Things we are excited about
Vanesa Pelcastre Neri joins as a research assistant. Welcome!!
One last but not least for this crazy November: So excited that our SFB/CRC InCode between Freiburg and Berlin will be funded starting April 2024! Can't wait to get to work with this amazing group of researchers!
Paula Zimmer joins for a three-month internship! Welcome!
Chocka, David and Julia are attending the Göttingen meeting. Chocka and David present their posters on Wednesday and Thursday! Come by!
Julia is giving the Neurobiology Seminar in Fribourg, Switzerland! Back to the roots, nearly 10 years after my defense!
Jesús Hernandez joins for a rotation! Welcome!
Julia gives a talk at the CIN exchanges in Tübingen. Great fun talking to the IMPRS Ph.D. students and meeting old and new friends
Effat Salehi Far joins as a research assistant! Welcome!
Prejwal Prabhakaran joins for a lab rotation! Welcome!
Yue Kris Wu from Julijana Gjorgjievas lab receives an Add-on fellowship from the Joachim Herz foundation to collaborate with us on the role of interneurons in switching network states. Congratulations! Looking forward to working together!
David is presenting at the Ernst Strüngmann Institut in Frankfut
Chocka is accepted to the Allen Institute Neuropixels and OpenScope Workshop in Seattle! Congratulations!
The entire lab is at the symposium: Neuronal Representation - "From Synapses & Microcircuits to Behaviour" in Freiburg. Amazing science right next door!
Milla Eriksson is born! Congratulations!
Julia is presenting at FRIAS Colloquium Natural & Life Sciences
Julia is going to be at Cosyne in Lisbon. Excited about real-life interactions and actual poster sessions.
Julia is speaking in the Symposium "Modulation and plasticity of inhibition in neocortical circuits" at the virtual Göttingen meeting of the German neuroscience society
Veit lab officially opens! Dr. David Eriksson and Chockalingam Ramanathan join the lab as the first postdoc and Ph.D. student, respectively. Welcome!
Joris Veit is born! Welcome!
Julia is giving the Bernstein seminar