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Neuroscience Graduate School Seminar Series

The Neuroscience graduate school seminars are held twice a month, 12:00-13:00, online via Zoom. This is your chance to hear about the research happening in the MultiPark research environment, as well as to socialize after the presentations.

Schedule Spring 2021

  • 5 May
    Isak Martinsson - "Primary neuronal model of beta-amyloid induced hyper-activity implicates dysregulation of Homeostatic synaptic plasticity"
     
  • 19 May
    Eske Gertje - "Associations between white matter lesions and markers of neuroinflammation in non-demented elderly"
    Claudia Cicognola - "Plasma glial fibrillary acidic protein as a biomarker of Alzheimer’s disease"
    Luke Harper - "The Role of Paracingulate sulcation in Behavioral Variant Frontotemporal Dementia"
     
  • 2 June
    Khazar Ahmadi - "Cerebral hypoperfusion is a late pathological event in the course of Alzheimer’s disease"
    Sara Hall - "Plasma phospho-tau identifies Alzheimer’s co-pathology in patients with Lewy body disease with dementia"
    Emelie Andersson - "Cerebrospinal fluid Aβ42 and Aβ40 and their relation to brain soluble and insoluble Aβ in the 5xFAD mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease"
     
  • 16 June
    Sabine Konings - "The neurobiological role of ApoE on early cellular and synaptic changes in models of Alzheimer’s disease"
    Emil Ygland Rödström - "Long term effects of clinical and biochemical biomarkers on Parkinson’s disease outcome"
Students listening to a talk. Photo.