Division of Nanophysiology

Teaching

Master Molecular Cell Biology & Neurobiology
Reading Course Summer Semester
Molecular Medicine


Coordinators: Prof. Dr. Tanja Maritzen, Prof. Dr. Stefan Kins, Dr. Simone Eggert
Course Content: Students will read reviews and original research papers dealing with mechanisms underlying membrane transport and neurodegenerative diseases.
Week 1: Membrane Transport in Health and Disease (Prof. Maritzen)
Week 2: Neurodegeneration (Prof. Kins, Dr. Eggert)
Start: 19.04.2021
Additional information: see  KIS
Course registration: via  KIS
Remarks: This semester the Reading Course will be done online via ZOOM. Reading materials will be provided via OpenOLAT. Registration code will be sent by email.

 
Master Molecular Cell Biology & Neurobiology
Reading Course Winter Semester
Neural Function


Coordinators: Prof. Dr. Tanja Maritzen, Prof. Dr. Stefan Kins, Dr. Simone Eggert
Course Content: Students will read text book chapters, reviews and original research papers dealing with the principles of neurobiology and the importance of vesicular transport for neurotransmission.
Week 1: Basics of neurobiology (Prof. Kins, Dr. Eggert)
Week 2: Synaptic transmission – the vesicular transport perspective (Prof. Maritzen)
Start: WS 2021/22
Additional information: see  KIS
Course registration: via  KIS
Remarks: Reading materials will be provided in part via OpenOLAT. Registration code will be sent by email.


Additional teaching activities of the department of Nanophysiology (for additional information see KIS and landing page):

  • Vorlesung Entwicklungsbiologie für das Modul Entwicklungs- und Neurobiologie (GM14 B.Sc. Biologie) sowie das Modul Struktur und Funktion der Tiere (Modul 3 B.Ed. Biologie)
  • Seminar Entwicklungsbiologie für B.Ed. Biologie
  • Arbeitsgruppenseminar
  • Praktikumsteil Entwicklungsbiologie für das Modul Entwicklungs- und Neurobiologie (GM14 B.Sc. Biologie)
  • Beitrag zum Zoologischen Grundpraktikum für B.Sc. und B.Ed. Biologie
  • Aufbaupraktikum „Zelladhäsion und Zellmigration“ für B.Sc. Biologie
  • Vertiefungspraktikum „Intracellular Membrane Transport and Signaling“ für M.Sc. Molecular Cell Biology & Neurobiology (noch im Aufbau)

 

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