Glasgow Neuroscience Day 2017
Wednesday 18th January
Teaching & Learning Centre, Queen Elizabeth Univeristy Hospital Campus
This annual event brings neuroscientists from the Universities of Glasgow, Strathclyde and Caledonian together with clinical colleagues from the NHS to interact and talk about the latest neuroscience research being carried out in Glasgow. We have talks from Ph.D. students, postdocs and PIs throughout the day (programme is available by clicking HERE), as well as poster presentations, and are delighted that the keynote seminar will be delivered by Professor Tipu Aziz.
'Translational work from the lab to surgery in movement disorders and pain'
Professor Tipu Aziz
Professor Aziz is the founder and head of Oxford functional neurosurgery. His primate work was central to confirming the subthalamic nucleus, and more recently the pedunculopontine nucleus, as possible surgical targets for deep brain stimulation in Parkinson's disease. Professor Aziz's research interests include the role of the upper brainstem in the control of movement, the clinical neurophysiology of movement disorders, autonomic responses to deep brain stimulation, and the use of MR and MEG imaging in functional neurosurgery.
Registration deadline: FRIDAY 13th JANUARY 2017 at NOON.
Abstract submission deadline: FRIDAY 13th JANUARY 2017 at NOON.
If you wish to submit an abstract for a poster presentation please purchase either a student or non-student POSTER PRESENTER ticket. Abstract submission forms are available HERE via dropbox or email Leanne McKay (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) to request a form. Please send all completed abstract forms to Leanne McKay (email: email@example.com). You will receive an email on receipt with further information on poster presentation at the venue. Poster boards sizes are A0 portrait.
Glasgow Neuroscience Day 2017 supported by:
Glasgow Neuroscience Day 2017 Programme:
8.30-9.10 Registration, poster placement, upload talks, coffee & tea
9.15-9.45 Guillaume Rousselet, University of Glasgow: Is perception getting slower as we get older?
9.45-10.00 Hina Abbasi, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde: Status Epilepticus retrospective review 1995-2013.
10.00-10.15 Chelsey Wilson, University of Strathclyde: Expression of IL-22 and IL-22R1 in the central nervous system of experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis mice.
10.15-10.45 Coffee, tea & posters
10.45-11.00 Roberto Cecere, University of Glasgow: Audiovisual temporal integration mechanisms: insights from behavioural, correlational and causative approaches.
11.00-11.15 Rebecca Openshaw, University of Glasgow: Mice haploinsufficient for Map2k7, a gene associated with schizophrenia, show altered acquisition and performance on a touchscreen rodent gambling task.
11.15-11.45 James Overell, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde: Do high efficacy disease modifying therapies affect long term prognosis in multiple sclerosis.
11.45-13.00 Lunch & posters
13.00-13.30 Susan Chalmers, University of Strathclyde: Hyperglycaemia-induced alterations in neuronal mitochondrial dynamics.
13.30-13.45 Chris MacKerron, University of Strathclyde: A novel microfluidic drug discovery platform for studying communication between independent neuronal networks.
13.45-14.00 Joachim Biose, University of Glasgow: Dynamic changes in collateral cerebral blood flow during acute stroke.
14.00-14.15 Azmil Abdul-Rahim, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde: Risk scoring in stroke.
14.15-14.45 Coffee, tea & posters
14.45-15.45 Keynote lecture; Professor Tipu Azziz: Translational work from the Lab to Surgery in Movement Disorders and Pain.
15.45-17.00 Wine reception, posters & prize giving