OPENING Center for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN)

Kick-Off Center for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN)

Monday March 19th, 2018 at 2 PM. Closing drink at 3 PM
Location:
Lectures: Akenzaal, UNS 40 room 0.673
Drink : Drielandenpunt, UNS 40 room K.548

We are very pleased to invite you to the official kick off  and opening of the interfaculty Center for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN).

Maastricht University is world-leading in neuroscience research, hosting an excellent wide-ranging spectrum of laboratories and cutting-edge neuroscience infrastructure used and developed by various UM research groups comprised of world-renowned experts.

The Center for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN), with the School for Mental Health and Neuroscience (MHeNS) of FHML and the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience (FPN) as its founders, aims to strengthen and support inter-faculty research cooperation in the field of neuroscience. By bringing together the neuroscience activities across schools, departments and faculties, CIN not only will facilitate neuroscience research at Maastricht University, but also increase its visibility and recognition.

This agreement covers the first phase with a focus on cooperation in neuroscience research between MHeNS and FPN. In phase two the cooperation within the framework of CIN can be extended to other faculties and research clusters involving neuroscience.   

CIN has appointed two directors: prof. Bart Rutten (MHeNS) and prof. Alexander Sack (FPN)

Preliminary program

      Chairmen: Bart Rutten and Alexander Sack
2PM - 2.05PM Welcome - Bart Rutten and Alexander Sack
2.05PM - 2.15 PM UM Perspective - CIN - Martin Paul
2.15 PM  - 2.25 PM      Cooperation FHML - FPN – Anita Jansen and Nanne de Vries
2.25 PM -   2.30 PM Direktor MHENS - David Linden
2.30 PM - 3 PM

Elevator pitches of CIN-funded PhD projects
Project 1:
Molecular, cellular and electrophysiological effects of TMS in living human neurons.
MHeNs: Bart Rutten en Gunter Kenis, FPN: Alexander Sack en Tom de Graaf
Project 2: The locus coeruleus hits the bull’s eye: stress-­‐vulnerability as a predictor for cognitive decline
MHeNs: Heidi Jacobs en Frans Verhey, FPN:  Benedikt Poser en Rainer Goebel
Project 3: Hungry for reward: using evaluative conditioning to repair food and taste reward processing in the anorectic brain.
MHeNs: Rudolf Ponds, FPN: A. Roefs en Anita Jansen
Project 4: Brain miRNA as markers of drug induced changes in neural integrity.
MHeNs: Jos Prickaerts en Jos Kleinjans, FPN: Jan Ramaekers
Project 5: Mapping cortico-hippocampal synchronization and cognition using ECoG in epilepsy patients.
MHeNs: Vivianne Kranen-van Mastenbroek en Rob Rouhl, FPN: Mark Roberts, P. de Weerd

3 PM    

Closing drink


Participation is free, but please note that registration is obligatory. 


Register here.