Dr. Michael Mende
Dr. Michael Mende
Program Coordinator IMPRS-TP | EKF-TP
Phone: +49 (0) 89-30622-273
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Programme MPLS

More Seminars

Additional seminars and events in the Munich area can be accessed by following the links below:

Munich Neuroscience Lecture Series

Munich Neuroscience Calendar

Life Science Campus Seminars


Special Seminar

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From genetics to systems, and back: A systematic exploration of neuronal remodeling

In our laboratory, we study the molecular mechanisms that regulate, control and execute developmental neuronal remodeling in Drosophila melanogaster. Remodeling refines neural circuits by a combination of degenerative processes, such as axon and synapse pruning, as well as regenerative processes, such as regrowth to form adult specific connections. Neuronal remodeling is essential for sculpting the mature nervous systems of both vertebrates and invertebrates during development. Despite its fundamental role in neurodevelopment and proposed contribution to various neuropsychiatric disorders, the mechanisms instructing remodeling are only partially known. [more]

Special Seminar

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Transduction of a sense from gut to brain

The brain perceives the environment through specialized sensory neuroepithelial circuits. In the tongue, for instance, taste receptor cells transduce chemical signals by synapsing with the glossopharyngeal nerve. In the gut, however, the putative sensory epithelial cell known as the enteroendocrine cell is thought to convey signals to the nerves only through endocrine mechanisms-hence its name. [more]

Munich Psychiatry Lecture Series | MPLS

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Towards neural repair: turning scar forming glia into neurons

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