Aim of the program |
The Alexander von Humbodt (AvH) Kolleg Current Advances on Neurodegeneration: from Molecular Biology to Translational Medicine aims to bring together scientists from Germany and Argentina interested in basic and applied research on Neurodegenerative Diseases. One major objective of the Kolleg will be to provide members of the Argentine scientific community, and especially young individuals working on neurodegenerative diseases with a focused and timely event where...
Eligibility and funding recipients |
All the organizers of this Kollege are Humboldtians. Dr. Inés Noher de Halac and Dr. Sonia Natale are former Fellows of the AvH Foundation and Dr. Alfredo Cáceres is a recipient of an AvH Research Award (2013); they are also active scientists and members of the National Research and Technological Council of Argentina (CONICET). Dr. Alfredo Cáceres research is directly linked with nerve growth, and Dr. Inés Noher de Halac research deals with neurodegenerative diseases in children (see Committees).
Current Advances on Neurodegeneration: from Molecular biology to Translational Medicine
Understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying diseases such as Alzheimer, Parkinson, Lateral Amyotrophic Sclerosis, Inborn Errors of Metabolism, Neuromuscular Diseases, among others, affecting individuals...
We ask to every participant of the Kolleg to let us know by sending a e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org :
- if you are not going to lodge at the "Hotel Portal del Lago".
- if you are going to lodge at the "Hotel Portal del Lago", but for a shorter period of time than the Kolleg (28/9 to 1/10).
- if you are staying for a longer period, on your own.
- if you plan to arrive at Córdoba airport, please indicate your arrival date and time.
Name and Institutions from Germany from whom we ask for support |
Prof. Dr. Eva Mandelkow, DZNE and CAESAR
Prof. Dr. Eckhard Mandelkow, DZNE and CAESAR, Hamburg
Prof. Dr. Konrad Sandhoff, University of Bonn