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Education & Training

Lectures, Seminars and Events

Neurosciences seminar series

every 4 weeks, 5pm

Location: Library of the Neurological Clinic (House 8, Level 3, Room 1)
Prof. Dr. Michael Platten

Scientific Colloquium (WK) and Graduate School (GRK 2350)

Tuesday, weekly, 12.15pm - 1pm
Location: CIMH, Large Lecture Hall
Prof. Dr. A. Meyer-Lindenberg, PD Dr. Melanie Fritz, Nicola Gerth

IZN Seminars & Neurobiology Lectures / Concepts Talks

Wednesdays, 1pm, as Webinar during Corona regulations
The IZN Seminars and the IZN Neurobiology Lectures / Concepts Talks are alternating
Dr. Otto Bräunling braeunling@remove-this.nbio.uni-heidelberg.de

For detailed information visit IZN

Pruritussymposium | Young Scientist Research Day | Gender Equality Day FOR 2690

FOR 2690
annually
Location: Alte Brauerei
Prof. Dr. Martin Schmelz

Interdisciplinary Pain Meeting

every 2 months, Wednesday, 5pm-6.30pm
Location: The pain conferences are held alternately at the Heidelberg and Mannheim Pain Centers. For detailed information visit University Clinic Heidelberg.
Prof. Dr. Justus Benrath

Psychedelic Research Club

Weekly, Monday 12-1pm
ZI, Laborgebäude, 4 OG, Seminarraum 4.20
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Gründer, Prof. Dr. Rainer Spanagel, Lea Mertens, M. Sc.

Computational Statistics 

Wednesday, weekly virtual lecture and exercises series
Prof. Dr. Daniel Durstewitz

Time Series Analysis & Recurrent Neural Networks

Wednesday, 11am –13pm (lecture), 14pm – 16pm (exercises)
Location: Heidelberg, INF 227, seminar room (SR) 2 403
Prof. Dr. Daniel Durstewitz

Visit the Education website of CIMH and select the drop-down menu 'For Physics, Mathematicsa nd Computer science students' for course details and up-to date information about the lectures. 

Labmeeting Psychopharmacology

Monday, weekly, 10.30am
ZI, Laborgebäude, 4 OG, Seminarraum 4.20
Prof. Dr. Rainer Spanagel; Prof. Dr. Valery Grinevich

Joint scientific meeting with Clinic for Addiction

Wednesday, 1pm
ZI, 4. OG Suchtzentrum (Hans-Martini-Saal)
Prof. Dr. Rainer Spanagel, Prof. Dr. Falk Kiefer

matlab and statistical parametric mapping (SPM) courses

The SPM12 basic course is designed for beginners with little experience in fMRI data analysis. The emphasis is on practical application of the software. Data for analysis will be provided. Your own data are welcome. The SPM12 basic course will take place if at least 5 people register for it (Traute.demirakca@remove-this.zi-mannheim.de). The duration of the course will be approximately 6 to 8 hours. Possible date is in November 2021.

matlab: tbd

Location: ZIPP, Central Institute of Mental Health
Prof. Dr. Gabriele Ende

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