Munich Brain Course
LMU Munich | Faculty of Medicine
20 Years Munich Brain Course 2004-2024

Retrospect 2019

The Munich Brain Course in 2019 took place on March 15th and 16th. As in the last years, the content was provided in a concentrated form on two days. The German part (Intensivkurs Neuroanatomie) and the English part (Munich Brain Course) ran in parallel. As in the past, not all neuroanatomical topics can be displayed in one course, so each year has its own focus.

Detailed program (PDF)

Friday, March 15, 2019

  • Dr. Tobias Högen, Munich: Introduction
  • Prof. Dr. Adrian Danek, Munich: Neuroanatomy – a systematic review
  • Dr. Katarina Groth MSc, Munich: Introduction to hands-on session I
  • Hands-on session I
  • PD Dr. Dr. Christian Vollmar, Munich: An assembly of staining techniques: neuroimaging
  • PD Dr. Igor Yakushev, Munich: Anatomical staging of proteinopathies using positron emission tomography
  • Dr. Tobias Högen, Munich: Introduction to hands-on session II
  • Hands-on session II
  • Alex López-Rolón, MA Psych., Munich: Spatial Neglect: a neuropsychological window into intriguing whats, wheres and hows
  • Keynote lecture: Prof. Dr. Benedikt Grothe, Munich: Brain structure – a journey

Saturday, March 16, 2019

  • Prof. Dr. Andreas Büttner, Rostock and Prof. Dr. Matthias Graw, Munich: Demonstration und Obduktion makropathologischer Fälle (exclusively in German)
  • PD Dr. Marco Düring, Munich: Dissecting the white matter
  • Dr. Benedikt Bader, Bad Aibling: Introduction to hands-on session III
  • Hands-on session III
  • PD Dr. Nils Peters, Basel, CH: Vascular anatomy and related pathology
  • PD Dr. Johannes Levin, Munich: Spacial and anatomical distribution of Alzheimer Disease pathology
  • Virginia L. Flanagin, PhD, Munich: The neuroanatomy of the hippocampus: how structure implies function
  • Dr. Tobias Högen, PD Dr. Marco Düring: Closing remarks
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