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This is a satellite event meeting of the European Molecular and Cellular Cognition Society (EMCCS), member of the Federation of European Neurosciences Societies (FENS)

YOU MUST REGISTER AT THIS SITE TO ATTEND THIS MEETING (registration to the FENS Forum does not grant access to this Satellite event!).

In order the cover the expenses related to the organization we will have to charge a small fee:

60 EUR for regular members; 35 EUR for pregraduate and Ph.D. students

No membership required, but attendees must obtain tickets purchased here (Eventbrite tickets).

Discount will be given for early purchase, until May 15th, 2018: 50 EUR for regular members; 28 EUR for pregraduate students, M.Sc./Ph.D. students, and postdoctoral fellows.

The purpose of the registration fees is to cover the costs of coffee breaks and poster sessions. Lunch is not included in this price.

Deadlines
- Registration opens on FEBRUARY 1st, 2018.
- Abstract submission closes on JUNE 10th, 2018. Please submit your abstract early, especially if you would like to be selected for oral presentation or travel grant.
- Registration closes on JUNE 30th, 2018.

- Early purchase discount ticket closes on May 15th, 2018. Hurry and get your discount ticket!


Abstract template and meeting program can be downloaded here.

Abstracts should be submitted by email to emccs@emccs.org


Organisers

Kobi Rosenblum (University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel)

Ángel Barco (CSIC-UMH, Alicante, Spain)

Andre Fischer, (DZNE, Gottingen, Germany)

Contact

Ulrike Kramer, PhD (DZNE, Germany)
E-mail: Ulrike.Kramer@dzne.de

Shunit Ben Ari, PhD (Univerity of Haifa, Israel)
E-mail: shunitgal@gmail.com


About our Society

The European Molecular and Cellular Cognition Society is an international association whose purpose is to advance the understanding of the molecular, cellular and network mechanisms that underlie cognitive function, and to promote education and public understanding of studies and findings in the field, including implications to health and society. We aim to reach these objectives by bringing together scientists of various backgrounds and by facilitating the integration of research between different disciplines.

More information about the goals and structure of the Society, as well as about previous meetings organized by us or our sister societies (MCCS and MCCS-Asia) can be found at http://emccs.org/


Since FENS 2004 in Lisbon, EMCCS has organized a satellite meeting previous to the FENS meeting. The meeting this year will survey recent discoveries in the fields of molecular and cellular cognition with special emphasis on behavioral neuroscience. The meeting will be held on July 6th, 9:00-19:00 and include a poster session during lunch break. There will be 14 oral presentations including 4 speakers chosen from submitted abstracts.

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Detailed Program

Program in pdf format: http://www.emccs.org/images/info/EMCCS-FENS-satellite-program-2018_.pdf

8th EMCCS-FENS Satellite Meeting


Date: July 6th, 2018

The meeting will start at 9:00 and end at 19:00, including a poster session.


Venue: CharitéCrossOver (CCO) Auditorium, Charité Campus

Address: Virchoweg 6, 10117 Berlin, Germany



Organizing committee:

Angel Barco (CSIC-UMH, Alicante, Spain)

Andre Fischer (DZNE, Gottingen, Germany)

Kobi Rosenblum (University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel)

Administrative organization:

Ulrike Kramer (DZNE, Germany)

Shunit Ben Ari (Univerity of Haifa, Israel)

Program
9:00-9:10 Welcome: Kobi Rosenblum (President of EMCCS, University of Haifa, Israel)
Session1: Neuronal plasticity and brain circuits
Chair: Steven A. Kushner
09:10-09:35
Raffaella Tonini (Instituto Italiano di Technologia, Genova, Italy). Serotonergic
mechanisms of plasticity at striatal circuits
09:35-10:00
Marianne Fyhn (University of Oslo, Norway). Title is to be announced
10:00 -10:25
Yiota Poirazi (Insitute of Molecular Biology & Biotechnology, Greece). Learning and
remembering with dendrites: insights from computational models
10:25 - 11:00 Break

Session 2: Synaptic plasticity in intellectual disabilities and neurodegenerative diseases
Chair: Claudia Bagni
11:00-11:25
Frédéric Saudou (University Grenoble Alpes, France). Huntington’s disease: from axonal transport to neurotrophin signaling and circuits defects
11:25-11:50
Ted Abel (University of Iowa, USA). Male-specific deficits in reward learning in mouse models of autism
12:00-12:30 General Assembly of EMCCS
12:30 - 15:00 Lunch and poster session

Session 3: Molecular and cellular mechanisms of learning and memory
Chair: Rui Costa
15:00-15:25
Oliver Stork (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg). Local hippocampal circuits controlling the strength of context fear memory
15:25-15:50
Bong-Kiun Kaang (Seoul National University, South Korea) Inter-regional connectivity among engram neurons after memory formation
15:50-16:20
Two speakers selected from Abstracts
16:20 - 16:50 Break

Session 4: Molecular and cellular mechanisms of stress and emotional processing
Chair: Jocelyne Caboche
16:50-17:15
Emmanuel Valjent (CNRS, France) Dopamine signaling in the extended amygdala regulates defensive behaviors
17:15-17:40
Giovanni Marsicano (INSERM, France). Title is to be announced
17:40-18:05
Asya Rolls (Rappaport Medical School, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology) The neuro-immune axis: using the brain to control immunity
18:05-18:35
Two speakers selected from Abstracts

18:35-18:45 Concluding remarks: Kobi Rosenblum and Andre Fischer


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