- Historic pathology lecture-room "D"
At the Center for Brain Research (CBR) a broad spectrum of Neuroscience-related lectures, seminars and laboratory courses are offered. These include basic lectures giving an overview of Neuroscience for undergraduate students and more specialized lectures providing in-dept knowledge in various aspects of Neuroscience.
The Neuroscience lectures at our Center are integrated into different disciplines of study (Medicine, Biology, Molecular Biology, Bioinformatics) from different Universities (Medical University of Vienna, University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology). The lecture series are part of the obligatory undergraduate course work or belong to different programs (e.g. PhD-Neuroscience, Master?s in Molecular Biology).
The PhD program in Neuroscience belongs to the PhD program of the Medical University of Vienna (N094) with lectures and courses held in the English language. All students performing their PhD theses at the CBR are part of this program. PhD students from external laboratories can apply to attend the Neuroscience program. -more-
The Center for Brain Research offers within the second term of the "Molecularbiology" study the Major Neuroscience - Schwerpunktfach (11) Neurowissenschaften -more-
- MP: Master Program: Neuroscience/Molecular Biology
For the Master studies in Molecular Biology at the University of Vienna (after the Bachelor), we offer a 30 ECTS Neuroscience teaching module that can be combined with other subjects. Neuroscience can also be taken as the major subject, leading to a degree finally awarded with a ?Master for Molecular Biology? -more-
The staff of the CBR is involved in lectures of the Medical Curriculum (N202) at the Medical University of Vienna. ?more-
Students who are interested in either Artificial Intelligence or Neuroscience might like to have a look on our special lectures (SL) in these fields which are open to all interested colleagues
Happiness Hypotheses. Traditional Wisdom and Contemporary Research Findings
7.10., 14.10., 11.11., 25.11., 9.12. und 27.1.2010 jeweils 18:00 - 20:00
Department of Medical Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence
Art der LV:
Diese LV wird durchgeführt von:
em.Prof. Dr. Robert Trappl