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Séminaires FBN 2015

Séminaire impromptu - Sudha Seshadri

Sudha Seshadri is a Professor of Neurology at the Boston University School of Medicine, a board-certified neurologist and a Senior Investigator at the Framingham Heart Study. She serves on NIH Study sections...

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Séminaire impromptu - Leonie Pothmann

CA1 microcircuits show profound reorganization in human and experimental temporal lobe epilepsy due to synaptic sprouting, loss of certain neuron types, and functional synaptic changes. The divers tasks...

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Vascular consortium Seminar

Organizers: Prof I. Sibon & Dr J. Badaut (CNRS, INCIA)
 March 16th, 2015 from 2PM to 6PM
Location: Salle de conférence at “Plateforme de Génomique Fonctionnelle” 
2:00-2:15 PMGeneral introduction: Dr J....

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Séminaire impromptu - Nagaraju Dhanyasi

Nagaraju Dhanyasi  (candidat Post-Doc) Myoblast fusion is an essential process underlying development, growth and regeneration of muscles in multicellular organisms. Our work focuses on an ultra-structural...

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Séminaire impromptu - Irene Llorente-Folch

 Calcium is thought to regulate respiration but it is unclear whether this is dependent on the increase in ATP demand caused by any Ca2+ signal or to Ca2+ itself. [Na+]i, [Ca2+]i and [ATP]i dynamics in...

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Séminaire - Bernard Balleine

Voir le symposium:  Decision Making

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Séminaire impromptu - Séverine Sigoillot

 Au cours de ma thèse, j’ai étudié le système nerveux périphérique et notamment les voies de signalisation impliquées dans la formation d’une synapse spécifique, la jonction neuromusculaire. J’ai...

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Séminaire impromptu - Charles Bourque

Un séminaire exceptionnel de haut niveau ouvert à toute la communauté des Neurosciences bordelaises et plus largement à l'ensemble des membres intéressés de l'Université de Bordeaux. Destiné aux étudiants...

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Séminaire impromptu - Maria Belen Pardi

 Adult neurogenesis in mammals continuously generates granule cells (GC) that mature and integrate into the hippocampal dentate gyrus circuitry. Although adult hippocampal neurogenesis has been implicated...

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Séminaire - Felipe Barros

Une invitation d'Aude Panatier  du Neurocentre Magendie The brain lives dangerously. Switching from quiescence to spiking, a neuron may increase its energy demand by a factor of 100, but neurons do not...

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Séminaire impromptu - Mariela Escande

  It is widely accepted that an imbalance between the direct and indirect pathways underlies Parkinson’s disease symptoms, like the characteristic slowness of movement. However, no study has yet addressed...

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Symposium - 2015 Bordeaux International Workshop/Seminars on University-Industry Interaction in Neuroscience

Our main goal is to sensitize  our researchers and  local Master and PhD students to the non-academic world. We invite world-class speakers highly active in the field, both from academia and industry...

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Séminaire impromptu - Henrique Von Gersdorff

 One major focus of our research has been the calyx of Held synapse, a pivotal synapse of the auditory system that is involved in the circuitry that calculates the location of sound sources in all mammalian...

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Séminaire impromptu - Stephen Woods

 The relationship between food intake and body weight is complex and generally considered to be dictated by homeostatic mechanisms and reflexes.  These in turn are thought to be mediated by neural and...

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Séminaire impromptu - Mark Latash

 When people move, they organize large, redundant (actually, abundant!) sets of elements (limbs, joints, digits, muscles, motor units, etc.) in a task–specific way. Such organizations have to ensure movement...

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Séminaire impromptu - Liangyi Chen

 Exocytosis-coupled clathrin mediated endocytosis:  In eukaryotic cells, many receptor-mediated endocytic processes are mediated by constitutively budding of clathrin-coated pits (CCPs) at spatially randomized...

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Séminaire impromptu - Emanuela Santini & Anders Borgkvist

Emanuela Santini, PhD, New York UniversityTitle of presentation : Translation gone awry: the role of cap-dependent protein synthesis in ASD.  Location CGFB   10h
 In 2009, I obtained my PhD at the Karolinska...

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Séminaire impromptu - Jean De Vellis

 Research Interest: Regulation of Gene Expression in Brain Cells My laboratory is interested in the molecular mechanisms controlling neuronal and glial cells interaction during development. What are the...

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Séminaire impromptu - Camilla Bellone

 Postnatal periods of development are characterized by rapid changes in neuronal networks, providing critical periods in which environmental experience can lead to long-term changes in brain and behavior...

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Séminaire impromptu - Jason Christie

 The fundamental function of an axon is to permit the cell-to-cell transfer of neuronal information by way of action potentials (APs) at presynaptic sites of release. It is well known that, in myelinated...

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Séminaire impromptu - Bruce Cushing

BRUCE CUSHING Dr. Cushing's research program examines mechanisms involved in the regulation of social and sociosexual behavior, emphasizing the role of the neuropeptides oxytocin (OT) and vasopressin...

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Séminaire - Jean Rossier

.... interneurons in the cortex

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Séminaire impromptu - Emilie Doucet

....treatments against drug addiction.

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Séminaire - Becky Conway-Campbell,

After treatment, their cortisol patterns...

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Séminaire - Richard Brown

age-related changes in spatial learning and ...

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Séminaire - Imaging Day

avec Balázs Rózsa et Patricia Varju

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Séminaire - Brian R Walker

Brain to body and back again

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Séminaire - Luc Buée

cible diagnostique et thérapeutique...

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Conférence mensuelle - Trevor Smart

Conférence mensuelle de l'Axe Synapse

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Séminaire - Roser Nadal

Early life stress (ELS) in rodents has profound...

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Séminaire - Luis Felipe Callado

endocannabinoid system and schizophrenia....

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Séminaire - Ignasi Cos

finding comfort in variability..

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Séminaire impromptu - Greg Lemke

Greg Lemke du Salk Institute

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Séminaire - John Lisman

how chemical and electrical processes can work...

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Conférence mensuelle - Juan Burrone, Axe développement

how do these synaptic connections mature...

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Séminaire - Guillaume Sandoz

how phospholipids act specifically on TREK channels..

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Séminaire impromptu - Haruhiko Bito

identified a novel “inverse” synaptic tagging...

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Séminaire - Andy Greenhalgh

identify novel pathways of inflammatory signalling...

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Symposium - Neurocognitive bases of decision making

Inscription gratuite...

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Séminaire impromptu - Nelson Cortés Hernández

Institut de la vision, Paris.

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Séminaire - Harald Janovjak

l'optogénétique contrôle l'espace et le temps...

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Séminaire - Poul Henning Jensen

la meilleure équipe du Danemark sur Parkin....

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Journée Synapse - Journée Synapse 2015

le rendez-vous incontournable...

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Séminaire - Isabelle Brunet

les interactions neurovasculaires...

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Séminaire - Isabelle Caillé

Local translation and adult neurogenesis

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Séminaire impromptu - Emmanuel Perisse

Neurons are embedded into circuits....

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Séminaire - Emmanuel Pinteaux

new mechanisms of neurotoxicity and brain tissue repair...

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Séminaire - Suzanne Zukin

NMDA receptors, AMPA receptors, receptor...

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Séminaire - Mario Van der Stellt

Nous utilisons la chimie computationnelle....

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Séminaire - Emmanuel Valjent

nouvelles connaissances sur la signalisation....

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Séminaire - Mieke van Holstein

Potential rewards modulate flexible cognitive

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Événement - GLISYN/International Bordeaux Neurocampus Brain Conf.

pour la communauté neuroscience internat...

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Séminaire - William N. Green

protein conformation and orientation

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Séminaire - Carlos Paladini

signal is encoded by the firing pattern

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Séminaire - Stéphane Ciocchi

Specialised projection pathways in the ventral CA1 hippocampus

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Symposium - Molecular mechanisms of endocytosis and neuronal function

Symposium...A.Roux,B.Qualmann,V.Haucke...

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Conférence mensuelle - Frank Heppner

the impact of the immune system on disease...

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Séminaire - Geoffrey Swanson

their role in shaping kainate receptor function...

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Séminaire - Prateep Beed

to understand cellular-network alterations...

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Séminaire - Arnaud Ruiz

une invitation de Stéphane Oliet

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Séminaire - Tiziana Rubino

Université de Lombardie

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Séminaire - Louis-Eric Trudeau

vulnerability of substantia nigra dopamine...

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