Dr. Anika Pützer talks about the sense of smell.
Prof. Dr. med. Henrik Kessler talks about new approaches in trauma therapy.
Prof. Dr. Annette Kluge explains why forgetting can be useful in the work context.
Juniorprof. Dr. Andreas Reiner talks about how signal transmission between nerve cells works.
Dr. Christian Klaes talks about how Brain-Computer Interfaces could give paralyzed patients more autonomy.
Dr. rer. nat. Roland Pusch talks about how the brain overwrites old information with new ones.
Dr. Vanessa Lux talks about the question if stress can alter the genome.
Dr Wanda Gerding will talk about her work in the Diagnostic Laboratory of the Department of Human Genetics at RUB.
Dr Lorena Deuker talks about a good night's sleep.
On 20th of February Prof. Dr. Dietmar Fischer talks about nerve damage.
Dr Lara Schlaffke will talk about the way playing the drums alters the brain.
PD Dr Patrizia Thoma will talk about the effects of alcohol dependency on interpersonal relationships.
Right on time for Halloween Dr. Stefanie Borowy gives a talk about Zombie Brains.
Prof. Dr. Lars Tönges will talk about Parkinson's disease and new treatments.
Dr. Jacqueline Reinhard will talk about risk factors for glaucoma development.
Prof. Dr Daniel Hahn talks about the interaction between brain and muscles: "Does physical activity improve your brain?"
Lukas Brand analyses how artificial intelligence and moral behaviour go together.
Prof. Dr. Nikol Rummel answers the question if mistakes should be avoided in learning or not.
PD Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Thorsten Müller discusses new approaches in Alzheimer´s research.
Dr. Gerd Waldhauser discusses the problems of "Remembering Unintentionally and Forgetting Deliberately".
Prof. Dr. Georg Juckel speaks on "Inflammation in the brain – How does it affect our mental health?
PD Dr. Kerstin Hellwig speaks on special aspects of Multiple Sclerosis in women.
Alexa Nossek speaks on the brain death criterion.
Dr. Ida Siveke speaks on echo perception in the brain.
Dr. Fabian Schönfeld invites you to a journey through theoretical brain research.
Prof. Martin Brüne speaks about mental disorders in animals and how we can measure them scientifically.
Dr. Erhan Genc speaks about intelligence and how we could measure it for research.
Prof. Dr. Nikolai Axmacher talks abut forgetting.
Prof. Dr. Monika Hasenbring presents a concept against chronic back pain.
Prof. Dr. Eva Belke talks about the process of finding words.
Prof. Dr. Boris Schiffer provides an overview of the current state of knowledge about how sexual interests or preference patterns develop in the brain.
Anne Golisch presents a research project on the Internet phenomenon "The Dress".
Dr. Angelika Dierolf speaks about the connection between stress and aggression.
Prof. Dr. med. Ulf Eysel explains how the brain corrects the errors in the eye.
PD Dr. Stefanie Joachim explains the importance of the immune system for the formation of glaucoma.
PD Dr. Sebastian Ocklenburg clears up rumors about left-handers.
PD Dr. Hubert Dinse talks about the question: What happens to our brain when we grow old?
Prof. Dr. Konstanze F. Winklhofer talks about the genetic components of neurodegenerative diseases.
M. Sc. Biol. Anika Hunfeld explains how migraines differ from other headaches.
Prof. Dr. med. Carsten Lukas gives an insight into everyday MS diagnostics in neuroradiology.
Dr. Sabine Seehagen gives an overview of recent research findings on the role of sleep for learning and memorizing in the first year of life.
Dr. Patrizia Thoma speaks about the connection between mental disorders and problems in social interaction.
Dr. Gunda Werner and Prof. Dr. Dr. Theodor Payk talk about "evil" in humans.
Dr. Martin Pyka shows parallels between the evolution of the brain and the development of culture and science.
Prof. Dr. Boris Suchan presents a new guidebook and answers questions of our guests.
Dr med. Matthias Sczesny-Kaiser explains how training with a robot suits influences the nervous system.
Prof. Dr. Ulf Eysel talks about the brain's ability to change and adapt even in adulthood.
Prof. Dr. Simon Ebbinghaus will travel through time to see how information storage has evolved in living organisms.
Dr. Olivia Masseck presents the research opportunities of optogenetics.
Dr. med. Philipp Stude talks about the long history of headache research.
Prof. Dr. Robert Kumsta gives an overview of the long-term psychological consequences of early childhood home experience.
Dr. med. Gisa Ellrichmann talks about explanations for the development and about the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
PD Dr. Hubert Dinse talks about the effects of passive sensory stimulation of the sense of touch.
Prof. Dr. Tobias Schlicht takes a look on this special kind of neurones.
Prof. Dr. Silvia Schneider talks about psychological diseases in children and young adults.
Dr. Marlies Pinnow explains which areas of the brain are related to different concentration performances.
Prof. Dr. Boris Suchan gives insights into neuroscientific research in anorexia nervosa.
Prof. Dr. Sen Cheng explains what the brain does while we are sleeping.
Prof. Dr. Irmgard Dietzel-Meyer explains the biophysical processes, which determine the speed of neurons responding to environmental stimuli.
Prof. Dr. Uwe Schlegel explains modern approaches to brain tumor therapy.
PD Dr. Dirk Jancke will give insights into the complex processes of neuronal activities and information processing.
PD Dr. Lars Schwabe explains how stress influences learning.
Prof. Dr. Denise Manahan-Vaughan explains the physiology of memory formation.
Prof. Dr. Andreas Faissner talks about the controversial topic of stem sell Research.
Dipl. Phys. Sebastian Thomas Philipp shows how meditation and neuroscience fit together.
Prof. Dr. Jörg T. Epplen talks about the research on hereditary diseases of dogs.
PD Dr. Martina Manns will examine the question of where our two halves of the brain differ and how this contributes to the development of a concept of self
Prof. Dr. Stefan Herlitze explains the principles and the development of optogenetic technologies.
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Margraf will outline current research of positive emotions.
Prof. Dr. Lars Kuchinke gives insights into current research of perception of aesthetic objects.
Dr. med Andrea Epplen investigates the genetic causes of diseases.
Prof. Dr. Martin Brüne explains: Our behavior is by no means always rational.
Prof. Dr. Petra Wahle talks about the development of the central nervous system.
Dr. Julia Weiler, Neuropsychology, Faculty of Psychology
Dr. Christian Beste, Biopsychology, Faculty of Psychology
Prof. Dr. Laurenz Wiskott, Institut for Neuroinformatics
Dr. Oliver Höffken, M.A., Neurological University Hospital Bergmannsheil, Faculty of Medicine
Dr. Christian Bellebaum, Neuropsychology, Faculty of Psychology
Prof. Dr. Klaus Funke, Neurophysiology, Faculty of Medicine
Dr. Christian Merz, Cognitive Psychology, Faculty of Psychology
PD Dr. Boris Suchan, Neuropsychology, Faculty of Psychology
Dr. Verena Aliane, Experimental Neurophysiology, Faculty of Medicine
Jan-Christoph Kattenstroth, Institute of Neuroinformatics
Dr. Nora Prochnow, Institute of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine