Berlin Science Week 2021- Prof. Dr. Andrea Kühn & Dr. Lucia Feldmann
A Journey Through the Brain - Neuroscientists Explain Their Research in the Humboldt Lab
-What you always wanted to know about the brain.-
Are you interested in the latest findings in brain research? Do you have questions about the functions of the brain? Come and visit our research station at the Humboldt Lab. On four days during Berlin Science Week, scientists from the Cluster of Excellence NeuroCure will explain their research and answer your questions.
Afterwards, you are invited in a playful expedition into the control center of the human being. You will learn about the most important functions of the brain, the latest research methods and their applications.
PUBLIC DISCUSSION ON SITE AT THE HUMBOLDT FORUM. PLEASE REGISTER.
This event will take place physically. If you would like to attend the event on-site, please register in advance. More information will follow.
Andrea Kühn is head of the movement disorders and neuromodulation section at the Department of Neurology at the Charité Hospital in Berlin, where she conducts research on new therapeutic options for patients with movement disorders. Andrea Kühn has been a member of the NeuroCure Cluster of Excellence since 2015.
Lucia Feldmann is a PostDoc in the section movement disorders and neuromodulation headed by Prof. Dr. Andrea Kühn at the Charité. She is researching how invasive electrophysiology can be used to improve therapy through personalized neuromodulation in parkinson's disease patients.