The University of Marburg offers two thematically separate and largely complementary neuroscience MSc programs. They provide highly research-oriented training in a wide spectrum of neuroscience topics, linking basic science and clinical research. Within these programs, the Laboratory for Multimodal Neuroimaging offers a wide range of lectures, seminars, workshops and internships throughout the year. These courses provide training in both the basic scientific and technological principles of modern neuroimaging methods and their applications to understand cognitive functions and mental and neurological disorders. Albeit most of these courses were developed for the MSc programs, they are open to students from other disciplines (e.g., psychology, medicine or physics).
Our weekly lab colloquium takes place each Friday from 10 am to 12 pm. It is open for interested students and Bachelor- and Master candidates. We usually discuss ongoing research projects as well as recent publications in the field of neuroimaging and cognitive neuroscience. This colloquium is complemented by regular talks from invited speakers. These talks take place at Tuesday from 2 pm to 4 pm. If you are interested in joining our lab colloquium, please email us.