Research day “Neural Circuits in Pain”

SFB1158 hosts Research Days for pain where projects and pain-related science are presented in the relaxed and intimate setting of the Internationales Wissenschaftsforum Heidelberg with plenty of time planned in for discussions and interactions. Guests are welcome!

On the Research Day 2016, in addition to a science-rich program with 5 SFB projects, young scientists from SFB1158 took the initiative to organize a Young Scientist Symposium and impressed us all with their organization and presentation skills. The symposium spanned cutting-edge methodologies from multiphoton imaging, deep sequencing to in vivo patch clamp recordings in awake animals. These were complemented by advanced analysis and mathematical paradigms, which constitute an integral part of experiments addressing neural structure and function. 

 

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