Neuroscience

Conference Series

The Neuroscience Conference Series(NCS), organised by the Institute of Neurosciences, is a great opportunity to meet international distinguished neuroscientists, who will present the latest advancements in their respective field of research. We keep updating this section regularly and adding more talks, so stay tuned!

Discover the prelimirany programme below and mark your calendar!

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Neuroscience Conference Series 2019

NCS 2019 ”
Physical activities and exercise for healthy cognitive aging “

16/09/2019
03:00 pm – Sala de Graus, Mundet Campus

Louis Bherer, PhD

University of Montréal

NCS 2019 “Las células de cajal-retzius y el desarrollo de la fisura del hipocampo humano”

20/06/2019
12:00 pm – Aula M6 Edifici Margalef, Biology Faculty

Miriam González Gómez, PhD

Universidad de La Laguna

NCS2019 “Pain at its Source: Encoding of Pain-Related Information by Peripheral Nociceptive Terminals in vivo”

11/06/2019
11:00 am – Aula 14 Medicine Faculty, Campus Clinic

Alexander Binshtok, PhD

The Hebrew University Medical School Department of Medical Neurobiology

NCS 2019 “Itch Neurons and their Receptors”

10/05/2019
12:00 pm – Aula Magna, Medicine Faculty, Clinic Campus

Mark A. Hoon, PhD

National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA

NCS 2019 “The Importance of Signaling Pathway Downregulation for Central Nervous System Development and Homeostasis”

09/05/2019
12:00 pm – Aula M6, Edifici Margalef, Biology Faculty

Sergi Simó, PhD University California Davis

 

NCS 2019 “Citizenship and Mental Health”

25/4/2019
12:00 pm – Antoni Caparrós  (Teatre), Faculty of Psychology, Mundet Campus

Michael Rowe, PhD

Yale Department of Psychiatry

NCS 2019 “Person-environment transactions”

01/03/2019
12:00 pm – Sala de Graus, Faculty of Psychology, Mundet Campus

Jaap Denissen, PhD

Tilburg University

NCS 2019 “Environmental enrichment modifies growth signals to promote axon regeneration in the young and aged”

30/01/2019
12:00 pm – Aula de Graus, Biology Faculty

Simone di Giovanni, PhD

Imperial College London

Neuroscience Conference Series 2018

Last year’s edition included speakers such as Salvador Martínez, MD, PhD, (Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante, UMH-CSIC), Jose A. Esteban, PhD, (Centro de Biología Molecular Severo Ochoa- CSIC-Universidad Autónoma de Madrid),  Konstantina Kilteni, PhD (Karolinska Institutet), Jaap Denissen, PhD (Tilburg University), Santiago Rivera, PhD (CNRS – Aix-Marseille Univ), Simone Di Giovanni, PhD (Imperial Collegue London).

See the full programme below.

NCS 2018 “Cellular therapy in ALS: what’s next after phase I and II clinical trials?”

06/06/2018
1:00 pm – Aula Magna, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Medicine Campus (Hospital Clínic)

Salvador Martínez, MD, PhD
Instituto de Neurociencias CSIC-UMH
Abstract

NCS 2018 “Astrocyte-neuron communication for synaptic plasticity and memory”

04/07/2018
1:00 pm – Aula Graus, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Medicine Campus

Jose A. Esteban, PhD
Centro de Biología Molecular Severo Ochoa- CSIC-Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Abstract

NCS 2018 “Using Intensive Longitudinal Methods to Study Within-Person Processes”

10/07/2018
11:00 am – Aula Master, Faculty of Psychology, Mundet Campus

Jean-Philippe Laurenceau, Ph.D.
University of Delaware
Abstract

NCS 2018 “Computational principles of the attenuation of self-generated touch”

18/09/2018
3:00 pm – Sala de Graus, Faculty of Psychology, Mundet Campus

Konstantina Kilteni, PhD
Karolinska Institutet
Abstract

NCS 2018 “The use of Gas1 as an experiemental approach for glioblastoma treatment”

27/09/2018
12:00 pm – Aula 11, Medicine Campus

Jose Segovia, PhD
CINVESTAV, México

Abstract

NCS 2018 “How long would that take? Sensory compensation and adaptation”

05/10/2018
12:00 am – Sala d’Actes del Pavelló de Govern, Bellvitge Health Sciences Campus

Mathieu Beraneck, PhD
Centre Neurophysique, Physiologie et Pathologie, CNRS, France

Abstract

NCS 2018 “Relating Age, Brain and Cognition: results from the Cambridge Centre for Ageing & Neuroscience (CamCAN)”

24/10/2018
13:00 pm – Aula 16, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Medicine Campus

Rik Henson, PhD
University of Cambridge

Abstract

NCS 2018 “Membrane type-matrix metalloproteinases are newcomers to the Alzheimer’s field”

20/11/2018
12:30 pm – Aula 5, Edifici A, Faculty of Pharmacy and Food Sciences

Santiago Rivera, PhD
Research Director CNRS, France

Abstract

NCS 2018 “Artificial Intelligence: New Questions for Legislation and Applied Ethics”

23/11/2018
12:00 pm – Sala de Graus, Faculty of Psychology, Mundet Campus

Thomas Metzinger, PhD
University of Mainz, Germany

Abstract

NCS 2018 “Experience, gender and cultural modulation of the risk of Alzheimer’s disease”

12/12 /2018

3:30 pm – Sala de Graus, Faculty of Psychology, Mundet Campus

Veronique Bohbot, Ph.D,

McGill University

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