Clinical Neuroscience Bern

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Welcome to the inter-faculty focus "Clinical Neuroscience Bern"

Interdisciplinary collaboration is pivotal to success in clinical neuroscience research and methodology. The research focus of Clinical Neurosciences Bern aims to improve information exchanges and promote cooperation with internal and external partners.

Here you will find interesting news and events as well as informations, links to other neuroscience related events and the CNB's Newsletter.

Current Events and Informations for CNB Members

CNB Annual Meeting 9. September 2022

Poster Awards Winner of 2022: 

  • Human: Wunderlin Marina: Responsiveness to auditory stimulation during slow wave sleep predicts long-lasting increases in memory performance in older adults
  • Clinical: Schumacher Rahel: Modality-modulated difficulties in flexible attention allocation after stroke
  • Animal: Chiffi Gabriele: Tick-borne encephalitis affects sleep-wake behavior and locomotion in infant rats 

 

Program_CNB_Annual_Meeting.pdf (PDF, 342KB)

News and Agenda from the CNB

Clinical Neuroscience Bern 18th CNB Annual Meeting 2023

Clinical Neuroscience Bern 19th CNB Annual Meeting 2024

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Other News, Activities and Infos

MAS in Stroke Medicine

The Stroke Center at the University Hospital Bern developed the European Stroke Master programme in close collaboration with the European Stroke Organisation (ESO) to train the next generation of clinicians and researchers in stroke care throughout Europe.

The purpose of the programme is to cover the entire field of stroke medicine, ranging from basic knowledge in pathophysiology, acute management of ischaemic and haemorrhagic stroke, primary and secondary prevention to neurorehabilitation. In addition, a research focus is maintained throughout all lectures, workshop and seminars, covering all aspects of basic, translational and clinical stroke research.

An international faculty of world leading stroke experts will provide lectures, seminars and workshops in close collaboration with the local faculty at the University of Bern.

Dr. Céline Reinbold

celine.reinbold@insel.ch

private website

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