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Winter semester 2021/2022 161 Seminars
VAK Course Number Title Type Lecture
Preliminary studies
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Project group
Council conference
Internship
Language course
Subject didactics
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SWS Semester weekly hours Teachers Degree
6.02.260_Pbio_10 Practical project 10 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Sebastian Puschmann
  • Master
6.03.670 Visual Neuroscience - Retinal Anatomy The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Martin Greschner
Dr. Christian Puller
  • 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
M. Sc. Yadwinder Kaur
  • Master
6.02.111_1T Multivariate statistics I (Tutorial) Tuesday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 19/10/21)

Description:
34 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. Additonal voluntary tutorial for the multivariate statistics lecture. If you are from another study program, please contact the teacher. 34 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. Additonal voluntary tutorial for the multivariate statistics lecture. If you are from another study program, please contact the teacher.
Tutorial - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
Maira Keller
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_2 Practical project 2 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Jill von Von Conta
  • Master
6.02.141_1 LaTeX Dates on Tuesday. 08.03.22 - Friday. 11.03.22 09:00 - 17:00
Description:
online online
Seminar - Melanie Spindler
  • Master
6.03.620 Animal Physiology & Behaviour: Auditory perception studies The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
  • Master
6.02.141_4 Introduction to the neuroanatomy of the brain Dates on Monday. 21.03.22 - Friday. 25.03.22 09:00 - 17:00
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
6.04.132 Regenerative Medicine in Ophthalmology - Exersices Dates on Thursday. 14.10.21 09:00 - 10:00, Monday. 14.02.22 - Friday. 18.02.22, Monday. 21.02.22 - Friday. 25.02.22 12:00 - 17:00
Description:
Exercises - Dr. rer. nat. Sonja Mertsch
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro_6 Practical project 6 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.02.010 Introduction to the Neuroimaging Unit Dates on Monday. 01.11.21, Monday. 15.11.21 - Tuesday. 16.11.21 10:00 - 12:00
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
6.02.141_2 Hands-on fMRI data analysis with SPM12 Friday: 09:15 - 16:45, weekly (from 12/11/21), Location: A14 1-113, A05 1-160, V03 0-C003

Description:
During this four-day workshop, you will learn how functional MRI data are acquired and analyzed using the software package SPM12. The workshop will focus mainly on hands-on work (with laptops in class). It is therefore expected that you have prior background knowledge on the principles of functional MRI, or spend additional time on the basics before taking part in the workshop. For starters, a list of recommended video lectures and books is provided in the files section! After completion of the workshop, you will have knowledge on: - MRI safety - MRI data acquisition - “Triggering” MRI experiments with Presentation - Controlling the quality of MR data - Data preprocessing and statistical models (1st/2nd level) in SPM12 - Batch scripting in SPM12 - Extraction/plotting of contrast estimates - SPM toolboxes: Anatomical localization, region-of-interest (ROI) analysis - Data visualization tools The course will take place “in presence” at buildings A7 and NeSSy (W30). In line with the university’s COVID-19 regulations on room usage, the number of participants is currently limited to 11. Enrolment to the course is preliminary for now; you will be notified upon final acceptance. During this four-day workshop, you will learn how functional MRI data are acquired and analyzed using the software package SPM12. The workshop will focus mainly on hands-on work (with laptops in class). It is therefore expected that you have prior background knowledge on the principles of functional MRI, or spend additional time on the basics before taking part in the workshop. For starters, a list of recommended video lectures and books is provided in the files section! After completion of the workshop, you will have knowledge on: - MRI safety - MRI data acquisition - “Triggering” MRI experiments with Presentation - Controlling the quality of MR data - Data preprocessing and statistical models (1st/2nd level) in SPM12 - Batch scripting in SPM12 - Extraction/plotting of contrast estimates - SPM toolboxes: Anatomical localization, region-of-interest (ROI) analysis - Data visualization tools The course will take place “in presence” at buildings A7 and NeSSy (W30). In line with the university’s COVID-19 regulations on room usage, the number of participants is currently limited to 11. Enrolment to the course is preliminary for now; you will be notified upon final acceptance.
Practical course 2 Sebastian Puschmann
  • Master
6.02.121_1 Introduction to psychological assessment Friday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 22/10/21)

Description:
presence, recorded lectures will be provided 59 students can attend in presence (3G) presence, recorded lectures will be provided 59 students can attend in presence (3G)
Lecture - Dr. Andreas Hellmann
  • Master
6.02.mam_neuro Academic Research in Neurosychology The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Nadine Jacobsen
Franziska Klein
Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch-Debener
  • Master
6.02.mam_appl Academic Research in Applied Neurocognitive Psychology The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
  • Master
6.03.211 Neuroethologie Monday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 06/12/21)
Tuesday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 07/12/21)
Dates on Friday. 11.02.22 14:00 - 15:30

Description:
Lecture 2 Prof. Dr. Henrik Mouritsen
Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
  • 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
6.02.260_Pexp_1 Practical project 1 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - M. Sc. Cindy Boetzel
apl. Prof. Dr. Daniel Strüber, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_9 Practical project 9 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - apl. Prof. Dr. Daniel Strüber, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.02.130_1_Gr1 Communication of scientific results - group1 in presence Wednesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 20/10/21)

Description:
This seminar will be taught in presence! Students who cannot participate in presence can take part in group 2 which will be taught online! This seminar will be taught in presence! Students who cannot participate in presence can take part in group 2 which will be taught online!
Seminar - Dr. Florian Kasten
  • Master
6.03.761 Scientific English Dates on Tuesday. 01.02.22 16:00 - 17:00, Monday. 14.03.22 - Friday. 18.03.22, Monday. 21.03.22 - Friday. 25.03.22 08:15 - 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). IMPORTANT: Course structure and time commitment This is a 6 credit-point course, equivalent to 180 workload hours; of these only ~70 are contact hours. The other 110 hours will involve work in your own time, both before, during and after the course. A large part of that work contributes to the portfolio that your grade is based on. The extent of work required BEFORE the course may be unusual, but is for your own benefit: the course depends on active participation on your part and the block structure does not leave you enough time to adequately prepare during the course, particularly during the first week. To help you structure your time, and also give us enough time to provide feedback, we require: Each participant to give one 30-minute oral presentation during the course. This will be followed by a detailed discussion of the language, structure, and the presentation. The talk must be based on your own work, preferably current, or from your Bachelor’s degree. The presentation file (either MS Powerpoint or, better, a PDF) must be uploaded to the folder “Oral presentation files” in StudIP by Friday, March 11th, midnight. Other files, involving work in your own time on various tasks (to be specified at the introductory meeting and a subsequent email) must also be uploaded before or, in some cases, during the block course. After the block course, you will write an essay; the submission deadline will be agreed on during the course. TAKE-HOME MESSAGE: If you cannot find the required time before, during, and after the course, or have conflicts with the scheduled contact hours, please de-register from the course now and give those who can a fair chance. 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). IMPORTANT: Course structure and time commitment This is a 6 credit-point course, equivalent to 180 workload hours; of these only ~70 are contact hours. The other 110 hours will involve work in your own time, both before, during and after the course. A large part of that work contributes to the portfolio that your grade is based on. The extent of work required BEFORE the course may be unusual, but is for your own benefit: the course depends on active participation on your part and the block structure does not leave you enough time to adequately prepare during the course, particularly during the first week. To help you structure your time, and also give us enough time to provide feedback, we require: Each participant to give one 30-minute oral presentation during the course. This will be followed by a detailed discussion of the language, structure, and the presentation. The talk must be based on your own work, preferably current, or from your Bachelor’s degree. The presentation file (either MS Powerpoint or, better, a PDF) must be uploaded to the folder “Oral presentation files” in StudIP by Friday, March 11th, midnight. Other files, involving work in your own time on various tasks (to be specified at the introductory meeting and a subsequent email) must also be uploaded before or, in some cases, during the block course. After the block course, you will write an essay; the submission deadline will be agreed on during the course. TAKE-HOME MESSAGE: If you cannot find the required time before, during, and after the course, or have conflicts with the scheduled contact hours, please de-register from the course now and give those who can a fair chance.
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
  • Master
6.03.015 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Computational Neuroscience Thursday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 21/10/21)

Description:
Das Seminar findet im Besprechngsraum der AG statt. Das Seminar findet im Besprechngsraum der AG statt.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Fiona Teske
Jens-Steffen Scherer
  • Bachelor
  • Master
6.03.755_B Laboratory Animal Science, Bird (Jan/Feb 2022) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Dr. Dominik Heyers
PD Dr. Heiko Schmaljohann
  • Promotion
  • 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
6.04.150.004 Immunology - Anti-inflammatory drugs from bacteria and their potential application in the treatment of psoriasis The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical part: During infection, bacteria, such as Yersinia enterocolitica, can actively translocate anti-inflammatory proteins into the host cell cytoplasm to suppress the host immune response. These proteins can be produced recombinantly and are to be formulated as drugs for therapy. For this purpose, the mouse model of imiquimod-induced psoriasis-like skin inflammation was used, and the animals were treated with the bacterial compounds. After the efficacy has been proven based on the reduction in disease severity, the mechanism of action shall be analyzed in detail. For this purpose, the induction of apoptosis, the inflammasome activation, cytokine production and NF-B activation or the effect of the proteins on the integrity of the epithelial barrier will be analyzed within this research module. Methods such as multicolor immunofluorescence, multiplex assays for cytokine quantification and characterization of signaling cascades, RNA sequencing or kinome analysis will be used. Theoretical part (seminar): During the research module, the pathomechanisms of chronic inflammatory skin diseases will be discussed, with a specific focus on the involvement of the immune system in the development of psoriasis vulgaris. At the same time, various possibilities how bacterial pathogens evade host immune defenses will be presented. These possibilities include the production of cell-penetrating peptides (CPEs) with anti-inflammatory properties, which can be developed as agents for therapy (drugs-from-bugs concept). Practical part: During infection, bacteria, such as Yersinia enterocolitica, can actively translocate anti-inflammatory proteins into the host cell cytoplasm to suppress the host immune response. These proteins can be produced recombinantly and are to be formulated as drugs for therapy. For this purpose, the mouse model of imiquimod-induced psoriasis-like skin inflammation was used, and the animals were treated with the bacterial compounds. After the efficacy has been proven based on the reduction in disease severity, the mechanism of action shall be analyzed in detail. For this purpose, the induction of apoptosis, the inflammasome activation, cytokine production and NF-B activation or the effect of the proteins on the integrity of the epithelial barrier will be analyzed within this research module. Methods such as multicolor immunofluorescence, multiplex assays for cytokine quantification and characterization of signaling cascades, RNA sequencing or kinome analysis will be used. Theoretical part (seminar): During the research module, the pathomechanisms of chronic inflammatory skin diseases will be discussed, with a specific focus on the involvement of the immune system in the development of psoriasis vulgaris. At the same time, various possibilities how bacterial pathogens evade host immune defenses will be presented. These possibilities include the production of cell-penetrating peptides (CPEs) with anti-inflammatory properties, which can be developed as agents for therapy (drugs-from-bugs concept).
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Nadine Mykicki
Prof. Dr. Karin Loser
  • Master
6.02.111_2_Gr1 analysis methods with R - group 1 in presence Wednesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 20/10/21)

Description:
Classes will take place in the lecture hall. Students will work on online R tutorials and the teacher will answer questions. Classes will take place in the lecture hall. Students will work on online R tutorials and the teacher will answer questions.
Seminar - Juan Felipe Quinones Sanchez
  • Master
6.03.661A Neurogenetics - Evolution of the auditory system - project A The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Maike Claußen
  • Master
6.02.240_3 Scientific Programming I Tuesday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 19/10/21)

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
Jill von Von Conta
M. Sc. Cindy Boetzel
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_8 Practical project 8 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - apl. Prof. Dr. Daniel Strüber, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Master
6.02.mam_bio Academic Research in Biological Psychology The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Carsten Gießing
Sebastian Puschmann
Melanie Spindler
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.03.675 Visual Neuroscience - Molecular mechanisms and cellular networks involved in signal transduction in the vertebrate retina The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. Patrick Dömer
  • Master
6.02.141_3 Neurophysiological Imaging and Data Analysis Dates on Monday. 14.02.22, Wednesday. 16.02.22 - Thursday. 17.02.22 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 - Carsten Gießing
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.03.014 Current topics of retinal research Monday: 08:00 - 10:00, weekly (from 18/10/21)

Description:
Seminar - Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek
Martin Greschner
Dr. Christian Puller
Dr. Malte Ahlers
  • Bachelor
  • Master
6.03.213 Aktuelle Themen der Ethologie Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 06/12/21)
Tuesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 07/12/21)

Description:
Seminar - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Dr. Gesa Feenders
  • 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
6.02.260_Pneuro_2 Practical project 2 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Nadine Jacobsen
Joanna Elizabeth Mary Scanlon
  • Master
57.01.130 Histological techniques in Neuroanatomy and Immunohistochemistry (A 3-1) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
PhD students deepen their knowledge of current histological techniques that are used in neuroscience and train to use these techniques in their own research context. Orientiert an speziell ausgewählten oder auch selbstbestimmten Projekten erwerben die Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden umfangreiche Kenntnisse über die gängigen histologischen Techniken die in den Neurowissenschaften Anwendung finden und lernen, diese auf ihre eigenen Forschungsvorhaben anzuwenden. Des Weiteren soll die Bildbearbeitung für wissenschaftliche Publikationen anhand von Adobe Photoshop erlernt und vertieft werden. PhD students deepen their knowledge of current histological techniques that are used in neuroscience and train to use these techniques in their own research context. Orientiert an speziell ausgewählten oder auch selbstbestimmten Projekten erwerben die Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden umfangreiche Kenntnisse über die gängigen histologischen Techniken die in den Neurowissenschaften Anwendung finden und lernen, diese auf ihre eigenen Forschungsvorhaben anzuwenden. Des Weiteren soll die Bildbearbeitung für wissenschaftliche Publikationen anhand von Adobe Photoshop erlernt und vertieft werden.
Seminar - Dr. Christian Puller
  • Promotion
6.03.821 Journal Club: Regenerative Ophthalmology Thursday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 21/10/21)

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. In winter semester 2021/22, the topic will be regenerative ophthalmology with the focus on tissue engineering. 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. In winter semester 2021/22, the topic will be regenerative ophthalmology with the focus on tissue engineering.
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Sonja Mertsch
  • Master
6.04.131 Regenerative Medicine in Ophthalmology - Lecture/Seminar Dates on Thursday. 14.10.21 09:00 - 10:00, Monday. 14.02.22 - Friday. 18.02.22, Monday. 21.02.22 - Friday. 25.02.22 08:15 - 11:45
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Lecture - Dr. rer. nat. Sonja Mertsch
  • Master
6.02.260_Pappl_6 Practical project 6 - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Dr. rer. nat. Arkan Al-Zubaidi
  • Master
6.02.170_2_Gr1 EEG recording and analysis concepts (group 1) Monday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 06/12/21)

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.
Joanna Elizabeth Mary Scanlon
  • Master
6.02.260_Pbio_7 Practical project 7 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.02.260_Pappl_7 Practical project 7 - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
  • Master
6.04.150.003 Immunology - Pathomechanisms and new therapeutic concepts in neuroinflammatory and neurodegenerative diseases The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical part: In this module, the influence of agonists of the melanocortin-1 receptor (MC-1R) or the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) signal pathway on neuronal cells as well as immune cells will be investigated in primary cell cultures. Methodologically, mixed lymphocyte cultures, multicolor flow cytometry, various histological analyses, RNA extraction and quantitative real-time PCR will be used. The practical work will be performed mainly on primary mouse cells. Theoretical part (seminar): During the module the pathomechanisms of common CNS diseases (e.g., multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease) will be discussed in detail with a focus on the involvement of the immune system in the development as well as the progression of inflammatory and degenerative CNS diseases. At the same time, new therapeutic concepts will be discussed. Practical part: In this module, the influence of agonists of the melanocortin-1 receptor (MC-1R) or the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) signal pathway on neuronal cells as well as immune cells will be investigated in primary cell cultures. Methodologically, mixed lymphocyte cultures, multicolor flow cytometry, various histological analyses, RNA extraction and quantitative real-time PCR will be used. The practical work will be performed mainly on primary mouse cells. Theoretical part (seminar): During the module the pathomechanisms of common CNS diseases (e.g., multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease) will be discussed in detail with a focus on the involvement of the immune system in the development as well as the progression of inflammatory and degenerative CNS diseases. At the same time, new therapeutic concepts will be discussed.
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Nadine Mykicki
Prof. Dr. Karin Loser
  • Master
6.02.141_5 Magnetoencephalography Dates on Tuesday. 22.02.22 - Friday. 25.02.22 09:00 - 17:00
Description:
Please register until 28 January 2022 ! 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 Please register until 28 January 2022 ! 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
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6.02.260_Pbio_3 Practical project 3 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Dr. rer. nat. Jale Nur Özyurt
  • Master
6.02.181_1S Introduction to cognitive neuroscience Thursday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 09/12/21)

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Some 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 that will be implemented as soon as the room is known. Some 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 that will be implemented as soon as the room is known.
Seminar - Carsten Gießing
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.03.753 Animal Handling Course (Sept/Oct 2021) The course times are not decided yet.
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Exercises - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Dr. Ulrike Langemann
6.02.181_1L Introduction to cognitive neuroscience Dates on Wednesday. 16.02.22 08:00 - 10:00
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online, asynchronous (recorded lectures) online, asynchronous (recorded lectures)
Lecture - Carsten Gießing
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.03.006 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Biochemie der Signaltransduktion Wednesday: 09:00 - 11:00, weekly (from 17/11/21)
Dates on Wednesday. 06.10.21, Wednesday. 13.10.21, Wednesday. 20.10.21, Wednesday. 27.10.21, Wednesday. 03.11.21, Wednesday. 10.11.21, W ...(more)

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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
6.03.650 Computational Neuroscience: Invertebrate somatosensory system The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
  • Master
6.02.201_1 Clinical Neuropsychology Tuesday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 19/10/21)
Dates on Tuesday. 08.02.22 14:30 - 16:30

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34 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. 34 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 - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Martin Georg Bleichner
  • Promotion
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6.02.260_Pappl_2 Practical project 2 - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_7 Practical project 7 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Juan Felipe Quinones Sanchez
Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.03.686 Anatomy- Molecular pathophysiology and therapeutic applications in rare genetic diseases The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Dr. Gürkan Bal
  • Master
6.03.692 Neurocognitive Psychology The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
Carsten Gießing
Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Peter Sörös
Dr. rer. nat. Jale Nur Özyurt
Sebastian Puschmann
  • Master
57.01.191 A7 Hot Topics in Neurosensory Science and Systems Friday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 22/10/21)

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Seminar - Prof. Birger Kollmeier
  • Promotion
6.02.111_2_Gr2 analysis methods with R - group 2 online Wednesday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 20/10/21)

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The first 3 classes will take place as BBB sessions, the other classes online with R markdown tutorials and BBB Q&A sessions from 16-17h. The course is open for Neurocognitive Psychology and Neuroscience students. The first 3 classes will take place as BBB sessions, the other classes online with R markdown tutorials and BBB Q&A sessions from 16-17h. The course is open for Neurocognitive Psychology and Neuroscience students.
Seminar - Juan Felipe Quinones Sanchez
  • Master
6.02.260_Pappl_1 Practical project 1 - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
  • Master
6.02.mam_stat Academic Research in Psychological Statistics and Methods The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.03.243b Computational Neuroscience - Introduction (Exercises) Tuesday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 07/12/21)
Thursday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 09/12/21)
Dates on Monday. 13.12.21, Wednesday. 12.01.22, Wednesday. 19.01.22 14:15 - 15:45

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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
6.02.111_1L Multivariate statistics I Wednesday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 20/10/21)
Dates on Monday. 21.02.22 08:00 - 10:00

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hybrid 59 students can attend in presence, the others can watch the recoreded lectures online. For participation in presence, you need to register for each session you want to attend by signing up to the respective group. The class in only open for Neurocognitive Psychology, Neuroscience and PhD students, NOT for Biology students. hybrid 59 students can attend in presence, the others can watch the recoreded lectures online. For participation in presence, you need to register for each session you want to attend by signing up to the respective group. The class in only open for Neurocognitive Psychology, Neuroscience and PhD students, NOT for Biology students.
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Promotion
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6.03.013 Arbeitsgruppenseminar: Neurobiologie des Sehens Monday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 18/10/21)

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Seminar - Martin Greschner
Dr. Christian Puller
Dr. Malte Ahlers
  • Bachelor
  • Master
6.04.150.002 Ophthalmology – Molecular and cellular mechanisms in regenerative Medicine - Project 2 The course times are not decided yet.
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Please contact the lecturer for further information. Please contact the lecturer for further information.
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Sonja Mertsch
  • Master
6.02.251 Internship Friday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 29/10/21)
Dates on Friday. 12.11.21, Friday. 10.12.21, Friday. 14.01.22 08:15 - 09:45

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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
6.03.665 Auditory Perception - Physiology & Modeling The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Prof. Dr. Mathias Dietz
  • Master
6.02.260_Pappl_3 Practical project 3 - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
  • Master
6.02.260_Pappl_5 Practical project 5 - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Leo Michalke
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat Practical project - Psychological Methods and Statistics Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 18/10/21)

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presence presence
Seminar - Merle Marek
  • Master
6.02.150_1L Neurobiological basis of psychiatric disorders and psychopharmacological intervention Monday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 06/12/21)
Thursday: 08:15 - 09:45, weekly (from 09/12/21)
Dates on Friday. 18.02.22 13:00 - 15:00

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presence presence
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
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6.03.661B Neurogenetics - Evolution of the auditory system - project B The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Lena Ebbers
  • Master
6.02.mam_exp Academic Research in Experimental Psychology The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
  • Master
6.03.282 Research Techniques in Neuroscience Dates on Thursday. 24.02.22 - Friday. 25.02.22, Monday. 07.03.22 - Friday. 11.03.22 12:15 - 17:00
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Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Anna-Maria Hartmann
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
Martin Greschner
Dr. Christian Puller
Prof. Dr. Dr. René Hurlemann
Dr. Carsten Bantel, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. John Neidhardt
  • Master
6.02.009 Academic Writing workshop for Neurocognitive Psychology students The course times are not decided yet.
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The Department for Psychology is pleased to again be able to offer writing support to master students close to completing their thesis and with a level of English of at least B2/C1 (CEFR). While the coronavirus pandemic still makes it difficult to plan, the Academic Writing Course is currently planned as a hybrid face-to-face / distant teaching event [status 15.11.2021]: Friday, 04.02.2022 one-day workshop (10:00-13:15 & 14:00-17:15); face-to-face teaching at the University of Oldenburg Please note that as a minimum the 3G rule (vaccinated, recovered or negatively tested) applies for the workshop! February/March/April/May/June two personal writing support appointments of 60 minutes each per workshop participant; by e-mail, online (Zoom), or by telephone (national calls only); exact dates/times to be confirmed at the workshop Should it not be possible to run the workshop after all, because of restrictions placed upon the university because of the coronavirus pandemic, each fully registered participant will be offered a third personal writing support appointment of 60 minutes and personalized self-study materials instead. Please note: [1] To fully register, please register on Stud.IP AND (a) send 1-2 pages of text produced recently (ideally from the master thesis, otherwise from another recent assignment) and (b) an indication of when the thesis is planned to be submitted to Dr Uta Protz at uta.protz@eui.eu. Only complete registrations will be processed. The deadline for registration on Stud.IP and the submission of text and the planned submission date is Friday, 14 January 2022 at 5.00 pm. [2] Personal writing support appointments are available only to those who have fully registered (see above) and who have participated in the one-day workshop. Maximum number of participants: 10 Places are thus limited … and will be allocated according to the quality of text submitted, study schedule / planned date of thesis submission, and time of registration. [It is anticipated that another Academic Writing course will be offered in the summer semester of 2022 (workshop on Friday, 22.07.2022; personal writing support appointments in September and October (no teaching in August)]. The Department for Psychology is pleased to again be able to offer writing support to master students close to completing their thesis and with a level of English of at least B2/C1 (CEFR). While the coronavirus pandemic still makes it difficult to plan, the Academic Writing Course is currently planned as a hybrid face-to-face / distant teaching event [status 15.11.2021]: Friday, 04.02.2022 one-day workshop (10:00-13:15 & 14:00-17:15); face-to-face teaching at the University of Oldenburg Please note that as a minimum the 3G rule (vaccinated, recovered or negatively tested) applies for the workshop! February/March/April/May/June two personal writing support appointments of 60 minutes each per workshop participant; by e-mail, online (Zoom), or by telephone (national calls only); exact dates/times to be confirmed at the workshop Should it not be possible to run the workshop after all, because of restrictions placed upon the university because of the coronavirus pandemic, each fully registered participant will be offered a third personal writing support appointment of 60 minutes and personalized self-study materials instead. Please note: [1] To fully register, please register on Stud.IP AND (a) send 1-2 pages of text produced recently (ideally from the master thesis, otherwise from another recent assignment) and (b) an indication of when the thesis is planned to be submitted to Dr Uta Protz at uta.protz@eui.eu. Only complete registrations will be processed. The deadline for registration on Stud.IP and the submission of text and the planned submission date is Friday, 14 January 2022 at 5.00 pm. [2] Personal writing support appointments are available only to those who have fully registered (see above) and who have participated in the one-day workshop. Maximum number of participants: 10 Places are thus limited … and will be allocated according to the quality of text submitted, study schedule / planned date of thesis submission, and time of registration. [It is anticipated that another Academic Writing course will be offered in the summer semester of 2022 (workshop on Friday, 22.07.2022; personal writing support appointments in September and October (no teaching in August)].
Workshop - Dr. Uta Protz
6.02.260_Pneuro_5 Practical project 5 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - M. Sc. Marc Rosenkranz
Martin Georg Bleichner
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro_3 Practical project 3 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Joanna Elizabeth Mary Scanlon
Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Nadine Jacobsen
  • Master
6.04.161 External Research Project 1 The course times are not decided yet.
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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
6.02.260_Pbio_8 Practical project 8 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.02.260_Pstat_4 Practical project 4 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
Inka Kuhlmann
  • Master
6.03.281 Research Techniques in Neuroscience Dates on Tuesday. 22.02.22 - Friday. 25.02.22, Monday. 28.02.22 - Friday. 04.03.22, Monday. 07.03.22 - Wednesday. 09.03.22 10:15 - 11:45, Friday. 08.04.22 10:00 - 12:00
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Lecture - Dr. rer. nat. Anna-Maria Hartmann
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
Martin Greschner
Dr. Christian Puller
Prof. Dr. Dr. René Hurlemann
Dr. Carsten Bantel, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. John Neidhardt
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.03.651 Computational Neuroscience: Modeling & data analysis The course times are not decided yet.
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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
6.02.003 Masters colloquium Monday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 18/10/21)

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online If you are from an other study program, please contact the teacher online If you are from an other study program, please contact the teacher
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.260_Pbio_6 Practical project 6 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.03.241 Computational Neuroscience - Introduction (Lecture) Monday: 09:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 06/12/21)
Tuesday: 09:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 07/12/21)
Wednesday: 09:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 08/12/21)
Thursday: 09:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 09/12/21)
Friday: 09:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 10/12/21)

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
6.02.130_2 Psychological colloquium Thursday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 21/10/21)

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
6.02.190_1 Introduction to the study of sex differences Tuesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 19/10/21)

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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
6.02.170_2_Gr2 EEG recording and analysis concepts (group 2) Monday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 06/12/21)

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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.
Joanna Elizabeth Mary Scanlon
  • Master
6.04.193 Journal Club: Molecular Neuroscience Tuesday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 19/10/21)
Dates on Thursday. 14.10.21 10:00 - 11:00

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Please select one Journal Club Please select one Journal Club
Seminar 2 Andriana Gialeli
  • 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
6.02.260_Pbio_2 Practical project 2 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.02.170_2_Gr3 EEG recording and analysis concepts (group 3) Monday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 06/12/21)

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lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option! lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option!
Seminar - Dr. Florian Kasten
Jill von Von Conta
  • Master
6.02.190_2 Sex, brain and behavior Thursday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 21/10/21)

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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_1 Practical project 1 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
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Practical training - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.01.56209j Forschungskolloquium: Humangenetik der neurosensorischen und neuronalen Erkrankungen The course times are not decided yet.
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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
  • Staatsexamen
6.03.752_A Laboratory Animal Science, Rodent (Sept/Oct 2021) The course times are not decided yet.
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Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Dr. rer. nat. Lena Ebbers
Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.03.613 Human Genetics - Exploration of rare monogenic brain malformations in children using high-throughput and classical sequencing techniques The course times are not decided yet.
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Seminar - Dr. Marta Owczarek-Lipska
  • Master
6.03.676 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
6.02.170_1 Neurophysiology and Neuroanatomy Monday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 18/10/21)

Description:
22 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. 22 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 - Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_5 Practical project 5 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. Heiko Stecher
Dr. Florian Kasten
  • Master
6.03.243a Computational Neuroscience - Introduction (Exercises) Tuesday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 07/12/21)
Thursday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 09/12/21)

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_Pbio_9 Practical project 9 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Master
6.03.621 Animal Physiology & Behaviour: Modeling the auditory system The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Die Veranstaltung findet online (synchron) statt. Die Veranstaltung findet online (synchron) statt.
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Georg Martin Klump
  • 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
Merle Marek
Juan Felipe Quinones Sanchez
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_6 Practical project 6 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. Heiko Stecher
  • Master
6.02.002 Masters colloquium Monday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 18/10/21), Location: A07 0-031, A14 1-112, (Online) (+1 more)

Description:
Hybrid 19 can be in presence, rest online If you are from an other study program, please contact the teacher Hybrid 19 can be in presence, rest online If you are from an other study program, please contact the teacher
Colloquium - Carsten Gießing
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
  • Promotion
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6.02.130_1_Gr2 Communication of scientific results - group 2 online Wednesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 20/10/21)

Description:
This seminar will be taught online! Students who want to participate in presence can take part in group 1 which will be taught at the university! This seminar will be taught online! Students who want to participate in presence can take part in group 1 which will be taught at the university!
Seminar - Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
  • Master
6.03.012 Abteilungsseminar "Cochlea und Hirnstammphysiologie" Wednesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 20/10/21), Location: W04 1-162
Dates on Wednesday. 06.10.21 12:30 - 14:00, Wednesday. 13.10.21, Wednesday. 09.02.22, Wednesday. 16.02.22, Wednesday. 23.02.22, Wednesd ...(more), Location: W04 1-162, W04 1-171, ((online/synchron))

Description:
Seminar 2 Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Dr. rer. nat. Ulrike Sienknecht
Ph.D. Amarins Nieske Heeringa
Prof. Geoffrey Allen Manley, Ph.D.
  • Bachelor
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro_4 Practical project 4 - Neuropsychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Arnd Meiser
Martin Georg Bleichner
  • Master
6.02.170_2_Gr4 EEG recording and analysis concepts (group 4) Monday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 06/12/21)

Description:
lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option! lab course EEG (Neurophysiology part 2) no online option!
Seminar - Dr. Florian Kasten
Jill von Von Conta
  • Master
6.03.699 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
6.03.755_A Laboratory Animal Science, Rodent (Jan/Feb 2022) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Dr. rer. nat. Lena Ebbers
Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.001 Introductory Course Statistics Friday: 12:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 22/10/21)

Description:
Hybrid 59 students can attend in presence (3G), 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. 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 Hybrid 59 students can attend in presence (3G), 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. 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
Practical course - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • 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
6.02.260_Pstat_5 Practical project 5 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
Tuo Liu
  • Master
6.02.005 Masters colloquium Monday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 18/10/21)

Description:
online If you are from an other study program, please contact the teacher online If you are from an other study program, please contact the teacher
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. habil. Christoph Siegfried Herrmann, Dipl.-Ing.
  • Promotion
  • 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.
Dr. rer. nat. Manuela Jäger
Dr. Bojana Mirkovic
Björn Holtze
  • Master
6.03.781 Introduction to data analysis with Python Dates on Monday. 07.02.22 - Thursday. 10.02.22, Monday. 14.02.22 - Thursday. 17.02.22 08:15 - 15:45
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
6.02.210_2 (Neuro) Cognitive Psychology in the wild II Tuesday: 10:15 - 11:45, weekly (from 19/10/21)

Description:
in presence only with no additional online option in presence only with no additional online option
Seminar - Dr. Anirudh Unni
  • 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
Merle Marek
  • Master
6.03.680 Neurosensorics - Vertebrate retina: Immunohistochemistry, intracellular dye injections, microscopy and image analysis The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
gemeinsame Vorbesprechung mit allen Research Module Anbietern in der Woche vor Sommersemester-Beginn (siehe Info-Gruppe des Studiengangs Neuroscience: https://elearning.uni-oldenburg.de/dispatch.php/course/details?sem_id=97e03f9766f14bbfcfea99fc853251af) gemeinsame Vorbesprechung mit allen Research Module Anbietern in der Woche vor Sommersemester-Beginn (siehe Info-Gruppe des Studiengangs Neuroscience: https://elearning.uni-oldenburg.de/dispatch.php/course/details?sem_id=97e03f9766f14bbfcfea99fc853251af)
Seminar - Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_4 Practical project 4 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - MS Maren Weil
  • Master
6.02.260_Pneuro Practical project - Neuropsychologie Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 18/10/21)

Description:
presence presence
Seminar - Martin Georg Bleichner
Prof. Dr. Stefan Debener, Dipl.-Psych.
Nadine Jacobsen
  • Master
6.02.006 Masters colloquium Thursday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 21/10/21)

Description:
online If you are from an other study program, please contact the teacher online If you are from an other study program, please contact the teacher
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.04.150.005 Immunology - Environmental mimetics in neurodegenerative diseases The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical part: In this module, the efficacy of environmental mimetics in a model system of multiple sclerosis will be investigated. Methodologically, a mouse model system of multiple sclerosis mixed, multicolor flow cytometry, various histological analyses, RNA extraction and quantitative real-time PCR will be used. The practical work will be performed mainly on primary mouse cells. Theoretical part (seminar): During the module the pathomechanisms of common CNS diseases (e.g., multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease) will be discussed in detail with a focus on the involvement of the immune system in the development as well as the progression of inflammatory and degenerative CNS diseases. At the same time, the relevance of environmental factors on these diseases will be discussed as well as the possibilities of environmental mimetic as therapeutic concepts. Practical part: In this module, the efficacy of environmental mimetics in a model system of multiple sclerosis will be investigated. Methodologically, a mouse model system of multiple sclerosis mixed, multicolor flow cytometry, various histological analyses, RNA extraction and quantitative real-time PCR will be used. The practical work will be performed mainly on primary mouse cells. Theoretical part (seminar): During the module the pathomechanisms of common CNS diseases (e.g., multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease) will be discussed in detail with a focus on the involvement of the immune system in the development as well as the progression of inflammatory and degenerative CNS diseases. At the same time, the relevance of environmental factors on these diseases will be discussed as well as the possibilities of environmental mimetic as therapeutic concepts.
Seminar - Dr. rer. nat. Nadine Mykicki
Prof. Dr. Karin Loser
  • 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
6.02.260_Pbio Practical project - Biologische Psychologie Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 18/10/21)

Description:
presence presence
Seminar - Sebastian Puschmann
Prof. Dr. Christiane Margarete Thiel
Dr. rer. nat. Jale Nur Özyurt
Carsten Gießing
  • Master
6.03.756 Animal Handling Course (Jan/Feb 2022) Dates on Thursday. 13.01.22, Thursday. 20.01.22, Thursday. 27.01.22, Thursday. 03.02.22 18:15 - 19:45, Monday. 07.02.22 - Wednesday. 09 ...(more)
Description:
Exercises - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Dr. Ulrike Langemann
6.03.013a Abteilung "Neurobiologie des Sehens" - Praxismodul The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Martin Greschner
Dr. Christian Puller
  • Bachelor
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
6.03.690 Computational Audition - Statistical data analysis The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr Jörn Anemüller
  • Master
6.02.240_T Introduction to scientific programming Tutorial Wednesday: 14:15 - 15:45, weekly (from 20/10/21)

Description:
maybe only in presence maybe only in presence
Tutorial - Dr. Heiko Stecher
Jill von Von Conta
  • Master
6.03.002 Introductory course Neurobiology The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Lecture - Dr. Christian Puller
6.02.260_Pexp Practical project - Allgemeine Psychologie Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 18/10/21)

Description:
presence presence
Seminar - Dr. Florian Kasten
  • 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
Merle Marek
Juan Felipe Quinones Sanchez
  • Master
6.03.755_C Laboratory Animal Science, Fish (Jan/Feb 2022) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Prof. Dr. Arne Nolte
Prof. Dr. Michael Winklhofer
Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek
  • Promotion
  • 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
6.03.015a Abteilung "Computational Neuroscience" - Praxismodul The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Jutta Kretzberg
Fiona Teske
Jens-Steffen Scherer
  • Bachelor
6.02.260_Pappl Practical project - Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie Monday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 18/10/21)

Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
  • Master
6.03.752_B Laboratory Animal Science, Bird (Sep/Oct 2021) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Dr. Dominik Heyers
PD Dr. Heiko Schmaljohann
  • Promotion
  • 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
6.03.691 Neurocognition and functional neurorehabilitation The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Dr. Cornelia Kranczioch-Debener
  • Master
6.03.754 Laboratory Animal Science, Theory (Jan/Feb 2022) Dates on Thursday. 13.01.22, Thursday. 20.01.22, Thursday. 27.01.22, Thursday. 03.02.22 18:15 - 19:45, Monday. 07.02.22 - Wednesday. 09 ...(more), Location: W01 0-008 (Rechnerraum), W04 1-171, ((online)) (+1 more)
Description:
Exercises - Prof. Dr. Christine Köppl
Dr. Ulrike Langemann
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.004 Masters colloquium Monday: 10:00 - 12:00, weekly (from 18/10/21)

Description:
If you are from an other study program, please contact the teacher If you are from an other study program, please contact the teacher
Colloquium - Prof. Dr. Jochem Rieger
  • Promotion
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_7 Practical project 7 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. Heiko Stecher
Dr. Florian Kasten
  • Master
6.03.671 Visual Neuroscience - Physiology / Data analysis The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Martin Greschner
Dr. Christian Puller
Dr. Malte Ahlers
  • 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_Pstat_8 Practical project 8 - Psychological Methods and Statistics The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.02.260_Pbio_4 Practical project 4 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. rer. nat. Jale Nur Özyurt
  • Master
6.02.260_Pexp_3 Practical project 3 - Experimentelle Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Dr. Sreekari Vogeti, Ph.D.
  • Master
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
6.04.192 Journal Club: Epigenetics Tuesday: 16:15 - 17:45, weekly (from 19/10/21)
Dates on Thursday. 14.10.21 10:00 - 11:00

Description:
Please select one Journal Club Please select one Journal Club
Seminar 2 Dr. Esther Christine Maier
  • Master
6.02.121_2 Test theory and test construction Thursday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 21/10/21)

Description:
hybrid 59 students can attend in presence (3G), the others can watch recorded lectures. For participation in presence, you need to register for each session you want to attend by signing up to the respective group. hybrid 59 students can attend in presence (3G), the others can watch recorded lectures. For participation in presence, you need to register for each session you want to attend by signing up to the respective group.
Lecture - Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt
  • Master
6.03.752_C Laboratory Animal Science, Fish (Sep/Oct 2021) The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Exercises - Dr. Ulrike Langemann
Prof. Dr. Michael Winklhofer
Prof. Dr. Arne Nolte
Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek
  • Promotion
  • 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
6.03.006a 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
6.03.001 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
6.03.810 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
6.03.685 Anatomy - Molecular and cellular mechanisms of neuronal differentiation The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Seminar - Prof. Dr. Anja Bräuer
  • Master
6.02.260_Pbio_5 Practical project 5 - Biologische Psychologie The course times are not decided yet.
Description:
Practical training - Sebastian Puschmann
  • Master
6.02.240_1 Introduction to scientific programming I Tuesday: 12:15 - 13:45, weekly (from 19/10/21)

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
Jill von Von Conta
  • Master
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
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