Day 1: Thursday January 30th
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"
11:15-12:45 Session 4 - Cerebellar development
Ludovic Telley, UNIL, Switzerland "A cellular and molecular atlas of the developing cerebellum"
Maxim Veleanu, 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.
DATES AND VENUE
Centre de Neurochimie (INCI) - Ground floor - Seminar room
Allée du Général Rouvillois
PLEASE NOTE THAT...
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.
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