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Seminar


Date

Location

Speaker

Title

16.10.2018

16:00 Uhr

Hüfferstraße 1, Lecture hall

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Heinze
(Zoology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Regensburg)

The secret life of the solitary social insects - reproductive strategies of ant males.

25.10.2018

16:00 Uhr

SB

Vanessa von Kortzfleisch

Do too many cooks spoil the soup? Experimenter heterogenisation as a way to improve reproducibility in a multi-lab situation.

08.11.2018

16:00 Uhr

SB

Alexandra Mutwill

Yvonne Wesseler

The effects of individualised social niche on neuroendocrine profile in male guinea pigs.
Influence of social experience during adolescence on cortisol reactivity and social behaviour in female guinea pigs.

22.11.2018

16:00 Uhr

SB

Lena  Bohn

Marko Bračić

Optimistic and pessimistic decision-making under ambiguity: causes and consequences for niche choice and niche conformance.

27.11.2018

16:00 Uhr

Hüfferstraße 1, Lecture hall

Prof. Dr. Jens Rolff
(Evolutionary Biology, FU Berlin)


29.11.2018

16:00 Uhr

SB

Janina Feige-Diller

Viktoria Krakenberg

The influence of feeding routines on welfare in laboratory mice.

No train, no gain? Effects of daily touchscreen training on anxiety-like behaviour and stress hormone levels of mice.

06.12.2018

16:00 Uhr
SB
Binia Stieger

Eimear Murphy
Righty or Lefty: Lateralized behavior and welfare in mice.


17.12..2018

17:00 Uhr

Northern Kavaliershäuschen, Seminar room

Prof. Dr. Ralph Tollrian
(Animal Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity, Ruhr-University Bochum)

Living in a dangerous world: Ecology and evolution of inducible defenses.

19.12.2018

16:15 Uhr

Fliednerstr. 21, Room 129

Niklas Kästner

Of anxious males and angry females - how internal and external factors shape anxiety-like and social behaviour in mice.

09.01.2019

16:15 Uhr

Albert-Schweitzer-Campus 1,
Lecture hall

Prof. Dr. Hanno Würbel
(Clinical Research and Veterinary
Public Health, University of Bern)

More than 3Rs - Improving the validity and reproducibility of animal research.

17.01.2019

16:00 Uhr

SB
Christopher Klaymann
Louisa Bierbaum
Taylor Rystrom

Presentation of research module
Presentation of research module
The influence of social niche conformance on the biobehavioral profile of females in adolescence and beyond.

28.01.2019

17:00 Uhr
Northern Kavaliershäuschen, Seminar room Niklas KästnerOf anxious males and angry females - how internal and external factors shape anxiety-like and social behaviour in mice.
31.01.2019

16:00 Uhr
 SBLuca Melotti

Maximilian Wewer
Going at my own pace - Tailoring cog-nitive challenge to the individual to improve animal welfare.

Mixed housing of C57BL/6J and DBA/2N female mice: Implications for animal welfare and reproducibility.
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