CESP workshop: New insights into psychiatry disorders : From basic science to clinical application.
International speakers from universities of Toronto (CAMH, Canada), Columbia (NY, USA), Texas (AU, USA) and Tours (France) will present their research.
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• 09h 30– 09h 35: Pr Denis David (Univ. Paris-Sud, Châtenay-Malabry, France)
• 09h 35– 10h 15 : Dr Alexandre Surget (Univ. Tours, France)
Linking and disambiguating contextual memories in the hippocampus: underlying mechanisms and relevance for stress responses and antidepressant effects.
• 10h15–10h55: Pr Etienne Sibille (CAMH, Toronto, Canada)
Cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying stress and age-related pathologies
• 10h55–11h15: Coffee Break
• 11h15–11h45: Dr Thomas Prévot (CAMH, Toronto, Canada)
Novel treatment for cognitive deficits across psychiatric diseases
• 11h45–12h30: Pr René Hen (Columbia Univ, New York, USA)
Adult-born Hippocampal Neurons Bidirectionally Modulate Entorhinal Inputs into the Dentate Gyrus: Relevance to Depression
• 14h10–14h45: Dr Christine Denny (Columbia Univ, New York, USA)
Developing novel, small-molecule compounds as prophylactic interventions for stress-induced psychiatric disease
• 14h45–15h20: Dr Michael Drew (University of Texas, Austin, USA)
Fear Extinction Engrams in the Hippocampus
• 15h20–15h45: Coffee Break
• 15h45–16h20: Dr Mazen Kheirbeck (UCSF, San Francisco, USA)
Stimulus coding and discrimination in the dentate gyrus
• 16h20–16h55: Pr Alain Gardier (Univ Paris-Sud, France)
Is ketamine metabolism to norketamine and (R)-HNK necessary for its antidepressant effect?
• 17h00 : Conclusion