Connecting Neuroscientists in Bonn

Connecting Neuroscientists in Bonn

Welcome

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

Welcome

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

Welcome to the Bonn Center of Neuroscience (BCN), the central network for neuroscience at the University of Bonn. At the BCN, more than 300 scientists share a passion for understanding the brain, the most complex and fascinating organ in mammals.

BCN

Bonn Center of Neuroscience

Technologies

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Technologies

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Technologies

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

Successful research depends on the availability of and the access to advanced technologies. From sequencing and other -omics technologies to advanced microscopy techniques for 3D rendering of neural circuits,

BCN

Bonn Center of Neuroscience

Current News

Bayer PhD Thesis Award 2023

Lukas Henning has been awarded the Bayer PhD Thesis Award 2023 for his dissertation on 'Glial Dysfunction in the Pathology of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy'.

UKB Study Reveals Fine Mechanism of Gaze Control

AOVISION Laboratory's recent study on eLife reveals new insights into human gaze control, validating a hypothesis about vision limits using advanced imaging techniques.

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Science Honors Bonn Neurobiologist

Frank Bradke receives the 50,000 Euro Academy Prize

Research Studying Research

The Volkswagen Foundation is providing 1.8 million in funding for a project studying the effects of evaluation and reward systems in science

A-SOiD, an active-learning platform for expert-guided, data-efficient discovery of behavior

Artificial intelligence recognizes patterns in behaviour. Neuroscientists Create AI Tool To Analyze/Catalogue Behavior. To identify and extract naturalistic behavior, two methods have become popular:

Bonn Neuroscientist Receives 1.2 Million Dollars for Research into Psychiatric Disorders

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative funds project by Dr. Sabine Krabbe.

New study on "Phase to rate recoding " in Nature Communications

A new study by AG Beck was just published in Nature Communications. In it, Daniel Müller-Komorowska and collegues describe a novel compuatational function of feedback inhibitory circuits, namely "phase to rate recodi

BBS Target Article on proxy failure.

What do dead rats, dopamine, performance metrics and peacock's tails have in common? A new 'Target Article' in 'Behavioral and Brain Sciences' suggests they all, at one time or another, reveals the principle of proxy

Professor Eva-Christina Schulte is now leading the genomics department at the Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy.

Bonn, May 10th - Professor Dr. Dr. Eva-Christina Schulte is now leading the "Genomics and Epigenomics" section at the Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at the University Hospital Bonn (UKB).

Prof. Özgün Gökce as a new member of the Medical Faculty

We are pleased to announce that neurobiologist Prof. Özgün Gökce has recently been appointed as a new member of the faculty. He has been recruited to the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) located on

DZNE scientist receives Remedios Caro Almela Prize

Bonn/Alicante, July, 24th, 2023. Neurobiologist Frank Bradke, a senior researcher at the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) and a professor at the University of Bonn, will be awarded with the „Remedi

New Study by Florian Mormann

Florian Mormann has published a groundbreaking study on the regulation of neuronal circuits during sleep in Nature Neuroscience. This study uncovers how the sleeping brain controls neuronal activity to support synapt

Professor Tatjana Tchumatchenko accepted offer to W3 position at the medical faculty, Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research (IEECR)

We are delighted to announce that Professor Tatjana Tchumatchenko has accepted our offer of a W3 position at the Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research (IEECR).

New Addition to BCN: Tobias Ackels Joins as Principal Investigator

We are delighted to introduce Professor Tobias Ackels, who has graciously accepted our job offer and will be joining the Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research (IEECR)

Current News

Bayer PhD Thesis Award 2023

Lukas Henning has been awarded the Bayer PhD Thesis Award 2023 for his dissertation on 'Glial Dysfunction in the Pathology of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy'.

UKB Study Reveals Fine Mechanism of Gaze Control

AOVISION Laboratory's recent study on eLife reveals new insights into human gaze control, validating a hypothesis about vision limits using advanced imaging techniques.

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Science Honors Bonn Neurobiologist

Frank Bradke receives the 50,000 Euro Academy Prize

Research Studying Research

The Volkswagen Foundation is providing 1.8 million in funding for a project studying the effects of evaluation and reward systems in science

A-SOiD, an active-learning platform for expert-guided, data-efficient discovery of behavior

Artificial intelligence recognizes patterns in behaviour. Neuroscientists Create AI Tool To Analyze/Catalogue Behavior. To identify and extract naturalistic behavior, two methods have become popular:

Bonn Neuroscientist Receives 1.2 Million Dollars for Research into Psychiatric Disorders

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative funds project by Dr. Sabine Krabbe.

New study on "Phase to rate recoding " in Nature Communications

A new study by AG Beck was just published in Nature Communications. In it, Daniel Müller-Komorowska and collegues describe a novel compuatational function of feedback inhibitory circuits, namely "phase to rate recodi

BBS Target Article on proxy failure.

What do dead rats, dopamine, performance metrics and peacock's tails have in common? A new 'Target Article' in 'Behavioral and Brain Sciences' suggests they all, at one time or another, reveals the principle of proxy

Professor Eva-Christina Schulte is now leading the genomics department at the Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy.

Bonn, May 10th - Professor Dr. Dr. Eva-Christina Schulte is now leading the "Genomics and Epigenomics" section at the Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at the University Hospital Bonn (UKB).

Prof. Özgün Gökce as a new member of the Medical Faculty

We are pleased to announce that neurobiologist Prof. Özgün Gökce has recently been appointed as a new member of the faculty. He has been recruited to the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) located on

DZNE scientist receives Remedios Caro Almela Prize

Bonn/Alicante, July, 24th, 2023. Neurobiologist Frank Bradke, a senior researcher at the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) and a professor at the University of Bonn, will be awarded with the „Remedi

New Study by Florian Mormann

Florian Mormann has published a groundbreaking study on the regulation of neuronal circuits during sleep in Nature Neuroscience. This study uncovers how the sleeping brain controls neuronal activity to support synapt

Professor Tatjana Tchumatchenko accepted offer to W3 position at the medical faculty, Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research (IEECR)

We are delighted to announce that Professor Tatjana Tchumatchenko has accepted our offer of a W3 position at the Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research (IEECR).

New Addition to BCN: Tobias Ackels Joins as Principal Investigator

We are delighted to introduce Professor Tobias Ackels, who has graciously accepted our job offer and will be joining the Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research (IEECR)

Contact:

Prof. Dr. Heinz Beck
Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research
Life and Brain Center
University of Bonn Medical Center
Sigmund-Freud Str. 25
53127 Bonn

Contact:

Prof. Dr. Heinz Beck
Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research
Life and Brain Center
University of Bonn Medical Center
Sigmund-Freud Str. 25
53127 Bonn

Contact:

Prof. Dr. Heinz Beck
Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research
Life and Brain Center
University of Bonn Medical Center
Sigmund-Freud Str. 25
53127 Bonn