IN THE SPOTLIGHT

In the Loop for Walking Well Again

Walking is a central part of independent living. Neurological causes, such as stroke or Parkinson’s disease, can substantially impair gait and mobility. This affects our quality of life, as many studies have shown. In precision rehabilitation, [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

  • Transcranial electrical stimulation techniques are widely used to regulate brain function and behavior. However, due to low reproducibility of various studies, the efficacy [...]

SERVICES

  • The ZNZ Newsletter wants to develop further. We would like to know from you where the journey could go. What topics are you missing, what would you like to see more of? Vote [...]

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NEW MEMBERS

  • We welcome the newest members to the ZNZ. With knowledge, experience and a curious mind, they will certainly contribute to new insights in neuroscience. Prof. [...]

EVENTS

  • Last month, a new documentary about fear has started in Zurich cinemas. Amongst several experts from neuroscience, psychology and politics, Lutz Jäncke explains the [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

RESEARCH NEWS

VIDEOS

  • We congratulate Oliver Gero Bosch on his habilitation. The researcher from the Department of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics at the Psychiatric [...]

PUBLICATIONS

  • Read here about recent papers published by members of the Neuroscience Center Zurich. Synaptic FUS accumulation triggers early misregulation of synaptic RNAs in a mouse model [...]

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June 2021

A CLOSER LOOK

  • Currently 50 million people worldwide suffer from Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other forms of dementia, with this number expected to increase. It has been more than a [...]

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  • Prof. Catherine Dulac is a world-renowned scientist and made a number of seminal discoveries underlying the neurobiology of social behavior. Recently, she identified how the [...]

SERVICES

  • The Swiss Society for Neuroscience prepares for the challenges and opportunities ahead. The new president-elect of the Society, Prof. Valerio Mante of the Institute of [...]

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