About the Neurobiology Doctoral Students Workshop

The NeuroDoWo has been organized by doctoral candidates for over 30 years under the patronage of the German Neuroscience Society. Our aim is to reach early career scientists from an as broad and diverse (neuro-) scientific background as possible, from Germany and abroad. The conference promotes communication across disciplines and to allow young scientists to gain experience in presenting and discussing their research in a talk or with a scientific poster. This year's NeuroDoWo will be held in Cologne, June 29th - July 1st 2022. 

Prof. Dr. Albena Jordanova is Keynote Speaker at the NeuroDoWo

We are very happy to announce that Prof. Dr. Albena Jordanova is Keynote Speaker at the NeuroDoWo 2022 in Cologne. Prof. Jordanova works at the Vlaams Institute voor Biotechnologie in Antwerp, Belgium on heritable neurodegenerative diseases. Using bioinformatics methods, she was able to identify a mutation that causes Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease in 2012. She is now working on the identification of the functions of that gene using model organisms.

Prof. Dr. Gaia Tavosanis is Keynote Speaker at the NeuroDoWo

We hereby have the pleasure to announce Prof. Dr. Gaia Tavosanis as one of our Keynote Speakers at the NeuroDoWo 2022. Being a research group leader at the DZNE Bonn and a Professor of Neurogenetics at the University of Bonn, she is one of the leading experts in neuronal remodeling. With Drosophila melanogaster being her model system, she investigates the mechanisms in neuronal dynamics during development and adult life of the fly.

Career Q & A with Dr. Christian Pichlo

I hereby have the pleasure to announce the first point of this year’s NeuroDoWo's programme. In addition to the research talks by our participants and our keynote speakers, we will have Q & A-sessions on different career paths after your PhD. Our first presenter in this category will be Dr. Christian Pichlo. He obtained his PhD in 2017 at the University of Cologne on the "Structural and biochemical characterization of metallopeptidases from enteropathogenic bacteria".

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