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Événement - Neurocampus Day

Abstract :

Point fort de l’année ! le « Neurocampus Day » avec ses 6 instituts de recherche, ses rencontres, ses échanges prometteurs , une journée riche en sciences du cerveau... Domaine du Haut Carré , Talence le Jeudi 17 Mai 2018 , inscription obligatoire pour la logistique sur ce doodle..



9h00 Accueil des participants  

Session 1 (9h-10h40)  Francis Chaouloff

9h-9h25 Frédéric Friscourt Imaging Glycans in the Brain from Chemistry to Living Systems
9h25-9h50 Federico Soria Exploring the brain extracellular space in proteinopathies
9h50-10h15 Lisa Roux Neurophysiological mechanisms of memory formation: from hippocampal to olfactory networks
10h15-10h40 Clémentine Bosch-Bouju Omega-3 fatty acids and synaptic plasticity: implication for mood disorders

10h40-11h10 Pause

11h10-12h10 Fabien Lotte Models and tools to design non-invasive brain-computer interfaces
12h10-12h40 "intervention P. Moretto, VP recherche , en attente validation) Bordeaux Neurocampus news (web site, photos) LabEx BRAIN News (AAP clinique, transfer& BRAIN2) EUR Ecole des Neurosciences"

12h40-14h40 Buffet et posters

14h40-16h50 Session 2 / Nicolas Mallet 

14h40-15h05 Anna Beyeler  Anatomical and functional organization of neural populations in the amygdala and insula
15h05-15h30 Marc Deffains Longer beta oscillatory episodes reliably identify pathological subthalamic activity in parkinsonism
15h30-15h55 Jean-Arthur Micoulaud Neurophysiological Issues of Neurofeedback Applied to Mental and Brain Disorders
15h55-16h20 Pauline Bélujon Self-administered chronic cocaine produces persistent alterations of amygdala-insular plasticity

16h20-16h50 Pause

Session 3 (16h50-18h00) Guillaume Ferreira

16h50-17h15 Anna Brachet Cytoskeleton and membrane interplay in synaptic organization and transmission
17h15-17h40 Luigi Bellochio Striatonigral mitochondrial CB1 receptors mediate cannabinoid-induced catalepsy
17h40-18h05 Gwenaelle Catheline Cognitive decline during aging : a multimodal neuroimaging contribution
18:00 Conclusion

 



 Une affiche réalisée par Sophie Warnet (Stagiaire Médiation des Sciences)