SE21 – The vestibular system: basic mechanisms, new research tools, and emerging treatments (All Day)
This meeting will highlight research investigating the basic function of the vestibular system, new research tools to investigate the vestibular system, and emerging treatments for vestibular disorders.
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.
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.
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.
SE02 – SticAmSud CLAN – Cerebellum-Like Artificial Neural Networks bioinspired on cerebellum neural architecture at multiple levels of complexity- Meeting (14:00 – 16:00)
The main aim of the “SticAmSud CLAN – Cerebellum-Like Artificial Neural Networks bioinspired on cerebellum neural architecture at multiple levels of complexity” collaborative project is to propose new artificial neural network architectures bioinspired by cerebellum-like structures, combining a wide range of perspectives from brain development and evolution, engineering, and computer science. In this SticAmSud CLAN […]
This symposium is designed to make the full spectrum of progress in neural circuit evolution accessible to a wide neuroscience audience, to build bridges between experimental, computational and paleobiological research approaches, and to foster the emergence of a comprehensive conceptual framework for studies of neural circuit evolution
We bring together 9 international recognized scientists who are actively developing novel optical imaging techniques, new molecular probes and/or novel analysis methods to investigate brain circuits at different levels.
Participants will get a full picture of the state of the art for Open Hardware microscopy and how systematic access to advanced science tools in education will support and expand the research minds of tomorrow.