The Rhine-Main Neuroscience Network is a strategic alliance of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, the Goethe University Frankfurt, the Technische Universität Darmstadt, and the Max Planck Institutes in the Neurosciences.
Important Structural Features of rmn²
- New Bioscience campus Riedberg in Niederursel (Biocenter of the Goethe University, MPIs for Brain Research and Biophysics)
- Focus Program Translational Neuroscience Mainz (FTN). Offers lab space (ca. 4000 m2) for neuroscience research on University Campus (2015/16) including young investigators and senior groups (ca. 1500 m2)
- Interdisciplinary Center for Neuroscience (Frankfurt University)
- Neuroscience Center Niederrad („Blue Tower Building“) for molecular and cellular neuroscience
- MD/PhD-PhD program: structured education for MD/PhD-PhD degree open to students of the medical and natural sciences. FTN Fellowships available.
- Master Program Interdisciplinary Neuroscience (ICNF).Basic, clinical and computational neuroscience. Open to national and international students. Tuition language is english.
- GRADE – Goethe graduate academy. Soft-skill program open to all students in the natural sciences and medicine
- DFG Research Training Group GRK 1044
Developmental and disease-induced modification
in the Nervous system. Spokesperson: Heiko Luhmann