The EUCOR-funded Human Brain Dissection Course for graduate students in neuroscience was held in Basel and Freiburg on April 20th and 21st. Students from both universities learned about structures of the human brain that are commonly affected by neurological diseases. Over two days, participants worked in groups, alongside their peers, gaining valuable knowledge for their future research endeavors. The course also included sessions on augmented reality (AR) technologies and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), showcasing that Anatomy is a modern and highly collaborative discipline that employs cutting-edge clinical techniques for research and teaching. We are thrilled to have offered this course in partnership with our colleagues from Basel to our students.
- Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) triggers dose-dependent homeostatic rewiring in recurrent neuronal networks November 29, 2023
- Brain stimulation-on-a-chip: a neuromodulation platform for brain slices November 15, 2023
- Celebrating 40 Years of Dedication: Sigrun Nestel October 25, 2023
- BrainWorlds Freiburg-Oxford Workshop October 18, 2023
- The role of APP at EC-DG synapses August 11, 2023