clock-drawing-test, a measure of cognitive decline in Alzheimer patients

Neurodegeneration in Alzheimer's disease - early mechanisms and consequences in animal models

The NEURAD Ph.D. Graduate School is dedicated to study Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The common aim of the consortium is to study the early patho-mechanisms of AD, the consequences for the functioning of neuronal networks and for deficits in memory performance in animal models. The NEURAD Ph.D. early stage researchers will benefit from different aspects during the training programme in a variety of fields:

  • biochemistry
  • molecular biology
  • neuropathology
  • mouse behaviour
  • quantitative anatomy
  • cell biology
  • electrophysiology
  • communication and management skills
  • training in pharmaceutical company

NEURAD - Alzheimer Graduate School
Prof. Dr. Thomas Bayer
University of Göttingen
Department of Psychiatry
Division of Molecular Psychiatry
Von-Siebold-Straße 5
37075 Göttingen
Phone:  0049-(0)-551-39-22911 or 22912
Fax:  0049-(0)-551-39-10291