The Board for the Advancement of Women (BAW) announces a new mentoring and training scheme for female researchers.
A collection of news from our laboratory.
Britni publishes a Neuron paper
Congratulations to Britni Crocker! Her excellent work during her lab rotation has made it into a publication in Neuron. Today, Neuron published our work that we have performed in collaboration with Frank W. Pfrieger from the Institute of Cellular and Integrative Neuroscience (INCI) at the University of Strasbourg.
Marion joins the lab as a Master's Student
Marion Mutter has joined our lab today to work on her Master's project. She has already worked for a while with Boris, where she assisted him with behavior experiments. Welcome!
We are moving...
Farewell to Nadine
Welcome to Elisabeth Gustafsson
Congratulations to Alexandra!
Alexandra's abstract has been accepted at this years ARVO meeting in Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA. In addition to being invited to give a talk about her work, Alexandra has also received a travel grant.
Jennifer joins the lab for a lab rotation
Jennifer Rubel, Masters student at the Neuroscience Graduate School, joined our lab for a lab rotation. She will stay until the beginning of April.
Paper published together with Gáspár Jékely
Welcome to Natalia Swietek and Jad Saab!
Welcome to Katja Reinhard!
Katja Reinhard started today in our lab to work towards her PhD. Welcome!
Natalia receives a PhD Stipend of the Pro-Retina Foundation
Congratulations! Natalia Swietek has received a PhD stipend of the Pro-Retina Foundation, which enables her to commence her PhD work in our lab starting this fall.
Girls day 2011
18 girls, from 7th to 12th grade, from schools in and around Tübingen, visited our lab today during the Girls' Day 2011. They learned about the tricks of the trade when doing behavioral experiments to asses the quality of vision.
Hartwig and Alexandra accepted for Spring and Summer Schools
Congratulations to Hartwig and Alexandra!
Hartwig was accepted for the "Paris School of Neuroscience - Spring School 2011" on Optical Imaging and Electrophysiological Recording in Neuroscience from April 12 - April 20.
Alexandra was accepted to the "Okinawa Computational Neuroscience Course 2011" from June 13 - June 30.
Radio Broadcast on SWR4
The German Research Council today announced their decision on the first round of the next Excellence Initiative. The local Tübingen radio station, SWR4, took this as an opportunity to make a program about the CIN, with information about our lab's work. There is also an interview with the CIN's speaker, Peter Thier (starting at 3:56 in the audio file).
Alexandra receives a CNV Stipend
Congratulations! Alexandra Tikidji-Hamburyan has received a stipend of the Christiane-Nüsslein-Volhard Foundation
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience