Five faculties collaborate closely in the Research School of Behavioral and Cognitive Neurosciences (BCN). BCN researchers study the physiological and pathological processes in the nervous system using cellular, behavioural and modelling techniques. The research relates specifications of brain activity at molecular and cellular levels to analysis of physical and mental operations, up to the complex level of information processing. BCN recently celebrated its silver anniversary. BCN’s scientific director Prof. Erik Boddeke reviews the past 25 years.
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The UMCG is going to study a potential COVID-19 vaccine: the AKS-452 vaccine produced by Akston Biosciences in the United States.
The UMCG has received a subsidy of €65,000 from the educational institute PPO. With these funds, treatment psychologist and postdoc researcher Elise van der Stouwe, together with Wim Veling and Marieke Pijnenborg, will begin a study into the...
Precies een jaar geleden, op 16 maart 2020, werd het grote, noordelijke Lifelines Corona-onderzoek gestart. Twee weken later werd de eerste Corona-vragenlijst verstuurd, waarna er vele volgden. Dankzij de duizenden deelnemers beschikken wij in het...
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