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Program & Registration

Registration is now CLOSED.

Venue: LUX Lecture Hall, Helgonavägen 3, Lund

Thursday May 5th, 2022

09.00-09.10        Introduction by Martin Garwicz

09.10-09.50        Ulrik Gether
University of Copenhagen, Molecular Neuropharmacology and Genetics Laboratory, Department of Neuroscience, Copenhagen, Denmark
Dopamine function across time scales: from nanoarchitecture to behavior and disease
Chair: Angela Cenci Nilsson

09.50-10.10        Break
10.10-10.50        Andreas Nieder
Animal Physiology, Institute of Neurobiology, University of Tübingen, Germany
Number representations in the brains of humans and animals 
Chair: Martin Garwicz
10.50-11.30        Gonçalo Castelo-Branco
Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm
Oligodendroglia cell states in development and multiple sclerosis:  insights from single-cell transcriptomics and epigenomics
Chair: Johan Jakobsson
11.30-13.00        Lunch break (light lunch provided for registered participants at 11.30)

13.00-14.30        Poster session
Chair: Christine Ekdahl Clementson & Åsa Petersén

  • Session A, 13.00-13.30:

Chair: My Andersson: 1.  Garza, 2. Salvador, 3. Schörling, 4. Stamouli, 5. Svensson
Chair: Marco Ledri: 6. Adami, 7. Bäckström, 8. Elabi, 9. Nilsson, 10. Negrini
Chair: Henrik Ahlenius: 11. Vinod, 12. Belfiori Carrasco, 13. Abbaszadeh, 15. Brolin

  • Session B, 13.30-14.00:

Chair: My Andersson: 16. Buizza, 18. Dubonyte, 19. Fiorenzano
Chair: Marco Ledri: 20. Dickson, 21. Bergh, 22. Hendel, 23. Muralidharan
Chair: Jenny Wickham: 24. Yang, 25. Li, 26. Garcia, 27. Bechet, 28. Thakore

  • Session C, 14.00-14.30:

Chair: Jenny Wickham: 29. Karlsson, 30. Pandiloski, 31. Rajova, 32. Sozzi
Chair: Henrik Ahlenius: 33. Konigs, 34. Wüstefeld, 35. Storm, 36. Tampé


14.30-15.10       Silvia Cappello
Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich, Germany
Extracellular Signaling in Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Chair: Malin Parmar
15.15-15.50       Reception, mingle with refreshments 

Announcement of awards for Best Poster Presentations
Christine Ekdahl Clementson & Åsa Petersén

Announcement of grants awarded by the Segerfalk Foundation
Martin Garwicz

16.00-17.00        SEGERFALK LECTURE 2022

Diploma awarded by Ingrid Agartz, Segerfalkstiftelsen

Eero Castrén
Neuroscience Center, University of Helsinki, Finland
Neuronal plasticity, neurotrophin signaling and the mechanism of action of the common antidepressant drugs

Chair: Åsa Petersén

Organizing committee: Anders Björklund, Christine Ekdahl Clementson, Martin Garwicz, Måns Magnusson, Bo Norrving, Malin Parmar, Åsa Petersén, Oskar Hansson, Maria Compagno Strandberg and Paulina Pettersson (co-ordinator). 

Neuroscience Day is sponsored by the Segerfalkstiftelsen.