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The Project Repository Journal (PRj) is now online

The latest TOBeATPAIN article  written by Marzia Malcangio can be found on page 72 of this ninth edition.

Zerina Kurtovic (ESR5) participates in a 3-MT competition

One of the aims of the 3-MT competition is to challenge PhD students to present their research to a non-scientific audience in 3 minutes. The idea is to explain one’s project in an understandable manner without dumbing it down. BH 3-MT is the first time a competition of this type was organized in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it was truly a pleasure to try to disseminate my research to people in my home country. It was a particularly joyful experience because I contributed to putting science on the agenda of public discussion. I feel really honored to have won 1st Prize in the Public Voting part of the competition with more than 4K likes on YouTube and 15K views. You can watch my video on the following link:

‘Exploring novel macrophage-associated mechanisms in autoantibody-induced pain’

The TOBeATPAIN Winter School took place on the 27th, 28th and 29th January 2021.  This was a virtual event hosted by Prof. Michaela Kress at the Medizinische Universitat Innsbruck.

Topics covered included Neurodegenerative diseases, Rheumatic diseases and Peripheral neuropathies.  

Guest speakers included 

Prof. John Hardy, Chair of Molecular Biology of Neurological Disease, University College London

Prof. Marco Prinz, Institute of Neuroopathologie, University Medical Centre, Frieburg

Prof. Richard M. Ransohoff MD Third Rock Ventures, Boston

Review by Jeiny Luna-Choconta ESR6
Transferable Skills Five ‘Knowledge creation: Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation’ presented by Prof. Ted Price, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, University of Texas Dallas

Fátima Gimeno-Ferrer presented a Poster at the Society for Neuroscience Global Connectome virtual event on Wednesday 13th January 2021

Title: “Cgrp dose-dependently influences neuronal excitability and cortical spreading depolarization (csd) in rodents”


Amplitudes and propagation of cortical spreading depolarization (CSD) in adult rats are influenced by Calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP).

Gimeno-Ferrer, F; Richter, F; Bauer, R; Lehmenkuhler, A; Schaible, HG.ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA 227 (Suppl. 719 ) SI, B 01-6

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No 764860.