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Satellite Events

Jul
08

SE13 – Meeting of the European Neuroscience Society (EMCCS): Understanding cognition in the healthy and diseases brain: From molecules to networks (10:00-18:00)

Examples of cutting-edge neuroscientific research in 3 sessions that will cover research on the molecular, cellular and systems aspects of cognition in the healthy and diseases brain.

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Jul
08

SE14 – Neurosciences in Space (09:00-17:00)

Cady Coleman inserting conductive gel to the EEG-capturing scalp of the Neurospat experiment. The Neurospat is a study of spatial cognition, novelty processing and sensorimotor integration, composed of two principal experimental tasks: visual orientation and visuomotor tracking, plus additional, standardized electroencephalogram (EEG) tasks performed as a means of assessing general effects of the space station environment on EEG signals. ©ESA/NASA

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Jul
08

SE07 – The crucial balance of NO signalling – from Synapse to Disease (09:00-20:00)

This Symposium has been organised to bring together researchers from world-leading laboratories studying the elusive roles of NO signalling in the brain and will focus on physiological and pathological effects of this so-called Janus molecule.

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Jul
08

SE16 – Advances in biology and Technology for spinal cord repair information for the website (09:00-18:00)

We hope to welcome both scientists and clinicians as well as companies and patients. Note that the meeting will be wheelchair-accessible.
Attendance is free but registration is mandatory: Deadline: June 15, 2022
For more information on the scientific program you can follow the registration link below.

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Jul
08

SE11 – Cancer and cancer treatments on cognitive functions: At the era of comprehensive mechanisms (09:30-18:30)

The aim of this satellite event is to share recent European and international research on the impact of cancer and treatments on brain function, addressing neuropsychological, neurobiological, and pathophysiological mechanisms, towards the identification of predictive biomarkers and validation of prevention tools.

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Jul
07

SE05 – The Neuroarcheology of brain disorders and GABA signals (July 7 15:00 until July 19:00)

Our satellite meeting is organized in the spirit of transcending the limits between experimental and applied research to illustrate how understanding brain development is indispensable to develop novel treatments of brain disorders including Autism, Parkinson, Huntington or Alzheimer Disease.

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Jul
08

SE10 – The cognitive thalamus (09:00-18:00)

Our satellite meeting is organized in the spirit of bringing together research colleagues who are interested in the thalamus and investigate its role in cognition, especially through its interactions with the hippocampal formation and prefrontal areas, its contribution to cognitive and behavioral brain functions and/or dysfunctions; and as a treatment target for neurological and psychiatric diseases.

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Jul
08

SE12 – New vistas on circuit anatomy and function – from Cajal to now (14:30-19:30)

Meet at College de France to discuss new ways to study cellular circuits.

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Jul
08

SE09 – Lifelong effects of early life experiences on brain and behavior (09:00-17:00)

This satellite event will give an overview of our current knowledge on the neurodevelopmental, molecular, and epigenetic substrates mediating the effects of perinatal insults on neurobiological and behavioral outcomes ranging from metabolic and reproductive disorders to autism.

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Jul
08

SE08 – Cajal’s challenge accepted: Sharpening the toolbox for in vivo cell fate conversion (09:00-20:00)

To move the field from proof-of-principle to preclinical studies requires an improved toolbox.

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