Institute of Molecular Psychiatry

  • Director: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Andreas Zimmer
  • University of Bonn
  • Sigmund Freud Str. 25
  • 53127 Bonn

Graduate Schools

Workshop-Module: How to get published: A practical guide.
Graduate School BIGS Neuroscience & Bonn International Graduate School of Drug Sciences

Lecturers

Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmer, Dr. Eva Drews

Date

TBA

Location

Institute of Molecular Psychiatry, Life & Brain, 2nd floor, seminar room 210

Type of course

Block course, lectures and guided work

Language of instruction

English

Aims

Understanding the steps of the publication process, improvement of writing and presentation skills

Contents

- Preparation of the data for publication
- Writing a paper: Figures and Tables, Legends, Results, Discussion, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Acknowledgements
- Contribution and order of the authors
- Submission and review process
- Revision

Requirements for participation

Participants must be fluent in English. This is not a language course.

Capacity

Max. 12 participants (6 per Graduate School)

Form of testing and examination

Active and regular participation

Links

http://bigs-neuroscience.de/
http://www.biotech-pharma.uni-bonn.de

Workshop-Module: Molecular Behavioral Genetics
Graduate School BIGS Neuroscience

Lecturers

Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmer, PD Dr. Andras Bilkei-Gorzo, Dr. Eva Drews

Date

TBA

Location

Institute of Molecular Psychiatry, Life & Brain

Type of course

Block course, lectures and guided practical work

Language of instruction

English

Aims

Methods of behavioral experiments in basic research. Insight in pharmacological and genetic mouse models used to analyze psychiatric disorders. Guided experiments on live animals.

Contents

- Administration of pharmaceuticals
- Animal models of psychiatric disorders
- Statistical analyses
- Animal protection law

Requirements for participation

Participants should be aware of the fact that they will work with live animals

Capacity

Max. 12 participants

Form of testing and examination

Active and regular participation

Links

http://bigs-neuroscience.de/