Insight into the Cerebellum

January 30 - 31, 2020

Strasbourg (France)


Day 1: Thursday January 30th

14:00-14:30  Welcome

14:30-16:00  Session 1 - From sensori-motor control to cognition

Laurent Goffart, INT Marseille "Cerebellar control of gaze and head orientations toward a visual target"
Federica Lareno-Faccini, INCI, Strasbourg "Implicit timing and the cerebellum: implications for the understanding of schizophrenia"
Laura Cutando Ruiz, IGF, Montpellier "Cerebellar dopamine D2 receptor regulates social behavior and anxiety"
Majd Abdallah, INCIA, Bordeaux "The Dynamics of Cerebro-Cerebellar Functional Connectivity: Relation to Behavior and Cognition in Health and Addiction
16:00-16:30  Coffee break

16:30-18:30  Session 2 - Circuits interactions

Berenice Coutant, IBENS, Paris "Role of the cerebellum in levodopa-induced dyskinesia in Parkinson's disease"
Vincent Villette, IBENS, Paris "Multiphoton optical recording of Purkinje cells calcium and voltage at high frame rate : revisiting climbing fiber signaling"
Michael Graupner, Brain Physiology Lab, Paris "Cerebellar molecular layer interneuron activity and locomotor learning"
Micaela Galante, Paris Saclay "Bergmann glia-Purkinje cell interaction via modulation of extracellular potassium levels"

18:30-19:00 Club committee

19:00-21:00  Posters + Wine and cheese buffet

Day 2: Friday January 31th


9:00-10:00   Session 3 - Modelling

Alexis Cheviet, Centre de Recherche en Neurosciences de Lyon - CRNL (Inserm U1028, CNRS UMR5292)
"Interaction between visual localization and adaptation of saccades : a study in cerebellar patients"
Arvind Kumar, KTH, Stockholm and Bernstein Center, Freiburg "Role of short-term dynamics of synapses in shaping the neural code in the cerebellum"

10:00-10 :45 Keynote lecture 
Sascha Du Lac, John Hopkins, USA "The logic of Cerebellar output circuits"

10:45-11:15 Coffe-break

11:15-12:45 Session 4 - Cerebellar development

Ludovic Telley, UNIL, Switzerland "A cellular and molecular atlas of the developing cerebellum"
Maxim Veleanu & Fekrije Selimi, CIRB, Paris "Synaptic deficits in cerebellar Purkinje cells in mice models of schizophrenia"
Anna Niewiadomska-Cimicka, IGBMC, Illkirch "Spinocerebellar ataxia type 7 mice show Purkinje cell dysfunction and gene deregulation signature also found in SCA1 and SCA2"

12:45-15:30  Posters and Lunch Buffet


 This meeting is co-organized with the France Cerebellum Club.




Centre de Neurochimie (INCI) - Ground floor - Seminar room

Allée du Général Rouvillois

67000 Strasbourg



January 30th-31st


Registration dead-line: January 26th, 2020


Neurex workshops are part of the cycle B5 of the University of Basel. They allow students to gain Credit Points from attending workshops/meetings.

This specific workshop will give rise to the attribution of 1 CP.

Important: Full rules & how to proceed available here.