COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH CENTRE 1451
KEY MECHANISMS OF MOTOR CONTROL IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

 

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New appointment

Prof. Grefkes elected new 2nd vice president

The general assembly of the German Society for Clinical Neurophysiology and Functional Imaging (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Klinische Neurophysiology und Funktionelle Bildgebung, DGKN ) has elected Prof. Christian Grefkes, Dept. of Neurology University of Cologne, as its new 2nd vice president beginning in 2024.

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Job offers

Ongoing recruitment activities

Setting up the collaborative research centre on motor control will involve recruiting new team members. Going forward we will post all job opportunities within the CRC under Open Positions.

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New SFB / CRC 1451

Prof. Fink to lead new collaborative research center

Researchers from the neurosciences and other disciplines will collaborate in the new Collaborative Research Centre (Sonderforschungsbereich SFB 1451) ‘Key mechanisms of motor control in health and disease’. Read more…

Online Events

Cologne Theoretical Neuroscience Forum

12th May 2021  |  5 pm

 

Friedemann Zenke
Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel

COLOGNE

Cologne Theoretical Neuroscience Forum

10th June 2021  |  5 pm

 

Frederike Petzschner
Brown University

COLOGNE

Cologne Theoretical Neuroscience Forum

8th July 2021  |  5 pm

 

Jonathan Rubin
Department of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh

COLOGNE

Motor Control is fundamental to all other processes of the nervous system: we interact with our environment only through our movements, or to quote Charles Sherrington (The Linacre Lecture, 1924):

„To move things is all that mankind can do…., whether in whispering a syllable or feeling a forest.“

In turn, motor output offers direct insights into the processes happening in the nervous system…