20-23 september 2017. Pécs - Hungary
Program outline
Pre-Congress Day - 19th September
Plenary HallConference RoomConference Room 103Other LocationSection Room 119
06:00
06:30
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11:30
12:00 HunDoc 2017 - 2nd Hungarian Neuroscience Meeting for Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students and Junior Post-DocsEdges of Neurosciences (University of Pécs-Faculty of Medicine)
12:30
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13:30
14:00 Neuroscience in the XXI Century -PTE 650 Anniversary
14:30
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Day 0 - 20th September
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Day 1 - 21st September
Plenary HallConference RoomConference Room 103Other LocationSection Room 119
06:00
06:30 Touch The Brain (Faculty of Medicine - Dept. of Anatomy)
07:00
07:30
08:00 Neurart ExhibitionBorderline Neuroscience Exhibition
08:30
09:00 Plenary: Towards a molecular logic of neural circuits (Thomas Südhof)
09:30 Coffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster Session
10:00 Coffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster Session
10:30
11:00 Wired to be human: unique features of brain development (Ivica Kostovic)Cognitive control and cognitive flexibility: From behavioral, systems and neuronal mechanisms to clinical implications (Ales Stuchlik)Binocular perception and its disorders (Péter Buzás & Gábor Jandó)
11:30
12:00
12:30 EJN Best Publication Award 2017 Winner LectureLunch Break
13:00 Invertebrate models in studying neuronal effects of environmental stimuli (satellite symposium by ISIN: International Society for Invertebrate Neuroscience)Meet the Brain Prize winnerLunch BreakResources to Increase Women in Neuroscience: Addressing Implicit Bias - a FENS-CHET hosted event
13:30
14:00 Poster Session:
The posters will be displayed on the first and second floor of the Kodály Centre.
14:30
15:00
15:30 Network imaging in behaving animals – developing picture (Balázs Rózsa)Neurobiology of Social Behavior (Árpád Dobolyi)Invertebrate Neurobiology: how evolution shapes neuronal circuits (Hans- Joachim Pflüger)
16:00
16:30
17:00 Coffee BreakCoffee Break
17:30
18:00 Plenary: Interneurons in Alzheimer's disease (István Módy)
18:30 Hungarian Neuroscience Society - General Assembly
19:00
19:30
20:00 Organ Concert (Cathedral - free for participants)
20:30
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Day 2 - 22nd September
Plenary HallConference RoomConference Room 103Other LocationSection Room 119
06:00
06:30 Touch The Brain (Faculty of Medicine - Dept. of Anatomy)
07:00
07:30
08:00 Neurart ExhibitionBorderline Neuroscience Exhibition
08:30 Plenary: Imaging hippocampal circuits for navigation and memory (Attila Losonczy)
09:00
09:30 Coffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster Session
10:00 Coffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster SessionCoffee Break and Poster Session
10:30 The impact of brain states and neuromodulation: from neuronal networks to behavior (Balázs Hangya & Magor L. Lőrincz)Novel molecular rules shaping the developing nervous system: reopening differentiation programs for therapeutic benefit (Alán Alpár & Tibor Harkány )Recent advances in nociceptive signalling: focus on temperature-, acid-, and light-induced pain (Alexandru Babes & Gábor Pethő)
11:00
11:30
12:00
12:30 Stephen W. Kuffler Foundation - award ceremonyThe history of neuroscience in Central and Eastern Europe during and after communismLunch BreakTune up your skills: FENS training opportunities and aid for students and young researchersLunch Break
13:00 Lunch BreakLunch Break
13:30
14:00 Poster Session:
The posters will be displayed on the first and second floor of the Kodály Centre.
14:30
15:00 Multidisciplinary approaches to study the genetic basis of neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative diseases (Illana Gozes)Human-specific cortical microcircuit function and structure (Karri Lämsä)Imaging the brain and cerebrospinal fluid at a single-molecule level (Joana Ferreira & Juan Varela)
15:30
16:00
16:30
17:00 Coffee BreakCoffee BreakCoffee BreakCoffee BreakCoffee Break
17:30 Plenary: Short- and long-range inhibitory neurons governing spatial representation and memory (Hannah Monyer)
18:00
18:30 Communicating Current Issues of Animal Research: How should we open the magic box? Brain Drain in Eastern Europe
19:00
19:30
20:00 Trip to Villány / Tenkes Csárda (ticket needed)
20:30
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Day 3 - 23rd September
Plenary HallConference RoomConference Room 103Other LocationSection Room 119
06:00
06:30
07:00 Touch The Brain (Faculty of Medicine - Dept. of Anatomy)
07:30
08:00 Neurart ExhibitionBorderline Neuroscience Exhibition
08:30 Plenary: Use of embryonic stem cells for dopamine cell replacement in Parkinson´s Disease (Anders Björklund)
09:00
09:30 Coffee BreakCoffee BreakCoffee BreakCoffee BreakCoffee Break
10:00 Recent advances in understanding of individual differences in stress resilience and vulnerability (Tamas Kozicz)Distributed neural circuits controlling fear state and realted learning (Norbert Hájos)Synaptic cytoskeletal dysfunction: a common mechanism in developmental neuropathies (Bence Rácz & Marco Rust)
10:30 Touch The Brain (Faculty of Medicine - Dept. of Anatomy)
11:00
11:30
12:00 Lunch BreakLunch BreakPublishing Workshop - How a scientific paper is handled by a journal and what we expect in a good paperLunch BreakParkinson’s disease: 200 years and beyond Satellite Symposium by the Neurotoxicity Society
12:30 Poster Session:
Writing and reading hippocampal memory traces (David Dupret- IBRO Alumni lecture)
13:00
13:30 Dopamine D2 Receptor Supersensitivity as a Spectrum of Neurotoxicity and Status in Psychiatric Disorders (Richard M. Kostrzewa)Retinal neurochemistry and information processing (Róbert Gábriel & Béla Völgyi)Excitotoxicity in brain ischemia and epilepsy - a translational perspective (Ana-Maria Zagrean & Mihai Moldovan)
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15:00 Touch The Brain (Faculty of Medicine - Dept. of Anatomy)
15:30 Coffee BreakCoffee BreakCoffee BreakCoffee Break
16:00 Plenary: Single-molecule view of the plasma membrane organization for signal transduction (Akihiro Kusumi)
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