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Séminaires 2018

Séminaire - 10 Séminaires Cajal !

Advanced Neuroscience Training Progr...

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Symposium - 11th Nutrition Neuroscience Meeting

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Événement - AGING 2018 / Inscription

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L’inscription est obligatoire pour toute personne participant ou assistant au Congrès. La soumission d’un abstract ne peut se faire qu’après inscription. 

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Conférence mensuelle - Alexandre Baffet

Topic: Developmental Neurobiology

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Barry Bozeman / séminaire annulé

Barry Bozeman est professeur de Technology Policy et de Public Management à l'université d'Arizona (Phoenix)Last publication: "Bureaucratization in academic research policy: What causes it?" 

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Séminaire - Carsten Wotjak

Anxiety disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), generalized anxiety disorder, specific and social phobias, panic disorder and agoraphobia belong to the most prevalent psychiatric disorders...

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Séminaire - Cendra Agulhon

 One of the great unsolved mysteries in neuroscience concerns the role of astrocyte and satellite glial cell Ca2+ signaling in neuronal activity. In the central nervous system, astrocytes intimately envelop...

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Séminaire - Chris Dayas

..the mTOR inhibitor rapamycin can ...

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Darren Williams

Building arborisations of the right size and shape is fundamental for neural network function. Live imaging studies in vertebrate brains strongly suggest that nascent synapses are critical for branch...

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Séminaire impromptu - Dolf Pfefferbaum

 Alcoholism follows a dynamic course, involving development, maintenance, recovery, and relapse. In vivo brain imaging studies have enabled the tracking of this course and have revealed evidence for disruption...

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Séminaire - Don Wilson

SUMMARYMy lab and I are interested in how the mammalian brain processes and remembers information. As a model system we focus on rat discrimination and memory for odors. Using electrophysiological, behavioral...

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Séminaire impromptu - Ebenezer N. Yamoah

physical qualities of the auditory system...

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Séminaire - Edgardo Talpalar

..treatments for CNS degeneration

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Séminaire impromptu - Emmanuel Guigon

 Slow and segmented movements are frequently observed in brain disorders and are detrimental in many activities of the daily life. The origin and nature of these movements are still poorly understood...

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Séminaire impromptu - Fabien Wagner

 Spinal cord injury disrupts the neuronal connections between the brain and the spinal cord, resulting in the inability to activate the leg muscles required for walking. I will present the development...

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Séminaire impromptu - Fabrice de Chaumont et Elodie Ey

Preclinical studies of psychiatric disorders require the use of animal models to investigate the impact of environmental factors or genetic mutations on complex traits such as decision-making and social...

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Séminaire - François Amaury

 The spinal cord dorsal horn integrates information both from sensory neurons and the brain to shape pain experience. Specifically, populations of brainstem neurons in the rostral ventromedial medulla...

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Symposium - Frontiers in medial prefrontal cortex research

en attente....

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Séminaire impromptu - Genevra Hart

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Conférence mensuelle - Gero Miesenböck / PhD seminar series

In a decade and a half, optogenetic control of neuronal activity has developed from a far-fetched idea to a widely used technique for probing the neural substrates of cognition and behavior. My talk will...

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Séminaire - Heinz Beck

...the ability to discriminate similar sensory percepts..

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Conférence mensuelle - Ingo GREGER

I will discuss recent insights into the structural dynamics of AMPARs...

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Isabelle Brunet

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Séminaire - Jacques Barik

Depression is a major human blight with more than 350 million people affected worldwide. Yet, curative treatments are lacking due to our still very limited understanding of its pathophysiology. Long-lasting periods...

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Séminaire - Janelle Drouin-Ouellet

suggest a stratification of the sporadic PD cell lines...

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Séminaire - Jason Shepherd

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Séminaire impromptu - Jonathan Elegheert

 The human brain consists of billions of neuronal cells that assemble into networks to support cognitive functions. Synapses are specialized cellular junctions that form the dedicated sites of communication...

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Événement - Journée Synapse 2018

Une organisation: Nathalie Sans, Mathieu Letellier et Maurice Garret / location: Centre Broca Nouvelle Aquitaine / Entrée libre dans la limite des places disponibles

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Séminaire - Juan Mena-Segovia

..all neurons have a converging function..

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Séminaire impromptu - Jun Nishiyama

Our brain functions depend on proper connections between tens of billions of neurons. These connections or synapses are considered to be disrupted in many neuropsychiatric disorders, such as autism, schizophrenia...

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Séminaire - Junichi Nabekura

activity-dependent development and reorganization..

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Conférence mensuelle - Lisa Roux / PhD seminar series Avril 2018

nouvelle cheffe d'équipe Bordeaux Neurocampus !

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Séminaire - Louis-Philippe Bernier

..the regeneration of cerebral blood vessels

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Séminaire impromptu - Luc Estebanez

 Somatosensory input plays a critical role in limb movement control. But so far, little is known about the way it is processed and integrated into motor commands. In particular, in the primary motor cortex...

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Séminaire - Marco Venniro

NIH

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Séminaire - Marie-Claude Potier

..biomarqueurs Alzheimer et syndrome de Down…

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Séminaire - Marloes Henckens

Dr Marloes  Henckens, spécialiste du stress post-traumatique (chez l'animal)

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Séminaire - Martin Giurfa

..unsuspected cognitive capabilities...

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Séminaire - Mickael Tanter

imagerie in vivo du système vasculaire entier...

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Séminaire impromptu - Naoya Takahashi

 Converging evidence suggests that perception relies on top-down inputs (or feedback) from higher order brain regions to primary sensory regions. However, there is as yet no clear explanation of how this...

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Événement - Neurocampus Day: toutes les photos de la journée

 
 Ci dessus,  le directeur de Bordeaux Neurocampus Christophe Mulle ouvre cette journée. 
 
 Les premiers speakers...Frédéric Friscourt de l'INCIA, Federico Soria de l'IMN, Lisa Roux de l'IINS et...

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Conférence mensuelle - Nóra Kerekes

Topic: Mental and Therapeutics Pathologies

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Séminaire impromptu - Owen Randlett

 Habituation is a simple form of learning and memory, where animals learn to reduce their responses to repeated but harmless stimuli. While habituation is simple in concept, its exact implementation in...

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Conférence mensuelle - PhD seminar series Clément Lena

..cerebellum is indeed interacting with cortical networks..

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Conférence mensuelle - PhD seminar series: Juan Burrone

PhD seminar series

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Séminaire impromptu - Robert Kalb

.. they are likely to be critical for normal brain function

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Séminaire impromptu - Robin Hiesinger //annulé !!!

 How much information is required to wire up a brain?  Hiesinger and colleagues take an algorithmic approach to brain wiring based on live observation of how connections are made in the fly visual system...

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Conférence mensuelle - Rodrigo Quian Quiroga / PhD seminar series

Conférence labellisée Ecole doctorale 

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Séminaire impromptu - Stéphane Vassilopoulos

 In cell biology, particular importance is given to developing new methods of sample preparation that will achieve a more natural appearance of samples in the microscope. To accomplish this, scientists...

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Conférence mensuelle - Steven Siegelbaum

...CA2 also promotes social aggression...

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Umut Ozcan

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Séminaire impromptu - Ursula Skupio

..of astrocytes to long-recognized involvement...

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Symposium - Workshop Key Concepts in Neuroimmunology

à l'interface neurosciences et philosophie....

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Séminaire impromptu - Yann Fichou

The seminar will take place the 3rd of May 2018, at 2pm in the IECB amphitheatre, 2 rue Robert Escarpit Pessac. Contact: Antoine Loquet, a.loquet@iecb.u-bordeaux.fr
 The intrinsically disordered tau protein...

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Séminaire impromptu - Yasunori Hayashi

 Long-term synaptic plasticity requires a mechanism that converts short Ca2+ pulses into persistent biochemical signaling to support the changes in the function and structure of synapses over long period...

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Séminaire impromptu - Youna Vandaele

 The dorsomedial (DMS) and dorsolateral (DLS) striatum are necessary for goal-directed and habitual responding, respectively, but these regions also are implicated in skill learning and automaticity....

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