Prof. Dr. Magdalena Sauvage

Magdalena Sauvage is a director of the Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology in Magdeburg where she leads the Functional Architecture of Memory Department. She organizes the biennal international interdisciplinary and interspecies conference series “Functional Architecture of Memory” and focuses on identifying the neural basis of memory function in health and pathology. To this end, she implements innovative human to rodent behavioral translational approaches combined to high-resolution molecular imaging techniques, optogenetics and single-cell in-vivo electrophysiology. She has also developed some of the few fMRI compatible cognitive tasks existing in awake rats worldwide and will contribute this translational expertise to the center.

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