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seminars [09.05.2018 11:48]
Kerstin Just [Lecture]
seminars [12.11.2018 13:10] (current)
Kerstin Just [Progress reports]
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 ====== Seminars ====== ====== Seminars ======
-**Summer ​Term 2018**+**Winter ​Term 2018/19**
  
 ===== Course Structure ===== ===== Course Structure =====
 The program for doctoral and postdoctoral students comprises 2 semesters (I to II), each consisting of 3 (summer term) resp. 4 consecutive modules (winter term) [(1) to (4)]. The program for doctoral and postdoctoral students comprises 2 semesters (I to II), each consisting of 3 (summer term) resp. 4 consecutive modules (winter term) [(1) to (4)].
 At the end of each semester, on completing all 3 resp.4 mandatory modules, a certificate is being issued. Requirement:​ attendance of at least 80%.\\ At the end of each semester, on completing all 3 resp.4 mandatory modules, a certificate is being issued. Requirement:​ attendance of at least 80%.\\
-The following modules are offered during ​summer ​term 2018:\\ +The following modules are offered during ​winter ​term 2018/19:\\ 
-(1) Lecture “Sensory Systems – Basics and Principles ​II”\\+(1) Lecture “Sensory Systems – Basics and Principles ​I”\\
 (2)     ​Progress Reports ​ – Progress in Neuroscience Research of the Retina and the Inner Ear\\ (2)     ​Progress Reports ​ – Progress in Neuroscience Research of the Retina and the Inner Ear\\
 (3) Optional Courses\\ ​ (3) Optional Courses\\ ​
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 ^  Date  ^  Topic  ^  Lecturer ​ ^ ^  Date  ^  Topic  ^  Lecturer ​ ^
-|16.04.2018|  ​Comparative Aspects of first Synapses in sensory Organs ​ ​|  ​Marlies KnipperTübingen Hearing Research ​Center ​ | +|22.10.2018|  ​Introduction to Sensory Systems/​Chemical Senses-Taste ​ ​|  ​H. HerbertGraduate Training ​Center ​of Neuroscience ​ | 
-|23.04.2018|  ​Gene Expression analyses in Eye and EarRecent Findings and Future Possibilities ​  |  ​Marita FeldkämperCentre ​of Ophthalmology ​ | +|29.10.2018|  ​Chemical Senses-Taste ​ |  R. Harting, MPI für biologische Kybernetik ​ | 
-|07.05.2018|  ​Brain Control to Major Tom – how the Mind shapes Hearing ​  |  ​Lukas RüttigerTübingen Hearing Research ​Center ​ | +| ::: |  ​Chemical Senses-Olfaction ​ |  H. HerbertGraduate Training Center ​of Neuroscience ​ | 
-|14.05.2018|  ​Lecture ​of 16 April/​Tutorial ​     +|05.11.2018|  ​Chemical Senses-Olfaction ​  |  ​H. HerbertGraduate Training ​Center ​of Neuroscience ​ | 
-|28.05.2018|  ​Pathophysiology of the Eye: Function ​  |  ​MSeeliger, Centre ​for Ophthalmology ​ | +|12.11.2018|  ​Visual System I  |  F. Paquet-Durand,​ Centre ​of Ophthalmology  ​| 
-|04.06.2017|  ​Pathology ​of the Ear/ClinicSpecial Pathology of the Inner Ear   |  ​HLöwenheim, Tübingen Hearing Research Center ​ | +| ::: |  Cochlea I  |  A. Gummer, Tübingen Hearing Research Center  ​
-|11.06.2018|  ​Age-related Macular Degeneration ​  |  ​Sylvie Julien-SchraermeyerCentre ​for Ophthalmology ​ | +|19.11.2018|  ​Visual System II  ​|  ​FPaquet-Durand, Centre ​of Ophthalmology ​ | 
-|18.06.2018|  ​Molecular Therapies ​for Retinal Diseases ​ ​|  ​Bernd WissingerCentre ​for Ophthalmology ​ | +::: |  Cochlea II  |  AGummer, Tübingen Hearing Research Center ​ | 
-|25.06.2018|  Tutorial ​ |    +|26.11.2018|  ​Tutorial ​ |  F. Paquet-Durand,​ Centre ​of Ophthalmology ​ | 
-|02.07.2018|  ​Special Topics of Olfactory Processing ​ ​|  ​HBreerUniversity of Hohenheim, Faculty of Natural Sciences ​ | +| ::: |  ​Tutorial ​ |  AGummer, Tübingen Hearing Research Center ​ | 
-|09.07.2018|  ​Special Topics of Gustatory Processing ​ ​|  ​HBreerUniversity of Hohenheim, Faculty of Natural Sciences ​ | +|Additional tba|  Cochlea ​  ​| ​ J. Ostwald, Institute for Neurobiology ​ | 
-|16.07.2018|  ​Visual Hallucinations and other Strange Visual Phenomena ​  |  ​HWilhelmCentre of Ophthalmology ​ |  +|03.12.2018|  ​Auditory Sytem I   |  ​J. OstwaldInstitute ​for Neurobiology ​ | 
-|23.07.2018|  Tutorial ​  ​| ​   |+|10.12.2018|  ​Auditory Sytem II   ​| ​ J. Ostwald, Institute ​for Neurobiology ​ 
 +|17.12.2018|  ​Auditory Sytem III  |  J. OstwaldInstitute ​for Neurobiology ​ | 
 +|07.01.2019|  Tutorial ​ |  J. Ostwald, Institute for Neurobiology  ​
 +|14.01.2019|  ​Somatosensory System ​ ​|  ​CBraunMEG Center ​ | 
 +|21.01.2019|  ​Touch  ​|  ​CBraunMEG Center ​ | 
 +|28.01.2019|  ​Pain   |  ​CBraunMEG Center ​ |  
 +|04.02.2019|  Tutorial ​  ​| ​ C. Braun, MEG Center ​  |
  
  
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 **Language:​** English\\ **Language:​** English\\
 ^  Date  ^  Lecturers ​ ^   ​Department / Section ​ ^  Title  ^ ^  Date  ^  Lecturers ​ ^   ​Department / Section ​ ^  Title  ^
-|  ​17.05.2018   ​|  ​MD Moniruzzaman ​ ​| ​ AG Ueffing ​(FIA)  |  ​Dissection of the ciliary function of Lebercilin and its dysfunction in Leber'​s congenital amaurosis ​ | +|  ​08.11.2018   ​|  ​Pablo Sanz Diez  ​| ​ AG Wahl (FIA)  |  ​Improving ​the accomodation system performance ​ | 
-|::: |  ​Marie-Kristin Manthey ​ ​| ​ AG Knipper ​(THRC) ​ |  ​Influence of peripheral BDNF on central ​auditory ​processing ​ | +|::: |  ​Dr. Stefan Fink  ​| ​ AG Löwenheim ​(THRC) ​ |  ​Improving ​auditory ​neuron dendrite outgrowth in vitro  | 
-|  ​14.06.2018   ​|  ​Sarah Strauss, Juliane Skinner ​ ​|  ​AGs Berens/Euler (FIA)  |  ​Investigating direction selectivity computation in the starburst amacrine cell  | +|  ​13.12.2018   ​|  ​Maria Korymidou ​ ​|  ​AG Euler (FIA)  |  ​Chromating processing at the mouse photoreceptor synapse ​ | 
-|::: |  Philine Marchetta ​ |  AG Knipper (THRC) ​ |  ​Influence of mineralo- and glucocorticoid ​receptors ​on sound-induced long-term changes in auditory nerve response and central auditory processing ​  | +|::: |  Philine Marchetta ​ |  AG Knipper (THRC) ​ |  ​Central stress ​receptors ​influence differentially ​sound-induced long-term changes in auditory nerve response and central auditory processing ​  | 
-|  ​12.07.2018  ​| ​  Kangwei Jiao   |  AG Paquet-Durand ​(FIA)  |  ​A cross talk: from clinical to basic research ​for Retinitis Pigmentosa ​ | +|  ​24.01.2019  ​| ​  Hamedc Shabani ​  |  AG Zrenner/​Rathbun ​(FIA)  |  ​Physiological classification of mouse retinal ganglion cells for retinal implants ​ | 
-|::: |  Dr. Stefan Fink |  AG Löwenheim (THRC) ​ |  ​Improving auditory neuron dendrite outgrowth ​in vitro  |+|::: |  Dr. Barbara Vona  ​|  AG Löwenheim (THRC) ​ |  ​From diagnostics to novel gene discovery—a gene hunter’s guide to hereditary hearing loss  | 
 +|  21.02.2019 ​ |   Fatma Mohammed Refaat ​  ​| ​ AG Knipper (THRC) ​ |  Identification of Possible Correlations between Sound-Induced ABR and BOLD-fMRI Responses ​in Tinnitus Patients ​ | 
 +|::: |  tba  |  tba   ​| ​ tba  |
  
 At each date two progress reports will be presented – one by a junior scientist of the Centre for Ophthalmology,​ one by a junior scientist of the Hearing Research Centre / ENT-Clinic (Schedule per progress report: 30 min talk, 15 min discussion).\\ At each date two progress reports will be presented – one by a junior scientist of the Centre for Ophthalmology,​ one by a junior scientist of the Hearing Research Centre / ENT-Clinic (Schedule per progress report: 30 min talk, 15 min discussion).\\