Applying a wide range of techniques, we investigate neurobiological mechanisms ranging from synaptic plasticity to complex behavior

In our department we investigate the neural underpinnings of learning and memory processes in rodent models. Here, we aim to understand the role of specific brain areas and neurotransmitter systems as well as the architecture and function of neural circuits and synaptic plasticity mechanisms. Towards this end, we use a wide range of techniques including pharmacology and behavioral analyses, electrophysiology, viral gene transfer, optogenetics, imaging techniques and anatomical approaches.

In our department we also host the research group Systemic Neurobiology.


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Ingrid Ehrlich

Prof. Dr.

Head of Department

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