Articles by Mick Lehmann

Can We See Autism in the Brain?

Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are a set of neurodevelopmental conditions whose main symptoms include reduced social interactions and elevated repetitive behaviors. Despite [...]

October 8, 2021

A Deep Dive into the Brain

Oligodendrocytes wrap the axons of neurons with a fat-containg myelin sheath allowing the fast propagation of electric impulses. In certain diseases, for example in Multiple [...]

October 8, 2021

Alzheimer’s Disease Optical Biomarkers

The deposition of beta-amyloid and tau are hallmarks of Alzheimer`s disease.It has been implicated in neuronal dysfunction, ultimately leading to cognitive impairment and [...]

October 8, 2021

The Reverse Vaccination Against MS

Bacteria, which are particularly common in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, could be the trigger for the inflammatory reactions in the brain and spinal cord. Endogenous [...]

October 8, 2021

Vector Computation in the Fly Brain

Many neuroscientists enjoyed the ZNZ Symposium 2021 on 16 Septemberin-person again after last year’s online version. More than 380 visitors followed a diverse program with [...]

October 8, 2021

Making Peace with Neuroscience

“Neuroscience and Peacebuilding” is a book designed to stimulate awareness of the role that neuroscience can plausibly play in peacebuilding. It describes the work being [...]

October 8, 2021

Inaugural Lecture: Hear the Silence

We congratulate Tobias Kleinjung to his inaugural lecture on September 25th. The researcher from the Clinic for Ear, Nose, Throat and Facial Surgery at the University [...]

October 8, 2021

Quo Vadis, ZNZ Newsletter: Vote!

The ZNZ Newsletter wants to develop further. In the last edition we wanted to know from you, where the journey should go. Here comes a second chance to vote on it for all who [...]

October 8, 2021

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