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Eurogenesis

EUROGENESIS 4th conference will cover several aspects of adult neurogenesis function and its related pathologies. It aims to highlight the benefits of interdisciplinary research for gathering innovative knowledge in adult neural stem cells biology, and will promote new opportunities for cross-border disciplines interactions.

Registrations are open :

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Programm

Tuesday, June 11th

Regulation of stem cells – Chair: Sebastian Jessberger

M. GÖTZ (Germany)
New mechanisms of neurogenesis – in development and adulthood

H. SONG (USA)
TBA

F. GUILLEMOT (UK)
Diversity and ageing of hippocampal stem cells

H. MIRA (Spain)
A Multifaceted Role for BMP Signaling in Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis

S. JESSBERGER (Switzerland)
Heterogeneity of neurogenic stem cells in the adult hippocampus

Integration into network – hair: Chichung Lie

D.C. LIE (Germany)
Transcriptional regulation of adult-born neuron development

H. CREMER (France)
Neuronal integration in the adult olfactory bulb is a non-selective addition process

J.M. ENCINAS (Spain)
ATP links neuronal hyperexcitation and induction of reactive neural stem cells

N. TONI (Switzerland)
Stem cells: From ultrastructure to niche regulation mechanisms

A. SCHINDER (Argentina)
Long-lasting remodeling of hippocampal networks by neurogenesis

Wednesday, June 12th

Neurogenesis in humans – Chair: Magdalena Götz

S.THURET (UK)
Alteration of Hippocampal Neurogenesis by the human systemic milieu: A biomarker of cognitive ageing and dementia

A. ALVAREZ-BUYLLA (USA)
Neural stem cells and adult neurogenesis from rodents and humans

M. BOLDRINI (USA)
Adult neurogenesis in the human brain in health and disease

H. ADLE-BIASSETTE (France)
Human hippocampal neurogenesis from development to ageing

J. FRISEN (Sweden)
Neurogenesis in the healthy and pathological human brain

M. MALETIC-SAVATIC (USA)
Fatty acids as signaling molecules and biomarkers of neurogenesis

 

Role of adult-born neurons in memory processing – Chair: Nicolas Toni

G. KEMPERMANN (Germany)
Adult neurogenesis as an individualizing trait

H. VAN PRAAG (USA)
Regulation of adult neurogenesis by exercise

N. ABROUS (France)
Influence of spatial learning on adult neurogenesis and hippocampal networks

P. FRANKLAND (Canada)
Hippocampal neurogenesis and memory stability

A. SAHAY (USA)
Dentate granule cells, memory discrimination and generalization

Thursday, June 13th

Role of adult born neurons in diseases – Chair: Paul Lucassen

M. LLORENS-MARTIN (Spain)
Adult hippocampal neurogenesis in Alzheimer’s disease

I. SOTIROPOULOS I (Portugal)
Tau-dependent and -independent mechanisms of adult cytogenesis suppression in stress-driven brain pathology

CD MANDYAM (USA)
Neurogenesis mechanisms of addiction

L SANTIN (Spain)
The involvement of Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis in cocaine addiction: Recent findings from animal research

 

Role of adult born neurons in stress-related disorders – Chair: Alejandro Schinder

C. BELZUNG (France)
Post-Traumatic Stress disorder and hippocampal neurogenesis

P. LUCASSEN (Netherlands)
Plasticity changes in relation to early life stress and depression

L. PINTO (Portugal)
Time-dependent functional correlates of adult hippocampal cytogenesis: Relevance to Depression

R. HEN (USA)
Modulation of entorhinal input by adult-born hippocampal neurons: impact on mood and cognition


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20/02/19