Cajal lectures: Neuro-vascular function in health and disease
Venue: CGFB (except March 29th)
Monday, March 20th – 11:00am (Virtual talk)
Malcolm MacLeod (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Improving preclinical stroke research.
Tuesday, March 21st – 9:00am
Martin Lauritzen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Humoral Neurobiology: Brain blood vessels, metabolism, BBB and CSF dynamics.
Wednesday, March 22nd – 9:00am
David Attwell (University College London, UK)
Regulation of cerebral blood flow by capillary pericytes in stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and Covid-19.
Wednesday, March 22nd – 11:00am
Pierre Magistretti (EPFL, Swiss)
Neuron-Glia metabolic coupling mediated by lactate : role in neuroenergetics, plasticity and pathologies.
Thursday, March 23rd – 9:00am
Serge Charpak (Vision Institute, France)
Quantification of neurovascular coupling and brain oxygenation dynamics.
Friday, March 24th – 9:00am
Andy Shih (University of Washington, USA)
In vivo optical dissection of brain capillary function.
Saturday, March 25th – 9:00am
Susanne Van Veluw (Harvard Medical School, USA)
Vasomotion-mediated perivascular clearance in cerebral amyloid angiopathy.
Wednesday, March 29th – 9:00am
Felipe Barros (Universidad San Sebastián, Chile)
Visualizing metabolic recruitment, a partner for neurovascular coupling.
⚠ This talk will take place at the Centre Broca
Thursday, March 30th – 9:00am
Turgay Dalkara (Hacettepe University Ankara, Turkey)
Post-ischemic CBF dysregulation in the brain and retina.
Friday, March 31st – 9:00am
Valentin Nagerl (University of Bordeaux, France)
Shadow imaging of the micro-anatomy of living brain tissue.
Friday, March 31st – 11:00am
Perimed : Presentation
Friday, March 31st – 11:45am
Bruker / Inscopix : Presentation
Monday, April 3rd – 9:00am
Robert Thorne (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
Key attributes of the CNS barriers and brain microenvironment: relevance for physiology and drug delivery
Monday, April 3rd – 11:00am
Jean-François Ghersi-Egea (CRNL, France)
The choroid plexus-cerebrospinal fluid system in brain physiology, pathology,and pharmaco-toxicology.
Wednesday, April 5th – 9:00am
Andy Obenhaus (University of California Irvine, USA)
Modification of the cerebrovasculature in neurodegenerative disease.
Thursday, April 6th – 9:00am
Anne Joutel (Institute of Psychiatry and Neurosciences of Paris, France)
Deciphering mechanisms of small vessel diseases of the brain.