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.
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.
More details about this course:
Nikolaus Plesnila, Ludwig Maximilian University, Germany
Jérôme Badaut, Bordeaux University, France
Catherine Hall,Sussex University, UK