Cajal Lectures – Neuroepigenetics: writing, reading and erasing the epigenome
Free entry lectures
November 21 – 11:00am
Karine Merienne (University of Strasbourg, France)
Epigenetic gene reprogramming in Huntington’s disease.
November 22 – 6:00pm (Virtual talk)
Elisabeth Heller (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
Epigenetic editing for the study of reward pathophysiology.
November 25 – 9:00am (Virtual talk)
Elisabeth Binder (Max Planck Institute of Psichiatry, Germany)
Epigenetic embedding of adverse life events.
November 25 – 9:45am (Virtual talk)
Diagenode : Presentation
November 26 – 9:00am
Olivia Engmann (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany)
Reversing chronic stress effects through life-style interventions.
November 28 – 9:00am
Active Motif : Presentation
December 1 – 9:00am
Angel Barco (Neurosciences Institute UMH-CSIC, Spain)
Epigenetic etiology of intellectual disability.
December 2 – 9:00am
Anne-Laurence Boutillier (University of Strasbourg, France)
Acetylation dysregulations in hippocampal neurons in Alzheimer’s disease: are we looking at the right culprit ?
December 5 – 9:00am
Bartek Wilczynski (Institute of Informatics, University of Warsaw, Poland)
Using Machine Learning techniques to understand and classify epigenomic marks on promoters and enhancers.
December 6 – 9:00am
Aleksandra Pekowska (Dioscuri Center of Chromatin Biology andEpigenomics, Poland)
Molecular signature of astrocyte evolution in primates.
December 7 – 9:00am Denes Hnisz (Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Germany)
Transcriptional condensates in health and disease.
December 7 – 5:30pm Johannes Graff (EPFL, Switzerland)
Epigenetic priming of memory formation.
December 8 – 9:00am Gonçalo Castelo Branco (Karolinska Institute, Sweden)
Oligodendroglia during development and disease: insights from single-cell and spatial epigenomics.
About the Cajal lectures
The Cajl lectures are organized in the frame of the Cajal courses, located in the Bordeaux school of Neuroscience. They are open to everyone.