From Freiburg to Glasgow with no time to breathe: both Svenjas are at the annual meeting of the Organization of Human Brain Mapping in Glasgow where they present their current projects.
Psychologie und Gehirn is happening again. After last year’s online version, the conference is happening in person again. And our Monika – who had left us for Freiburg two yeas ago – is one of the organizers! Svenja B is part of a symposium on complementary memory systems in the… Read More »conferences: PuG Freiburg
It had to be postponed several times because of COVID, but finally here it is: the fifth conference on the Functional Architecture of Memory (FAM)! We expect a highly interesting conference with a familiar atmosphere as always.
Svenja B sends her regards from the European Sleep Research Society’s Sleep Science School “The Functions of Sleep” currently taking place at the beautiful Villa Clythia in Frèjus, France. She just gave a talk about information processing in the transition to sleep and how we can image the locus coeruleus–noradrenergic… Read More »talk: information processing in the transition to sleep
Svenja B and Monika have organized a symposium at this year’s Psychology and the Brain (PuG) conference. There will be great talks by Niklas Vocke (DZNE Magdeburg), David Berron (Lund University) and Antonia Lenders (Freiburg University).
Our group has the honour, together with Birgit Derntl and Mannfred Hallschmid, to organize the conference Psychologie und Gehirn 2021 online, the Annual Conference of the Fachgruppe Biologische Psychologie der DGPs and the DGPA. Although we miss meeting you in person, we believe that the online conference will be a… Read More »conference: Psychologie und Gehirn 2021 online
Steffen and Lea will be attending ESRS in Basel from the 25th to the 28th of September. Lea will be presenting a poster on her newest MEG results on October, 26th from 11:00 to 13:00 (P033). Come find us and discuss slow oscillations, sleep spindles and why recording sleep in… Read More »meet us and discuss our new MEG sleep results at ESRS in Basel