day 1 agenda

Scientific Program
Day -1: Mar 21, 2023
Important Note: (Program Runs in GMT - London Time)
   09:00-09:20 Title: A subcortical magnocellular pathway is responsible for the fast processing of topological properties of objects: a Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation study
Yan Huang, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology,China
   09:20-09:40 Title: CXCL14 exacerbates seizures by inhibiting GABA metabolism in epileptic mice
Guohui Jiang, North Sichuan Medical College, China
   09:40-10:00 Title: Association among resilience, post-traumatic stress disorder, and somatization in frontline healthcare workers in COVID-19: The mediating role of perceived stress   
Minjie Li, Shaanxi Provincial People's Hospital, China
   10:00-10:10 Title: TBA
Junling GAO, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
   10:10-10:30 Title: Relationship Between Neutrophil Count in Cerebrospinal Fluid and Cerebral Infarct Appearance in Head MRI on Tuberculous Meningitis Patients
Muhammad Irvanie Rama Harahap, Universitas Padjadjaran Hasan Sadikin National General Hospital, Indonesia
   10:30-10:50 Title: A single-center analysis of visual outcomes and associated factors after intravenous methylprednisolone treatment for dysthyroid optic neuropathy
Parinee Kemchoknatee, Rajavithi Hospital, Thailand
  10:50-11:10 Title: The Effect of Physical Exercise and Internet Use on Youth Subjective Well Being The Mediating Role of Life Satisfaction and the Moderating Effect of Social Mentality
Yanjun,Yangzhou University,China
  11:10-11:20 Title: Gut microbiota and fecal metabolic signatures in rat models of disuse induced osteoporosis
Zhi Tian, The Second Hospital of Shanxi Medical University,China
  11:20-11:40 Title: Parallelism visual perception for Microsurgeon
Tetsuya Hirata, Osaka university,Japan
  11:40-12:00 Title: Extracellular vesicles from mesenchymal stem cells reduce neuroinflammation in hippocampus and restore cognitive function in hyperammonemic rats
Paula Izquierdo Altarejos, Principe Felipe Research Centre, Spain
  12:00-12:20 Title: Assessing Shift Work and Its Health Impact
Yuke Tien Fong, Singapore General Hospital,Singapore
  12:20-12:40 Title: In-utero exposure to cannabidiol disrupts select early life behaviors in a sex-specific manner
Daniela Iezzi, Institut de la nerubiologie de la méditerranée-INMED, France
  12:40-13:00 Title: Breathomics profiling of metabolic pathways affected by major depression
Laila Gbaoui,Otto von Guericke University, Germany
  13:00-13:20 Title: MicroRNAs shuttled by extracellular vesicles derived from mesenchymal stem cells revert glial activation and neurotoxicity in invitro models of amyotrophic later
Marco Milanese, University of Genoa, Italy
  13:20-13:40 Title: Effects of traffic noise and/or PM2.5 exposure on vascular and cerebral dysfunction by adverse redox signaling and inflammation – implications for the exposome concept and burden of disease
Andreas Daiber,University Medical Center Mainz, Germany
  13:40-14:00 Title: Linking creativity with perception of ambiguous visual stimuli using MEG
Antoine Bellemare Pepin, Concordia University,Canada
  14:00-14:20 Title: Enhanced Short-Term Memory Function in Older Adults with Dementia Following Music-Feedback Physical Training, Jymmin
Thomas Hans Fritz, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Science,Germany
  14:20-14:40 Title: Assessment and treatment of cognitive impairment in Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC) patients
Jeffrey Scott Fine, NYU Rusk Rehabilitation,USA
  14:40-15:00 Title: Activation of a Rab GTPase by its guanine nucleotide exchange factor: insights from molecular dynamics simulations
Angelo Nicola Felline, Univeristy of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
  15:00-15:20 Title: Use of an Ingestible, Sensor-Based Digital Adherence System to Strengthen the Therapeutic Relationship in Serious Mental Illness
Bel Richey, UCSD, USA
                              Day- 1 Concludes

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