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When Memory Becomes a Burden

A violent assault or a car accident – traumatic events in the past could affect your present and future health. They can trigger emotional and even physical reactions that make you more prone to a number of different mental health conditions. The [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

  • When prescription opioids are used over a longer period for medical or non-medical purposes, it can have consequences on brain and behavior. Sara Kroll and Boris Quednow from [...]

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. Dr. [...]

VIDEOS

  • The 10th Annual Les Turner Symposium on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) featured presentations from leading clinicians and researchers in the field. In her presentation, [...]

EVENTS

  • Under the title “The Brain in Times of the Pandemic”, the program of the BrainFair 2021 has taken up a red-hot topic. Normally, speakers are sought to report on [...]

RESEARCH NEWS

  • Where does our ability to communicate come from? How does language develop and how do we pass it on from generation to generation? The National Centre of [...]

VIDEOS

RESEARCH NEWS

  • Mobile phones have become an integral part of our 24/7 society. From a health scientific perspective, they represent at the same time a potential negative influence but also [...]

PUBLICATIONS

  • Cutting-edge and practical, Circadian Clocks: Methods and Protocols is a valuable book for any researcher interested in learning more about this developing field. Steven [...]

April 2021

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PUBLICATIONS

  • Read here about recent papers published by members of the Neuroscience Center Zurich. Categorizing human vocal signals depends on an integrated auditory-frontal cortical [...]

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