Date 23.11.2020 2-4 pm
Location Zoom

CIBR will continue organizing interdisciplinary BRAIN Talks -seminars. The idea of the seminars is to bring together scientists from various fields, with a general interest in human behavior & brain. In the seminar researchers from different research areas within this general theme will present their current study or just generally the research field they are working in. After presentations there will be time for questions, discussions and networking.

The aim of the Brain Talks -seminars is to strengthen the interdisciplinary field of BRAIN research, enable researchers at the University of Jyväskylä to hear and learn about different focus areas, and offer a platform for scientific discussion across disciplines.

The seminar will take place in Zoom

Brain in depression and aging – alterations in automatic sensory processing
Postdoctoral Researcher Elisa Ruohonen, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tampere University

Bugs, poo, and behavior – research for the wellbeing of the brain, mind, body and gut
Postdoctoral Researcher Sanna Lensu, Department of Psychology, JYU


Please register before 19th of November:



You are warmly welcome to join this event and continue our inter- (& cross- & multi- & trans) disciplinary tradition!

You will get a Zoom-link before the seminars in your e-mail.




Anniina Tuomola
Project coordinator, CIBR
+358 50 4312 532