Schwerpunkt C - Neurowissenschaften

Field of Research

  • Loss of neuronal differentiation control as a pathogenetic mechanism of Alzheimer's disease: a diagnostic and therapeutic concept, Prof. T. Arendt (Paul-Flechsig-Institute)
  • Hypoxia and (neo)vascularization of the retina as a model of the CNS, Prof. A. Reichenbach (Paul-Flechsig-Institute)
  • Mild cognitive impairment and dementia: epidemiology, outcome and risk factors, Prof. M. C. Angermeyer (Department of Psychiatry)
  • Neurobiology and course of mild cognitive disorders, Prof. H.-J. Gertz (Department of Psychiatry)
  • Characterization of neuronal P2 receptors during hypoxia and ischemia, Prof. P. Illes (Rudolf-Boehm-Institute)
  • The role of Munc13-1 in receptor-mediated APP processing, PD Dr. S. Roßner (Paul-Flechsig-Institute)
  • Establishing new therapeutic strategies in human in vitro model of ischaemia, Prof. C. Allgaier (Rudolf-Boehm-Institute)
  • Mechanisms of microglia activation during retinal degeneration: roles of MAPK and purinergic P2 receptors, PD Dr. A. Bringmann (Department of Augenheilkunde)
  • Physiological and pathophysiological role of endothelins in the control of glial glutamate transport, Prof. J. Engele (Institute of Anatomy)
  • Abnormal tau protein phophorylation in neurodegenerative diseases conveys signal transduction, Dr. M. Holzer (Paul-Flechsig-Institute)
  • The relevance of nicotinergic acetylcholine receptors (nAChR) for the pathophysiology of Parkinsons disease, Prof. J. Schwarz (Department of Neurology)
  • Mechanisms underlying the enhanced vulnerability of cholinergic neurons in Alzheimer's disease, Prof. R. Schliebs (Paul-Flechsig-Institute)

letzte Änderung: 26.07.2012


Schwerpunkt C - Neurowissenschaften
Arendt, Thomas (Prof. Dr.)
Jahnallee 59
04109 Leipzig
Phone: +49 341 97-25720
Fax: +49 341 97-25729