Check out our latest paper (in press) in Physiology & Behavior on retraining automatic action tendencies in obesity by Nora Mehl, Lara Mueller-Wieland, O’Brain alumni David Mathar, and Annette Horstmann. Read more here
The Integrated Research and Treatment Center (IFB) AdiposityDiseases calls for application for an internship (6–8 Weeks). The application’s deadline is May 6th, 2018. Application Call (PDF)
We are very pleased to announce that Maria Poessel and Annette Horstmann, in collaboration with Thomas Hummel (from the Smell and Taste Center), have been awarded a research grant by the Roland Ernst Foundation, worth 108.000 €. We will explore the influence of smell perception on eating behavior in obesity using EEG and fMRI. With this...
Our very own Lieneke Janssen has been selected as one of only 600 junior scientists to join the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings (in Lindau) for a week in June. We are proud and congratulate Lieneke!
We are looking for a research assistant in the field of computer science or related field of studies. Experience in WordPress and web technologies (HTML, CSS, JS) would be desirable. Further details (in German) can be found in the application call below. Job posting (PDF)
It’s 2018, and our lab is entering its fifth year. The project started out as a The O’Brain Project – a joint venture between Jane Neumann & Annette Horstmann. We have had some very exciting and productive years. However, recently there have been some changes, and it’s a good time to...
[UPDATE, January, 19th 2018] Position closed. As of now we are looking for a medical student assistant. Further details can be found in the application call. Please send your application documents to: Suse Prejawa Job posting (PDF)
[UPDATE: Position closed] We are looking for a scientific researcher to join our lab. The position will be filled as soon as possible. We are looking forward to receiving your applications. Zur Ausschreibung
Our PhD students Filip Morys & Nora Mehl won the prize for best poster at the 33rd Annual Conference of the German Obesity Society in Potsdam. Filip presented their work on “the neural correlates of cognitive bias modification in obesity”. Congratulations to both!