Talks

Kick-off event for the Open Science Initiative Lübeck with Prof Ulrich Dirnagl (Charité, Berlin)

In January, the Open Science Initiative Lübeck was founded . The Open Science movement aims to ensure the reproducibility and thus sustainability of science and to enable as many people as possible to access data and research results from all fields.  Today, we would like to cordially invite you to our virtual kick-off event with …

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Research diagnostic criteria and prodromal score in Parkinson’s disease

TPU-Science Lunch on February, 10th  Dr. Sebastian Heinzel, Integrative data analytics (IDA) group at the Department of Neurology, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel, presents his latest research on the prodromal state of Parkinson’s disease.  Our weekly “Science lunch” takes place on Wednesdays at 12am – currently online. Once a month, external speakers are invited to present their research …

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Mushrooms instead of pills? The Renaissance of Hallucinogens in Psychiatry

Second TPU-Science Lunch in 2021 Dr. Felix Müller, Department of Psychiatry at Basel University (Switzerland), presents his recent studies on the effects of hallucinogens (psilocybin, mescaline, LSD) on major depression.   Our weekly “Science lunch” takes place on Wednesdays at 12am – currently online. Once a month, external speakers are invited to present their research during …

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CBBM-Lecture by Gerhard Jocham

The Obleser-group features a CBBM-lecture by Prof. Gerhard Jocham (Biological Psychology of Decision Making Institute of Experimental Psychology, HHU Düsseldorf).   Title: Decision making: memory, patch-leaving and cortical mechanisms Abstract: The first part of the presentation will focus on the bi-directional interaction between memory and decision making. Decisions are guided by information stored in memory. I will present behavioral and fMRI …

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Optimizing the effects of psychotherapy: efficacy, predictors, and side effects in routine inpatient care

First TPU-Science Lunch of the year! Dr. Philipp Herzog, Department of Psychiatry at Lübeck University, presents his research on how to optimize the effects of psychotherapy.  Our weekly “Science lunch” takes place on Wednesdays at 12am – currently online. Once a month, external speakers are invited to present their research during the meetings. Please email …

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