Program

Program - Neuroscience Day 2021 

  • Thursday 6 May 2021

Program

12:30-13:00: Arrival to the conference space in Gather.town

SESSION 1: BRAIN DISEASE

PLACE: Keynote Room

Chair: Kim Ryun Drasbek

13.00-13.05      Welcome to Neuroscience Day by Gregers Wegener, head of the Organizing Committee

13.05-13.35      Patient story
                           Introduced by Clinical Professor Grethe Andersen, Department of Neurology, AU and AUH

13.35-14.00      The role of capillaries in cerebrovascular disease    
                           Professor Leif Østergaard, Center of Functionally Integrative Neuroscience, AU

14.00-14.15      Coffee break

 

SESSION 2: CADASIL

 

PLACE: Keynote Room

Chairs: Jelena Radulovic & Jens Christian Hedemann Sørensen

14.15-14.25      Award note from the Lundbeck Foundation

14.25-15.10      Keynote lecture
                        
CADASIL, from mechanisms to therapeutics
                           2019 Brain Prize Winner, Research Director Anne Joutel, INSERM, Paris

15.10-15.25      Break and Photo session: All avatars gather on the beach right after the lecture

 

SESSION 3: POSTER SESSION

PLACE: Poster rooms 1 - 7

15.25-16.45     Poster exhibition

16.45-16.50     Break

 

Session 4: SELECTED ORALS

 

PLACE: Keynote Room

Chairs: Marina Romero-Ramos & Gregers Wegener

16.50-17.50     Four selected orals

  • Reduction of capillary stalling in an animal model of Alzheimer's disease after treatment with carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
    Eugenio Gutiérrez

  • Chronic caffeine treatment delays disease progression in a transgenic α-synuclein prion-like spreading mouse model of Parkinson's disease
    Lasse Reimer

  • Guided immunotherapy of glioblastoma by combined targeting of innate and adaptive immune checkpoints: STING agonist and PD-1 antagonist
    Justin Vareecal Joseph

  • Involvement of KCa2.3 Channels in Relaxation of Erectile Tissue is Altered in Type 2 Diabetic Mice
    Simon Gabriel Comerma Steffensen

17.50-18.00    Announcement of the Zeiss poster prize winner and Closure

Contact

For questions regarding registration, program, presentations, exhibitions, etc. please contact:

Karoline Klitgaard

Student Worker, NeuroCampus Aarhus