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SATURDAY, MARCH 18

9:00 am - 6:00 pm yin  and  yang ASN Registration Desk Open Manning
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm  ASN Council Meeting I Arkansas Ballroom
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Coffee Break

Ballroom Foyer

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

ASN Public Policy Forum: Alzheimer's and You

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Chairs: Sue Griffin, PhD - University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences news-icon 

& Steve Barger, PhD - University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

This Forum will focus on the patient – disease progression and brain changes accompanying cognitive decline; on the caregivers - stress, fatigue, and out-of-pocket costs; and on research – treatment and prevention successes and failures.

  1. Introduction to Alzheimer’s Disease, with Broad Stroke Assessment of Brain Changes and the Impact of Dementia in a Small Southern State - Arkansas - Sue Griffin, PhD, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 
  2. National Impact of Alzheimer’s and its Care - Susan Neyman, Alzheimer’s Association, Arkansas
  3. The Importance of Community Actions and Statewide and Local Outreach to Patients, Caregivers, and Activists - Elise Siegler, Alzheimer’s Arkansas and Claudia Beverly, PhD, RN, FAAN, Hartford Center of Geriatric Nursing Excellence and The Arkansas Aging Initiative at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 
  4. Where We Are in Scientific Advances Toward Treatment and Prevention of Alzheimers - Steve Barger, PhD, University of Arkansas 

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Conway

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

ASN President's Welcome Reception                         
Hosted by ASN logo    Sponsored by VCU SOM LOGO          

Salon A

SUNDAY, MARCH 19

7:00 am - 6:00 pm

yin  and  yang ASN Registration Desk Open

Manning

8:15 am - 8:30 am

President’s Welcome & Introductions
New Member Recognition / YIEE Award Recognition

Salon A

8:30 am - 9:30 am

Presidential Lecture 01:  Cellular Mechanisms of Circuit Assembly 
and Reassembly in the Retina

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Rachel Wong, PhD - University of Washington

Salon A

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits  

Salon B/C & Foyer

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Plenary Lecture PL01: Glial-Glial Interactions in Development & 
Disease
Jordi Folch-Pi Memorial Lecture

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Chair: Sarah Kucenas, University of Virginia

  1. The Role of Glial-Glial Interactions During Nervous System Development, Injury & Disease - Sarah Kucenas, University of Virginia
  2. How do astrocytes develop a complex morphology and attain their synaptogenic function? - Jeff Stogsdill, Duke University Medical Center
  3. Homeostatic Interactions Among OPCs in Health and Disease - Hui Zong, University of Virginia
  4. Glial-Glial Interactions - Angela Giangrande, France Université de Strasbourg

Salon A

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm

food dining icon Lunch with Presidential Speaker: Rachel Wong, PhD         
        Ticket Required ($15) - Limited to 20 Student/Post Docs

Hoffman

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

S01 - Proteolipid Protein: Are You Better With It or Without It?

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Chair: Robert Skoff, Wayne State University

  1. The absence of PLP causes increased number of oligodendrocytes and not-so-good behavioral changes - Wendy Macklin, University of Colorado
  2. What makes PLP tick? - Patricia Wight, University of Arkansas
  3. Transplantation of human neural precursors overcomes too much PLP in a rodent model of PMD - Anne Baron-Van Evercooren, Pierre and Marie Curie University
  4. No PLP is better than PLP in neonatal hypoxic-ischemic mice - Robert Skoff, Wayne State University

Salon A

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

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S02 - Lipid Metabolism in Neural Stem Cells, Brain Development & 
Function

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Chair: Guanghu Wang, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University 

  1. Lipid Metabolism in Adult Neural Stem Cell Biology and AD - Karl Fernandes, Université de Montréal
  2. Neural Lipid metabolism in BBB Function - Eric Murphy, University of North Dakota
  3. Sphingoid bases and neurodegeneration - Stefanka Spassieva, Texas A&M Health Sciences Center
  4. Ceramide Regulates Cilia formation in Human Neural Progenitor Cells and Brain Ependymal Cells - Guanghu Wang, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

Conway

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon B/C & Foyer

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
C01 - Traumatic Brain Injury Affects Neurovascular Unit Function

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Chair: Stefanie Robel, Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute

  1. Blast-related mild traumatic brain injury: The consequences of more than a decade at war - David Cook, University of Washington
  2. Reactive astrocytes affect neurovascular unit function after repeated mild traumatic brain injury - Stefanie Robel, Virginia Tech
  3. Mechanisms regulating vascular repair and remodeling following traumatic brain injury - Michelle Theus, Virginia Tech

Salon A

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
C02 - Chewing the Fat about Chewing the Fat: Interactions of Diet 
and Digestion with Cognition
             

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Chair: Steve Barger, Univ. Arkansas for Medical Sciences 

  1. Amyloid Precursor Protein Impacts on Peripheral Metabolism: Potential for Indirect Effects on CNS - Steve Barger, Univ. Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  2. Characterizing Alzheimer's Disease in the Enteric Nervous System - Colin Combs, University of North Dakota
  3. Surprising Sources of CNS Inflammation - Annadora Bruce-Keller, Louisiana State University

Conway

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

OR01 - Oral Session I: Presentation of Selected Abstracts
  1. Sox17 Regulates Sox2 and Tcf7L2/Tcf4 Induction, and Promotes Oligodendrocyte Progenitor Response to Demyelination - Li-Jin Chew
  2. Protofibrillar Amyloid-Beta is Preferentially Internalized by Primary Microglia - Lisa Gouwens
  3. Optical Interrogation of the Supramolecular Organization of Gap Junctions- How Nexus Structure Regulates Cellular Function of Glia - Randy Stout
  4. Acute Neuroinflammation Induces Axon Initial Segment Structural Plasticity - Savannah Benusa
  5. Absence of Mtorc2 Signaling in Oligodendrocyte Precursor Cells Hinders Differentiation and Myelination - Hannah Hathaway
  6. Nectin-Like 2 (Necl-2) Cell Adhesion Molecule is a Negative Regulator of Schwann Cell Myelination - Ming-Shuo Chen

Harris Brake

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Poster Session I - Authors Present                                    
Wine & Cheese Served

Salon B/C & Foyer

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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MONDAY, MARCH 20

7:00 am - 5:00 pm

yin  and  yang ASN Registration Desk Open

Manning

8:15 am - 8:30 am
General Session - Opening Remarks                                      
Jordi Folch-Pi Award - Presented by Eric Murphy

Salon A

8:30 am - 9:30 am
Presidential Lecture 02: 
Promoting Axon Regeneration by Manipulating Intrinsic Growth
Capacity of Adult CNS Neurons

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Zhigang He, PhD - Harvard University

Salon A

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon B/C & Foyer

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

Plenary Lecture PL02:  ER Stress and Neurodegeneration

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Chairs: Yang Hu, Stanford UniversityJonathan Lin, University of California San Diego

  1. The Role of ER Protein Misfolding in Neurodegeneration: Potential Therapeutic Approaches - Randal Kaufman, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute
  2. ER Stress in Human Photoreceptor Diseases - Jonathan Lin, University of California San Diego
  3. The Role of ER Stress in the Oligodendrocyte Response to Inflammation - Brian Popko, University of Chicago
  4. Translational Control in Pathological Learning - Mauro Costa-Mattioli, Baylor College of Medicine

Salon A

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
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        Ticket Required ($25 Faculty / $15 Student)

Arkansas Ballroom

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm

food dining icon Lunch with Presidential Speaker: Zhigang He, PhD
        Ticket Required ($15) - Limited to 20 Student/Post Docs

Hoffman

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
S03 -  Defining Neuropsychiatric Disorders by Using Human 
Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC) Technologies
                   

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Chairs: Emanuel DiCicco-Bloom, Rutgers University James H. Millonig, Rutgers University 

  1. Pluripotent stem cells as model for understanding and treating Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) - Xinyu Zhao, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  2. Generating idiopathic autism iPSCs to characterize individual-specific mechanisms of disease - James H. Millonig, Rutgers University
  3. Abnormalities in proliferation, differentiation and cell migration cluster in idiopathic autism - Emanuel DiCicco-Bloom, Rutgers University
  4. Developing 3D human brain models to study development and disease - Sergiu Pasca, Stanford University

Salon A

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
S04 - ApoE as an AD Therapeutic Target: Novel Approaches

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Chairs: Mary Jo LaDu, University of Illinois at Chicago Leon Tai, University of Illinois at Chicago 

  1. ApoE-lipoproteins secreted by glial cells facilitate soluble AB clearance - Mary Jo LaDu, University of Illinois at Chicago
  2. APOE4 modulated cerebrovascular dysfunction as a potential therapeutic target for Alzheimer's disease - Leon Tai, University of Illinois at Chicago
  3. Remyelination and Repair in Animal Models with ApoE-Mimetics - Michael P. Vitek, Duke University
  4. Rescue of APOE4 phenotypes in control mice by ibuprofen - G. William Rebeck, Georgetown University

Conway

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon B/C & Foyer

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
C03 - Major Advancements in Your PhD Career

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Chairs: Haley Titus, Northwestern University & Joshua Burda, UCLA

  1. When to Apply for Grants - Sanoj Suneja, National Institute on Aging/NIH/DHHS
  2. How to Find a Good Postdoctoral Position Fit - Joshua Burda, UCLA & Haley Titus, Northwestern University
  3. Applying for a Job in Academia - Monica Carson, University of California, Riverside
  4. Applying for Non-Academic Positions in Industry - Karen Chandross, Sanofi 
  5. How to Join an Editorial Board/Study Session - Scott Brady, University of Illinois, Chicago

Salon A

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

C04 - Glial-Neuronal Interactions in Epileptogenesis

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Chairs: Thimmasettappa Thippeswamy, Iowa State University & Devin Binder, University of California, Riverside

  1. The role of astroglial glutamine synthetase in brain physiology and epilepsy - Tore Eid, Yale University
  2. Targeting immune and vascular signaling after brain injury to limit epileptogenesis - Vijaylakshmi Santhakumar, Rutgers University
  3. Role of astrocyte channels and transporters in epileptogenesis - Devin Binder, University of California, Riverside
  4. Disease modification in epilepsy- neuron and glial targets - Thimmasettappa Thippeswamy, Iowa State University

Conway

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
C05 - Neuropathologic Mechanisms, Consequences, and Intervention 
in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

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Chairs: Sandra Mooney, University of MarylandCynthia Kane, University of Arkansas

  1. Overview of FASD - Antonio Noronha, NIAAA
  2. Plasma microRNAs during pregnancy predict variations in infant outcomes due to prenatal alcohol expo - Rajesh Miranda, Texas A&M University
  3. Developmental stage-dependent effects of early gestational ethanol exposure: Neuroimaging - Scott Parnell, University of North Carolina
  4. Nutritional interventions can mitigate some ethanol-induced changes in behavior & brain connectivity - Sandra Mooney, University of Maryland
  5. Alcohol-induced neuroinflammation and potential intervention - Cynthia Kane, University of Arkansas

Harris Brake

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

yin  and  yang ASN Business Meeting

Salon A

TUESDAY, MARCH 21

7:00 am - 5:00 pm

ASN Registration Desk Open

Manning

8:15 am - 8:30 am
General Session - Opening Remarks  
Marion Kies Award - Presented by Astrid Cardona and Emma Wilson

Salon A

8:30 am - 9:30 am

 

Presidential Lecture 03: 
Immunosuppression Regulates Amino Acid Metabolism in the
Brain: Implications for Alzheimer's Disease
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Carol Colton, PhD - Duke University
George Siegel Basic Neurochemistry Textbook Lecture

Salon A

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon B/C & Foyer

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Plenary Session PL03:  Tubulinopathies and Related Disorders 

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Chair: Judy Liu, George Washington University 

  1. Understanding the Lissencephaly Interactive - Karel Liem, Yale University
  2. Using Fruit Flies to Understand How the Microtubule Cytoskeleton is Regulated in Neurons - Jill Kathleen Wildonger, University of Wisconsin
  3. Cell Specific Syndromes Caused by TUBB4A Mutations - Quasar Padiath, University of Pittsburgh
  4. Modeling TUBB3 Mutations and its Interactions - Long Cheng, Harvard University

Salon A

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
food dining icon Lunch with Presidential Speaker: Carol Colton, PhD             
        Ticket Required ($15) - Limited to 20 Student/Post Docs

Hoffman

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
S05 - Regulation of Mitochondrial Metabolism: New Insights & 
Mechanisms

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Chairs: Mary McKenna, Univ. of MarylandArne Schousboe, Univ. of Copenhagen

  1. Flexible fueling: Investigating hippocampal primary neuron resiliency to acute and prolonged metabolic challenges - Courtney Sobieski, Washington University
  2. Role of KGDH in modulating brain metabolism by succinylation of proteins: a newly identified mechanism - Gary Gibson, Cornell University
  3. In Vivo Assessment of NAD Redox State and Bioenergetics in Brain - Wei Chen, University of Minnesota
  4. Exploring the role of NAMPT-mediated NAD biosynthesis in mitochondrial function and energy metabolism - Jun Yoshino, Washington University

Salon A

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

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S06 - Interacting Signaling Pathways at the Crossroads to 
Demyelinating and Remyelinating Responses
                                     

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Chair: Bridget Shafit-Zagardo, Albert Einstein College of MedicineCheryl Dreyfus, Rutgers University

  1. Inducible Genetic Fate Labeling for In Vivo Detection of Sonic Hedgehog Signaling During Corpus Callosum Myelination in Postnatal Development and Following Chronic Demyelination - Regina Armstrong, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
  2. Extensive axonal damage and demyelination are observed in Gas6-/-Axl-/- double-knockout (DKO) mice - Bridget Shafit-Zagardo, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  3. TrkB on oligodendrocytes directly mediates BDNF"s effects on myelin following a demyelinating lesion - Cheryl Dreyfus, Rutgers University
  4. TSC and mTOR Signaling Functions in Oligodendrocyte Differentiation and Remyelination - Teresa Wood, Rutgers University

Conway

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Coffee Break: View Posters & Visit Exhibits

Salon B/C & Foyer

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
C06 - Roles of Lipids in Neurological Disorders

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Chairs: Xianlin Han, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery InstituteXiao-Ming Xu, Indiana University 

  1. Phospholipase A2 as a novel target for neuroprotection after spinal cord injury - Xiao-Ming Xu, Indiana University
  2. The role of bis(monoacylglycero)phosphate in gangliosidoses - Zeynep Akgöç, Boston College
  3. Clinical insights of traumatic spinal cord and brain injuries - Christopher B. Shields, Norton Neuroscience Institute
  4. Loss of sulfatide: The key node leading to the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease - Xianlin Han, Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute

Salon A

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

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C07 - Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Peripheral Myelin 
Homeostasis During Development and in Diseases

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Chairs: Haesun Kim, Rutgers University  Corey Heffernan, 

  1. Proteostasis in Normal and Diseased Myelinating Schwann cells - Lawrence Wrabetz, Buffalo University
  2. Cholesterol homeostasis in neuropathic Schwann cells - Lucia Notterpek, University of Florida
  3. Choline transport and lipid homeostasis in regulating PNS myelination - Corey Heffernan, Rutgers University
  4. Protein targeting and myelin junction maturation - Jun Li, Vanderbilt University

Conway

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
OR02 - Oral Session II: Presentation of Selected Abstracts  
  1. Partial Rescue of Rett Syndrome Phenotypes via Modulation of Nf-Κb Signaling and Vitamin D Supplementation in Mecp2-Null Mice - Jessica MacDonald
  2. Lrrtm1 Contributes to the Assembly of Complex Retinogeniculate Synapses in Mouse Visual Thalamus - Aboozar Monavarfeshani
  3. Mutant Huntingtin Expression Induces Jnk Activation and Promotes Axonal Degeneration in Vulnerable Cortical Neuron
    Subpopulations - Nichole Mesnard-Hoaglin
  4. Examination of the Class IV Semaphorin Sema4A in Multiple Sclerosis Pathogenesis - Brian Chiou
  5. Klotho Regulates Postnatal Neurogenesis and Protects Against Age-Related Loss of Dentate Gyrus Function - Gwendalyn King
  6. Morphological and Functional Consequences of Hiv-1 Tat on Area Ca1 of the Hippocampus - William Marks

Harris Brake

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Poster Session II - Authors Present                                   
Wine & Cheese Served

Salon B/C & Foyer

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Neurochemical Research Editorial Board Meeting

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22

7:00 am - 5:00 pm yin  and  yang  ASN Registration Desk Open Manning
8:15 am - 8:30 am
General Session - Opening Remarks
ASN Neuro Award - Presented by Monica Carson
Sanofi Award - Presented by Karen Chandross
Biolegend Award - Presented Patrick Zou

Salon A

8:30 am - 9:30 am

Presidential Lecture 04: 
Astrocyte Control of Neural Circuits and Behavior
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Marc Freeman, University of Massachusetts

Salon A 

9:30 am - 10:00 am

Coffee Break

Salon B/C & Foyer

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Plenary Lecture PL04: Strategies for Promoting CNS Remyelination 
in Demyelinating Disorders

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Chair: Jeffrey Huang, Georgetown University 

  1. Control of Inflammation and its Resolution in CNS Remyelination - Jeffrey Huang, Georgetown University
  2. Role of Vasculature in Oligodendrocyte Precursor Cell Migration - Stephen Fancy, UCSF
  3. Astrocytes Regulate Oligodendrocyte Regeneration After Demyelination - Vittorio Gallo, Children's National Medical Center
  4. A Chemical Approach to Remyelination - Luke Lairson, The Scripps Research Institute

Salon A

12:00 pm - 3:30 pm
  ASN Council Meeting II                                                   

Arkansas Ballroom

12:15 pm - 1:30 pm
food dining icon Lunch with Presidential Speaker: Marc Freeman, PhD
        Ticket Required ($15) - Limited to 20 Student/Post Docs

Hoffman

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

 

 

 

S07 - Glial Cells of the Second Brain: Novel Roles of Enteric Glia in 
Health and Disease
Marian Kies Symposium

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Chair: Vladimir Grubisic, Michigan State University

  1. Heterogeneity of enteric glia and neuron-glia interactions in the enteric nervous system - Werend Boesmans, University of Leuven, Belgium
  2. Enteric glia actively regulate gut (patho)physiology - Vladimir Grubisic, Michigan State University
  3. Interactions between microbiota and enteric glial cells - Sarah McCallum, Francis Crick Institute
  4. Where the gut meets the brain - Diego V. Bohorquez,Duke University

Salon A

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S08 - Extracellular Vesicles in Neurodegenerative Disease

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Chair: Michael B. Dinkins, Augusta University

  1. Targeting neutral sphingomyelinase to block exosome secretion in Alzheimer's disease - Michael Dinkins, Augusta University
  2. Microvesicle shedding from microglia and interactions with amyloid-β - Michael Nichols, University of Missouri-St. Louis
  3. Extracellular vesicles in Multiple Sclerosis - Maria Irene Givogri, University of Illinois-Chicago
  4. Propagation of extracellular tau by exosomes - Tsuneya Ikezu, Boston University

Conway

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Coffee Break

Salon B/C & Foyer

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

C08 - Multimodal Approach Targeting Post-Stroke Inflammatory 
Responses for Therapeutic Intervention

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Chairs: Surojit Paul, Univ. of New Mexico Eduardo Candelario-Jalil, Univ. of Florida 

  1. Role of brain-enriched tyrosine phosphatase Ptpn5 in regulating neuroinflammation in ischemic stroke - Surojit Paul, University of New Mexico
  2. Activation of liopxinA4 pathway promotes resolution of neuroinflammation after ischemic stroke - Eduardo Candelario-Jalil, University of Florida
  3. TREM2 promotes phagocytosis and improved recovery following experimental brain ischemia and trauma - Midori A Yenari, University of California, San Francisco
  4. Comorbidity-modified neuroinflammation in ischemic stroke: role of CD36 - Sunghee Cho, Weill Cornell Medicine at Burke Medical Research Institute

Salon A

 

C09 - Principles of Neurogliopathology

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Chairs: Nina Vardjan, University of Ljubljana & Alexej Verkhratsky, University of Manchester 

  1. Glial calcium signalling in neurodegenerative diseases - Vladimir Parpura, University of Alabama Birmingham
  2. Live imaging of brain injury depolarizations and their impact on neuroglia - Sergei A. Kirov, Medical College of Georgia
  3. Astrocytic calcium- and cAMP-mediated functions in health and diseases - Nina Vardjan, University of Ljubljana
  4. Autotaxin: a regulator of oligodendrocyte differentiation and CNS myelination - Babette Fuss, Virginia Commonwealth University

Conway

 
C10 - Organ-on-a-Chip Technology: Recent Advances & Challenges

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Chair: Syed F. Ali, National Center for Toxicological Research & Hector Rosas-Hernandez, National Center for Toxicological Research

  1. Human Microphysiological Systems: Tissues-on-Chips for In Vitro Safety, Toxicity and Efficacy Testing - Danilo Tagle, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, NIH
  2. Neurovascular unit components on a chip as a model to study traumatic brain injury - Hector Rosas-Hernandez, National Center for Toxicological Research
  3. The cardio-neuro vascular system on-a-chip - Kartik Balachandran, University of Arkansas
  4. Vascularization of Organ on a Chip System - Kapil Pant, CFD Research Corporation SynoVivo, Inc.

Harris Brake

7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

 

ASN Closing Reception / Dinner / Dancing                
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All registered delegates are invited to attend the closing reception.

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