Neuroanatomy for PhD students in the natural sciences

02. September 2021

Preparation course

02 September (9:00 am - 5:00 pm) and 03 September (8:00 am - 10:45 am) 2021

Institute of Anatomy

For the development and understanding of one's own neuroscientific projects, a sound knowledge of the structure of the brain is of particular importance. We therefore offer all interested scientists, but especially doctoral students in the natural sciences, advanced neuroanatomical training. We conducted this course with 33 participants as early as 2019 and received a lot of positive feedback afterwards.

As part of the two-day course, we will use the human preparation to explain how the human brain is structured and which regions are affected by various neuronal diseases such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Preparation and demonstration takes place in small groups on plastinates and fixed human brains. In addition, we use the latest 3D projector technology in order to be able to convey the anatomy of very small structures.

Registration until 15 August 2021 at

Program information.