IN THE SPOTLIGHT

A Warehouse for Neuroscience

Benjamin Ineichen, group leader at the Center for Reproducible Science at the University of Zurich, will lead the project “Advancing 3R – Animals, Research and Society” from the National Research Program 79. He will establish a data warehouse [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

  • Axolotl salamanders are amphibians that have the astonishing capacity to regenerate its brain after a large section is being removed. However, it has been unclear how [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

  • … and I’ll tell you who you are. One driving force behind human individuality is individual experience, which shapes our behavior and the neural underpinnings of [...]

NEW MEMBERS

  • We are proud to welcome our new members. Read on to learn about the research expertise they contribute to our community. Prof. Catherine Jutzeler, Group Leader Institute for [...]

SERVICES

  • The iPSC Platform for Neuropsychiatry of the European College for Neuropsycho- pharmacology (ECNP) established in 2019 and chaired by Edna Grünblatt, is running free of [...]

PUBLICATIONS

  • Read here about recent papers published by members of the Neuroscience Center Zurich. Human neural progenitors establish a diffusion barrier in the endoplasmic reticulum [...]

EVENTS

  • The Annual Symposium on 16 September 2022 counted 270 visitors and featured 103 posters, a variety of talks by new members and plenary lectures by Guy Rouleau and Beth [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

RESEARCH NEWS

  • The human brain is one of the most complex objects we know. However, in the event of injury or disease, the brain has very limited intrinsic regenerative capacity. Stem [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

EVENTS

  • Unfortunately, sexist comments appear regularly in female PhD candidates’ careers. Even if women react to them differently, they share the similar experiences of [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

  • ZNZ’s partnership with the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) funded two new joint pilot projects, which have been launched last September. The following two [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

  • During childhood and adolescence, fundamental neural restructuring processes take place and thus represent a critical phase of the human lifespan. A substantial body of [...]

November 2022

SERVICES

  • The ZNZ has implemented a new specialized Master’s in Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences.The Program is offered jointly by UZH and ETH Zurich. In the fall semester 2022, the [...]

SERVICES

  • At the ZNZ General Assembly of the group leaders on 15 September 2022, the new Steering Committee was confirmed. Six members were re-elected and three members are new. Armin [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

  • Neuroscience currently requires the use of antibodies to study synaptic proteins, where antibody binding is used as a correlate to define the presence, plasticity, and [...]

VIDEOS

  • We congratulate Paulin Jirkof, Felix Scholkmann and Ulrich Hemmeter on their inaugural lectures. On September 24, Paulin Jirkof talked about whether animal welfare and animal [...]

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