The Rhine-Main Neuroscience Network

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PhD position available

For the research project “The role of the protein receptor-mediated endocytosis 8 (RME8) in neuronal homeostasis” (Principal Investigators: Prof. Dr. Christian Behl and Dr. Albrecht Clement) at the University Medical Center of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz PDF for download

CRC 1080: Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Neural Homoeostasis

Following a successful first funding period, the German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved 12 million euros of funding for the Collaborative Research Center 1080: Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Neural Homoeostasis  more

4th Biennial Meeting in Oberwesel from June 22 to 24, 2016

Article on the 4th Biennial Meeting in the JGU Magazine more

German Research Foundation approves new Collaborative Research Centre on resilience research

Cooperation project (spokesperson: Prof. Beat Lutz, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz) will be funded with EUR 12.1 Million (press release in German) more

“Rhein-Main CAMPUS”

Program on rheinmaintv about the Rhine-Main Universities and the Rhine-Main Neuroscience Network (in German) more

Prof. Jochen Triesch coordinates new Priority Program “Computational Connectomics”

Also contributing are Prof. Moritz Helmstädter  and Prof. Heiko Luhmann more

2. rmn² lecture with Prof. Dr. Jan Born

“Lernen im Schlaf – kein Traum” Monday, February 1st, 2016  flyer for download

Prof. Dr. Jochen Roeper new speaker of rmn²

As of January 2016 Prof. Dr. Jochen Roeper (a basic neuroscientist, Frankfurt) takes over this position from Prof. Dr. Helmuth Steinmetz (a clinical neuroscientist, Frankfurt). This election reflects the rmn²  cross-disciplinary approach between basic and clinical neuroscience.

Prof. Dr. Jochen Roeper new member of the Gutenberg Research College

Neurophysiologist Professor Jochen Roper works at the University Medical Center of Goethe University Frankfurt am Main and is a member of the Rhine-Main Neuroscience Network (rmn²). His pioneering research into dopaminergic neurons in the central cortex helped to improve the understanding of neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders. more

Review of the Biennial Meetings 2014 and 2012

The last biennial meeting of the rmn² took place from June 25 to 27, 2014 in Oberwesel more

Get some impressions of the biennial meeting 2012 here

MD/PhD-PhD Program in Translational Biomedicine

The recently established MD/PhD-PhD Program in Translational Biomedicine for Medical and Natural Science Graduates at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz within FTN/rmn² is a structured training program which combines biomedical and translational research with clinical training elements.

Past Events and Activities

See a list of past events and activities here