Prof. Dr. Albert Becker

Our major research interest is on pathomechanisms of epilepsies as well as developmental brain malformations and tumors. With respect to epilepsies, we aim to understand how transient insults including status epilepticus and particularly inflammation convert neuronal cells and networks chronically Read More …

Prof. Dr. René Hurlemann

The Medical Psychology Division hosts the “Neuromodulation of Emotion (NEMO)” Research Group, which is a team of medical psychologists and clinician scientists with a background in psychiatry who work together in understanding emotion and improving the treatment of psychiatric disorders Read More …

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Schweizer

Our seemingly diverse interests are all connected: We have discovered the requirement of selenoproteins for appropriate brain function. Our research is now focused on delineating how GABAergic interneurons specifically depend on selenoproteins. The codon-specific analysis of selenoprotein translation brought us Read More …