CRC 1080 Events
In addition to the following past events, the members and associated members of the CRC1080 also have access to a great variety of neuroscience research topics that are covered by up to 12 different seminar series in the Rhine-Main area. Lectures offered in Mainz, Frankfurt and Darmstadt during the semester include:
ICNF in Frankfurt -Kolloquium im “Blauen Turm” (link)
FTN SeminarSeries Mainz (link)
Colloquium Institute of Cell Biology and Neuroscience (Frankfurt) (link)
Ernst Strüngmann Lectures in Frankfurt (link)
Neuroscience Lectures Series at MPI for Brain Research Campus Riedberg-Frankfurt (link)
Lecture Series at MPI for Empirical Aesthetics Campus Westend-Frankfurt (link)
Lectures at the Clinic for Psychiatry, Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy in Frankfurt (link)
WISSENSCHAFTSKONFERENZ der Klinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie in Mainz (link)
Pharmazentrum Frankfurt (link)
FIAS Colloquium/FIAS Seminar in Frankfurt (link)
Brain Imaging Center in Frankfurt (link)
Centre for Cognitive Science TU Darmstadt (link)
rmn² 6th Biennial meeting | 24-26 June 2020
Genome Engineering in Zebrafish | June 2017
This international workshop on genome engineering in zebrafish - which included talks and guidance from internationally renowned scientists in the field - was hosted by Amparo Acker-Palmer and Erin Schuman from the CRC 1080 at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research. Programme here.
On-site visit from the DFG | August 2016
This event was the culmination of the efforts and advances of the past four years. The on-site visit saw our project leaders making their pitch for further funding based on the successes of the 2013-2016 funding period and their well-laid out plans for 2017-2020.
International Symposium | October 2015
Feedback from October’s international symposium was incredibly positive. This was – in no short measure – due to our securing of a number of internationally outstanding colleagues (including Eve Marder) as guest speakers. Programme here.
rmn² 3rd Biennial meeting | June 2014
The 3rd Biennial Meeting, which took place in June 2014 in Oberwesel, proved to be an inspiring event for the rmn2 Neuroscience Community. The event was heavily attended by 1080 project leaders and their scientific support staff with feedback being extremely positive.
Autumn Retreat | October 2013
Following on from a strong start to our first year together, the 1080 held an “Autumn Retreat” for our CRC members and associated parties, as an opportunity for our project leaders to share their results and for us to explore some of the themes presented. Programme here.
Inauguration Event | March 2013
March 2013 saw the CRC 1080 hold its first official event bringing together all of those involved with the collaborative research centre. The event was hosted by Erin Schuman at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt. Programme here.