Welcome at the United Neuroscience Campus Lund - Rostock (UNC)

Crossing boundaries, where things become exciting

The United Neuroscience Campus (UNC) is a virtual campus beyond the Lund (Sweden) and Rostock (Germany) locations on key neuroscience topics. The UNC is a scientific platform to come together, to exchange expertise and ideas and to develop new treatments and preventions in neurodegenerative diseases.

Successful 1st Virtual Neuroscience Workshop Lund – Rostock

October 2021

The initiative of a United Neuroscience Campus Lund - Rostock (UNC) was starting with the first virtual scientific workshop on “Key questions and methods in the field of neurodegenerative diseases in Lund and Rostock”, on October 20, 2021, 2 pm – 7 pm.

The goals were to get in contact with researchers from Rostock and Lund, to present and get to know the scientific key questions and methods of both scientific locations. The information will lay the basis for future collaborations and projects.

The Dean of the Faculty of Medicine Lund, Prof. Kristina Åkesson and the Dean of the University Medical Centre Rostock, Prof. Emil Reisinger welcomed the participants. The project leader Prof. Alexander Storch (CTNR Speaker) and Prof. Per Odin (Neurology Lund) introduced the initiative. The workshop programme consisted of experimental and clinical key speakers who presented their scientific questions in the field of neurodegenerative diseases. 62 participants from both countries took part online, with six lectures from Rostock and eight from Lund.

Programme and Abstracts

MASTER THESIS PROJECTS at Lund University Medical Faculty

June 2021

The United Neuroscience Campus (UNC) Lund – Rostock starts with a connection between the CTNR (Centre for Transdisciplinary Neurosciences Rostock) and the MultiPark (Multidisciplinary research focused on Parkinson´s disease).

The overarching strategic goals of the United Neuroscience Campus Lund - Rostock initiative are the promotion of young researchers, internationalisation, increasing the visibility of the community, and stimulating international collaborative research projects and publications. The planned measures are student/doctoral exchange programmes, bilateral events and special supports.

Prof. Angela Cenci Nilsson (Lund) is now kick-starting the Lund-Rostock exchange already from this autumn by the offer to host some master students from Rostock in the field of neuropharmacology and neuroscience.

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