IMPRS / Graduate Schools
08.12.2016, 7 pm
Prof. Dr. Markus Nöthen
"Gene und Wahn - die biologischen Ursachen von Schizophrenie entschlüsseln"
caesar seminar series
08.12.2016, 11 am
Department of Pharmacology, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York
"’Soluble’ Adenylyl Cyclase: History, Vignettes, Outstanding Questions"
09.12.2016, 11 am
David Anthony Keays, PhD
Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Vienna, Austria
"The Search for the Magnoreceptors"
12.12.2016, 2 pm
Dr. Thomas Effertz
Stanford University, USA
"The importance of the lipid bilayer, in particular PIP2, for the mammalian auditory MET channel"
13.12.2016, 3 pm
Il Memming Park, PhD
Stony Brook University, New York
"Inference and Nonlinear Dynamic Interpretation of Neural Trajectories"
19.01.2017, 11 am
Prof. Tansu Celikel
Radboud University, Nijmegen
"Sensory consequences of adaptive motor control"
Caesar is a Neuroscience research institute associated with the Max Planck Society. Caesar’s research is interdisciplinary with scientists from various research areas working together on the topics of cellular signal processing and the neural foundations of behavior.
New independent research group at caesar
Bonn, 01.12.2016. The Max Planck Society has granted funding to Elmar Behrmann, research group leader at the caesar research center, to enable him to set up a free-floating Max Planck Research Group. The funding awarded will total approx. 2 million euros for the next five years. [more]