day 2 agenda

Scientific Program

                 Day 2 - July 9, 2024 (Parallel Virtua  session) 
Meeting ID: 827 7743 8012

Zhenhuan Liu, Guangzhou University
of Chinese Medicine
09:40- 10:40 Neuroimaging by Evaluation Nerverenovate and neuroplasticity of Acupuncture in children with cerebral palsy
Esma Deniz Barc,Yuksek Ihtisas University, Turkey 09:40- 10:00 Behavioral And Molecular investigation Of the Effect Of Dexmedetomidine (DEX) On Learning And Memory in Experimental Schizophrenia-Like Model Mice
Guohui Jiang, North Sichuan Medical College, China 10:00-10:20 Bioinformatics and network pharmacology analysis of drug targets and mechanisms related to the comorbidity of epilepsy and migraine
Stefanie I. Becker, The University of Queensland, Australia 10:20-10:40 Attention is tuned to relative features in visual search without prior knowledge of the context
Zhikuan Yang, Central South University, China  10:40-11:00 Enhanced Retinal Glycolytic Activity Through the Rod Signal Pathway in Response to Altered Visual Stimuli
Jiapei Dai, South-Central Minzu University, China  11:00-11:20 Intracellular simulated biophoton stimulation and transsynaptic signal transmission
Ronny Geva, Bar Ilan University, Israel 11:20-11:40 Bridging the Gap: Brainstem Insights into Autism Spectrum Disorders
Xiang-Yao Li, Zhejiang University, China  11:40-12:00 Single-nucleus RNA-sequencing uncovers the cell type-dependent transcriptomic changes in the cingulate cortex after peripheral nerve injury
Haya Lorberboum-Galski, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel 12:00-12:20 Mitochondrial Transfer as a Novel Therapeutic Approach for Alzheimer's Disease
Bingxu Jin, Panyu Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China  12:20-12:40 Mechanism of Qihuang needle therapy in the management of tic disorders: a clinical trial protocol
Toshihide Tanaka, The Jikei University School of Medicine, Japan 12:40-13:00 An exploratory multi-institutional prospective phase II study of preoperative neoadjuvant bevacizumab and temozolomide for newly diagnosed glioblastoma
Wing Chung Chang, Department of Psychiatry/University of Hong Kong 13:00-13:20 TBA
Stefano Pallanti, Istituto di Neuroscienze, Italy 13:20-13:40 ADHD and Gaming: a dangerous couple
Giorgio Medici, University of Bologna, Italy 13:40-14:00 Expression of a secretable, cell penetrating CDKL5 protein enhances gene therapy efficacy in a mouse model of CDKL5 Deficiency Disorder and patient derived cortical organoids
Anna Maria Pittaluga,University of Genoa, Italy 14:00-14:20 New, non canonical role of complement as synaptic modulator in neurological diseases
Rosemary Woods, De Montfort University, UK 14:20-14:40 Evidence of language acquisition in children with profound cognitive delay
Jane Harvey Lloyd, University of Leeds, UK 14:40-15:00 The experience of Autistic Children and their Parents when visiting a Diagnostic Imaging Department
Gayle Doherty, University of St Andrews, UK 15:00-15:20 Developing leptin-based peptides to target neurodegeneration
Marta Zaninello, University of Cologne/CECAD, Germany 15:20-15:40 RNA binding proteins and axonal homeostasis in peripheral neuropathies
Guillermo Moreno Sanz, Zerenia Clinics, London, UK & KHIRON Europe, Frankfurt, Germany 15:40-16:00 Quantifying mouse facial expression, a tool to map animal emotions
Mounira Banasr, Centre of Addiction and Mental Health, Canada  16:00-16:20 Cortical astroglia pathology in depression: insight from animal models demonstrate a link to anhedonia
Yokhesh Krishnasamy Tamilselvam, University of Western Ontario, Canada 16:20-16:40 A Novel Robot based Paradigm for Intelligent Assessment of Parkinson's Disease   
Shamsudheen Moidunny, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, USA 16:40-17:00 The Gut Brain Axis in Depression associated with HIV 1 and Opioid Use
Andrea Anais Garcia Contreras, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico 17:00-17:20 Estimation of body fat percentage in children with cerebral palsy by antropometry, anthropometry with Gurka correction and bioelectrical impedance
David Shin, Loma Linda University, USA 17:20-17:40 Correlations among MRI-Based Cervical and Thoracic Vertebral Bone Quality Score, CT-Based Hounsfield Unit Score, and DEXA T-Score in Assessment of Bone Mineral Density
Justus Alfred Kromer, Stanford University, USA 17:40-18:00 Sequences and their shuffling may crucially impact coordinated reset stimulation
Closing Ceremony

day 2 agenda

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