Preliminary Program

Wednesday, November 5th
15:30 Opening remarks (Ana Martin-Villalba, Heidelberg)

1. Session: Chair: Magdalena Götz, München
15:30-16:15 Jürgen Knoblich
                       Keynote lecture IV - Joined Symposium with the GSCN
16:15-17:00 Amelia Eisch (Dallas): “Adult hippocampal neurogenesis: What are new neurons good for? And what is good for them?” 
17:00-17:45 Sebastian Jessberger (Zürich): “A mechanism for the segregation of age in mammalian neural stem cells.”

17:45-18:30 coffee break with poster session

20:00 dinner for the invited speakers

Thursday, November 6th
1. Session: Chair: Ana Martin-Villalba (Heidelberg)
09:15-10:00 Pierre Vanderhaeghen (Brussels): “From pluripotent stem cells to cortical circuits, from mouse to man.”
10:00-10:15 Filippo Calzolari (short talk): “The progeny of single adult neural stem cells from the SEZ reveals insights into the mechanisms maintaining adult neurogenesis.”
10:15-10:30 Lázaro Centanin (short talk): “Life-long maintenance of heterogeneities in the mode of cell division among NSCs in vivo.”
10:30-11:15 Chichung Lie (Erlangen): “to be announced”

11:30-13:00 lunch break at the Foyer

2. Session: Chair: Hannah Monyer (Heidelberg)
13:00-13:45 Juan M. Encinas (Madrid): “Neuronal hyperactivity leads to accelerated depletion of neural stem cells and impairment of hippocampal neurogenesis.”
13:45-14:00 Frederik Ziebell (short talk): “Mathematical modeling of neural stem cell dynamics in the adult hippocampus.”
14:00-14:45 Nicolas Toni (Lausanne): “to be announced”

14:45-15:15 coffee break with poster session

3. Session: Chair: Julieta Alfonso (Heidelberg)
15:15-16:00 Dirk Schübeler (Basel): “Setting and reading DNA methylation.”
16:00-16:15 Himanshu Kumar Mishra (short talk): “Axonal pathology in patient-derived neurons harboring SPG11 mutations: An iPSC model for spatacsin-linked Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia.”
16:15-17:00 Magdalena Götz (München): “Reactivation of neurogenesis after brain injury- from mechanisms to functional integration.”

Poster award and concluding remarks (Julieta Alfonso, Heidelberg)

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