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International Research Training Group

Neuroscience of Modulating Aggression and

Impulsivity in Psychopathology

Uka_landeplatz

Uniklinik RWTH Aachen

Cures, research, teaching

RWTH_Aachen

RWTH Aachen University

Over 8000 international students

from 125 countries

Penn campus

University of Pennsylvania

Leges sine moribus vanae

Juelich

Forschungszentrum Jülich

IRTG 2150 – The Neuroscience of Modulating Aggression and Impulsivity in Psychopathology

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One PhD position and Medical Students positions
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Aachen

Germany

RWTH University

School of Medicine, School of Mathematics,Computer Science and Natural Sciences

Jülich

Germany

Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Institutes of Neuroscience and Medicine (INM-3, -4, -6, -10, -11)

Philadelphia

U.S.A

University of Pennsylvania

School of Medicine, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering and Applied Science

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We would like to remind you of the upcoming talk given by Prof. Inga Neumann (Neurobiology/Animal Physiology; University of Regensburg)  within the framework of the International Research Training Group (IRTG 2150, The Neuroscience of Modulating Aggression and Impulsivity in Psychopathology).
The talk is entitled: Brain neuropeptides regulate socio-emotional behaviour: From social preference to social fear

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