Studium Generale "Faszination Gehirn – Entwicklung, Plastizität und Krankheit"

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Studium Generale in the winter term 2021/22

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Prof. Birgit Derntl (Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy) and Dr. Simone Mayer (Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research) organized a Studium Generale "Faszination Gehirn - Entwicklung, Plastizität und Krankheit" this winter semester, happening Tuesdays at 6pm via Zoom.

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