft)…

Gleiche Rechte im Gehirn? Neurowissenschaftler von #jlugiessen, @goetheuni und @ESI_Frankfurt zeigen, dass "Gleichberechtigung" auch die kleinsten Bestandteile des Gehirns betrifft: die #Dendriten. Eine gemeinsame Publikation ist in #Neuron veröffentlicht. https://www.uni-giessen.de/ueber-uns/pressestelle/pm/pm02-22dendritische_konstanz

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Open Positions

Currently, we do not have any open positions. However, we are always interested in highly motivated and enthusiastic colleagues. If you feel you are a good match for usplease feel free to apply.
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