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Winter semester 2022/2023 179 Seminars
VAK Course Number Title Type Lecture
Preliminary studies
Advanced courses
Practical course
Colloquium
Research group
Workgroup
Project group
Council conference
Internship
Language course
Subject didactics
Excursion
Tutorial
Committee
SWS Semester weekly hours Teachers Degree
6.03.697 External Research Project The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
External research projects are done on an individual basis. They are supervised by one person from Oldenburg and a local supervisor at any university or research institution in Germany and abroad. Please contact Jutta Kretzberg (jutta.kretzberg@uol.de) for details. see: http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/en/master-neuroscience/downloads/ (Learning Agreement for External Research Module) External research projects are done on an individual basis. They are supervised by one person from Oldenburg and a local supervisor at any university or research institution in Germany and abroad. Please contact Jutta Kretzberg (jutta.kretzberg@uol.de) for details. see: http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/en/master-neuroscience/downloads/ (Learning Agreement for External Research Module)
Seminar - Lehrende der Neuroscience
Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
  • Master
6.02.260_Pbio_4 Practical project 4 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. rer. nat. Carsten Gießing
  • Master
6.04.011 Molecular Physiology - Lecture Tuesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 18/10/22)
Thursday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 20/10/22)

Description:
Lecture 2 Dr. rer. nat. Tamara Radulovic
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_2 Practical project 2 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. Heiko Stecher
  • Master
6.03.350 Biological Foundations of Neuroscience Monday: 09:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 17/10/22), Location: W02 1-156, (W02 1-146)
Tuesday: 09:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 18/10/22), Location: W02 1-156
Wednesday: 10:15 - 12:45, weekly (from 19/10/22), Location: W03 1-154
Dates on Monday. 05.12.22 16:00 - 18:00, Monday. 06.02.23 14:00 - 16:00, Location: V03 0-D001, W04 1-162

Description:
Lecture - Dr. Christian Puller
Martin Greschner
Dr. rer. nat. Christoph Jüschke
  • Master
6.02.121_3_ b Test construction applied - part 1 Thursday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 19/01/23)
Dates on Thursday. 24.11.22, Thursday. 08.12.22, Thursday. 22.12.22 12:15 - 13:45

Description:
Test construction, item analyses and scaling 25 students can take part in this seminar. In case more students will sign up, we will select students by lot who will be moved to the alternative seminar 6.02.121_2_a The assessment process applied. Test construction, item analyses and scaling 25 students can take part in this seminar. In case more students will sign up, we will select students by lot who will be moved to the alternative seminar 6.02.121_2_a The assessment process applied.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.02.190_1 Introduction to the study of sex differences Tuesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 18/10/22)

Description:
Please note: You have to register for both parts of the module. No online option Please note: You have to register for both parts of the module. No online option
Lecture - apl. Prof. Dr. Daniel Strüber, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_4 Practical project 4 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. Sreekari Vogeti, Ph.D.
  • Master
6.03.015 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Computational Neuroscience Friday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 21/10/22), Location: W03 2-240
Dates on Friday. 07.10.22, Friday. 14.10.22, Friday. 10.02.23, Friday. 17.02.23, Friday. 24.02.23, Friday. 03.03.23, Friday. 10.03.23, Friday. 17.03.23, Friday. 24.03.23, Friday. 31.03.23 10:15 - 11:45, Location: W03 2-240, W04 1-172

Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Jens-Steffen Scherer
Fiona Teske
  • Bachelor
  • Master
6.02.130_1_Gr2 Communication of scientific results - group 2 Wednesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 19/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
  • Master
6.04.231 Molecular Pharmacology & Toxicology Monday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 17/10/22), Location: V02 0-003
Tuesday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 18/10/22), Location: V02 0-003
Dates on Monday. 19.12.22 14:15 - 15:15, Friday. 20.01.23 09:00 - 10:00, Location: V03 0-C001, V03 0-D003

Description:
Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. med. Bernhard Rauch
Ulrike Meyer
Celine Tolksdorf
  • Master
6.04.150.001 Gynaecology and Obstetrics – Immunological and cellular mechanisms of gynaecological disorders The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Please contact Dr. Lena Dübbel for individual timing and information (during office hours or by e-mail). Please contact Dr. Lena Dübbel for individual timing and information (during office hours or by e-mail).
Seminar - Dr. Lena Dübbel
  • Master
6.02.141_3 Neurophysiological Imaging and Data Analysis Dates on Wednesday. 05.10.22 - Thursday. 06.10.22, Monday. 10.10.22 09:15 - 17:45
Description:
presence The course takes place as classroom teaching. If this is not possible, as online lessons. Students are asked to bring their own computer with MATLAB installed. During last years there has been a growing interest in analysing the human brain as a complex system of interconnected processing nodes. Such analyses have provided important new insights into the correlation between the organization, dynamics and functions of brain networks and human behaviour. During the course an introduction will be given how to analyse an fMRI data as complex network using graph theory. The course will focus on the analysis of ‘fMRI’ data which need specific analysis approaches to deal with the requirements inherent to the quality of the measured data. Literature: Bullmore, E., Sporns, O., 2009. Complex brain networks: graph theoretical analysis of structural and functional systems. Nat Rev Neurosci 10, 186-198. Profound knowledge in programming (MATLAB, C, r-statistics, or comparable languages) is required. presence The course takes place as classroom teaching. If this is not possible, as online lessons. Students are asked to bring their own computer with MATLAB installed. During last years there has been a growing interest in analysing the human brain as a complex system of interconnected processing nodes. Such analyses have provided important new insights into the correlation between the organization, dynamics and functions of brain networks and human behaviour. During the course an introduction will be given how to analyse an fMRI data as complex network using graph theory. The course will focus on the analysis of ‘fMRI’ data which need specific analysis approaches to deal with the requirements inherent to the quality of the measured data. Literature: Bullmore, E., Sporns, O., 2009. Complex brain networks: graph theoretical analysis of structural and functional systems. Nat Rev Neurosci 10, 186-198. Profound knowledge in programming (MATLAB, C, r-statistics, or comparable languages) is required.
Practical training - Dr. rer. nat. Carsten Gießing
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.260_Pamb_1 Practical project 1 - Ambulatory Assessment The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
  • Master
6.04.181 Ethics in Medicine - Lecture & Seminar Wednesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 19/10/22)

Description:
Lecture - Dr. phil. Merle Weßel
  • Master
6.03.781 Introduction to data analysis with Python Dates on Monday. 06.02.23 - Thursday. 09.02.23, Monday. 13.02.23 - Thursday. 16.02.23 08:15 - 17:45
Description:
All participants have to use their private laptops and to download the latest version of Python (open source). For students of the program Master Neuroscience: It' possible to borrow a laptop for this lecture from the Student body (contact: fachschaftneuroscience@uol.de). Please sign up for the course only if your course schedule allows. In case you can't attend just on one or two days due to exams or visa interviews, you have the chance of making up for the missed time by self-study of the course documents, which will be uploaded at the end of each day. All participants have to use their private laptops and to download the latest version of Python (open source). For students of the program Master Neuroscience: It' possible to borrow a laptop for this lecture from the Student body (contact: fachschaftneuroscience@uol.de). Please sign up for the course only if your course schedule allows. In case you can't attend just on one or two days due to exams or visa interviews, you have the chance of making up for the missed time by self-study of the course documents, which will be uploaded at the end of each day.
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Michael Winklhofer
  • Master
6.04.150.006 Perioperative Inflammation & Infection: Basic research in cardiovascular diseases - Heartfailure The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. med. Lisa Hasselbach
Prof. Dr. Gregor Theilmeier
  • Master
6.03.241 Computational Neuroscience - Introduction (Lecture) Monday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 05/12/22)
Tuesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 06/12/22)
Wednesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 07/12/22)
Thursday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 08/12/22)
Friday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 09/12/22)

Description:
Content of the module: The topics - Biophysical neuron models - Network models - Spike train analysis - Statistical learning in neuroscience - Statistical learning for the analysis of neuronal population activity will be introduced in lectures, discussed in depth using selected literature in the seminar and consolidated in computer-based hands-on exercises. Content of the module: The topics - Biophysical neuron models - Network models - Spike train analysis - Statistical learning in neuroscience - Statistical learning for the analysis of neuronal population activity will be introduced in lectures, discussed in depth using selected literature in the seminar and consolidated in computer-based hands-on exercises.
Lecture - Martin Greschner
Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Dr. Go Ashida
  • Master
6.02.mam_coll_exp Masters colloquium Experimental Psychology Monday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 17/10/22)

Description:
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
  • Master
6.04.052 Current topics in genetics - seminar Tuesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 06/12/22)
Thursday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 08/12/22)

Description:
- Understanding challenges and possibilities of science communication - Communicating current genetic concepts to a general audience - Using modern tools and programs for video/podcast production/blogging - Understanding challenges and possibilities of science communication - Communicating current genetic concepts to a general audience - Using modern tools and programs for video/podcast production/blogging
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Lena Ebbers
  • Master
57.01.130 Immunohistochemistry and fluorescence microscopy (A 3-1) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
This course aims to improve immunohistochemical research techniques. This includes fluorescence microscopy, data analysis, and presentation. The course is recommended for PhD students with prior microscopy experience and with plans to incorporate corresponding techniques into their ongoing PhD project. We will build upon the knowledge level the PhD student brings and develop or strengthen the required skills. Possible aspects may include effective planning of immunohistochemical experiments, optimal tissue preparation, fluorescence staining techniques, confocal laser scanning or epifluorescence microscopy, image processing, data analysis, and finding the right figure design for the corresponding purpose. The final content of the course will be decided after consultation with the participating PhD students and embedded in the individual PhD projects. This course aims to improve immunohistochemical research techniques. This includes fluorescence microscopy, data analysis, and presentation. The course is recommended for PhD students with prior microscopy experience and with plans to incorporate corresponding techniques into their ongoing PhD project. We will build upon the knowledge level the PhD student brings and develop or strengthen the required skills. Possible aspects may include effective planning of immunohistochemical experiments, optimal tissue preparation, fluorescence staining techniques, confocal laser scanning or epifluorescence microscopy, image processing, data analysis, and finding the right figure design for the corresponding purpose. The final content of the course will be decided after consultation with the participating PhD students and embedded in the individual PhD projects.
Seminar - Dr. Christian Puller
  • Promotion
6.02.260_Pbio_6 Practical project 6 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.02.260_Pappl_2 Practical project 2 - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. rer. nat. Arkan Al-Zubaidi
  • Master
6.03.212 Verhaltensökologie Tuesday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 06/12/22), Location: W04 1-172
Thursday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 08/12/22), Location: W04 1-171
Dates on Friday. 10.02.23 14:00 - 15:30, Location: ((W32 0-005))

Description:
Please note: All parts of this module are offered in this form for the last time! The exam (Feb 2023) and the repeat exam (April 2023) for this module will also be the last opportunities to pass and obtain the credit points. Please note: All parts of this module are offered in this form for the last time! The exam (Feb 2023) and the repeat exam (April 2023) for this module will also be the last opportunities to pass and obtain the credit points.
Lecture 2 Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
  • Master
6.04.082 Genetic Diagnostics: from chromosomal aberrations to gene mutations - Seminar & Exercises Dates on Monday. 27.03.23 - Thursday. 30.03.23 12:15 - 15:45, Friday. 31.03.23 08:15 - 13:45, Monday. 03.04.23 - Wednesday. 05.04.23 12:15 - 15:45
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Marta Owczarek-Lipska
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_1 Practical project 1 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - MS Maren Bertheau
  • Master
6.02.170_2_Gr2 EEG recording and analysis concepts (group 2) Monday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 05/12/22)

Description:
lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option! lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option!
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.02.mam_coll_stat Masters colloquium Psychological Methods and Statistics Thursday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 20/10/22)

Description:
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.03.605 Ophthalmology – Molecular and cellular mechanisms in regenerative Medicine - Project 1 The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Please contact the lecturer for further information. Please contact the lecturer for further information.
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Sonja Mertsch
  • Master
6.02.170_1 Neurophysiology and Neuroanatomy Monday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 17/10/22)

Description:
Lecture - Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
  • Master
6.03.661A Neurogenetics - Evolution of the auditory system - project A The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Maike Claußen
  • Master
6.03.001 Introductory course Matlab Programming The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
This course introduces basic programming concepts in Matlab. In combination with the 3 ECTS from the course "6.02.001 Introductory Statistics" this 3 ECTS programming course serves as qualification for students who did not meet the requirement of 12 ECTS in mathematics / statistics / programming. This course introduces basic programming concepts in Matlab. In combination with the 3 ECTS from the course "6.02.001 Introductory Statistics" this 3 ECTS programming course serves as qualification for students who did not meet the requirement of 12 ECTS in mathematics / statistics / programming.
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Fiona Teske
6.02.260_Pbio Practical project - Biologische Psychologie Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 24/10/22)

Description:
presence presence
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Carsten Gießing
Dr. rer. nat. Jale Nur Özyurt
Sebastian Puschmann
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
Dr. Stephanie Rosemann
  • Master
6.02.111_2_Gr2 analysis methods with R - group 2 Wednesday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 19/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Juan Felipe Quinones Sanchez
  • Master
6.02.170_2_Gr3 EEG recording and analysis concepts (group 3) Monday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 05/12/22)

Description:
lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option! lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option!
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Cindy Boetzel
  • Master
6.04.101 Immunology and Inflammation - Lecture Dates on Monday. 17.10.22 - Thursday. 20.10.22, Monday. 24.10.22 - Thursday. 27.10.22 12:15 - 13:45, Tuesday. 01.11.22 12:30 - 13:45, Wednesday. 02.11.22 12:15 - 13:45, Monday. 13.02.23 10:00 - 11:00, Location: W32 0-008, W06 0-008, W16A 015/016
Description:
Lecture - Apl. Prof. Dr. Bernhard Gibbs
  • Master
6.04.201 Microscopical Imaging in Biomedical Sciences Tuesday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 18/10/22), Location: W04 1-172
Dates on Tuesday. 07.02.23 16:15 - 17:15, Location: W04 1-171

Description:
Seminar - Karin Dedek, apl. Prof. Dr.
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Petra Groß, Ph.D.
Dr. Vita Solovyeva
Lehreinheit Humanmedizin
  • Master
6.01.56209j Forschungskolloquium: Humangenetik der neurosensorischen und neuronalen Erkrankungen The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Es werden vertiefende Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten zur Untersuchung der Ursachen und Mechanismen von genetisch-bedingten Erkrankungen vermittelt. Regelmäßig wird die Entwicklung von therapeutischen Ansätzen im Labor thematisiert. Studierende, Doktoranden und Postdoktoranden, die in der Abteilung Humangenetik eine Abschlussarbeit anfertigen, haben die Möglichkeit ihre Versuchsergebnisse zu präsentieren und zu diskutieren. Zudem wird aktuelle wissenschaftliche Literatur diskutiert. Neue Veröffentlichungen werden in Vorträgen eingebunden und/oder vorgestellt. Die Veranstaltung wird begleitend zu einer (medizinischen/wissenschaftlichen) Doktorarbeit, sowie zu Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten angeboten, um vertiefende Erkenntnisse in der Humangenetik der neurosensorischen und neuronalen Erkrankungen zu erlangen. Um den wissenschaftlichen Austausch zu fördern, wird das Forschungsseminar ebenfalls als Begleitseminar für Praxis-, Bachelor- und Master-Module angeboten. Das Forschungsseminar richtet sich grundsätzlich an alle Studierende, die ein besonderes Interesse an der Humangenetik und der daraus resultierenden Forschung haben. Spezielle Vorkenntnisse im Bereich der Humangenetik und bzgl. molekulargenetischer, molekularbiologischer und biochemischer Methoden sind wünschenswert, aber nicht zwingend. Es werden vertiefende Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten zur Untersuchung der Ursachen und Mechanismen von genetisch-bedingten Erkrankungen vermittelt. Regelmäßig wird die Entwicklung von therapeutischen Ansätzen im Labor thematisiert. Studierende, Doktoranden und Postdoktoranden, die in der Abteilung Humangenetik eine Abschlussarbeit anfertigen, haben die Möglichkeit ihre Versuchsergebnisse zu präsentieren und zu diskutieren. Zudem wird aktuelle wissenschaftliche Literatur diskutiert. Neue Veröffentlichungen werden in Vorträgen eingebunden und/oder vorgestellt. Die Veranstaltung wird begleitend zu einer (medizinischen/wissenschaftlichen) Doktorarbeit, sowie zu Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten angeboten, um vertiefende Erkenntnisse in der Humangenetik der neurosensorischen und neuronalen Erkrankungen zu erlangen. Um den wissenschaftlichen Austausch zu fördern, wird das Forschungsseminar ebenfalls als Begleitseminar für Praxis-, Bachelor- und Master-Module angeboten. Das Forschungsseminar richtet sich grundsätzlich an alle Studierende, die ein besonderes Interesse an der Humangenetik und der daraus resultierenden Forschung haben. Spezielle Vorkenntnisse im Bereich der Humangenetik und bzgl. molekulargenetischer, molekularbiologischer und biochemischer Methoden sind wünschenswert, aber nicht zwingend.
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. John Neidhardt
  • Master
  • Staatsexamen
6.03.662B Neurogenetics - Analysis of mouse models for deafness - project B The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Lena Ebbers
  • Master
6.04.122 Tumor Biology - Seminar The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Please note that the following components of the module are mandatory: 6.04.121 (lecture) and 6.04.122 (seminar)! The lecture topics from the study programme Human Medicine (6.01.32xxx; will be held in German) are not part of the curriculum and are therefore not relevant for the examinations. Please note that the following components of the module are mandatory: 6.04.121 (lecture) and 6.04.122 (seminar)! The lecture topics from the study programme Human Medicine (6.01.32xxx; will be held in German) are not part of the curriculum and are therefore not relevant for the examinations.
Seminar - Dr. Julia Roeper, Ph.D.
  • Master
6.04.251 Molecular Microbiology - Lecture Wednesday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 19/10/22)

Description:
Lecture - Dr. Janina Noster
  • Master
6.02.260_Pamb_2 Practical project 2 - Ambulatory Assessment The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
  • Master
6.02.201_1 Clinical Neuropsychology Tuesday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 18/10/22), Location: A06 0-001
Dates on Friday. 03.02.23 14:00 - 16:00, Wednesday. 22.02.23 10:00 - 12:00, Location: A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G)

Description:
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Martin Georg Bleichner
  • Promotion
  • Master
57.01.191 A7 Hot Topics in Neurosensory Science and Systems Friday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 21/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Prof. Birger Kollmeier
  • Promotion
6.03.753 Animal Handling Course (Oct 2022) Dates on Monday. 10.10.22 - Friday. 14.10.22 08:00 - 18:00
Description:
Exercises - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Dr. Ulrike Langemann
6.03.211 Neuroethologie Monday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 05/12/22), Location: W04 1-171
Tuesday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 06/12/22), Location: W04 1-171
Dates on Friday. 10.02.23 14:00 - 15:30, Location: W32 0-005

Description:
Please note: All parts of this module are offered in this form for the last time! The exam (Feb 2023) and the repeat exam (April 2023) for this module will also be the last opportunities to pass and obtain the credit points. Please note: All parts of this module are offered in this form for the last time! The exam (Feb 2023) and the repeat exam (April 2023) for this module will also be the last opportunities to pass and obtain the credit points.
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Henrik Mouritsen
Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
  • Master
6.02.mam_exp Academic Research in Experimental Psychology The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
sign up if you write your thesis in the Experimental Psychology group. sign up if you write your thesis in the Experimental Psychology group.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
Dr. Heiko Stecher
  • Master
6.03.755_A Laboratory Animal Science, Rodent (Feb 2023) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Dr. rer. nat. Lena Ebbers
Karin Dedek, apl. Prof. Dr.
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.260_Pappl_1 Practical project 1 - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Leo Michalke
  • Master
6.03.752_B Laboratory Animal Science, Bird (Oct 2022) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Dr. Dominik Heyers
Prof. Dr. Heiko Schmaljohann
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_3 Practical project 3 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. Heiko Stecher
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_4 Practical project 4 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.02.mam_coll_bio Masters colloquium Biological Psychology Monday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 17/10/22)

Description:
If you are from an other study programm, please contact the teacher If you are from an other study programm, please contact the teacher
Colloquium 2 Dr. rer. nat. Carsten Gießing
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_5 Practical project 5 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Juan Felipe Quinones Sanchez
  • Master
6.03.692 Neurocognitive Psychology The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Dr. rer. nat. Carsten Gießing
Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
Dr. rer. nat. Jale Nur Özyurt
Sebastian Puschmann
Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Peter Sörös
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.03.665 Auditory Perception - Physiology & Modeling The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Mathias Dietz
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_amb Practical project - Psychological Methods and Statistics / Ambulatory Assessment Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 24/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Merle Marek
Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
  • Master
6.04.162 External Research Project 2 The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
External research projects are done on an individual basis. They are supervised by one person from Oldenburg and a local supervisor at any university or research institution in Germany and abroad. External research projects are done on an individual basis. They are supervised by one person from Oldenburg and a local supervisor at any university or research institution in Germany and abroad.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Karl-Wilhelm Koch, Dipl.-Chem.
  • Master
6.03.755_B Laboratory Animal Science, Bird (Feb 2023) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Dr. Dominik Heyers
Prof. Dr. Heiko Schmaljohann
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.170_2_Gr4 EEG recording and analysis concepts (group 4) Monday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 05/12/22)

Description:
lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option! lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option!
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Cindy Boetzel
  • Master
6.02.150_1L Neurobiological basis of psychiatric disorders and psychopharmacological intervention Monday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 05/12/22), Location: A06 0-001
Thursday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 08/12/22), Location: A06 0-001
Dates on Wednesday. 15.02.23 16:00 - 18:00, Location: A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G)

Description:
presence presence
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.02.141_1 Experimental and operative neurosurgery Dates on Tuesday. 04.10.22, Sunday. 16.10.22 08:00 - 17:00, Monday. 17.10.22 08:00 - 15:45, Location: V03 0-E002, A01 0-010 a, V03 2-W204
Description:
The course can be used for the Minor with 3 CP (psy141). Neurocognition is affected in patients with different kinds of brain injury and brain lesions. We plan to introduce the daily activity in neurosurgery to the students with the profile of psychology and neurocognitive psychology. Neurosurgery includes both non-operative management (eg, prevention, diagnosis—including image interpretation, interpretation of neurocognitive signs, neurological exploration and treatments such as neurocritical intensive care and rehabilitation) and operative management, for example, vascular surgery, functional and restorative surgery, tumor resections, including awake craniotomies and hydrocephalus, including its instrumentation.” Although neurosurgery is fundamentally a surgical discipline, neurosurgery requires knowledge of psychology, neurology, critical care, trauma care, and neuroradiology. Some patients require psychological assessment, example: patients with hydrocephalus, patients who suffered a severe brain injury, and patients who undergo large brain tumor operations and patients with require an awake craniotomy to preserve important brain functions. Neurosurgical subspecialties include pediatric neurosurgery, spine surgery, neuroendovascular, cerebrovascular/skull base, neuro-oncology, pain, peripheral nerve, trauma, and functional neurosurgery. Neurosurgery is one of the most complex areas in medicine and attract some of the best and the brightest physicians. The most competitive neurosurgery departments perform research and interact scientifically with other areas, including psychology. In this class, we will teach some neuroanatomy relevant for the area, and some examples of disorders of the human nervous system. Participants will see how an operation room works and how we get surgical access to the brain, and the principles of brain surgery. The course can be used for the Minor with 3 CP (psy141). Neurocognition is affected in patients with different kinds of brain injury and brain lesions. We plan to introduce the daily activity in neurosurgery to the students with the profile of psychology and neurocognitive psychology. Neurosurgery includes both non-operative management (eg, prevention, diagnosis—including image interpretation, interpretation of neurocognitive signs, neurological exploration and treatments such as neurocritical intensive care and rehabilitation) and operative management, for example, vascular surgery, functional and restorative surgery, tumor resections, including awake craniotomies and hydrocephalus, including its instrumentation.” Although neurosurgery is fundamentally a surgical discipline, neurosurgery requires knowledge of psychology, neurology, critical care, trauma care, and neuroradiology. Some patients require psychological assessment, example: patients with hydrocephalus, patients who suffered a severe brain injury, and patients who undergo large brain tumor operations and patients with require an awake craniotomy to preserve important brain functions. Neurosurgical subspecialties include pediatric neurosurgery, spine surgery, neuroendovascular, cerebrovascular/skull base, neuro-oncology, pain, peripheral nerve, trauma, and functional neurosurgery. Neurosurgery is one of the most complex areas in medicine and attract some of the best and the brightest physicians. The most competitive neurosurgery departments perform research and interact scientifically with other areas, including psychology. In this class, we will teach some neuroanatomy relevant for the area, and some examples of disorders of the human nervous system. Participants will see how an operation room works and how we get surgical access to the brain, and the principles of brain surgery.
Seminar - PD Dr. med. Edgar Santos
  • Master
6.02.260_Pamb_3 Practical project 3 - Ambulatory Assessment The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
  • Master
6.03.671 RM_Visual Neuroscience - Physiology / Data analysis The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. Malte Ahlers
Martin Greschner
Dr. Christian Puller
  • Master
6.03.641 Cochlea and auditory brainstem physiology: Developmental Neurobiology and Evolution The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Ulrike Sienknecht
  • Master
6.03.676 RM_Visual Neuroscience - Molecular and cellular basis of regeneration in the peripheral nervous system The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Dr. Patrick Dömer
  • Master
6.03.015a Abteilung "Computational Neuroscience" - Praxismodul The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Jens-Steffen Scherer
Fiona Teske
  • Bachelor
6.02.260_Pneuro_3 Practical project 3 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Martin Georg Bleichner
  • Master
6.03.013 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Neurobiologie des Sehens Monday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 17/10/22)
Dates on Monday. 03.10.22, Monday. 10.10.22, Monday. 06.02.23, Monday. 13.02.23, Monday. 20.02.23, Monday. 27.02.23, Monday. 06.03.23, Monday. 13.03.23, Monday. 20.03.23, Monday. 27.03.23 08:15 - 09:45

Description:
Seminar - Dr. Malte Ahlers
Martin Greschner
Dr. Christian Puller
  • Bachelor
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_6 Practical project 6 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
Juan Felipe Quinones Sanchez
  • Master
6.02.141_2 Hands-on fMRI data analysis with SPM12 Friday: 09:15 - 16:45, weekly (from 11/11/22)

Description:
During this four-day workshop, you will learn how to analyze functional MRI data using MATLAB and the software package SPM12. Most of the study time will be dedicated to hands-on sessions in which you will work with fMRI data. Workshop topics include - Data preprocessing - Controlling the quality of MRI data - 1st and 2nd level statistics (including ANOVA, regression models) - Writing batch scripts in Matlab to automate data processing - Extraction/plotting of contrast estimates - Region-of-interest (ROI) analysis - Tools for anatomical localization - Data visualization tools - Psycho-Physiological Interaction (PPI) analysis - … Note: The workshop is no introductory course to the basics of fMRI! It is expected that participants have prior knowledge on the principles of (functional) MRI, the nature of the BOLD signal (and neurovascular coupling), and standard preprocessing steps (realignment, slice timing, normalization, smoothing) and statistic modelling (general linear model) of fMRI data. If you have not taken part in the “Functional MRI data analysis” course that is offered by Dr. Gießing in the summer term, but still would like to take part in the SPM workshop, please get in touch with me. Enrollment to the course is preliminary for now; you will be notified upon final acceptance. During this four-day workshop, you will learn how to analyze functional MRI data using MATLAB and the software package SPM12. Most of the study time will be dedicated to hands-on sessions in which you will work with fMRI data. Workshop topics include - Data preprocessing - Controlling the quality of MRI data - 1st and 2nd level statistics (including ANOVA, regression models) - Writing batch scripts in Matlab to automate data processing - Extraction/plotting of contrast estimates - Region-of-interest (ROI) analysis - Tools for anatomical localization - Data visualization tools - Psycho-Physiological Interaction (PPI) analysis - … Note: The workshop is no introductory course to the basics of fMRI! It is expected that participants have prior knowledge on the principles of (functional) MRI, the nature of the BOLD signal (and neurovascular coupling), and standard preprocessing steps (realignment, slice timing, normalization, smoothing) and statistic modelling (general linear model) of fMRI data. If you have not taken part in the “Functional MRI data analysis” course that is offered by Dr. Gießing in the summer term, but still would like to take part in the SPM workshop, please get in touch with me. Enrollment to the course is preliminary for now; you will be notified upon final acceptance.
Seminar 2 Sebastian Puschmann
  • Master
6.03.213 Aktuelle Themen der Ethologie Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 05/12/22), Location: W04 1-171
Tuesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 06/12/22), Location: W04 1-172

Description:
Please note: All parts of this module are offered in this form for the last time! The exam (Feb 2023) and the repeat exam (April 2023) for this module will also be the last opportunities to pass and obtain the credit points. Please note: All parts of this module are offered in this form for the last time! The exam (Feb 2023) and the repeat exam (April 2023) for this module will also be the last opportunities to pass and obtain the credit points.
Seminar - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
  • Master
6.02.mam_appl Academic Research in Applied Neurocognitive Psychology The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
sign up if you write your thesis in the Applied Neurocognitive Psychology group. sign up if you write your thesis in the Applied Neurocognitive Psychology group.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
  • Master
6.03.680 Neurosensorics - Vertebrate retina: Immunohistochemistry, intracellular dye injections, microscopy and image analysis The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
joint pre-meeting with all other research modules (one week before the semester starts) joint pre-meeting with all other research modules (one week before the semester starts)
Seminar - Karin Dedek, apl. Prof. Dr.
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_2 Practical project 2 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.04.241 Basic Immunology in Health & Disease Dates on Monday. 05.12.22 09:00 - 14:00, Tuesday. 06.12.22 - Thursday. 08.12.22, Monday. 12.12.22 - Friday. 16.12.22 09:00 - 17:00, Monday. 19.12.22 13:00 - 17:00, Tuesday. 20.12.22 - Wednesday. 21.12.22 09:00 - 17:00
Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Karin Loser
Dr. rer. nat. Nadine Mykicki
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro_2 Practical project 2 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro_5 Practical project 5 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Mareike Daeglau
  • Master
6.03.006a Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Biochemie der Signaltransduktion -Praxismodul The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Karl-Wilhelm Koch, Dipl.-Chem.
Dr. Alexander Scholten
  • Bachelor
6.03.621 Animal Physiology & Behaviour: Modeling the auditory system The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. Rainer Beutelmann
  • Master
6.02.170_2_Gr1 EEG recording and analysis concepts (group 1) Monday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 05/12/22)

Description:
lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option! lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option!
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Melanie Klapprott
Dr. rer. nat. Cindy Boetzel
  • Master
6.04.150.007 Perioperative Inflammation & Infection: Basic research in cardiovascular diseases - Coronary artery disease The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. med. Lisa Hasselbach
Prof. Dr. Gregor Theilmeier
  • Master
6.02.260_Pbio_1 Practical project 1 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Sebastian Puschmann
  • Master
6.02.mam_bio Academic Research in Biological Psychology The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
sign up if you write your thesis in the Biological Psychology group. sign up if you write your thesis in the Biological Psychology group.
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Carsten Gießing
Sebastian Puschmann
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_3 Practical project 3 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_8 Practical project 8 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.04.150.002 Ophthalmology – Molecular and cellular mechanisms in regenerative Medicine The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Please contact the lecturer for further information. Please contact the lecturer for further information.
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Sonja Mertsch
  • Master
6.02.130_1_Gr1 Communication of scientific results - group1 Wednesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 19/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
  • Master
6.02.141_5 Magnetoencephalography Dates on Tuesday. 21.02.23 - Friday. 24.02.23 09:00 - 18:00
Description:
This course on MEG is an introduction to methods for processing MEG data (e.g., brain connectivity). The lecture is complemented by hands-on sessions and independent study. Parts of the lecture and exercises will be based on the textbook by Hansen PC, Kringelbach ML, Salmelin R (2010) MEG: An Introduction to Methods, Oxford Univ Press, http://doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195307238.001.0001 The textbook is freely available on the internet: https://brainmaster.com/software/pubs/brain/MEG%20-%20An%20Intro.pdf Students do not have to have the book at hand to follow the course. Students will gain theoretical and practical knowledge on magnetoencephalography and various methods and techniques. Students learn concepts of brain sciences such as the neuron doctrine, how to measure neural activity outside the skull, questioning and interpreting such recordings. In particular, we will elaborate on the electromagnetic field of the brain and relate techniques that are capable of picking up components of brain activity. Contents: 1) Defines the components of magnetoencephalography (MEG) instrumentation and recording MEG from the human body. 2) Explains the topics that must be taken into account during data acquisition. In this course we will present the theoretical concepts, neurophysiological principles and neurocognitive and clinical applications of MEG. We will also discuss the simultaneous recording of MEG with electroencephalogram (EEG) and the application of transcranial electrical stimulation such as transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS), as it is particularly suitable for modulating brain oscillations that have been shown to correlate with cognitive processes. Part 1: Introduction to electro- & magnetoencephalography (lecture) Historical overview of magnetoencephalography - physics What do we measure - physiology (collective activity)? Different sensor (planar, gradient, SQUIDs, OPMs) and shielding techniques The use of magnetoencephalography in cognitive neuroscience, brain science and other sciences - experimental Parameters (noise sources, MEG compatibility) Inverse problem and forward modelling Source reconstruction methods (scanning and inverse methods) Technical aspects (artefact correction, modelling current flow, etc.) Safety issues and ethical considerations Part 2: MEG in the practice (seminar) Ongoing MEG, brain states, and event-related fields (ERF) Data (pre)processing, sensor and source space Physical concepts of source separation and noise reduction Modulating cognitive functions (e.g. memory, attention, and perception) Clinical applications of MEG Hands-on experience in the MEG facilities of the neuroimaging center This course on MEG is an introduction to methods for processing MEG data (e.g., brain connectivity). The lecture is complemented by hands-on sessions and independent study. Parts of the lecture and exercises will be based on the textbook by Hansen PC, Kringelbach ML, Salmelin R (2010) MEG: An Introduction to Methods, Oxford Univ Press, http://doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195307238.001.0001 The textbook is freely available on the internet: https://brainmaster.com/software/pubs/brain/MEG%20-%20An%20Intro.pdf Students do not have to have the book at hand to follow the course. Students will gain theoretical and practical knowledge on magnetoencephalography and various methods and techniques. Students learn concepts of brain sciences such as the neuron doctrine, how to measure neural activity outside the skull, questioning and interpreting such recordings. In particular, we will elaborate on the electromagnetic field of the brain and relate techniques that are capable of picking up components of brain activity. Contents: 1) Defines the components of magnetoencephalography (MEG) instrumentation and recording MEG from the human body. 2) Explains the topics that must be taken into account during data acquisition. In this course we will present the theoretical concepts, neurophysiological principles and neurocognitive and clinical applications of MEG. We will also discuss the simultaneous recording of MEG with electroencephalogram (EEG) and the application of transcranial electrical stimulation such as transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS), as it is particularly suitable for modulating brain oscillations that have been shown to correlate with cognitive processes. Part 1: Introduction to electro- & magnetoencephalography (lecture) Historical overview of magnetoencephalography - physics What do we measure - physiology (collective activity)? Different sensor (planar, gradient, SQUIDs, OPMs) and shielding techniques The use of magnetoencephalography in cognitive neuroscience, brain science and other sciences - experimental Parameters (noise sources, MEG compatibility) Inverse problem and forward modelling Source reconstruction methods (scanning and inverse methods) Technical aspects (artefact correction, modelling current flow, etc.) Safety issues and ethical considerations Part 2: MEG in the practice (seminar) Ongoing MEG, brain states, and event-related fields (ERF) Data (pre)processing, sensor and source space Physical concepts of source separation and noise reduction Modulating cognitive functions (e.g. memory, attention, and perception) Clinical applications of MEG Hands-on experience in the MEG facilities of the neuroimaging center
Seminar - Dr.-Ing. Andreas Spiegler
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro_8 Practical project 8 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Martin Georg Bleichner
  • Master
6.03.754 Laboratory Animal Science, Theory (2023) Dates on Thursday. 24.11.22, Thursday. 01.12.22, Thursday. 08.12.22, Thursday. 15.12.22 18:15 - 19:45, Monday. 06.02.23 - Wednesday. 08 ...(more), Location: W01 0-008 (Rechnerraum), W04 1-171, ((W04 2-202))
Description:
Exercises - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Dr. Ulrike Langemann
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.009.W Academic Writing workshop for Neurocognitive Psychology students Dates on Friday. 03.03.23 10:00 - 17:15
Description:
This course, specifically designed to assist students with the writing of their master theses, provides a thorough introduction to the main features of Academic Writing, including the required structure of a thesis text, range and register of language, the appropriate use of verbs, objectivity, hedging, punctuation, and, last but not least, correct citation. It also offers reflections on the writing process as well as an introduction to revision strategies, focussing on both editing and proofreading. The course is taught as a one-day workshop on 3 March 2023 followed by two 60-minute appointments of personal writing support. To apply / register, please [1] sign up on Stud.IP AND [2] send an e-mail to Dr Uta Protz, the course instructor, at uta.protz@eui.eu, (a) attaching one page of English text written recently, ideally taken from your master thesis, and (b) stating when you plan to submit. This course, specifically designed to assist students with the writing of their master theses, provides a thorough introduction to the main features of Academic Writing, including the required structure of a thesis text, range and register of language, the appropriate use of verbs, objectivity, hedging, punctuation, and, last but not least, correct citation. It also offers reflections on the writing process as well as an introduction to revision strategies, focussing on both editing and proofreading. The course is taught as a one-day workshop on 3 March 2023 followed by two 60-minute appointments of personal writing support. To apply / register, please [1] sign up on Stud.IP AND [2] send an e-mail to Dr Uta Protz, the course instructor, at uta.protz@eui.eu, (a) attaching one page of English text written recently, ideally taken from your master thesis, and (b) stating when you plan to submit.
Workshop - Dr. Uta Protz
6.04.112 Clinical Aspects of Degenerative Diseases - Seminar & Exercise Thursday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 20/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. med. Tania Zieschang
Dr. Jessica Koschate
Dr. med. Katharina Ort
Michel Hackbarth
Sandra Lau
PD Dr. Friedrich Mellert
Dr. rer. nat. Carina Sander-Sandersfeld
Prof. Dr. Florian Hoppe
Bianca Sahlmann
Imke de Jonge
Dr. Julia Schlotmann
  • Master
6.02.190_2 Sex, brain and behavior Thursday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 20/10/22)

Description:
Please note: You have to register for both parts of the module. no online option. Please note: You have to register for both parts of the module. no online option.
Seminar - apl. Prof. Dr. Daniel Strüber, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.02.260_Pbio_2 Practical project 2 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. rer. nat. Jale Nur Özyurt
  • Master
6.02.121_2 Test theory and test construction - part 1 Thursday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 20/10/22)

Description:
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.02.mam_coll_ambass Masters colloquium Ambulatory Assessment Wednesday: 15:00 - 16:30, weekly (from 19/10/22)
Dates on Wednesday. 08.02.23 15:00 - 16:30

Description:
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
  • Master
6.02.181_1L Introduction to cognitive neuroscience Tuesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 06/12/22), Location: V03 0-C002, A06 0-001, V03 0-D002
Dates on Friday. 17.02.23 16:00 - 18:00, Location: A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G)

Description:
Lecture - Dr. Stephanie Rosemann
Dr. rer. nat. Carsten Gießing
  • Master
6.02.260_Pbio_3 Practical project 3 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. rer. nat. Jale Nur Özyurt
  • Master
6.02.260_Pappl_3 Practical project 3 - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - M. Sc. Moritz Held
  • Master
6.04.051 Current topics in genetics - lecture Tuesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 06/12/22), Location: W04 1-171
Thursday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 08/12/22), Location: W04 1-172
Dates on Thursday. 16.02.23 14:00 - 15:30, Friday. 17.03.23 12:00 - 14:30, Location: W32 0-005

Description:
- Understanding current concepts, challenges and methods of modern genetic research - Connecting genetic concepts to human disease and disease therapy - Critical reflection on ethical issues regarding modern genetic research and its application in humans and animal models - Understanding current concepts, challenges and methods of modern genetic research - Connecting genetic concepts to human disease and disease therapy - Critical reflection on ethical issues regarding modern genetic research and its application in humans and animal models
Lecture - Dr. rer. nat. Lena Ebbers
  • Master
6.03.002 Introductory course Neurobiology The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Lecture - Dr. Christian Puller
6.03.691 Neurocognition and functional neurorehabilitation The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch-Debener
  • Master
6.03.660 Neurogenetics - Structure-function analyses of the potassium chloride cotransporter KCC2 The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
hier können Praxismodule (BA) und Research Module (MA), sowie BA und MA Arbeiten bei mir belegt werden. hier können Praxismodule (BA) und Research Module (MA), sowie BA und MA Arbeiten bei mir belegt werden.
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Anna-Maria Hartmann
  • Master
6.03.711 Neuroscientific data analysis with Matlab - Lecture Monday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 17/10/22), Location: W04 1-171
Wednesday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 19/10/22), Location: W06 0-008
Dates on Thursday. 17.11.22 10:15 - 13:45, Location: W01 0-008 (Rechnerraum)

Description:
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Fiona Teske
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.240_T Introduction to scientific programming Tutorial Wednesday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 19/10/22)

Description:
Tutorial - Dr. Heiko Stecher
  • Master
6.03.756 Animal Handling Course (Feb 2023) Dates on Monday. 06.02.23 - Friday. 10.02.23 08:00 - 18:00
Description:
Exercises - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Dr. Ulrike Langemann
6.03.810 International Meeting Contribution The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
If you want to present your work at an international conference with a poster or a talk, please inform us well ahead. We will provide feedback on your presentation prior to the conference. The preparatory meeting will take place online (see information group of the study programme: https://elearning.uni-oldenburg.de/dispatch.php/course/details?sem_id=97e03f9766f14bbfcfea99fc853251af) If you want to present your work at an international conference with a poster or a talk, please inform us well ahead. We will provide feedback on your presentation prior to the conference. The preparatory meeting will take place online (see information group of the study programme: https://elearning.uni-oldenburg.de/dispatch.php/course/details?sem_id=97e03f9766f14bbfcfea99fc853251af)
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
  • Master
6.04.012 Molecular Physiology - Exercises Dates on Monday. 13.02.23 - Thursday. 16.02.23 08:00 - 12:00, Friday. 17.02.23 08:00 - 12:30
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Christian Keine
Dr. rer. nat. Tamara Radulovic
  • Master
6.02.260_Pamb_4 Practical project 4 - Ambulatory Assessment The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
  • Master
6.04.161 External Research Project 1 The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
External research projects are done on an individual basis. They are supervised by one person from Oldenburg and a local supervisor at any university or research institution in Germany and abroad. External research projects are done on an individual basis. They are supervised by one person from Oldenburg and a local supervisor at any university or research institution in Germany and abroad.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Karl-Wilhelm Koch, Dipl.-Chem.
  • Master
6.03.755_C Laboratory Animal Science, Fish (Feb 2023) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Prof. Dr. Arne Nolte
Prof. Dr. Michael Winklhofer
Karin Dedek, apl. Prof. Dr.
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6.03.620 Animal Physiology & Behaviour: Auditory perception studies The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Die Veranstaltung findet in Präsenz statt. Die Veranstaltung findet in Präsenz statt.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
  • Master
6.02.mam_neuro Academic Research in Neurosychology The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
sign up if you write your thesis in the Neurosychology group. sign up if you write your thesis in the Neurosychology group.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch-Debener
  • Master
6.04.172 Research Techniques in Molecular Biomedicine - Exercises Dates on Monday. 05.12.22 - Friday. 09.12.22, Monday. 12.12.22 - Wednesday. 14.12.22 12:00 - 16:00
Description:
Exercises - Lisa Becker
Dr. Lena Dübbel
Dr. rer. nat. Anna-Maria Hartmann
  • Master
6.03.661B Neurogenetics - Evolution of the auditory system - project B The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Lena Ebbers
  • Master
6.02.mam_ambass Academic Research in Ambulatory Assessment The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
sign up if you write your thesis in the Ambulatory Assessment group. sign up if you write your thesis in the Ambulatory Assessment group.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
  • Master
6.02.121_3_ a The Assessment Process applied - part 1 Friday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 20/01/23)
Dates on Friday. 25.11.22, Friday. 09.12.22 10:15 - 11:45

Description:
Case conceptualization, single case testing and diagnosing and writing a psychological testing report. 20 students can take part in this seminar. In case more students will sign up, we will select students by lot who will be moved to the alternative seminar 6.02.121_2_b Test construction applied. Case conceptualization, single case testing and diagnosing and writing a psychological testing report. 20 students can take part in this seminar. In case more students will sign up, we will select students by lot who will be moved to the alternative seminar 6.02.121_2_b Test construction applied.
Seminar - Dr. Andreas Hellmann
Nadine Schenke
Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
  • Master
6.02.130_2 Psychological colloquium Thursday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 20/10/22)

Description:
34 students can attend in presence. For participation in presence, you need to register for each session you want to attend by signing up to the respective group. 34 students can attend in presence. For participation in presence, you need to register for each session you want to attend by signing up to the respective group.
Colloquium - apl. Prof. Dr. Daniel Strüber, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro_1 Practical project 1 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Björn Holtze
  • Master
6.03.698 External Research Project The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
External research projects are done on an individual basis. They are supervised by one person from Oldenburg and a local supervisor at any university or research institution in Germany and abroad. Please contact Jutta Kretzberg (jutta.kretzberg@uol.de) for details. see: http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/en/master-neuroscience/downloads/ (Learning Agreement for External Research Module) External research projects are done on an individual basis. They are supervised by one person from Oldenburg and a local supervisor at any university or research institution in Germany and abroad. Please contact Jutta Kretzberg (jutta.kretzberg@uol.de) for details. see: http://www.uni-oldenburg.de/en/master-neuroscience/downloads/ (Learning Agreement for External Research Module)
Seminar - Lehrende der Neuroscience
  • Master
6.02.181_1S Introduction to cognitive neuroscience Thursday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 08/12/22)

Description:
Seminar - Dr. Stephanie Rosemann
Dr. rer. nat. Carsten Gießing
  • Master
6.03.650 Computational Neuroscience: Invertebrate somatosensory system The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
  • Master
6.02.mam_stat Academic Research in Psychological Statistics and Methods The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
sign up if you write your thesis in the Psychological Statistics and Methods group. sign up if you write your thesis in the Psychological Statistics and Methods group.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.04.211 Scientific Communication - Seminar & Exercises Dates on Monday. 27.02.23 08:15 - 13:45, Monday. 27.02.23 09:15 - 10:45, Tuesday. 28.02.23 - Friday. 03.03.23, Monday. 13.03.23 - Friday. 17.03.23 08:15 - 13:45, Location: W03 1-154, W02 1-128, W02 1-156
Description:
Seminar - Tim Dittmann
Dr. Patrick Dömer
Apl. Prof. Dr. Bernhard Gibbs
Dr. rer. nat. Simeon Helgers
Prof. Torsten Plösch, Ph.D.
  • Master
6.02.260_Pbio_5 Practical project 5 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.04.121 Tumor Biology - Lecture Tuesday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 18/10/22), Location: W32 1-113, (BBB meeting room), (only via video! I can't attend live)
Dates on Wednesday. 08.03.23, Wednesday. 05.04.23 08:30 - 09:30, Location: A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G), W32 1-112

Description:
Please note that the following components of the module are mandatory: 6.04.121 (lecture) and 6.04.122 (seminar)! The lecture topics from the study programme Human Medicine (6.01.32xxx; will be held in German) are not part of the curriculum and are therefore not relevant for the examinations. Please note that the following components of the module are mandatory: 6.04.121 (lecture) and 6.04.122 (seminar)! The lecture topics from the study programme Human Medicine (6.01.32xxx; will be held in German) are not part of the curriculum and are therefore not relevant for the examinations.
Lecture - Dr. Lena Dübbel
Prof. Dr. Karin Loser
  • Master
6.02.240_3 Scientific Programming I Tuesday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 18/10/22)

Description:
38 students can attend in presence, the others can attend online. For participation in presence, you need to register for each session you want to attend by signing up to the respective group. 38 students can attend in presence, the others can attend online. For participation in presence, you need to register for each session you want to attend by signing up to the respective group.
Exercises - Dr. Heiko Stecher
  • Master
6.02.mam_coll_neuro Masters colloquium Neuropsychology Monday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 17/10/22)

Description:
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.03.685 Anatomy - Molecular and cellular mechanisms of neuronal differentiation The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Anja Bräuer
Dr. rer. nat. Nicola Brandt
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro_4 Practical project 4 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Paul Maanen
  • Master
6.02.supp Project Support Thursday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 20/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Merle Marek
Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch-Debener
Martin Georg Bleichner
  • Master
6.02.001 Introductory Course Statistics Friday: 12:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 21/10/22)
Dates on Friday. 14.10.22 12:15 - 17:45

Description:
This course is designed for students who are completely new to the world of statistics and for those who have the feeling that many statistical concepts they learned about earlier are not present to them anymore. Relying on theoretical input and applied exercises, this interactive lecture covers all those topics that need to belong to students’ procedural knowledge in order to be able to follow the topics covered by the Psychological methods module. Course contents • Empirical research, variables and scales • Statistical parameter • Graphical data visualization • Probability theory • Probability distributions • Statistical sampling • Hypothesis testing • Testing hypothesis on differences • Correlation • Simple linear regression This course is designed for students who are completely new to the world of statistics and for those who have the feeling that many statistical concepts they learned about earlier are not present to them anymore. Relying on theoretical input and applied exercises, this interactive lecture covers all those topics that need to belong to students’ procedural knowledge in order to be able to follow the topics covered by the Psychological methods module. Course contents • Empirical research, variables and scales • Statistical parameter • Graphical data visualization • Probability theory • Probability distributions • Statistical sampling • Hypothesis testing • Testing hypothesis on differences • Correlation • Simple linear regression
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
Natalia Castro Gonzalez
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_7 Practical project 7 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.02.mam_coll_appl Masters colloquium Applied Neurocognitive Psychology Thursday: 12:30 - 13:00, weekly (from 20/10/22)

Description:
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
  • Master
6.03.830 Introduction to the neuroanatomy of the brain Dates on Monday. 27.02.23 - Wednesday. 01.03.23 10:15 - 11:45, Thursday. 02.03.23 10:15 - 15:45, Monday. 06.03.23 - Tuesday. 07.03.23 ...(more), Location: W32 1-113, W32 0-005
Description:
This block course offers an introduction to neuroanatomy with a focus on the brain. The course combines lectures on the development and the anatomy of the brain with virtual dissection classes, 3D brain models, annotation exercises and clinical case studies. Goals of the course: Students should be able to correctly identify the anatomical structures of the brain and describe the major pathways connecting the different parts of the nervous system. They also should acquire an understanding of the functional brain anatomy and brain circuitry and use this knowledge to analyse clinical symptoms and understand the basis of the neurological exam carried out to evaluate patients in the clinic. Competencies: Developmental origin of the brain Anatomical knowledge of brain structure Functional anatomical knowledge of the brain Understanding the basis of the neurological exam Find and name anatomical structures during virtual dissections and annotations Group work Exam: seminar presentation and participation This block course offers an introduction to neuroanatomy with a focus on the brain. The course combines lectures on the development and the anatomy of the brain with virtual dissection classes, 3D brain models, annotation exercises and clinical case studies. Goals of the course: Students should be able to correctly identify the anatomical structures of the brain and describe the major pathways connecting the different parts of the nervous system. They also should acquire an understanding of the functional brain anatomy and brain circuitry and use this knowledge to analyse clinical symptoms and understand the basis of the neurological exam carried out to evaluate patients in the clinic. Competencies: Developmental origin of the brain Anatomical knowledge of brain structure Functional anatomical knowledge of the brain Understanding the basis of the neurological exam Find and name anatomical structures during virtual dissections and annotations Group work Exam: seminar presentation and participation
Seminar - Dr. Esther Christine Maier
  • Master
6.03.800 Introduction to MATLAB Dates on Monday. 13.03.23 09:15 - 17:00, Tuesday. 14.03.23 - Wednesday. 15.03.23 09:15 - 12:30, Thursday. 16.03.23 09:15 - 17:00, Friday. 17.03.23 09:15 - 12:30
Description:
Exercises - Dr. rer. nat. Carsten Gießing
  • Master
6.04.132 Regenerative Medicine in Ophthalmology - Exersices Dates on Monday. 20.02.23 - Friday. 24.02.23, Monday. 27.02.23 - Friday. 03.03.23 12:00 - 17:00
Description:
Exercises - Dr. rer. nat. Sonja Mertsch
  • Master
6.02.010 Introduction to the Neuroimaging Unit Dates on Friday. 14.10.22 08:00 - 10:30, Monday. 17.10.22 09:30 - 12:00, Monday. 07.11.22 10:00 - 12:20
Description:
We will show you the Neuroimaging Unit at the NeSSy building - MRI and MEG. Participation is only possible after registration for a particular time slot that will be published in October. You will only be allowed to enter the facilities if you prove to be vaccinated against Covid, recovered, or negatively tested within the last 24 hours (3G rule). We will show you the Neuroimaging Unit at the NeSSy building - MRI and MEG. Participation is only possible after registration for a particular time slot that will be published in October. You will only be allowed to enter the facilities if you prove to be vaccinated against Covid, recovered, or negatively tested within the last 24 hours (3G rule).
miscellaneous - Dr. rer. nat. Tina Schmitt
Dr.-Ing. Andreas Spiegler
6.03.670 RM_Visual Neuroscience - Retinal Anatomy The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Martin Greschner
Dr. Christian Puller
  • Master
6.04.102 Immunology and Inflammation - Seminar & Exercises Dates on Thursday. 10.11.22 - Friday. 11.11.22, Monday. 14.11.22, Wednesday. 16.11.22, Monday. 21.11.22, Wednesday. 23.11.22, Monday. 28.11.22 - Wednesday. 30.11.22 12:15 - 15:45, Location: V03 0-C003, V03 0-D001, W32 0-008
Description:
Seminar - Apl. Prof. Dr. Bernhard Gibbs
  • Master
6.04.111 Clinical Aspects of Degenerative Diseases - Lecture Monday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 17/10/22)

Description:
Lecture - Prof. Dr. med. Tania Zieschang
Dr. Jessica Koschate
Sandra Lau
Michel Hackbarth
Dr. Julia Schlotmann
Dr. rer. nat. Carina Sander-Sandersfeld
PD Dr. Friedrich Mellert
Dr. med. Katharina Ort
Prof. Dr. Florian Hoppe
Bianca Sahlmann
Imke de Jonge
  • Master
6.03.713 Neuroscientific data analysis with Matlab - Excercises Tuesday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 18/10/22)
Thursday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 20/10/22)

Description:
Exercises - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Fiona Teske
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.111_2_Gr1 analysis methods with R - group 1 Wednesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 19/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Juan Felipe Quinones Sanchez
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro Practical project - Neuropsychologie Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 17/10/22)

Description:
presence presence
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.03.792 Communicating Neuroscience Friday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 21/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
  • Master
6.02.240_1 Introduction to scientific programming I Tuesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 18/10/22)

Description:
38 students can attend in presence, the others can attend online. For participation in presence, you need to register for each session you want to attend by signing up to the respective group. 38 students can attend in presence, the others can attend online. For participation in presence, you need to register for each session you want to attend by signing up to the respective group.
Lecture - Dr. Heiko Stecher
  • Master
6.03.662A Neurogenetics - Analysis of mouse models for deafness - project A The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Maike Claußen
  • Master
6.04.131 Regenerative Medicine in Ophthalmology - Lecture/Seminar Dates on Monday. 20.02.23 - Friday. 24.02.23, Monday. 27.02.23 - Friday. 03.03.23 08:15 - 11:45
Description:
Lecture - Dr. rer. nat. Sonja Mertsch
  • Master
6.03.640 Cochlea and auditory brainstem physiology: Evolutionary Auditory Neuroscience The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
  • Master
6.03.820 Journal Club: Regenerative Ophthalmology Thursday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 20/10/22)

Description:
Students will learn to read, present and discuss neuroscientific literature. Each student will have to do an oral presentation of paper and poster presentation. Week 1: How to read and present a scientific paper and how to generate a scientific poster? Distribution of papers to participants Week 2: Example presentation of a scientific paper by the teacher with discussion Week 3-13: Oral presentation / moderation of discussion of one scientific paper per week by one or two student(s) Week 14: Short poster presentations of all students The focus topic of the scientific literature will change between semesters. Attending the first two lectures is mandatory for this modul. Students will learn to read, present and discuss neuroscientific literature. Each student will have to do an oral presentation of paper and poster presentation. Week 1: How to read and present a scientific paper and how to generate a scientific poster? Distribution of papers to participants Week 2: Example presentation of a scientific paper by the teacher with discussion Week 3-13: Oral presentation / moderation of discussion of one scientific paper per week by one or two student(s) Week 14: Short poster presentations of all students The focus topic of the scientific literature will change between semesters. Attending the first two lectures is mandatory for this modul.
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Sonja Mertsch
  • Master
6.04.191 Journal Club: Regenerative Medicine Tuesday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 18/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Sonja Mertsch
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_9 Practical project 9 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.02.260_Pappl_4 Practical project 4 - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - M. Sc. Moritz Held
  • Master
6.02.121_1 Introduction to psychological assessment - part 1 Friday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 21/10/22), Location: A06 0-001, W16A 004

Description:
Lecture - Dr. Andreas Hellmann
Prof. Dr. Mandy Roheger
  • Master
6.04.150.005 Immunology - Novel immunomodulatory tripeptides for the treatment of inflammation The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Objectives The endogenous opioid system plays an important role in the pathogenesis of inflammatory disorders and opioid receptor agonists, mainly agonists of the kappa-opioid receptor (KOR), are able to regulate cytokine production, immune cell activation and migration. Therefore, activation of KOR could represent a novel promising approach for the treatment of (sterile) inflammation. Therefore, we developed quinoline- and quinoxaline-based KOR agonists with high affinity, selectivity, and full agonistic activity. These KOR agonists reduced the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines (e.g., IL-1, IL-6, TNF, IFN-y) as well as immune cell proliferation upon activation. The observed effects were mediated via KOR signalling, since off-target effects were excluded by using KOR deficient mouse mutants. Now we intend to develop new KOR agonists based on novel scaffolds. In particular, diverse substituents in 4- or 5-position of the perhydroquinoline system allow versatile modifications allowing fine-tuning of pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties. These novel KOR agonists will be used to better understand the relevance of KOR signalling in inflammatory diseases. Hence, the effect of KOR agonists on phenotype, function and migratory activity will be analyzed in primary mouse and human immune cells by multicolor flow cytometry, multiplex bead assays or impedance-based measurements using the xCELLigence®-system). Moreover, the metabolic activity and transcription profile of immune cells treated with KOR agonists shall be assessed using the Seahorse® technology and (single cell) RNA sequencing. Objectives The endogenous opioid system plays an important role in the pathogenesis of inflammatory disorders and opioid receptor agonists, mainly agonists of the kappa-opioid receptor (KOR), are able to regulate cytokine production, immune cell activation and migration. Therefore, activation of KOR could represent a novel promising approach for the treatment of (sterile) inflammation. Therefore, we developed quinoline- and quinoxaline-based KOR agonists with high affinity, selectivity, and full agonistic activity. These KOR agonists reduced the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines (e.g., IL-1, IL-6, TNF, IFN-y) as well as immune cell proliferation upon activation. The observed effects were mediated via KOR signalling, since off-target effects were excluded by using KOR deficient mouse mutants. Now we intend to develop new KOR agonists based on novel scaffolds. In particular, diverse substituents in 4- or 5-position of the perhydroquinoline system allow versatile modifications allowing fine-tuning of pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties. These novel KOR agonists will be used to better understand the relevance of KOR signalling in inflammatory diseases. Hence, the effect of KOR agonists on phenotype, function and migratory activity will be analyzed in primary mouse and human immune cells by multicolor flow cytometry, multiplex bead assays or impedance-based measurements using the xCELLigence®-system). Moreover, the metabolic activity and transcription profile of immune cells treated with KOR agonists shall be assessed using the Seahorse® technology and (single cell) RNA sequencing.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Karin Loser
Dr. rer. nat. Nadine Mykicki
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro_7 Practical project 7 - Neuropsychologie Dates on Monday. 07.11.22, Monday. 28.11.22, Monday. 19.12.22 18:00 - 19:30
Description:
Practical training - Apl.Prof.Dr. Helmut Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.03.006 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Biochemie der Signaltransduktion Wednesday: 09:00 - 11:00, weekly (from 19/10/22)
Dates on Wednesday. 05.10.22, Wednesday. 12.10.22, Wednesday. 01.02.23, Wednesday. 08.02.23, Wednesday. 15.02.23, Wednesday. 22.02.23, W ...(more)

Description:
Arbeitsgruppenseminare gelten auch als Begleitseminare zum Praxismodul und Bachelor-Abschlussmodul Arbeitsgruppenseminare gelten auch als Begleitseminare zum Praxismodul und Bachelor-Abschlussmodul
Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Karl-Wilhelm Koch, Dipl.-Chem.
Dr. Alexander Scholten
  • Bachelor
  • Master
6.03.752_A Laboratory Animal Science, Rodent (Oct 2022) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Dr. rer. nat. Lena Ebbers
Karin Dedek, apl. Prof. Dr.
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.03.690 Computational Audition - Statistical data analysis The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - PD Dr. Jörn Anemüller
  • Master
6.02.111_1L Multivariate statistics I Wednesday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 19/10/22), Location: A06 0-001
Dates on Friday. 10.02.23 09:00 - 10:00, Location: A07 0-030 (Hörsaal G)

Description:
The class in only open for Neurocognitive Psychology, Neuroscience and PhD students, NOT for Biology students. The class in only open for Neurocognitive Psychology, Neuroscience and PhD students, NOT for Biology students.
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.04.081 Genetic Diagnostics: from chromosomal aberrations to gene mutations - Lecture Dates on Monday. 27.03.23 - Thursday. 30.03.23, Monday. 03.04.23 - Wednesday. 05.04.23 08:15 - 09:45, Location: W04 1-171, W04 1-172
Description:
Lecture - Dr. Marta Owczarek-Lipska
  • Master
6.03.651 Computational Neuroscience: Modeling & data analysis The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Individual modeling / data analysis project. Please discuss individual timing. Recommended after neu241. The preparatory meeting takes place online (see information group of the study programme: https://elearning.uni-oldenburg.de/dispatch.php/course/details?sem_id=97e03f9766f14bbfcfea99fc853251af) Individual modeling / data analysis project. Please discuss individual timing. Recommended after neu241. The preparatory meeting takes place online (see information group of the study programme: https://elearning.uni-oldenburg.de/dispatch.php/course/details?sem_id=97e03f9766f14bbfcfea99fc853251af)
Seminar - Dr. Go Ashida
Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
  • Master
6.03.012 Abteilungsseminar "Cochlea und Hirnstammphysiologie" Wednesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 19/10/22), Location: W04 1-172
Dates on Wednesday. 05.10.22, Wednesday. 12.10.22, Wednesday. 08.02.23, Wednesday. 15.02.23, Wednesday. 22.02.23, Wednesday. 01.03.23, W ...(more), Location: W04 1-172, W32 1-113

Description:
Seminar 2 Ph.D. Amarins Nieske Heeringa
Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Dr. rer. nat. Ulrike Sienknecht
  • Bachelor
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro_6 Practical project 6 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch-Debener
  • Master
6.03.243 Computational Neuroscience - Introduction (Exercises) Monday: 12:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 05/12/22)
Tuesday: 12:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 06/12/22)
Wednesday: 12:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 07/12/22)
Thursday: 12:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 08/12/22)

Description:
Content of the module: The topics - Biophysical neuron models - Network models - Spike train analysis - Statistical learning in neuroscience - Statistical learning for the analysis of neuronal population activity will be introduced in lectures, discussed in depth using selected literature in the seminar and consolidated in computer-based hands-on exercises. Content of the module: The topics - Biophysical neuron models - Network models - Spike train analysis - Statistical learning in neuroscience - Statistical learning for the analysis of neuronal population activity will be introduced in lectures, discussed in depth using selected literature in the seminar and consolidated in computer-based hands-on exercises.
Exercises - Martin Greschner
Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Dr. Go Ashida
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_1 Practical project 1 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.03.761 Scientific English Dates on Monday. 30.01.23 16:00 - 17:00, Monday. 20.02.23 - Friday. 24.02.23, Monday. 27.02.23 - Tuesday. 28.02.23, Monday. 06.03.23 - Thursday. 09.03.23 09:00 - 15:45
Description:
This course is intended for speakers of English as a foreign language. Entry level is minimally English level B2 according to Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). This course is intended for speakers of English as a foreign language. Entry level is minimally English level B2 according to Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
  • Master
6.04.171 Research Techniques in Molecular Biomedicine - Seminar Dates on Monday. 05.12.22 - Friday. 09.12.22, Monday. 12.12.22 - Wednesday. 14.12.22 08:15 - 11:45, Thursday. 15.12.22 - Friday. 16.12.22 08:15 - 15:45
Description:
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Anna-Maria Hartmann
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp Practical project - Allgemeine Psychologie Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 17/10/22)

Description:
presence presence
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Cindy Boetzel
  • Master
6.04.252 Molecular Microbiology - Seminar & Exercise Dates on Monday. 06.02.23 - Friday. 10.02.23 09:00 - 17:00
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Janina Noster
  • Master
6.02.260_Pappl Practical project - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie Friday: 09:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 21/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
  • Master
6.04.150.008 Pharmacology & Toxicology – Expression of Protease activated receptors in Vulva and Cervix carcinoma The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Please contact Dr. Ulrike Meyer for individual timing and further information Please contact Dr. Ulrike Meyer for individual timing and further information
Seminar - Ulrike Meyer
Prof. Dr. med. Bernhard Rauch
  • Master
6.04.091 Current Topics in Clinical Research - Lecture Thursday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 20/10/22), Location: V03 0-E004, (BBB meeting room)
Friday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 21/10/22), Location: W04 1-171, (BBB meeting room), (pre-recorded (see files))
Dates on Friday. 03.02.23 14:15 - 15:45, Location: W04 1-171

Description:
Lecture - Dr. Patrick Dömer
Dr. Lena Dübbel
Prof. Dr. med. Axel Hamprecht
Prof. Dr. med. Axel Heep
Dr. rer. nat. Simeon Helgers
Dr. Cornelia Hinz
Prof. Dr. Karin Loser
Dr. rer. nat. Helge Meyer
Dr. Janina Noster
Prof. Torsten Plösch, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. med. Bernhard Rauch
Andriana Gialeli
Dr. rer. nat. Lena Nemitz
  • Master
6.04.192 Journal Club: Epigenetics Monday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 24/10/22)

Description:
Seminar - Dr. Esther Christine Maier
  • Master
6.02.251 Internship Friday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 28/10/22), (online!)
Dates on Friday. 03.02.23 08:15 - 09:45

Description:
online The colloquium will take place online and LIVE! After registering for the course on Stud.IP, go to Groups in tab Participants. There you will find the Groups for the current semester. Choose one Group for your presentation. Please note that you can only present your internship once it is finished! Internship presentations: Prepare three slides for EACH internship (Yes. If you did two internships, you prepare six slides. You can present them in a single session or in two sessions.) The slides' content: 1) Application process for the internship, introduce the institution and group/ward/department. 2) Your tasks. 3) Conclusion, personal opinion, recommendation. Store your slides in the Stud.IP document folder of your chosen session at the latest 24 hours BEFORE the session. This is a MUST! The document folders can be found under the tab Files. Paperwork: In addition, fill in an internship form for EACH internship you did. You can find the form in the Files tab of the course, on the Master's degree homepage (tab Documents) and in Courseware. Hand in a digital copy of the filled-in evaluation sheet and a digital copy of your internship certificate together with your presentation. For more information see Courseware. online The colloquium will take place online and LIVE! After registering for the course on Stud.IP, go to Groups in tab Participants. There you will find the Groups for the current semester. Choose one Group for your presentation. Please note that you can only present your internship once it is finished! Internship presentations: Prepare three slides for EACH internship (Yes. If you did two internships, you prepare six slides. You can present them in a single session or in two sessions.) The slides' content: 1) Application process for the internship, introduce the institution and group/ward/department. 2) Your tasks. 3) Conclusion, personal opinion, recommendation. Store your slides in the Stud.IP document folder of your chosen session at the latest 24 hours BEFORE the session. This is a MUST! The document folders can be found under the tab Files. Paperwork: In addition, fill in an internship form for EACH internship you did. You can find the form in the Files tab of the course, on the Master's degree homepage (tab Documents) and in Courseware. Hand in a digital copy of the filled-in evaluation sheet and a digital copy of your internship certificate together with your presentation. For more information see Courseware.
Colloquium - Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch-Debener
  • Master
6.03.695 Linguistics in Dept. of Dutch - Psycholinguistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Please contact Prof. Ruigendijk for individual timing and project topic. Topics can be in the areas of language acquisition as well as language processing and production. My lab mainly works on morphosyntactic and lexical phenomena, in different populations: children (mono/bilingual), adults (monolingual, second language acquisition), children and adults with hearing impairment. Please contact Prof. Ruigendijk for individual timing and project topic. Topics can be in the areas of language acquisition as well as language processing and production. My lab mainly works on morphosyntactic and lexical phenomena, in different populations: children (mono/bilingual), adults (monolingual, second language acquisition), children and adults with hearing impairment.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Esther Ruigendijk
  • Master
6.02.111_1T Multivariate statistics I (Tutorial) Tuesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 18/10/22)

Description:
Additonal voluntary tutorial for the multivariate statistics lecture. If you are from another study program, please contact the teacher. Additonal voluntary tutorial for the multivariate statistics lecture. If you are from another study program, please contact the teacher.
Tutorial - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
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