Scientific Program CBBM Research Day 2019


Friday, November 15, 2019

Location: CBBM Foyer 

10:00Welcome address
10:30

Keynote: Jeff Dalley (University of Cambridge):
Predicting addiction: myth or reality?

11:30

Coffee break

11:45

Oral presentations I - chair: Helge Müller-Fielitz
Svenja Meyhöfer: Glucose-dependent changes on optical parameters
Mariana Astiz: Clock-dependent prenatal programming of the stress axis in mice
Marietta Zille: Leveraging the differential susceptibility of neurons and brain endothelial cells for multi-modal therapeutic approaches in intracerebral hemorrhage

12:45

Lunch break

14:00

Oral presentations II - chair: Sarah Jessen
Ines Wilhelm: Effects of an analogue trauma on subsequent sleep
Malte Wöstmann: Human brain oscillations implement distractor suppression independent of target selection
Anne Weißbach: Motor network alterations in patients with combined dystonia syndromes

15:00

Poster session (with coffee/cake)

17:00

Keynote: Bente Finsen (University of South Denmark, Odense):
Innate microglia in Alzheimer’s disease

18:00Wine reception