The land of cheese, chocolate, and watches. But also the land of a great history of neurology and psychiatry (here is one example in the words of Wikipedia). In that context, I am delighted to announce a new collaboration of the Frohlich Lab and the Carolina Center for Neurostimulation with one of the leading Neurology departments in Europe, the Department of Neurology at the Insel Spital (University Hospital) in Bern. I have been appointed adjunct associate professor of neurology and my role will be to build bridges and contribute to teaching and research endeavors that span across the Atlantic. I am truly excited about this opportunity since science for me has always been a global collaboration.
What makes this particularly exciting is the innovative Sleep-Wake-Epilepsy-Centre run by Profs Bassetti and Schindler, which is at the forefront of studying network dynamics in both clinical and preclinical settings. This center is a place of cutting-edge research and outstanding patient care. We are honored to contribute and are looking forward to many exciting scientific endeavors. You can read more about the center here (pdf in English).
In addition, I would like to draw your attention to a new journal for which I am serving on the editorial board. It is called Clinical and Translational Neuroscience and published by Sage. This journal addresses a growing need for a journal that truly bridges science and medicine in the context of neurosciece. I encourage you to submit a manuscript!