Explore our science, meet our people

Browse through our 2019 brochure to learn more about what the more than 300 scientists in our 16 different research groups are up to.

From brain wiring to protein aggregation and neuroinflammation, the best science is done with the best technology and, of course, the best brains.


Science in 1 minute

You can find out more about the work we do through our YouTube channel. We regularly post updates about our recent research results.


Upcoming events

april, 2019

01apr4:00 pmAlison GoateRare and Common Variation Implicate Microglial Function in AD Risk

03apr12:00 pmPavan RamdyaReverse-engineering Drosophila behavior

03apr4:00 pmKeith MuraiNeuron-Astrocyte Communication and Brain Circuit Microenvironments

05apr5:00 pmHappy hourTime for a drink with your colleagues

09apr1:00 pmProgress seminarSara Calafate & Abril Escamilla

17apr2:00 pmAlain ProchiantzRegulation of cerebral cortex plasticity by Otx2 transfer from choroid plexus to PV-interneurons

23apr1:00 pmProgress seminarVinoy Vijayan & Raheem Fazal

29apr9:30 amSandrine Da CruzMechanisms of Neurodegeneration: From the motor neuron cell body to the neuromuscular junction

30apr12:00 pmRickie PataniThe molecular pathogenesis of ALS using human stem cells

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