Munich Brain Course
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Courses

The Munich Brain Course is a yearly event which is held, since 2014, every spring.

The last course took place on March 31th - April 1st 2017. [more]
The eleventh course took place on March 16th - 19th 2016, focusing on spinal cord, cerebellum and occipital lobe. [more]
The tenth course took place on March 25th - 28th 2015. The main topics were brainstem, basal ganglia and temporal lobe. [more]
The first course in spring took place on March 26th - 29th 2014 and focused on thalamus/hypothalamus, sensorimotor system and parietal lobe. [more]
The course on October 10th - 12th 2012 emphasized cerebellum, spinal cord and frontal lobe. [more]
Due to the unexpectedly prolonged renovation of the Insitute of Anatomy, the course 2011 unfortunately had to be cancelled. [more]
The course on October 6th - 8th 2010 emphasized occipital lobe, brainstem and white matter. [more]
The emphasis of the course held on October 1st - 3rd 2009 was temporal lobes, thalamus and cerebellum. [more information in German]
The emphasis of the course held on October 2nd - 4th 2008 was basal ganglia, brainstem and parietal lobes. [more information in German]
The emphasis of the course held on October 4th - 6th 2007 was hypothalamus, frontal lobes and spinal cord. [more information in German]
The emphasis of the course held on September 28th - 30th 2006 was occipital lobes, brainstem and white matter. [more information in German]
The emphasis of the second course held on September 29th - October 1st 2005 was cerebellum, sensorimotor system and thalamus. [more information in German]
The emphasis of the first course held on September 30th - October 2nd 2004 was basal ganglia, brainstem and the temporal lobes in detail. [more information in German]
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