Isabelle Mansuy: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2019

Name Prof. Dr. Isabelle Mansuy
Institut für Neurowissenschaften
ETH Zürich, Y55 H 66
Winterthurerstrasse 190
8057 Zürich
Telephone+41 44 635 33 60
Fax+41 44 635 33 03
DepartmentHealth Sciences and Technology
RelationshipFull Professor

376-1346-00LStudy of Epigenetic Mechanisms in Mental Health Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 8

The enrolment is done by the D-BIOL study administration.
6 credits7GI. Mansuy
AbstractThis block course is focused on the study of the epigenetic mechanisms that regulate complex brain functions and behavior. It provides an overview of molecular methods used in experimental mice or in human samples to investigate epigenetic processes that control genome activity and gene expression, and are associated with cognitive functions and behavioral responses.
ObjectiveThe purpose is to learn the principles of major methods in epigenetics that allow examine genome activity at the level of DNA, RNA or protein, in the context of complex brain functions.
Content4 independent projects for 3 students each covering various aspects of epigenetic mechanisms. It will focus on state-of-the-art techniques to measure or manipulate gene expression and gene activity in the adult brain or in cell culture, and analyse the effects in vitro or in vivo using omics analyses, molecular and biochemical tools and behavioral testing.
Lecture notesProvided at the beginning of the practical.
376-1414-01LCurrent Topics in Brain Research (FS)1 credit1.5KI. Mansuy, F. Helmchen, further lecturers
AbstractDifferent national and international scientific guests are invited to present and discuss their most recent scientific results.
ObjectiveThe aim is to exchange scientific knowledge and data as well as to promote communication and collaborations amongst researchers. Students taking the course participate in all seminars within one semester and write a critical report about one seminar of their choice. Prof. Isabelle / Dr. Silvia Schelbert will send instructions for this report to students who have registered for the course.
ContentDifferent scientific guests working in the field of molecular cognition, neurochemistry, neuromorphology and neurophysiology present their latest scientific results.
Lecture notesno handout
Literatureno literature