Cajal Lectures: Glial cells in health and diseases

Venue: CGFB

Open to everyone


June 19 – 11:00am
Ragnhildur Thora Karadottir (Cambridge University, UK), Cagla Eroglu (Duke University, USA), Staci Bilbo (Duke University, USA)) and Jean-Christophe Delpech (NutriNeuro)

June 22 – 9:00am
Wiebke Moebius (Max-Planck Institute of Multidisciplinary Sciences, Germany)
Exploring myelin biology with electron microscopy.

June 22 – 10:00am
3 Brain : Presentation

June 22 – 11:00am
Amit Agarwal (Heidelberg University, Germany)
Decoding calcium signals and mitochondrial dynamics in brain macroglia in vivo.

June 23 – 9:00am
Thomas Papouin (Washington University, School of Medicine , USA)
Mapping the Contribution of Astrocytes to the Effects of Neuromodulators on Synapses and Behavior.

June 23 – 11:00am (Virtual talk) Mikael Simons (DZNE, Germany)
Mechanisms of (re)myelination in the CNS.

June 24 – 9:00am Caroline Smith (Boston College, USA)
Conducting rigorous behavioral testing in the context of neuro-immune interactions.

June 24 – 10:00am
Giampaolo Milior (College de France, France)
Glial cells in the human brain: new insights and perspectives from work on human epileptic tissues.

June 26 – 9:00am
Kelly Monk (Vollume Institute, USA)
Molecular and genetic analysis of glial cell development.

June 26 – 11:00am
Maarten Kole (Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience , The Netherlands)
Neuron-oligodendrocyte interactions in cortical circuits.

June 29 – 9:00am
Addgene Presentation
Addgene’s resources for neuroscience.

June 29 – 5:45pm (Virtual talk)
David Rowitch (Cambridge University, UK)
Heterogenous origins of glia.

June 30 – 9:00am
Stéphane Oliet (Neurocentre Magendie, Bordeaux University, France)
Astroglial contribution to NMDA receptor activity.

June 30 – 11:00am
Nathalie Rouach (Collège de France, France)
Astrocytes : the stars of brain plasticity.

July 1 – 9:00am
Bart Eggen (UMCG/RUG, The Netherlands)
Human microglia in development, health and disease.

July 3 – 9:00am
Sonia Garel (PSL University, France)
Microglia in early brain wiring: from circuit assembly to tissue integrity

July 3 – 11:00am
Eric Boué-Grabot (Bordeaux University, France)
Synaptic and microglial function of ATP P2X receptors in health and disease

July 3 – 5:30pm (Virtual talk)
Paola Arlotta (Harvard University, USA)
Changing neurons to shape glia: a tale of microglia and oligodendrocytes

July 6 – 9:00am
Soyong Hong (Dementia Research Institute, University College London, UK)
Microglia-synapse interactions: The triggers and the consequences.

July 6 – 2:30pm
David Belin (Cambridge Univeristy, UK)
Role of striatal astrocytes in the development of drug seeking habits

July 6 – 4:00pm TDT Presentation

Course Directors

Ragnhildur Thora Karadottir, Cambridge University, UK

Cagla Eroglu, Duke University, US

Staci Bilbo, Duke University, US

Jean-Christophe Delpech, Bordeaux Neurocampus, FR

About the Cajal lectures

The Cajal lectures are organized in the frame of the Cajal courses, located in the Bordeaux school of Neuroscience. They are open to everyone.

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Publication: 15/06/23
Last update 29/06/23