Inaugural Lectures

We congratulate the following researchers on their inaugural lectures given at the University of Zurich:

On November 2nd, Dorothee Gramatzki was talking about the Progress in Glioma Treatment (in German), three weeks later, on November 22nd, Elvir Becirovic shed light on the treatment of inherited retinal diseases: «Light in Sight: Novel (Epi)Genetic Approaches for Therapy of Inherited Retinal Diseases».

On December 2nd, Beate Grass introduced the audience to the captivating topic of Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy: «Hypoxisch-ischämische Enzephalopathie – einen kühlen Kopf bewahren» (in German). Two days later, on December 4th, Simone E. Pfenninger raised the question  of whether learning a new language has any age limitation: «Kennt (Sprachen)Lernen kein Alter?»  (in German).

A week after that, on December 11th, Tilman Schubert discussed essential issues in his presentation titled «Game changers in Diagnostic and Interventional Neuroradiology».

Last but not least, on December 16th, Hans-Georg Wirsching and Andrea Wirsching delved into the history of brain tumour research in their lecture «The Good, the Bad and the Ugly –
100 Jahre Klassifikation von Hirntumoren und Stichwort Frailty: wo sind die Grenzen der Chirurgie im Alter?
» (in German).

Image: Screenshot of lecture on vimeo