The Berlin–Bochum Memory Alliance is a transregional collaborative initiative of four DFG-funded consortia. Its goal is to create synergies across consortiums, by providing a platform for members to share ongoing memory research and to network. To this end, the alliance hosts joint events and supports self-organised initiatives of its early-career researchers.

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CRC 874 – Integration and Representation of Sensory Processes

Speaker: Denise Manahan-Vaughan
Find out more @ sfb874.rub.de

CRC 1280 – Extinction Learning

Speaker: Onur Güntürkün
Find out more @ 
sfb1280.rub.de


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CRC 1315 – Mechanisms and Disturbances in Memory Consolidation: From Synapses to Systems

Speaker: Matthew Larkum
Find out more @ 
sfb1315.de 

FOR 2812 – Constructing Scenarios of the Past: A New Framework in Episodic Memory

Speaker: Sen Cheng
Find out more @ for2812.rub.de

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Aims of the Alliance

Gobal - Strengthen memory research
in Germany

Specific - Discover new opportunities to collaborate and create joint projects


Specific - Support early career researchers and building a young scientist network


Specific - Share results and engaging in outreach

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Contact us!

Sabine Dannenberg – sfb874@ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Sandra Linn – sfb1280@ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Marylu Grossmann – sfb1315@hu-berlin.de
Vinita Samarasinghe – for2812@ruhr-uni-bochum.de