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Year 2004

 

Thursday
January 22,
2004,
12h15

 

Thomas Oertner

Multivesicular release and short term plasticity in single synapses

Friedrich Miescher Institute
Novartis Research Foundation, Basel

Invited by
G. Knott

 

Thursday
February 5,
2004,
12h15

Beat Lutz  

Mouse genetics in the quest for the physiological functions of
the endogenous cannabinoid system

Max-Planck-Institute of Psychiatry, Münich

Invited by
J.-P. Cardinaux and
P. Magistretti

 

Wednesday
February 11,
2004,
12h15

Eleanor T. Coffey

Understanding JNK action in neuronal physiology and disease


 

Turku Centre for Biotechnology
Abo Akademi and Turku University Finland

Invited by
P. Clarke


 

Tuesday
February 17,
2004,
12h15

 

Marina Catsicas

Imaging the making of the retina: investigating the role of calcium signaling and Gap junctions

Center for Neurosciences
University of Freiburg, Germany

Invited by
E. Welker

Thursday
February 19 ,
2004 ,
12h15

 

Giovanni Laviola

Adolescence and psychobiological risk factors for vulnerability to psychostimulants

Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Roma

Invited by
F. Magara

Friday,
March 12,
2004,
12h15

 

Daniel Jeanmonod

Mécanismes dysrythmiques thalamocorticaux dans la neuropsychiatrie

University Hospital Zurich
Neurosurgical Department

Invited by
Kim Do

Thursday
March 25,
2004,
12h15

Stéphane Sizonenko

Hypoxia-ischemia in the developing brain: neuropathological, neuroimaging and functional alterations

 

Départements de pédiatrie et de Neurosciences fondamentales
Université de Genève

Invited by
P. Clarke and
A. Truttmann

Thursday,
April 1,
2004,
12h15

 

Andreas Luthi

Input specific mechanisms of associative synaptic plasticity in the lateral amygdala

Biozentrum, Basel

Invited by
Ron Stoop

Thursday,
April 15,
2004,
12h15

 

Michael Frotscher

Laminating the thalamus

Department of Anatomy
University of Freiburg

Invited by
Gabriele Grenningloh

Thursday,
April 22,
2004,
12h15

 

Alex Mauron

Etique et neurosciences

 

Centre Medical Universitaire, Geneva

Invited by
Florence Morgenthaler

Thursday,
May 6,
2004,
12h15

Mathias De Roo

Modulation of GABA(A) and P2X receptors activity by neurosteroids

Laboratoire de Neurophysiologie
Cellulaire et Integree,
UMR 7519-CNRS,
Universite Louis Pasteur
Strasbourg , France

 

Invited by
Ron Stoop

Thursday,
May 13,
2004,
12h15

Eva Mandelkow

Microtubule-Associated Protein Tau: Phosphorylation, Role in Axonal Transport, and Relationship with Alzeimer's Neurodegeneration

 

Max-Planck-Unit for structural molecular biology,
Hamburg,Germany

Invited by
Beat Riederer

Thursday,
May 27,
2004,
12h15

 

Anne McKinney

The Role of Glutamatergic Transmission in Dendritic Spine Dynamics

Brain Research Institute, University of Zurich

Invited by
Kim Do

Thursday,
June 10,
2004,
12h15

 

Eric Newman

Glial Cell Regulation of Synaptic Transmission in the Retina

University of Minnesota , USA

Invited by
Andrea Volterra

Tuesday,
June 22,
2004,
17h15  

Masao Ito

"How does the cerebellum automatize movements and thoughts? Long-term depression and internal model mechanism"

 

Riken Brain Science Institute, Japan

Invited by
Michel Cuénod

Thursday,
June 24,
2004, 12h15  

 

Jacopo Meldolesi

Enlargeosome, from Serendipity to Cell Biology

Department of Neuroscience, University San Raffaele, Milan

Invited by
Andrea Volterra

Friday,
July 2,
2004,
12h15  

Thierry Steimer

Neuroendocrine and behavioural aspects of divergent stress responses in Roman High-(RHA) and Low-(RLA)-Avoidance rats

 

Department of Pharmacology
Geneva University Hospital, Geneva

Invited by
Fulvio Magara

Tuesday,
July 6,
2004,
12h15

 

Sophia Soehrman

Study of SCG10 in vivo during mouse development and its role in endocytosis

Département de Biologie Cellulaire et de Morphologie,
Université de Lausanne

Invited by
Graham Knott

Tuesday,
September 14,
2004,
12h15

Guosong Liu

Organization of excitatory and inhibitory synaptic connections on the dendritic tree and its implications for neural computation  

Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Picower Center for Learning and Memory, and RIKEN-MIT Neuroscience Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

 

Invited by
Graham Knott

Thursday,
October 28,
2004,
12h15

Karl A. Kasischke

Multiphoton functional imaging of astrocytic and neuronal metabolism - implications for the astrocyte-neuron lactate shuttle hypothesis 

NIH-NIBIB Developmental Resource for Biomedical Imaging School of Applied & Engineering Physics, Cornell University, New York

 

Invited by
Luc Pellerin

Thursday,
November 11,
2004,
12h15

 

Kevan AC Martin

Canonical Circuits of Neocortex

Institute of Neuroinformatics
ETHZ , Zürich

Invited by
Graham Knott


Thursday,
December 16,
2004,
12h15  

Beat Schwaller

Cytosolic Ca2+-binding proteins are more than "simple" Ca2+ chelators: Parvalbumin-deficiency affects GABA-ergic transmission resulting in increased susceptibility to epileptic seizures

 

Division Histologie
Département de Médecine
Université de Fribourg

Invited by
Ron Stoop

Tuesday,
December 21,
2004,
12h15  

 

Felipe Barros

Acute modulation of glucose transport by glutamate in neurons and astrocytes

Centro de Estudios Cientificos CECS, Valdivia , Chile

Invited by
Luc Pellerin


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