Research Institute for Neurosciences and Healthy Ageing (BCN-BRAIN)

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Contact information

Ant. Deusinglaan 1,
Building 3217 ('de Brug'), Room 7.21
9713 AV
Groningen
Netherlands
  • Phone: +31 50 363 4734

Organisational unit profile

Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences
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The Research Institute BCN-BRAIN (‘Research Institute for Neurosciences and Healthy Ageing’) was established in 2005. Itsmission is to promote research that is aimed at understanding the function of the healthy brain and dysfunction of the nervous system with reference to neurological and psychiatric disorders. Its research also emphasizes translational collaboration between lab-based and hospital-based researchers integrating different levels of neuroscience research.

In addition to its scientific aims, BCN-BRAIN’s mission also entails education and (research) training. The institute, therefore, participates in the Research School of Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences (BCN) and the Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS). BCN-BRAIN educates and trains (research) master and PhD students to become independent neuroscience researchers.

Additional information

- Research Institute BCN-BRAIN (website University of Groningen)
- Research School of Behavioural and Cognitive Neurosciences (BCN - website University of Groningen)

Publications
  1. Tinnitus and cortical tonotopic maps

    Koops, E., Renken, R., Lanting, C. & van Dijk, P. 9-Feb-2018 p. 553 1 p.

    Research output: ScientificAbstract

  2. Suppression Side Lobes in a Nonlinear and Active Model of the Cochlea

    Epp, B., Manley, G. A. & van Dijk, P. 9-Feb-2018 p. 443 1 p.

    Research output: ScientificAbstract

  3. Suppression of Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emissions in the Barn Owl (Tyto alba)

    Engler, S., van Dijk, P., Manley, G. A., de Kleine, E. & Koeppl, C. 9-Feb-2018 p. 296 1 p.

    Research output: ScientificAbstract

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Prizes
  1. tACS on executive function in MCI

    Branisalava Curcic-Blake (Recipient), André Aleman (Recipient), Esther Opmeer (Recipient), Peter De Deyn (Recipient), Natasha Maurits (Recipient), Fransje Reesink (Recipient) & Stefanie Enriquez Geppert (Recipient), 17-Jul-2017

    Prize

  2. Alzheimer Nederland Fellowship

    Juan Francisco Flores-Vazquez (Recipient), Stefanie Enriquez Geppert (Recipient) & André Aleman (Recipient), 22-Dec-2017

    Prize: Fellowship awarded competitively

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Activities
  1. Trends in hearing (Journal)

    Dijk, van, P. (Guest editor), DM Baguley (Guest editor), Marlies Knipper (Guest editor)
    1-Jan-201831-Dec-2018

    Activity: ScientificEditorial activity

  2. GRIP op Klachten, GRIP.health

    Rosmalen, J. (Other)
    10-Jan-2018

    Activity: ProfessionalOther

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Press / Media
  1. Free online course about mental health for young people

    Tineke Oldehinkel & Maaike Meurs

    11/01/2018

    1 media contribution

    Press / Media: Public Engagement Activities

  2. Depressie te lijf met je smartphone

    Jojanneke Bastiaansen & Harriette Riese

    07/11/2017

    1 item of media coverage

    Press / Media: Public Engagement Activities

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