SE03 – From glia cell functions to brain dysfunctions: understanding the cellular roots of brain disorders (09:45-11:15)
Goal of this Satellite symposium is to bring together scientists who use different methodological approaches for a better understanding of glial functions to ultimately identify glial-specific molecular signals indicative of selected physiological or pathological states or molecular effectors of cell reprogramming, which may support the development of pharmacological/replacement therapies.
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SE06 – MARMOBRAIN – 2nd International Workshop on Marmoset Neuroscience (July 7&8)
The Marmobrain Workshop is the second edition of the international conference we organize in Marseille, to present state-of-the-art and exciting methodological and scientific developments in marmoset neurosciences.
NE14 – Stories from the home cage – An evening event focused on working with mice in the home cage
PROGRAME 18:45 – 18:50 Moderator introduction of the Head of TEATIME Action, Vootele Voikar (prof. Sabine Hoelter-Koch, PhD, Head of Behavioural Unit German Mouse Clinic, Hemholtz Zentrum Munchen, Germany, coordinator of EBRA cluster PREMOS, Lead of Behaviour & Sensory Workgroup International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium, Science Communication Coordinator at COST TEATIME Action) 18:50 – 19:00 Introduction […]
SE18 – EBRAINS Research Infrastructure Symposium: addressing grand challenges in brain research (08:30-17:30)
The EBRAINS FENS satellite event, ‘EBRAINS Research Infrastructure Symposium: addressing grand challenges in brain research’, aims to bring together experimental, clinical and computational neuroscientists.