Industry Supported Sessions Agendas

SUNDAY 10 JULY 2022
Femtonics, forming the future of neuroscience. Part 1
 14:30-15:00 Open Theatre Session supported by
14:30-14:45 Neuroscience, Illuminated. Femtonics, forming the future of neuroscience
Iván Zsolt, Hungary
14:45-15:00 3D acousto-optical microscopy: Bright perspectives
Tamás Tompa, Hungary
SUNDAY 10 JULY 2022
Drug Development in Neuroscience and Rare Diseases: Challenges and Opportunities
 12:00-13:00 Bridging The Knowledge Session supported by
12:00-12:20 Neuroscience Overview
Azad Bonni, Switzerland
12:20-12:40 Targeting protein aggregation and inflammation in Parkinson’s disease
Patrik Brundin, Switzerland
12:40-13:00 Research approaches to the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease
Rachelle Doody, Switzerland
SUNDAY 10 JULY 2022
Phosphoproteomic analysis to understand seizures and cognitive defects in Tuberous Sclerosis
  11:30-12:00 Open Theatre Session supported by

11:30-11:33 Introduction
Supriya Singh, USA
11:33-12:00 Phosphoproteomic analysis to understand seizures and cognitive defects in Tuberous Sclerosis
Mario Pende, France
MONDAY 11 JULY 2022
Drug Development in Neuroscience and Rare Diseases: Challenges and Opportunities
 12:00-13:00 Bridging The Knowledge Session supported by
12:00-12:20 Current research on Huntington’s disease
Lauren Boak, Switzerland
12:20-12:40 Preserving Motor Neurons and Motor Function in SMA
Kathryn Wagner, Switzerland
12:40-13:00 Research on Multiple Sclerosis
Björn Tackenberg, Switzerland
MONDAY 11 JULY 2022
Femtonics, forming the future of neuroscience. Part 2
 14:30-15:00 Open Theatre Session supported by
14:30-14:45 Choosing the unconventional „conventional one”: The Smart solution
Viktória Kiss, Hungary
14:45-15:00 Simultaneous 3D acousto-optical (AO) imaging and stimulation 
Gergely Szalay, Hungary
MONDAY 11 JULY 2022
FAIRway to heaven: a practical guide to FAIR neuroscience

Chair: Mathew Abrams, Sweden

 18:45-20:30 Bridging The Knowledge Session supported by
18:45-19:15 Introduction to the FAIR principles and FAIR data management approaches
Maryann Martone, USA
19:15-19:35 Data governance and neuroethics
Damian Eke, UK
19:35-19:55 Data management plans and GDPR

Cyril Pernet, Denmark

20:15-20:35 Role of community in FAIR neuroscience: experiences from the neuroimaging community
Cassandra Gould van Praag, UK
20:35-20:45 Panel discussion and Q&A

All Faculty

TUESDAY 12 JULY 2022
Glia cell fate in encephalopathy of prematurity
Chair: Elisa Nent, Germany
 12:00-13:00 Bridging the Knowledge Session supported by

12:00-12:10 Introduction
Elisa Nent, Germany
12:10-12:20 New possibilities to investigate the brain in 3D with light sheet microscopy, using the Ultra Microscope Blaze
Luigi Prisco
12:20-12:50 Glia cell fate in encephalopathy of prematurity
Anne-Laure Schang, France
12:50-13:00 Q&A
All Faculty