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45th meeting of the European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS)

Du 6 septembre 2013 au 9 septembre 2013

Dear colleagues,

It is my pleasure to invite you to attend our 45th meeting of the European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS), which will be held September 6-9, 2013 in Munich. Being the oldest international neuroscience society, founded in 1968, the main purpose of the EBBS is to stimulate the exchange of information between scientists interested in the relationship of brain mechanisms and behaviour, in its broadest sense. Thereby this meeting is welcoming both basic scientists and clinicians, and is the ideal meeting point for everybody studying the interplay of the brain, behaviour and disease. The meeting is actively supported by the Munich Center for Neurosciences – Brain & Mind (MCN) of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU), which is a network comprised of all local groups and disciplines with interests related to neurobiology, cognition and “brain and mind”.

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Satellite Symposium: Behavioural flexibility in normal and diseased brain
Location: MPI of Psychiatry
Chair: Jacques Micheau, University of Bordeaux, FRA
Gernot Riedel, University of Aberdeen, UK

Hippocampal dynamics during encoding of a contextually ambiguous
Vincent Hok. University of Aix-Marseille, FRA

Pattern separation in the brain: What, why, where, when and how?
Timothy Bussey. University of Camgridge, UK

Pattern separation in the human Hippocampus
Michael Yassa. Johns Hopkins University, USA

Bridging temporal gaps: the source of long-term memory degradation in aging
Aline Marighetto. University of Bordeaux, FRA

Glutamatergic transmission and behavioural flexibility
Thomas Steckler. Johnson & Johnson, BEL

Pattern separation shift to pattern completion in GluK2 KO mice?
Gernot Riedel, University of Aberdeen, UK
Three automated flexibility tests conducted in mice in the same home cage situation.

Berry Spruijt, Delta Phenomics, NL
Effects of hippocampal and striatal lesions on cognitive flexibility in mice, tested in an automated touchscreen testing method

Anelise Marti, CNS Disease Research Boehringer Ingelheim, GER
Dopaminergic neurotransmission and impulsive behaviour.

Marcel van Gaalen, Neuroscience Research, Abbott GmbH, GER
Modelling behavioural plasticity in rodents: a translational approach of some symptoms of psychiatric or neurological diseases.
Olivier Bergis, SANOFI, FRA

W1. Workshop - The forgotten tenets of behavioural neuroscience: power, reliability and reproducibility
Location: Lecture Hall A140
Chair: Simone Macri. Instituto Superiore di Santiá, ITA
Hanno Wuerbel, University of Bern, CH
High-quality laboratory animal science: fundamental principles

Malcom MacLeod. University Edinburgh, UK
Internal validity of experimental studies

Simone Macri. Instituto Superiore di Santiá, ITA
Standardization - fallacy or necessity?

Franz Josef van der Staay. University Utrecht, NL
Improving external validity - advantages and limitations of heterogenization

Hanno Wuerbel. University of Bern, CH
W2. Workshop - Advanced genetic methods in the modern neuroendocrinology
Location: Lecture Hall A240
Chair: Valery Grinevich, German Cancer Research Center, GER

Alon Chen, Weizmann Institute of Science, IL
Dissecting the central stress response using site-specific genetic manipulation in adult mice

Alon Chen.Weizmann Institute of Science, IL
Using gain- and -loss of function mouse models to address the CRH/CRHR1 system

Jan Deussing. Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, GER
Exploration of anatomy and physiology of hypothalamic neurons by viral techniques

Valery Grinevich. German Cancer Research Center, GER
Using the zebrafish model to study hypothalamic development and function

Gil Levkowitz. Weizmann Institute of Science, IL
Location: Große Aula
Dr. Mathias Schmidt, Chair of the Local Organizing Committee

Prof. Martine Ammassari-Teule, President of the EBBS
L1. Opening Plenary Lecture
Location: Große Aula
Chair: t.b.a
Ernst Fehr, University of Zurich, CH
16:30-17:00    Coffee break
S1. Challenging the dogma: How declarative is declarative memory?
Location: Lecture Hall A140

Chair: Yadin Dudai, Weizmann Institute, IL
Expressed and non-expressed memory traces

Christina Alberini. New York University, USA
Memories 'declared' by single neurons

Howard Eichenbaum. Boston University, USA
Episodic memories nondeclared

Katharina Henke. Bern University, CH
The declarativeness of declarative consolidaiton
Yadin Dudai. Weizmann Institute, IL

S2. Brain plasticity: studies in normal and abnormal development
Location: Lecture Hall A240
Chair: Thalía Harmony, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Cortical Plasticity in the developing brain: Specific auditory training impacts early acoustic mapping
April Benasich, State University of New Jersey, USA

Structural network analysis in brain development
Alan Evans. McGill University, CAN

Structural connectivity in the developing preterm brain
Gareth Ball. King's College London, UK

Early neurohabilitatory treatment improves motor development
Thalía Harmony. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, MEX