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 first Einstein PhD cohort.
The poster session and the get-together provided an opportunity for academics, students, faculty, and researchers to display their work and discuss about it.
Researchers discussing scientific results at the poster session
Picture: Jacqueline Wiesner
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.
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: Clinical and basic researchers discuss future projects in the new operating room.
STEMO: The stroke emergency mobile brings imaging techniques (CT) directly to the patient.
Regular seminar series
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.