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CSH Asia 2015 Conferences: Novel Insights into Glia Function & Dysfunction

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Novel Insights into Glia Function & Dysfunction
Date: 22- 26 Jun, 2015

段树明, 浙江大学
Kazuhide Inoue, Kyushu University, Japan
Mengsheng Qiu, 
University of Louisville, USA
Bruce R. Ransom, University of Washington, USA

Major Topics:
1. Astrocytes and brain function
2.Roles of microglia in CNS function and disorder 
3.Oligodendroglia differentiation, myelination, and demyelinating disease
4.Glia and synapse
5.Glia metabolism 
6.Glial cells and CNS disease

Keynote Speakers:
Brian MacVicar, The University of British Columbia, Canada
Abstract title: Synaptic Sensing and Modulation by Microglia 
Pierre Magistretti, 
University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Abstract title:Neuron-glia metabolic coupling : relevance for neuronal plasticity and functional brain imaging 
William Richardson, 
University College London, UK
Abstract title:Adult myelination, myelin remodelling and motor skill learning

Invited Speakers:
Benjamin Deneen, 
Bayor College of Medicine, USA
Abstract title:Decoding Cellular and Functional Heterogeneity of Astrocytes 
段树明, 浙江大学医学院
Abstract title: Astrocyte-derived ATP differentially modulates the excitability of different subtypes of hippocampal neurons
高天明, 南方医科大学
Abstract title:Glial ATP, a key player in depression and epilepsy co-morbidity 
Woo-Ping Ge, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center, USA
Abstract title:Local generation of astrocytes in the postnatal brain 
何成, 第二军医大学
Abstract title:The MSX3 transcription factor drives microglia polarization and protects from inflammation-induced demyelination 
Masamitsu Iino, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Abstract title:Glial Ca2+ dynamics imaged in vivo using an ultrasensitive Ca2+ indicator 
Kazuhide Inoue, 
Kyushu University, Japan
Hiroshi Kiyama, Nagoya University, Graduate School of Medicine, Japan
Abstract title:Microglia as a determinant of injured neuron fate 
Schuichi Koizumi, University of Yamanashi, Japan
Abstract title:Glial cells-triggered ischemic tolerance 
C. Justin Lee, 
Korea Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
Abstract title:Emerging roles of gliotransmitters in neurological disorders
Qing Richard Lu, 
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, USA
Abstract title:Chromatin remodeling control of oligodendrocyte development 
Wendy Macklin, 
University of Colorado School of Medicine, USA
Robert Miller, George Washington University, USA
Abstract title:Defining cellular interactions modulating myelination and remyelination 
Hiroshi Nakanishi, Kyushu University, Japan
Abstract title:Modulator Actions of Microglial Cathepsins in Brain Diseases 
Shigeo Okabe, 
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Abstract title:Imaging microglia and synapses with an optical clearing technique 
Elior Peles, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Abstract title: Clustering of Na+ channels at the nodes of Ranvier in the peripheral nervous system
Marco Prinz, University Hospital of Freiburg, Germany
Abstract title:Microglia: the myeloid side of the brain 
Mengsheng Qiu, 
University of Louisville, USA
Abstract title:Regulation of gliogenesis by Wnt/ß-catenin signaling 
Bruce Ransom, 
University of Washington, USA
Abstract title: During activity, CNS axons communicate energy substrate need, specifically for lactate-, via extracellular K+ accumulation and astrocyte depolarization.
Makoto Tsuda, 
Kyushu University, Japan
Abstract title:Spinal glial cells and chronic pain 
王伟, 华中科技大学
Long-Jun Wu, 
Rutgers University, USA
Abstract title:Microglia-neuron communication in epilepsy 
于常海Albert, 北京大学神经科学研究所,
Abstract title:New specializations in astrocytes involved in neurocommunication functions 
周嘉伟, 中国科学院上海生命科学研究院
Abstract title:The Role of Dopamine D2 Receptor in neuroinflammation: Implication for Parkinson’s disease

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