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Evénements 2017

Symposium - 10ÈME JOURNÉE NUTRITION-NEUROSCIENCE

10:00-10:30: Welcome / coffee
 10:30-13:00: Session 110:30-11:00    Ashley Castellanos (PhD student Neurocentre Magendie, Bordeaux)Unraveling the hypothalamic role of bile acids in metabolic control
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Séminaire impromptu - André Fischer

Major Research Interests The long-term goal of our research is to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying brain diseases and to develop neuroprotective and neurodegenerative therapeutic...

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Séminaire impromptu - Angela Cenci

 Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients experience loss of normal motor function (hypokinesia), but can develop uncontrollable movements known as dyskinesia upon treatment with L-DOPA. Poverty or excess of...

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Séminaire - Antoine Adamantidis

Thalamic relay supports onset, synchrony and travelling of cortical...

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Séminaire impromptu - Arianna Rinaldi / séminaire annulé !

 When confronting with stress, most individuals are resilient to its deleterious effects while a minor population develops long-lasting reactions. The molecular mechanisms of such divergent behavioral...

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Séminaire impromptu - Arne Battefeld

 The name white matter stems from the lipid rich myelin layers produced by oligodendrocytes, however, substantial numbers of oligodendrocytes can be found in the neocortical grey matter. Besides increase...

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Séminaire impromptu - Ben Goult

The Cytoskeleton Club will welcome next monday on Monday April 10th, 2017 at 14h30 in the conference hall at the CGFB (PGF) in Bordeaux-Carreire Campus  Adhesions between cells and the surrounding extracellular...

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Symposium - Biology of Décision Making

The objective of this three-day symposium will be to gather people from different research fields with different approaches (economics, ethology, psychiatry, neural and computational approaches) to decision...

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Séminaire - Byron Yu

how neurons interact during learning...

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Cajal Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme

16 conférences de haut niveau en entrée libre....

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Séminaire - Charlie Wilson

the true role of oscillatory phenomena..

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Conférence mensuelle - Christian Luscher

mechanisms that underlie the behavioral adaptations...

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Symposium - Circuit Development, Dynamics and Cognition

Circuit Development, Dynamics and Cognition / Organisteurs; N. Sans & B. RobertDate et lieu: Mardi 5 Décembre 2017, Institut François Magendie
 Programme détaillé
9h00-9h30 Valérie Crepel (Inmed, Marseille)...

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Séminaire impromptu - Claude MESSIER

 Oligodendrocyte progenitor cells (OPCs; also known as NG2-glial cells, synantocytes, or polydendrocytes) are a type of glial cells that give rise, as their name suggests, to myelinating oligodendrocytes...

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Symposium - CNS Injuries

FREE entry / For the logistics, registration on  this doodle below !https://beta.doodle.com/poll/ds583ne8kqqp3e8a#tableInjury to the brain and/or the spinal cord results in long-lasting cognitive, sensory...

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Événement - Conférence Bordeaux Neurocampus 2017 et Inauguration

Depuis trois ans, Bordeaux Neurocampus organise chaque année à l’automne, des rencontres scientifiques internationales prestigieuses. Pendant 3 jours, 250 participants échangent avec une vingtaine d'intervenants...

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Séminaire - Diego Alvarez

remodeling of dentate gyrus microcircuits...

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Séminaire - Eisuke Koya

If a cue no longer predicts food...

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Séminaire impromptu - Etienne Hebert-Chatelain

Mitochondria are crucial organelles for brain physiology. They produce the most part of ATP used by cells, are important source of reactive oxygen species, regulate calcium homeostasis and contain pro-apoptotic...

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Symposium - European Birdsong Meeting

 Arthur Leblois de l'IMN organise cette année à Bordeaux  un  colloque sur les mécanismes biologiques mis en jeu dans l'apprentissage du chant chez l'oiseau et ses fonctions sociales.En effet l'oiseau...

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Séminaire impromptu - Freddy Jeanneteau

 Static assembly of multiple cell types in the brain is not sustainable when physiological state deviates from homeostasis.  Cellular networks must adapt to changes in the environment, aging and disease...

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Séminaire impromptu - Friedemann PAUL

 Imaging of the retina with the help of high resolution spectral domain optical coherence tomography (OCT) has leveraged both clinical and preclinical investigations of inflammatory and autoimmune processes...

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Frontiers In Neurophotonics

Registration is required for all participants. You need to register before submitting an abstract.  www.frontiersneurophotonics.orgThe total number of participants is limited to 150.The conference fees...

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Séminaire impromptu - Guillaume van Niel

 Exosomes are a nano-sized subclass of Extracellular Vesicles (EVs), released by a wide variety of cell types, that have been implicated in many important physiological and pathological processes. Despite...

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Séminaire - Jaideep Bains

stress creates a synaptic memory trace....

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Séminaire impromptu - Jeffrey Holt

 Molecular identification of ion channels that mediate sensory  transduction has been a major focus in the field of sensory biology for many years, yet, the proteins that form sensory transduction channels ...

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Séminaire impromptu - Jeffrey S Diamond

Our laboratory seeks to understand how the brain receives, computes, encodes and transmits information. More specifically, we’d like to learn which biophysical and morphological features equip synapses...

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Séminaire impromptu - Jennifer Rodger

Non-invasive brain stimulation techniques such as repetitive transcranial stimulation (rTMS) directly modulate neuronal excitability and synaptic plasticity. In other words, rTMS changes the way in which...

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Séminaire - Joanna Dabrowska

Revisiting 'bad' and 'good' neuropeptides in the regulation

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Séminaire impromptu - John F Cryan

research interests: depression, anxiety, drug dependence....

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Symposium - Journée annuelle du Club Développement des Réseaux Neuronaux

La construction des réseaux de neurones intéresse des chercheurs de différentes disciplines de neurosciences : développement, physiologie, biochimie, pharmacologie...
Le club DNR a pour vocation de rassembler...

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Conférence mensuelle - Jérôme Badaut

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major...

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Séminaire impromptu - Karine Loulier

 The mammalian cerebral cortex relies on many distinct cell types to exert its high cognitive functions. How neural diversity arises from a seemingly homogeneous population of cortical progenitors and...

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Séminaire - Karun Singh

How do Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) risk genes impact brain development?

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Séminaire impromptu - Kenneth Lindegaard Madsen

 Our group has developed around the understanding of the intricate interplay of protein-protein and protein-membrane interaction in processes relating to cellular scaffold and trafficking processes –...

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Séminaire - Laurent Bouyer

...orthèse de cheville robotisée..

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Séminaire - Lorenzo Cingolani

crucially depends on calcium channels...

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Conférence mensuelle - Marc Claret / PhD seminar series

...mitochondrial dynamics in POMC neurons is a critical mechanism...

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Séminaire impromptu - Maria Musgaard

how the acid sensors control channel gating....

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Séminaire impromptu - Marie Gendrel

Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) is the major inhibitory neurotransmitter in the vertebrate brain and dysfunction of GABAergic neurons can have profound pathological implications. The C. elegans nervous...

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Marie-Claude Perreault / séminaire reporté

Mots clefs:
moelle locomotrice, voies descendantes ,  interneuronres intermediolatéraux  avec des techniques d’imagerie calcique.

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Séminaire - Marina Laganaro (annulé !)

how lexical and phonological errors...

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Séminaire impromptu - Markus Wohr

 Mice and rats are highly social animals, with a rich social behavior repertoire, including the emission of so-called ultrasonic vocalizations (USV), i.e. calls in the ultrasonic range above the human...

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Séminaire impromptu - Martin Fuhrmann & Frank Kirchhoff,

Areas of investigation/research focus / Dr. Martin Fuhrman
 Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by two hallmarks, extracellular Ab-deposition and intracellular aggregation of hyperphosphorylated tau....

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Conférence mensuelle - Michael Owen

Genomics and the Nature of Schizophrenia

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Michal Schwartz (reporté)

en attente de données

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Conférence mensuelle - Nathalie Tzourio Mazoyer

un hémisphère donné pour une fonction...

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Séminaire impromptu - Patrik Rorsman

 We study cellular physiology of pancreatic islets – the small organs that regulate the whole-body sugar levels. Our work will help to find new treatments for diabetes – a disease that is characterised...

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Conférence mensuelle - Paul Chadderton

how whisking behaviour is encoded by neurons....

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Séminaire impromptu - Paul Matthews

Prof. Paul Matthews, OBE, MD, DPhil, FRCP, FMedSci is Head of the new Division of Brain Sciences in the Department of Medicine of Imperial College, London, 
Paul Matthews, OBE, MD, DPhil, FRCP, FMedSci...

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Séminaire impromptu - Paula Croxson

 Memory function is distributed across networks of brain regions, but we do not know the extent to which damage to part of the network disrupts the rest of the network, or how plasticity occurs to compensate...

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Conférence mensuelle - Peter Magill / PhD Seminar Series

..the emergence of excessively-synchronized oscillations...

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Séminaire - Peter Penzes

 Recent large-scale human genomics studies have identified a plethora of molecules contributing to neurodevelopmental disorder risk. However, the significance of these findings for pathogenesis remains...

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Conférence mensuelle - PhD seminar series December: Giovanni Marsicano

Conf. au Neurocentre Magendie

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Séminaire impromptu - Prof. Kim, Sun Kwang

 Neuropathic pain following peripheral nerve injury is characterized by mechanical allodynia, a painful response to innocuous tactile stimulation. Although this chronic pain has been known to be induced...

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Séminaire - Rafael Gutiérrez

...gap junctions formed by connexin

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Séminaire impromptu - Samuel Weiss

 My laboratory discovered a mammalian central nervous system (CNS) stem cell that can be induced to divide in cell culture and in the intact brain, and produce the three major cell types of the CNS -...

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Séminaire impromptu - Sandra Fausia Soukup

 Synapses are the communication center of the neurons but they are especially vulnerable, since they are located far away from the soma and undergo highly active periods during neuronal communication...

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Conférence mensuelle - Serge Charpak

seminar series for students....

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Séminaire - Sheena Josselyn & Paul Frankland

hippocampal neurogenesis contributes...

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Séminaire impromptu - Srinivasa Chakravarthy

Le Pr Srinivasa Chakravarthy sera à Bordeaux du 21 novembre au 20 décembre, Série de lectures, salle Greengard de l'IMN (Batiment Broca Nouvelle Aquitaine) les mardi à 14h:21/11: The basal ganglia as...

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Journée Synapse - Synapse days 2017

2 journées riches en interventions...

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Third Bordeaux-Euskampus Symposium

III Symposium Bordeaux-Euskampus. NEUROSCIENCE SECTIONThe third Bordeaux-Euskampus Symposium will take place in Bordeaux next 26 and 27 of June. The main objective of the meeting is scientific match-making...

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Séminaire impromptu - Vincent LAURENT

 Humans and other animals have the capacity to extract predictive information from their environment to anticipate important events. This capacity entails learning about both excitatory stimuli that positively...

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Séminaire - Vincent Van Waes

no consensus yet for the use of tDCS in clinical..

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Séminaire impromptu - Yun WANG

the influence of KCC2 downregulation...

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Séminaire - Zoltan Szadai

to examine how VIP interneurons respond during...

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