The Berlin-Bochum Memory Alliance comes together for its second meeting, taking place on the 10th and 11th March 2022 the Symposium offers two days of exchange together with SFB 874 (“Integration and Representation of Sensory Processes” >>), SFB 1315 (“Mechanisms and disturbances in memory consolidation” >>) and FOR 2812 (“Constructing scenarios of the past” >>). We are very happy to present a mixture of sharp lectures from our research consortia and Kate Jeffery >> as key note speaker. One day before the Event on the 9th of March the PhD Symposium will offer Young Scientists a chance to present their work in form of a poster session and converse on new ideas with their colleagues. Both events will be held virtually. Thanks go out to Lianne Wolsink and Robert Reichert for managing the organisational side of the event for the SFB 1280.
Find out more: Berlin-Bochum Memory Alliance >>