About me

Goran Papenberg is a Principle Researcher at the Aging Research Center. He conducted his PhD in Psychology at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development (Berlin, Germany), awarded in 2012 by the Free University in Berlin. Since then, he continued with this research as postdoctoral research fellow and assistant professor at the Aging Research Center. His main field of research are the molecular contributions to cognitive aging, with a special focus on dopamine and neuroinflammation. He uses genetic, epigenetic, lifestyle and neuroimaging techniques (Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Positron Emission Tomography) to understand the heterogeneity in brain and cognitive aging.

Research description

Principle Investigator of the Following Projects