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SATURDAY, MARCH 18

9:00 am - 6:00 pm yin  and  yang ASN Registration Desk Open Manning  
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

  ASN Council Meeting I 

Arkansas Ballroom 

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Coffee Break

Ballroom Foyer

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

ASN Public Policy Forum

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Chairs: Sue Griffin, PhD - University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences news-icon 

& Steve Barger, PhD - University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Conway

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

ASN President's Welcome Reception                         
Hosted by ASN logo    Sponsored by VCU SOM LOGO          

Salon B/C 

SUNDAY, MARCH 19

7:00 am - 6:00 pm

yin  and  yang ASN Registration Desk Open

Manning

8:15 am - 8:30 am

President’s Welcome & Introductions
New Member Recognition / Travel Awardees Recognition

Salon B/C

8:30 am - 9:30 am

Presidential Lecture 01:  Cellular Mechanisms of Circuit Assembly and 
Reassembly in the Retina

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Rachel Wong, PhD - University of Washington

Salon B/C

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits  

Salon A & Foyer

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Plenary Lecture PL01: Glial-Glial Interactions in Development & Disease
Jordi Folch-Pi Memorial Lecture

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Chair: Sarah Kucenas, University of Virginia

  1. The Role of Glial-Glial Interactions During Nervous System Development, Injury & Disease - Sarah Kucenas, University of Virginia
  2. How does astrocyte-microglia communication initiate cortical synaptic refinement? - Jeff Stogsdill, Duke University Medical Center
  3. Homeostatic Interactions Among OPCs in Health and Disease - Hui Zong, University of Virginia
  4. Glial-Glial Interactions - Angela Giangrande, France Université de Strasbourg

Salon B/C

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm

food dining icon Lunch with Presidential Speaker: Rachel Wong, PhD         
        Ticket Required ($15) - Limited to 20 Student/Post Docs

Hoffman

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

S01 - Proteolipid Protein: Are You Better With It or Without It?

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Chair: Robert Skoff, Wayne State University

  1. The absence of PLP causes increased number of oligodendrocytes and not-so-good behavioral changes - Wendy Macklin, University of Colorado
  2. What makes PLP tick? - Patricia Wight, University of Arkansas
  3. Transplantation of human neural precursors overcomes too much PLP in a rodent model of PMD - Anne Baron-Van Evercooren, Pierre and Marie Curie University
  4. No PLP is better than PLP in neonatal hypoxic-ischemic mice - Robert Skoff, Wayne State University

Salon B/C

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

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S02 - Lipid Metabolism in Neural Stem Cells, Brain Development & Function

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Chair: Guanghu Wang, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University 

  1. Lipid Metabolism in Adult Neural Stem Cell Biology and AD - Karl Fernandes, Université de Montréal
  2. Neural Lipid metabolism in BBB Function - Eric Murphy, University of North Dakota
  3. Sphingoid bases and neurodegeneration - Stefanka Spassieva, Texas A&M Health Sciences Center
  4. Ceramide Regulates Cilia formation in Human Neural Progenitor Cells and Brain Ependymal Cells - Guanghu Wang, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

Conway

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon A & Foyer

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
C01 - Traumatic Brain Injury Affects Neurovascular Unit Function

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Chair: Stefanie Robel, Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute

  1. Blast-related mild traumatic brain injury: The consequences of more than a decade at war - David Cook, University of Washington
  2. Reactive astrocytes affect neurovascular unit function after repeated mild traumatic brain injury - Stefanie Robel, Virginia Tech
  3. Mechanisms regulating vascular repair and remodeling following traumatic brain injury - Michelle Theus, Virginia Tech

Salon B/C

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
C02 - Chewing the Fat about Chewing the Fat: Interactions of Diet and 
Digestion with Cognition
             

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Chair: Steve Barger, Univ. Arkansas for Medical Sciences 

  1. Amyloid Precursor Protein Impacts on Peripheral Metabolism: Potential for Indirect Effects on CNS - Steve Barger, Univ. Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  2. Characterizing Alzheimer's Disease in the Enteric Nervous System - Colin Combs, University of North Dakota
  3. Surprising Sources of CNS Inflammation - Annadora Bruce-Keller, Louisiana State University

Conway

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

OR01 - Oral Session I: Presentation of Selected Abstracts    
  1. SOX17 REGULATES SOX2 AND TCF7L2/TCF4 INDUCTION, AND PROMOTES OLIGODENDROCYTE PROGENITOR RESPONSE TO DEMYELINATION - Li-Jin Chew
  2. PROTOFIBRILLAR AMYLOID-BETA IS PREFERENTIALLY INTERNALIZED BY PRIMARY MICROGLIA - Lisa Gouwens
  3. OPTICAL INTERROGATION OF THE SUPRAMOLECULAR ORGANIZATION OF GAP JUNCTIONS- HOW NEXUS STRUCTURE REGULATES CELLULAR FUNCTION OF GLIA - Randy Stout
  4. ACUTE NEUROINFLAMMATION INDUCES AXON INITIAL SEGMENT STRUCTURAL PLASTICITY - Savannah Benusa
  5. ABSENCE OF MTORC2 SIGNALING IN OLIGODENDROCYTE PRECURSOR CELLS HINDERS DIFFERENTIATION AND MYELINATION - Hannah Hathaway
  6. NECTIN-LIKE 2 (NECL-2) CELL ADHESION MOLECULE IS A NEGATIVE REGULATOR OF SCHWANN CELL MYELINATION - Ming-Shuo Chen

 Harris Brake

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Poster Session I - Authors Present                                    
Wine & Cheese Served

Salon A & Foyer

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
food dining icon Student / Post Doc Mingle                                            
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MONDAY, MARCH 20

7:00 am - 5:00 pm

yin  and  yang ASN Registration Desk Open

Manning

8:15 am - 8:30 am
General Session - Opening Remarks                                      
Jordi Folch-Pi Award & ASN NEURO Award Presentations

Salon B/C

8:30 am - 9:30 am
Presidential Lecture 02: 
Promoting Axon Regeneration by Manipulating Intrinsic Growth Capacity
of Adult CNS Neurons

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Zhigang He, PhD - Harvard University

Salon B/C

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon A & Foyer

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

Plenary Lecture PL02:  ER Stress and Neurodegeneration

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Chairs: Yang Hu, Stanford UniversityJonathan Lin, University of California San Diego

  1. The Role of ER Protein Misfolding in Neurodegeneration: Potential Therapeutic Approaches - Randal Kaufman, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute
  2. ER Stress in Human Photoreceptor Diseases - Jonathan Lin, University of California San Diego
  3. The Role of ER Stress in the Oligodendrocyte Response to Inflammation - Brian Popko, University of Chicago
  4. Translational Control in Pathological Learning - Mauro Costa-Mattioli, Baylor College of Medicine

Salon B/C

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
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        Ticket Required ($25 Faculty / $15 Student)

Arkansas Ballroom

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm

food dining icon Lunch with Presidential Speaker: Zhigang He, PhD
       Ticket Required ($15) - Limited to 20 Student/Post Docs

Hoffman

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
S03 -  Defining Neuropsychiatric Disorders by Using Human Induced 
Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC) Technologies
                   

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Chairs: Emanuel DiCicco-Bloom, Rutgers University James H. Millonig, Rutgers University 

  1. Pluripotent stem cells as model for understanding and treating Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) - Xinyu Zhao, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  2. Generating idiopathic autism iPSCs to characterize individual-specific mechanisms of disease - James H. Millonig, Rutgers University
  3. Abnormalities in proliferation, differentiation and cell migration cluster in idiopathic autism - Emanuel DiCicco-Bloom, Rutgers University
  4. Developing 3D human brain models to study development and disease - Sergiu Pasca, Stanford University

Salon B/C

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
S04 - ApoE as an AD Therapeutic Target: Novel Approaches

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Chairs: Mary Jo LaDu, University of Illinois at Chicago Leon Tai, University of Illinois at Chicago 

  1. ApoE-lipoproteins secreted by glial cells facilitate soluble AB clearance - Mary Jo LaDu, University of Illinois at Chicago
  2. APOE4 modulated cerebrovascular dysfunction as a potential therapeutic target for Alzheimer's disease - Leon Tai, University of Illinois at Chicago
  3. Remyelination and Repair in Animal Models with ApoE-Mimetics - Michael P. Vitek, Duke University
  4. Rescue of APOE4 phenotypes in control mice by ibuprofen - G. William Rebeck, Georgetown University

Conway

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon A & Foyer

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
C03 - Major Advancements in Your PhD Career

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Chairs: Haley Titus, Northwestern University & Joshua Burda, UCLA

  1. When to Apply for Grants - Sanoj Suneja, National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
  2. How to Find a Good Postdoctoral Position Fit - Joshua Burda, UCLA & Haley Titus, Northwestern University
  3. Applying for a Job in Academia - Monica Carson, University of California, Riverside
  4. Applying for Non-Academic Positions in Industry - Karen Chandross, Sanofi 
  5. How to Join an Editorial Board/Study Session - Scott Brady, University of Illinois, Chicago

Salon B/C

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

C04 - Glial-Neuronal Interactions in Epileptogenesis

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Chairs: Thimmasettappa Thippeswamy, Iowa State University & Devin Binder, University of California, Riverside

  1. The role of astroglial glutamine synthetase in brain physiology and epilepsy - Tore Eid, Yale University
  2. Targeting immune and vascular signaling after brain injury to limit epileptogenesis - Vijaylakshmi Santhakumar, Rutgers University
  3. Role of astrocyte channels and transporters in epileptogenesis - Devin Binder, University of California, Riverside
  4. Disease modification in epilepsy- neuron and glial targets - Thimmasettappa Thippeswamy, Iowa State University

Conway

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
C05 - Neuropathologic Mechanisms, Consequences, and Intervention 
in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

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Chairs: Sandra Mooney, University of MarylandCynthia Kane, University of Arkansas

  1. Overview of FASD - Antonio Noronha, NIAAA
  2. Plasma microRNAs during pregnancy predict variations in infant outcomes due to prenatal alcohol expo - Rajesh Miranda, Texas A&M University
  3. Developmental stage-dependent effects of early gestational ethanol exposure: Neuroimaging - Scott Parnell, University of North Carolina
  4. Nutritional interventions can mitigate some ethanol-induced changes in behavior & brain connectivity - Sandra Mooney, University of Maryland
  5. Alcohol-induced neuroinflammation and potential intervention - Cynthia Kane, University of Arkansas

Harris Brake

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

yin  and  yang ASN Business Meeting

Salon B/C

TUESDAY, MARCH 21

7:00 am - 5:00 pm

ASN Registration Desk Open

Manning

8:15 am - 8:30 am
General Session - Opening Remarks  
Sanofi Award, presented by Babette Fuss

Salon B/C

8:30 am - 9:30 am

 

Presidential Lecture 03: 
Immunosuppression Regulates Amino Acid Metabolism in the Brain:
Implications for Alzheimer's Disease
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Carol Colton, PhD - Duke University
George Siegel Basic Neurochemistry Textbook Lecture

Salon B/C

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon A & Foyer

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Plenary Session PL03:  Tubulinopathies and Related Disorders 

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Chair: Judy Liu, George Washington University 

  1. Understanding the Lissencephaly Interactive - Karel Liem, Yale University
  2. Using Fruit Flies to Understand How the Microtubule Cytoskeleton is Regulated in Neurons - Jill Kathleen Wildonger, University of Wisconsin
  3. Cell Specific Syndromes Caused by TUBB4A Mutations - Quasar Padiath, University of Pittsburgh
  4. Modeling TUBB3 Mutations and its Interactions - Long Cheng, Harvard University

Salon B/C

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
food dining icon Lunch with Presidential Speaker: Carol Colton, PhD             
       Ticket Required ($15) - Limited to 20 Student/Post Docs

Hoffman

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
S05 - Regulation of Mitochondrial Metabolism: New Insights & Mechanisms

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Chairs: Mary McKenna, Univ. of MarylandArne Schousboe, Univ. of Copenhagen

  1. Flexible fueling: Investigating hippocampal primary neuron resiliency to acute and prolonged metabolic challenges - Courtney Sobieski, Washington University
  2. Role of KGDH in modulating brain metabolism by succinylation of proteins: a newly identified mechanism - Gary Gibson, Cornell University
  3. In Vivo Assessment of NAD Redox State and Bioenergetics in Brain - Wei Chen, University of Minnesota
  4. Exploring the role of NAMPT-mediated NAD biosynthesis in mitochondrial function and energy metabolism - Jun Yoshino, Washington University

Salon B/C

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
S06 - Interacting Signaling Pathways at the Crossroads to 
Demyelinating and Remyelinating Responses
                                     

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Chair: Bridget Shafit-Zagardo, Albert Einstein College of MedicineCheryl Dreyfus, Rutgers University

  1. Inducible Genetic Fate Labeling for In Vivo Detection of Sonic Hedgehog Signaling During Corpus Call - Regina Armstrong, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
  2. Extensive axonal damage and demyelination are observed in Gas6-/-Axl-/- double-knockout (DKO) mice - Bridget Shafit-Zagardo, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  3. TrkB on oligodendrocytes directly mediates BDNF"s effects on myelin following a demyelinating lesion - Cheryl Dreyfus, Rutgers University
  4. TSC and mTOR Signaling Functions in Oligodendrocyte Differentiation and Remyelination - Terri Wood, Rutgers University

Conway

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon A & Foyer

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
C06 - Roles of Lipids in Neurological Disorders

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Chairs: Xianlin Han, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery InstituteXiao-Ming Xu, Indiana University 

  1. Phospholipase A2 as a novel target for neuroprotection after spinal cord injury - Xiao-Ming Xu, Indiana University
  2. The role of bis(monoacylglycero)phosphate in gangliosidoses - Zeynep Akgöç, Boston College
  3. Clinical insights of traumatic spinal cord and brain injuries - Christopher B. Shields, Norton Neuroscience Institute
  4. Loss of sulfatide: The key node leading to the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease - Xianlin Han, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute

Salon B/C

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

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C07 - Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Peripheral Myelin 
Homeostasis During Development and in Diseases

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Chairs: Haesun Kim, Rutgers University Corey Heffernan, 

  1. Proteostasis in Normal and Diseased Myelinating Schwann cells - Lawrence Wrabetz, Buffalo University
  2. Cholesterol homeostasis in neuropathic Schwann cells - Lucia Notterpek, University of Florida
  3. Choline transport and lipid homeostasis in regulating PNS myelination - Corey Heffernan, Rutgers University
  4. Protein targeting and myelin junction maturation - Jun Li, Vanderbilt University

Conway

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
OR02 - Oral Session II: Presentation of Selected Abstracts  
  1. PARTIAL RESCUE OF RETT SYNDROME PHENOTYPES VIA MODULATION OF NF-κB SIGNALING AND VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTATION IN MECP2-NULL MICE - Jessica MacDonald
  2. LRRTM1 CONTRIBUTES TO THE ASSEMBLY OF COMPLEX RETINOGENICULATE SYNAPSES IN MOUSE VISUAL THALAMUS - Aboozar Monavarfeshani
  3. MUTANT HUNTINGTIN EXPRESSION INDUCES JNK ACTIVATION AND PROMOTES AXONAL DEGENERATION IN VULNERABLE CORTICAL NEURON
    SUBPOPULATIONS - Nichole Mesnard-Hoaglin
  4. EXAMINATION OF THE CLASS IV SEMAPHORIN SEMA4A IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATHOGENESIS - Brian Chiou
  5. KLOTHO REGULATES POSTNATAL NEUROGENESIS AND PROTECTS AGAINST AGE-RELATED LOSS OF DENTATE GYRUS FUNCTION - Gwendalyn King
  6. MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF HIV-1 TAT ON AREA CA1 OF THE HIPPOCAMPUS - William Marks

Harris Brake

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Poster Session II - Authors Present                                   
Wine & Cheese Served

Salon A & Foyer

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Neurochemical Research Editorial Board Meeting

TBA-offsite

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22

7:00 am - 5:00 pm yin  and  yang  ASN Registration Desk Open Manning
8:15 am - 8:30 am
General Session - Opening Remarks

Salon B/C

8:30 am - 9:30 am

Presidential Lecture 04: 
Astrocyte Control of Neural Circuits and Behavior
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Marc Freeman, University of Massachusetts

Salon B/C 

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon A & Foyer

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Plenary Lecture PL04: Strategies for Promoting CNS Remyelination in 
Demyelinating Disorders

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Chair: Jeffrey Huang, Georgetown University 

  1. Control of Inflammation and its Resolution in CNS Remyelination - Jeffrey Huang, Georgetown University
  2. Role of Vasculature in Oligodendrocyte Precursor Cell Migration - Stephen Fancy, UCSF
  3. Astrocytes Regulate Oligodendrocyte Regeneration After Demyelination - Vittorio Gallo, Children's National Medical Center
  4. A Chemical Approach to Remyelination - Luke Lairson, The Scripps Research Institute

Salon B/C

12:00 pm - 3:30 pm
  ASN Council Meeting II                                                   

Arkansas Ballroom

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
food dining icon Lunch with Presidential Speaker: Marc Freeman, PhD
       Ticket Required ($15) - Limited to 20 Student/Post Docs

Hoffman

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

 

 

 

S07 - Glial Cells of the Second Brain: Novel Roles of Enteric Glia in 
Health and Disease
Marian Kies Symposium

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Chair: Vladimir Grubisic, Michigan State University

  1. Heterogeneity of enteric glia and neuron-glia interactions in the enteric nervous system - Werend Boesmans, University of Leuven, Belgium
  2. Enteric glia actively regulate gut (patho)physiology - Vladimir Grubisic, Michigan State University
  3. Interactions between microbiota and enteric glial cells - Sarah McCallum, Francis Crick Institute
  4. Dysfunctions of the Digestive Neuro-Glio-Epithelial Unit - Michel Neunlist, Université Nantes, France

Salon B/C

 
S08 - Extracellular Vesicles in Neurodegenerative Disease

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Chair: Michael B. Dinkins, Augusta University

  1. Targeting neutral sphingomyelinase to block exosome secretion in Alzheimer's disease - Michael Dinkins, Augusta University
  2. Extracellular vesicles and amyloid-beta aggregation - Michael Nichols, University of Missouri-St. Louis
  3. Extracellular vesicles in Multiple Sclerosis - Maria Irene Givogri, University of Illinois-Chicago
  4. Propagation of extracellular tau by exosomes - Tsuneya Ikezu, Boston University

Conway

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Coffee Break: Visit Exhibits

Salon A & Foyer

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

C08 - Multimodal Approach Targeting Post-Stroke Inflammatory 
Responses for Therapeutic Intervention

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Chairs: Surojit Paul, Univ. of New Mexico Eduardo Candelario-Jalil, Univ. of Florida 

  1. Role of brain-enriched tyrosine phosphatase Ptpn5 in regulating neuroinflammation in ischemic stroke - Surojit Paul, University of New Mexico
  2. Activation of liopxinA4 pathway promotes resolution of neuroinflammation after ischemic stroke - Eduardo Candelario-Jalil, University of Florida
  3. TREM2 promotes phagocytosis and improved recovery following experimental brain ischemia and trauma - Midori A Yenari, University of California, San Francisco
  4. Comorbidity-modified neuroinflammation in ischemic stroke: role of CD36 - Sunghee Cho, Weill Cornell Medicine at Burke Medical Research Institute

Salon B/C

 

C09 - Principles of Neurogliopathology

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Chairs: Nina Vardjan, University of Ljubljana & Alexej Verkhratsky, University of Manchester 

  1. Glial calcium signalling in neurodegenerative diseases - Alexej Verkhratsky, University of Manchester
  2. Live imaging of brain injury depolarizations and their impact on neuroglia - Sergei A. Kirov, Medical College of Georgia
  3. Astrocytic calcium- and cAMP-mediated functions in health and diseases - Nina Vardjan, University of Ljubljana
  4. Autotaxin: a regulator of oligodendrocyte differentiation and CNS myelination - Babette Fuss, Virginia Commonwealth University

Conway

 
C10 - Organ-on-a-Chip Technology: Recent Advances & Challenges

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Chair: Syed F. Ali, National Center for Toxicological Research & Hector Rosas-Hernandez, National Center for Toxicological Research

  1. Human Microphysiological Systems: Tissues-on-Chips for In Vitro Safety, Toxicity and Efficacy Testing - Danilo Tagle, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, NIH
  2. Neurovascular unit components on a chip as a model to study traumatic brain injury - Hector Rosas-Hernandez, National Center for Toxicological Research
  3. The cardio-neuro vascular system on-a-chip - Kartik Balachandran, University of Arkansas
  4. Vascularization of Organ on a Chip System - Kapil Pant, CFD Research Corporation SynoVivo, Inc.

Harris Brake

7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

 

ASN Closing Reception / Dinner / Dancing                
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All registered delegates are invited to attend the closing reception.

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