Events for Specialized Staff & Interested Parties
Information Stand of the Self-Help Groups at the ZI
In collaboration with Mannheim's Gesundheitstreffpunkt (health meeting place), contact persons from a number of self-help groups hold information sessions for patients, relatives and staff of the ZI, in the foyer of the Therapiegebäude (therapy building) from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. every last Wednesday of the month.
|November||Mo, 26.11.||Angehörige von Menschen mit Depressionen |
|December||Fr, 28.12.||Kreuzbund |
Mannheimer Initiative für Psychiatrieerfahrene (MIPE)
Regular Get-Togethers of the MIPE (Mannheim Initiative for those who have Experienced Psychiatry)
Regular get-togethers of the Mannheim initiative for those who have experienced psychiatry
Every first and third Friday in the month from 6 p.m.
Tagesstätte (day care center) Mannheim in J 3, 8
– opposite the Zl Suchtzentrum (addiction center)
Contact: Ulrike - Tel.: +49 (0) 621 476726
Scientific Events at the ZI
Scientific Conference of the Institute for Addiction Research
The event takes place in J4, 2A in the Zl’s Suchtzentrum (addiction center) (outpatient clinic), on the 4th floor, in the seminar room or large lecture theater (HS1) of the Therapiegebäude (therapy building) either from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. every Wednesday.
Seminar for Psychopharmacology
This event takes place in J5 in the seminar room on the 4th floor of the Zl’s Laborgebäude (laboratory building – 4.20) from 10.30 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Monday.
|Anita Hansson||will organize Poster-presentations (SFB1134)|
|Luiza Spiegel||will present her working plan|
|Janet Barroso||talk about ongoing experiments|
|Rick Bernardi||wll talk obaout ongoing experiments|
|Work Group Leader Meeting|
Scientific Conference of the Department of Child and Andolescent Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
Organizer: Dr. Sarah Hohmann
Phone: +49 (0) 621 1703-4522, e-mail
The event takes place in J 5 in the Zl’s Therapiegebäude (therapy building) in the lecture theater (HS1) on the 1st floor from 9.00 a.m. to 9.50 a.m. every Thursday.
|08.11.2018||Dr. Johanna Schilke||Use of psychotropic drugs in patients with autism spectrum disorders|
|15.11.2018||Nina Trautmann||Chronotherapie im Kindes- und Jugendalter|
in the HS 2
|Prof. Dr. Gerhard Gründer||Therapie und Antipsychotika: State of Art / Teil 2|
Machine Learning for Neural & Behavioral Data Analysis
The MLC brings together researchers in the field of machine learning and experimental scientists to discuss recent developments and a wide range of data analysis topics in the neuro- and behavioral sciences. It is a relatively informal mixture of journal club, methodological discussions, data analysis issues, tutorials, informal presentations, and invited talks. Everybody with an interest in machine learning or on how to best tackle current challenges in data analysis is welcome to join, but should also bring an interest in actively contributing to the MLC."
Time: Fridays, biweekly, 15.00-16.00
Location: Seminar room in ZI lab building
Organizers: Jerome Foo, Daniel Durstewitz
Scientific Institute Colloquium, SFB 636 & KFO 256
Organization and Contact Partners
|Organization of the|
Scientific Institute Colloquiums
|Head||Prof. Dr. Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg||Phone: 0621 1703-2001|
|Organization||Dr. Susanne Ratzka||Phone: 0621 1703-2003|
|Organization||Nicola Gerth||Tel.: 0621 1703-2004|
|Organization of the SFB 636 lectures|
Prof. Dr. Herta Flor
Phone: 0621 1703-6302
Prof. Dr. Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg
Phone: 0621 1703-2001
Prof. Dr. Andreas Draguhn
Phone: 06221 54-4057
apl. Prof. Dr.
Phone: 0621 1703-2901
Dr. Artemis Tsoupas,
Dr. Maren Struve
Phone: 0621 1703-6317
Phone: 0621 1703-6317
|Organization of the KFO 256 lectures|
|Speaker||Prof. Dr. Martin Bohus||Phone: 0621 1703-4001|
|Deputy Speaker||Prof. Dr. Sabine C. Herpertz||Phone: 06221 56-4466|
|Head of the KFO||Prof. Dr. Christian Schmahl||Phone: 0621 1703-4021|
Information for Participants
Dear Scientifically-Active and Interested Employees,
On Tuesdays, the Scientific Institute Colloquium takes place at the ZI with nationally and internationally-renowned speakers; the colloquium focuses on the main research areas of the individual working groups. Generally on the first Tuesday of each month, the SFB 636 invites designated experts from the individual fields of research to the lecture. (There could be last-minute changes due to the individuals’ schedules). In general, those who have issued the invitations are primarily responsible for looking after their guest and are the points of contact should there be questions on the content.
In the Current Events (see below), you can find information at any time on free dates/times, the already scheduled speakers, their lecture titles and the contact person/people. All employees of the Zl are warmly invited to attend these events!
The allocation of appointments for speakers should be agreed upon with the organizing team. You are always welcome to contact us with your own contributions or suggestions for external speakers. We would also like to appeal especially to our in-house junior scientists and invite you to report on your work. This can be done in twos or as a sole speaker, presenting topics or independent research in connection with pre-clinical and clinical subjects.
We look forward to new speakers with interesting lectures, an enthusiastic audience and new scientific discoveries from 2018 / 2019!
Your Organizing Team, Dr. Melanie Fritz and Nicola Gerth
Events in the second-half of 2018
The events of the Scientific Institute Colloquium (WK), the 636 special research field of “Learning, memory and brain plasticity: implications for psychopathology” (SFB 636) and the 256 clinical research group "Mechanisms in disturbed emotion regulation in borderline personality disorders" (KFO 256), take place every Tuesday in J5 at the ClMH’s Therapiegebäude (therapy building) in the lecture theater (HS1) on the 1st floor from 12 p.m.
Events in the first-half of 2019
The events of the Scientific Institute Colloquium (WK), the 636 special research field of “Learning, memory and brain plasticity: implications for psychopathology” (SFB 636) and the 256 clinical research group "Mechanisms in disturbed emotion regulation in borderline personality disorders" (KFO 256), take place every Tuesday in J 5 at the CIMH’s Therapiegebäude (main medical building) in the lecture theater (HS1) on the 1st floor from 12 p.m.
Medical Education for Physicians, Psychotherapeutics etc.
Further Training Seminar of the Department for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Childhood & Adolescence
The Department for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Childhood and Adolescence at the Zentralinstitut für Seelische Gesundheit (Central Institute of Mental Health) in Mannheim issues regular invitations to the training seminars for doctors, psychotherapists and members of allied professions.
The event will be certified by the State Medical Association of Baden-Württemberg with two points. These continuing education/further training credits are also recognized by other medical associations.
We have promised the State Medical Association that we will personally hand over participation certificates at the end of the event to those who have registered their interest on the participant list which will have been handed around. Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to issue a copy thereafter or to forward one by post.
The events take place in J5 at the Zl’s Therapiegebäude (therapy building) in the large lecture theater (HS1) on the 1st floor on the announced dates from 4.15 p.m. to 6 p.m.
|21.11.2018||Prof. Dr. Gerd Schulte-Körne, Direktor der Klinik für Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie, Psychosomatik du Psychotherapie am Klinikum der Universität München||Evidenz- und konsensbasierte Diagnostik und Förderung bei der Rechenstörung|
|30.01.2019||Prof. Dr. med. Katja Becker, Direktorin der Klinik für Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie, Psychosomatik und Psychotherapie am Universitätsklinikum Gießen und Marburg||ADHS im Vorschulalter?|
External Congresses and Meetings
Education & Further Training at the CIMH
The CPP Mannheim offers a Postgradual Program in Psychological Psychotherapy for adults and children and adolescents (Applications are posssible at any time, the courses start every year).