Symposium Prenatal Stress and Brain Disorders in Later Life

September 20.222, 2015 Berlin, Germany

Post-event report

The Symposium Prenatal Stress and Brain Disorders in Later Life in Berlin was a successful event that brought together renowned scientists and students from multiple disciplines such as medicine, neurology, epidemiology, biology, biochemistry, psychiatry, psychology, perinatal-and neonatal medicine, and gynecology in an effort to address the impact of prenatal stress on programming of brain function in later life and to discuss innovative interventional approaches to this challenge.


21092015.5 neu

Group photo

At the two-day meeting, around 65 participants were involved in lively discussions both during and after the sessions on the current research and on ideas and to foster new approaches and directions for future research in this exciting field. At the meeting we were joined by the award-winning journalist Volkart Wildermuth who interviewed several of the speakers in between the sessions and did a radio feature on the radio station Deutschlandfunk. Link to the audio feature



International Child Neurology Congress 2016

The theme of ICNC 2016 will be:
“Bridging Worlds; Child Neurology from a Global Perspective”.

Read more about the 14th International Child Neurology Congress from May 1st – 5th, 2016 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands: ICNC 2016



Symposium and Summer School Berlin and Jena, September 20–24, 2015


Life Length awarded best new company in Technlogical Innovation by the Community of Madrid


Stress during pregnancy is a risk factor for later depression and other illnesses.


Der Spiegel "Das Leben vor der Geburt"


Successful Kick-Off Meeting of the BrainAge Consortium at Jena University Hospital

June 25-26, 2012, Jena University Hospital


Kick-off Meeting Brainage

Monday, June 25, 2012, Jena University Hospital





Jena University Hospital

Department of Neurology

Erlanger Allee 101

07747 Jena

Phone:  0049 3641 9 323 401

Telefax: 0049 3641 9 323 402