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  • brain awareness week DI

    Brain Awareness Week

    Join on of the activities Donders Institute during the Brain Awareness Week 2024. There is a Radboud Reflects lecture, a Brainhelpdesk market stand, an experiment and workhshop.

  • Investigation of impaired inhibition in Parkinson’s Disease

    Parkinson's disease (PD) is a progressive neurological disorder impacting 1% of individuals aged 60 and above.

  • Richard Ivry

    Donders Lecture - Richard Ivry

    Join us on March 14, 2024 for Richard Ivry's Donders Lecture on the topic of "Searching for a Universal Cerebellar Transform".

  • Never make the first mistake!

    Functioning in daily life requires us to constantly learn from and adapt behavior to occurring events.

  • The effect of increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease on the brain

    Millions of people suffer from Alzheimer's disease, but its exact origin remains unclear.

  • Assessment and training of walking adaptability in children with mild motor disorders

    Children with mild motor disorders often show difficulties with walking adaptability. Walking adaptability is the ability to modify the walking pattern to reach intended goals while handling the demands of the environment.

  • Understanding and attenuating disease progression in Parkinson’s disease

    Parkinson’s disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder in the world and its prevalence is rapidly increasing.

  • Donders Session: Methods Market

    The Donders Sessions are two-hour morning sessions, starting at 10.00 and followed by lunch at 12.00. The Sessions are in principle scheduled every 3rd Thursday of the month, except for July, August and school holidays.

  • Ear reconstructions and the clinical pathway in patients with ear anomalies

    It is important to pay attention to both the ear itself and the potential hearing loss and psychological functioning in patients with a malformation or deformation of the ear.

  • KEEP THE BODY IN MIND. Towards integrating physical and mental health in child and adolescent psychiatry

    Child and adolescent psychiatry can be defined as a medical specialty focused on mental health with an integrated vision of biological, psychological and social factors influencing the mental well-being of children.

  • Erasmus building

    Theme meetings for Donderians

    Theme meetings will be organized every third Thursday, every two months, such that all Donderians have the opportunity to join multiple Theme meetings.

  • Community-based exercise programs for Parkinson’s: challenges, strategies, and opportunities for improving care

    This thesis concludes that when properly implemented and led by trained professionals, community-based programs can improve the quality of life for people with PD and serve as a valuable complement to traditional healthcare.

  • DCN Seminar: Prof. Dr. Max Happel

    Prof. Happel will present, based on multichannel data from the gerbil anterior prefrontal cortex (aPFC), how frontal cortex influences exploratory behaviors during a probabilistic foraging paradigm.

  • Postdoc Ponders!

    Postdoc Ponders is a series of events organised by the Donders Institute Postdoc Council for Donders Institute Postdocs! Our events will give you the opportunity to get answers to your career and personal development questions.

  • Psychological stress and Parkinson’s disease: underlying mechanisms and focused interventions

    In my PhD thesis, I investigated which symptoms are particularly affected by stress, what helps to lower the impact of stress (non-pharmacologically and pharmacologically) and which factors protect against stress-related disorders in people with PD.

  • The neurobiology of language department: the legacy

    To celebrate the achievements of Peter Hagoort, a selection of former PhD students and postdoctoral researchers will present their latest research and ideas.

  • Donders Citylab kiosk

    Showcase of Donders Citylab experiments

    What kind of data is collected, data quality and how you can start to design your own micro-experiment. Afterwards there will be a meet & greet where you can talk with researchers that have previously performed a micro-experiment.

  • Neir Eshel

    DCCN Colloquium Neir Eshel

    Neir Eshel will discuss ongoing work applying principles of behavioral economics to understand the function of dopamine signals in the striatum in mice.

  • Nachum Ulanovsky

    Donders Lecture - Nachum Ulanovsky

    This talk will focus on the importance of using natural behaviors in neuroscience research – the “Natural Neuroscience” approach.

  • Nutrition’s Route to Behaviour and Vice Versa: Longitudinal Links from Early Life to Adolescence