Previous Frontiers in Neuroscience Talks
- "Neural tuning to 3D pose and movement: a universal feature of cortical processing?"
Jonathan Whitlock, Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, Norwegian University for Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway
- "New insight into how astrocytes integrate hippocampal memory circuits"
Andrea Volterra, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland
- "Quantifying maintenance of brain function in preclinical and prodromal Alzheimer’s disease"
Emrah Düzel, DZNE - German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Germany
- "Arc as a master regulator of neuronal plasticity and cognition: signaling hub protein or retroviral-like capsid?"
Clive R. Bramham, University of Bergen, Norway
- “Networks in layer II of entorhinal cortex and their relevance for Alzheimer’s disease”
Menno P. Witter, NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology
- "Addictive behaviour in animals: a translational perspective on corticostriatal circuitsand psychological mechanisms"
Barry Everitt, University of Cambridge, UK
- ”Extracellular vesicles in AD- and PD mechanistic, diagnostic and therapeutic implications"
Martin Ingelsson, Uppsala University
- “Targeting LRRK2 in Parkinson’s Disease”
Andrew West, UAB School of Medicine, Alabama, US
- “Cerebral organoids: modelling human brain development and tumorigenesis in stem cell derived 3D culture”
Jürgen Knoblich, Institute of Molecular Biotechnology, Vienna, Austria
- “Prion-like dissemination of synuclein pathology using human brain-derived alpha-synuclein in monkeys"
Erwan Bezard, University of Bordeaux, France
- "Spreading through the brain: Uncovering the secrets of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease”
Martin Hallbeck, Linköping University
- “Amyloid Pathology in the human brain and its clinical correlates”
Dietmar Thal, University of Leuven, Belgium
- "Imaging the Molecular Pathology of Alzheimer’s Disease"
William Jagust, University of California Berkeley, USA
- “D2 receptor-mediated control of striatal circuits: implication for brain function and disease”
Emiliana Borrelli, School of medicine, University of California, US
- "New tools for the histological study of adult brain plasticity"
Nicolas Renier, PhD, ICM - Brain & Spine Institute, Paris, France
- ”Multimodal neuroimaging of pharmacological interventions”
Gitte Moos Knudsen, Rigshospitalet & University of Copenhagen
- "Molecular and systems analysis of spinal motor control"
Thomas M Jessel, Colombia University, New York
- "Growth factor gene therapy for Alzheimer´s disease"
Mark Tuszynski, School of Medicine, UC San Diego
- "Autophagy and other pathways that protect against neurodegeneration"
David Rubinsztein, University of Cambridge, UK
- "Using progressive Parkinson´s disease models to identify novel therapeutic strategies"
Patrik Brundin, Van Andel Research Institute, US
- "Imaging non-motor symptoms in the central and peripheral nervous system in Parkinson´s disease"
Per Borghammar, Aarhus University Hospital
- “5-HT1BR/p11 and GPR37 as targets in Parkinson's disease"
Per Svenningsson, Karolinska Institutet
- "Alzheimer´s disease Genetic findings translate to future therapies and diagnostics"
Lars Lannfelt, Uppsala University
- “Analysis of global gene expression to understand dopamine neurons in health and disease”
Thomas Perlmann, Karolinska Institutet
- "The lymphatic system"
Maiken Nedergaard, Univ. of Rochester and Univ. of Copenhagen
- "Deciphering the functional organization of neural circuits controlling locomotion"
Ole Kiehn, Karolinska Institutet
- “Transcriptional control of dopamine neuron development and neuroprotection: Implications in Parkinson’s disease”
Martin Lévesque, Université Laval, Québec
- “Transcriptional and epigenetic states of oligodendrocyte lineage cells: insights from single-cell RNA-Seq”
Gonçalo Castelo-Branco, Karolinska Institutet