TNU research meetings

Time: Wednesdays 15 - 16

Place: TNU kitchen and/or Zoom

The meeting 15 June will take place in "Det Blå Auditorium" in the Victor Albeck Building - check the map here

Spring 2022 - Hybrid meetings

Date Speaker Title PI responsible
02-02-2022 Rachele Rossi Changes of synaptic vesicle glycoprotein 2A after cocaine administration Annie
09-02-2022 Mark Denham Using Human Stem Cell-Derived Organoids to Model Neurological Disorders Gregers
16-02-2022 No meeting/school holidays No meeting/school holidays No meeting
23-02-2022 CANCELLED CANCELLED

At 9:00

02-03-2022

Timothy Bredy (Australia)  Long noncoding RNA and memory Rodrigo
09-03-2022 Laura Musazzi (Italy) Effects of ketamine in models of acute and chronic stress  Heidi
16-03-2022 Consuelo Walss-Bass (USA) Leveraging Multi-Omics, Human Postmortem Brain and Psychological Autopsies to Understand the Brain-Behavior Interplay Rodrigo
23-03-2022 Mikael Palner Cause or effect of maladaptive neuronal circuits using functional [18F]FDG-PET Annie
30-03-2022 Oskar Jefsen Identifying prodromal biomarkers of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder with magnetoencephalography Gregers
06-04-2022 Line Mathiesen (KU) Maternal Stress and Placental Function Cecilie
13-04-2022 No meeting/school holidays No meeting/school holidays No meeting

20-04-2022

15.00 - 15.15

Michael Winterdahl Introduction to the new project "The Role of Oral Contraceptives in the Endocrine Response to Emotional Stress in Women"
27-04-2022 Kim Drasbek Remote ischemic conditioning, extracellular vesicles, and stroke Betina
04-05-2022 CANCELLED CANCELLED Betina
11-05-2022 CANCELLED CANCELLED Cecilie
18-05-2022 CANCELLED CANCELLED
25-05-2022 Albert Gjedde Brain Energy Optimizations to the Rescue of Healthy Aging Heidi

01-06-2022
Virtual only

Eduardo A. Garza-Villarreal, Mexico TBA Annie
08-06-2022
Virtual only
Tony Ye Identifying the Spectral Signatures of Motor and Cognitive Non-motor Symptoms in Parkinson’s Disease Annie

15-06-2022

Place: "Det Blå Auditorium", VAB

Anthony Vernon (Kings College London)

Brain morphological effects of psychotropic medication. What have rodents taught us?

Annie