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Séminaire impromptu - Diana Martinez

The involvement of dopamine in addiction...

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Séminaire impromptu - George Dragoi

Internal representation of spatial information...

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Séminaire impromptu - Stéphanie Debette

Stroke and dementia are leading causes of death and disability. Improving our understanding of the risk factors and pathophysiological mechanisms underlying these disorders is essential for preventative...

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Séminaire impromptu - Mark Bevan

My research focuses on the basal ganglia...

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Séminaire impromptu - Beulah Leitch

Dr Beulah Leitch PhD MRSNZ, Department of Anatomy, Brain Health Research Centre University of Otago, New Zealand
Brief Description of Research
Dr Leitch’s research interests are in cellular neuroscience...

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Séminaire impromptu - Adrian Palacios

Professeur au centre de neurosciences...

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Ecole d’été - Séminaire impromptu - ESCUBE: Hans Von Bokhoven - Leszec Kaczmarek

Tuesday 24th 
9h00-11h00: Hans Von Bokhoven, Amsterdam – Intellectual disabilities: from genetic disorders to synaptic pathways
11h00-13h00: Leszec Kaczmarek – From the gene expression to the extracellular...

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Ecole d’été - Séminaire impromptu - ESCUBE: Camilla Bellone - Daniel Choquet

Monday 23rd 
9h00-11h00: Camilla Bellone, Geneva – Drug-evoked synaptic plasticity in the mesolimbic system
11h00-13h00: Daniel Choquet, Bordeaux – Super resolution imaging to understand organization and...

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Ecole d’été - Séminaire impromptu - ESCUBE: François Lachapelle - Hannah Monyer

Friday 20th 
9h00-11h00: François Lachapelle, CARE - New EU directive on the use of animals in scientific research
11h00-13h00: Hannah Monyer, Heidelberg – GABAergic circuits in neuronal oscillations
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Séminaire impromptu - Shigeo Okabe

The development of neural circuits is regulated by a proper balance between synapse formation and elimination. In the early phase of neural circuit development, redundant connections between neurons may...

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Ecole d’été - Séminaire impromptu - Valérie Crépel - Nathalie Sans

Tuesday 17th 
9h00-11h00: Valérie Crépel, Marseille - Synaptic deficits in temporal lobe epilepsy
11h00-13h00: Nathalie Sans, Bordeaux – Cell Biology of Excitatory Synapses
 
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Ecole d’été - Séminaire impromptu - ESCUBE: Jie Shen - Antoine Adamanditis

Monday 16th

9h00-11h00: Jie Shen, Boston, US – Synaptic dysfunction and neurodegeneration
11h00-13h00: Antoine Adamantidis, Montréal, CA – Optogenetic dissection of neural circuits controlling behaviour

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Ecole d’été - Séminaire impromptu - ESCUBE: Thomas Kuner - Arthur Konnerth

Friday 13th

9h00-11h00: Thomas Kuner, Heidelberg – STORM, S3EM and beyond: 3D nanostructure of neuronal tissue
11h00-13h00: Arthur Konnerth, Munich – In vivo two-photon imaging of synaptic function in visual...

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Ecole d’été - Séminaire impromptu - ESCUBE: Valentin Naegerl - Stéphane Oliet

Tuesday 10th
9h00-11h00: Valentin Naegerl, Bordeaux – STED imaging of synapses in brain slices
11h00-13h00: Stéphane Oliet, Bordeaux – Contribution of astrocytes to synaptic functions
 
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Séminaire impromptu - Katsuhiko Mikoshiba

Research Area
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Ecole d’été - Séminaire impromptu - ESCUBE: Noemie Holderith - Mike Salter

The EScube lectures access are open to everybody from Bordeaux University

Monday 9th
9h00-11h00: Noemie Holderith, Budapest – Structural and functional differences in presynaptic active zones
11h00-13h00

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Séminaire impromptu - Yavin Shaham & Danai Riga

Jeudi 5 Septembre 2 séminaires impromptus à Magendie

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Séminaire impromptu - Katalin Toth

Functional heterogeneity among vesicles...

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Séminaire impromptu - Michael Bardo

Addict aux drogues....différences individuelles

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Séminaire impromptu - Frédéric Gambino

Frédéric Gambino invité par Yann Humeau de l'IINS
Long-term potentiation (LTP) of synaptic connections within layer (L) 2/3 of the somatosensory cortex is thought to underlie sensory experience-dependent...

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Séminaire impromptu - Giamal Luheshi

...cytokines et maladie mentale...

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Séminaire impromptu - Armin Giese

Séminaire ouvert à tous dans le cadre du DUUniversité Victor Segalen-Bordeaux 2 / Année 2013Inscrivez vous cette année au Diplôme Universitaire "Maladies Neurodégénératives"An university diploma: Neurodegenerative...

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Séminaire impromptu - Brit Mollenhauer

...alpha-synuclein in cerebrospinal fluid...

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Séminaire impromptu - Geoffrey Schoenbaum

Geoffrey Schoenbaum,  une invitation d'Etienne Coutureau
The orbitofrontal cortex is often critical to value-guided behavior and learning.  I will review evidence from inactivation and single-unit recording...

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Séminaire impromptu - Jean-Claude Lacaille


Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) encompass a wide spectrum of neuro-developmental diseases that are defined by deficits or unusual behaviors within three domains: social interactions, communication, and...

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Séminaire impromptu - Malcolm A Leissring

Une invitation de Jean Marc Orgogozo

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Séminaire impromptu - Cécile Bats

Invitation de Daniel Choquet
Most fast excitatory synaptic transmission in the central nervous system is mediated by AMPA receptors (AMPARs). AMPARs are tetramers formed from various combinations of the...

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Séminaire impromptu - Laurent Blanchoin

Séminaire dans le cadre du Club cytosquelette de BordeauxInvitation d'Isabelle Sagot de l' lBCG et d'Olivier Rossier de l'IINSThe organization of actin filaments into higher-ordered structures governs...

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Séminaire impromptu - Katsuhiko Mikoshiba

Une invitation de Valentin Nagerl
Research AreaThe brain is composed of billions of neurons and glial cells, and their intimate communications are very important for the higher brain function. One of the...

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Séminaire impromptu - Arnaud Echard

Une invitation de David Perrais de l'IINS.
Cell division ultimately relies on cytokinesis, which leads to the physical separation of the two daughter cells at the end of mitosis. Besides being essential...

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Séminaire impromptu - Georges Koob

Le Pr George Koob, directeur du laboratoire de Neurobiologie des troubles de l’addiction au Scripps Research Institute (USA) donnera une conférence sur “ Le plaisir, de l'homéostasie à la pathologie ...

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Séminaire impromptu - Rafal Bogacz

This talk will present a computational model assuming that during action selection the cortico-basal-ganglia circuit computes probabilities that considered motor plans are correct, according to Bayes'...

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Symposium - Alan Basbaum / Rolf-Detlef Treede

Des invitations de Daniel Voisin et Marc Landry
Vendredi 22 mars , Séminaires dans le cadre du Symposium "Fidex NeuroBIM" en association avec le Réseau Inserm de Recherche sur la Douleur. Conférences  prévue...

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Séminaire impromptu - Dimitri Ryczko / Séminaire Annulé

In mammals, dopaminergic (DA) neurons from the substantia nigra pars compacta (A9) and ventral tegmental area (A 10) modulate locomotion through the innervation of the basal ganglia, which in turn project...

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Séminaire impromptu - Andrew Trevelyan

Cortical activity levels rise and fall all the time, in oscillatory rhythms.  These rhythms appear to correspond to different brain states and processing functions.  On occasions however, activity may...

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Séminaire impromptu - Sébastien Bouret

The incidence of obesity is increasing at an alarming rate and this worldwide epidemic represents an ominous predictor of increases in diseases such as type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Epidemiological...

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Séminaire impromptu - Christophe Magnan

Fatty acid (FA) sensitive neurons are present in many sites throughout the brain, including the hypothalamus and brainstem, and play a key role in the neural control of energy and glucose homeostasis...

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Séminaire impromptu - Misa Arizono

The brain is composed of billions of neurons and glial cells, and their intimate communications are very important for the higher brain function. One of the key factors to achieve their proper communication...

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Séminaire impromptu - K.M. Hahn, Leica Scientific Forum

"Engineering Proteins to Spy and Steer Signaling in vivo"

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