Scientific Events

ReproducibiliTeach: Strategies to make your research more transparent, robust & reproducible

From February 17th to April 7th, 2022, QUEST and NeuroCure will offer a hands-on course in which participants will learn to identify common problems that affect transparency and reproducibility and work on implementing better practices in their own research.

Each class will begin with a seminar, where participants learn about problems with common practices and explore more transparent and reproducible alternatives. Seminars will be followed by workshops, where participants implement the skills discussed by applying them directly to their own research projects. After completing the course, participants will be able to apply the skills that they have learned and practiced to other research projects.

Classes will be held in English and will take place on Thursdays from 2:00 to 3:45 pm.

For more information, click here.

You can register here.

Berlin Neuroscience Meeting 2019

The Berlin Neuroscience Meeting took place on Thursday, October 10, 2019 in the CCO. At the event, the Einstein Center for Neurosciences (ECN) welcomed together with its partner institutions the most recent Einstein PhD cohort.

The poster session and get-together provided an opportunity for academics, students, faculty, and researchers to display their work and discuss it.

This year, the Open Innovation in Science Award (OIS Award) was also presented for the first time. The OIS Award includes direct financial support of 5,000 EUR for selected OIS project ideas as well as expert training and coaching modules for the further development and implementation of projects that are innovative, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary.

More information about OIS Award

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Researchers discussing scientific results at the poster session
Picture: Jacqueline Wiesner

Berlin Neuroscience Meeting 2018

The Berlin Neuroscience Meeting took place on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 in the CCO. At the event, the Einstein Center for Neurosciences (ECN) welcomed together with its partner institutions the most recent Einstein PhD cohort.

The poster session and get-together provided an opportunity for academics, students, faculty, and researchers to display their work and discuss it.

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Researchers discussing scientific results at the poster session
Picture: Jacqueline Wiesner

 

Berlin Neuroscience Meeting 2017

The Berlin Neuroscience Meeting took place on Friday, October 13, 2017 in the CCO. At the event, the Einstein Center for Neurosciences (ECN) celebrated its first “birthday” together with its partner institutions. In addition to networking and exchanging scientific ideas, the meeting provided an opportunity to welcome the first Einstein PhD cohort and introduce the new PhD students to the Berlin neuroscience scene.

 

NCRC-BrainLab "Breakout-Session"

On Friday, May 12, 2017, clinical researchers and basic scientists from the Cluster visited the new neurosurgery operating rooms, the neurointensive care unit, and the emergency room in the recently renovated Charité highrise hospital building. The unique Stroke Emergency Mobile (STEMO), equipped with computed tomography (CT) and a small laboratory, was also on display. In the future, this state-of-the-art technology will be increasingly used in an interdisciplinary research approach to investigate mechanisms, acute and hyperacute diseases, and to develop new treatment options.

 
Hybrid operating room with MRI
Hybrid operating room with MRI: Clinical and basic researchers discuss future projects in the new operating room. 


STEMO
STEMO: The stroke emergency mobile brings imaging techniques (CT) directly to the patient.

 

CCO Scientific Networking Event
The CCO Scientific Networking Event took place for the first time in February, 2017. The event was organized by postdocs and PhD students with the aim of promoting scientific exchange between early career researchers and working groups in the CharitéCrossOver research building. The program included lectures followed by a poster session.
Fotos Ulrike Lachmann

Regular seminar series

Neuroscience Colloquium
The Neuroscience Colloquium is a weekly seminar series during the summer and winter terms (Thursdays 16:30-17:30). 
Lectures are held in the Paul-Ehrlich-Hörsaal (Virchowweg 4) . As long as the weather permits, the talks are followed by a get-together at the Charité CrossOver building terrace, where attendees can continue to talk about science.
CCO Networking Seminar

The CCO Networking Seminar is a series of events offering all CCO scientists and researchers the opportunity to share current projects and exchange ideas and expertise. Through a variety of talks ranging from PIs introducing their labs to methodological sessions, we’re coming together to promote more interaction and cooperation within CCO (and without). This is a chance to try out new ideas, present current projects, discuss the latest research results, and discover new methods and technical developments. The seminars usually take place every Wednesday from 12:15 to 13:15 in the CCO Auditorium, or on Tuesdays at the Paul Ehrlich Hörsaal. Snacks and drinks are provided.

Career Development Seminar
The Career Development Seminar is a newly formed seminar series aimed at providing students and postdocs with insights into different career options and promoting interdisciplinary networking. Once a month, speakers discuss their professional career paths in and outside academia in fields such as R&D, consulting, publishing, management, marketing, entrepreneurship, and more.
Neuroimmunological Colloquium
The Neuroimmunological Colloquium offers scientists, physicians, and students a framework for exchanging ideas on topics related to neuroimmunology. The colloquium takes place Mondays 4:00 - 5:00 pm.
NCRC Seminar
The NCRC organizes an interdisciplinary seminar to promote exchange between basic scientists and clinicians. The NCRC Seminar serves as a discussion forum for scientists and physicians about ongoing research projects and promising results from basic research.
The next NCRC seminar will take place on July 1, 2022 at 12-1pm.
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