Prof. Dr. Ben Godde
(c) Bjoern Hake

Dr. Ben Godde is Professor of Neuroscience at Jacobs University Bremen.  He is mainly interested in the plasticity of basic cortical information processing as well as higher cognitive functions in humans.

Having expertise in a variety of brain research methods in animals and humans, including electrophysiology, functional brain imaging, and psychophysiology, he investigates environments and interventions in order to maintain and improve perceptual, motor, and cognitive functioning in older adults as well as to promote lifelong learning. In human performance, the research group examines the role of physical activity and fitness in the psychological and neurological functioning over the lifespan.