A tribute to Ferdinando Rossi
Organizer
Marco Molinari
Tim Ebner
Co-Organizers:
Maria Leggio
Mario Manto
Ferdinando Rossi
Maria Teresa Viscomi
Program Committee
Local Committee
Tim Ebner
Noriyuki Koibuchi
Mario Manto
Jean Mariani
Marco Molinari
Ferdinando Rossi
Honorary Chair: Carlo Caltagirone
Chair: Maria Leggio - Maria Teresa Viscomi
Elisa Bisicchia, Silvia Clausi, Laura Latini,
Iolanda Pisotta, Valeria Sasso, Federica
Tamburella, Anna Maria Tedesco.
Venue:
Centro Congressi Fondazione Santa Lucia IRCCS. Via Ardeatina 354 I00179 Roma Italy. Web:
http://www.hsantalucia.it
Congress Secretariat:
Maria Framartino: [email protected] – Tel: +39 0651501610 Fax: +39 0651501679.
Organizing Secretariat:
Website:
http://www.aristea.com/src2014/
TOPICS: Cerebellar Development, Cellular and synaptic mechanisms, Non-invasive cerebellar stimulation, Cerebellar
networks, behavior and cognition, Cerebellar pathologies and clinical trials.
Meeting Format: Invited presentations & Poster session.
Supported by
Sixth International Congress of the Society for Research on the Cerebellum
Congress Center Santa Lucia Foundation Rome Italy
Opening
Wellcome Address
Session
08:30:00
08:45:00
Time
Speaker
09:00:00 Michisuke Yuzaki
09:30:00 Hiroshi Nishiyama
Cerebellar
Development
10:00:00 Masanobu Kano
10:30:00 Giacomo Consalez
11:00:00 Ying Shen
Cellular, Synaptic
and Physiological
Mechanisms
11:30:00 COFFEE BREAK
12:00:00 Michael Hausser
12:30:00
Philippe Isope
13:00:00
Giorgio Grasselli
13:30:00 LUNCH
14:00:00 LUNCH
14:30:00 Marija Cvetanovic
Cerebellar
pathologies and
clinical trials
15:00:00 Georgia Mandolesi –
15:30:00 Jeremy D. Schmahmann
16:00:00 Maria Teresa Viscomi
16:30:00
17:00:00
17:30:00
18:00:00
18:30:00
19:00:00
Constantino Sotelo
19:30:00
20:00:00
20:30:00
Thursday July 3, 2014
Tim Ebner - Marco Molinari
Lugi Amadio CEO FSL - Carlo Caltagirone Scientific Director FSL Title
Affiliation
Cbln1 and C1qL1—New synaptic organizers in the cerebellum
Department of Physiology, School of Medicine, Keio University,
Japan
In vivo time-lapse imaging of developmental climbing fiber
University of Texas at Austin
competition
Retrograde signaling for climbing fiber synapse elimination
Department of Neurophysiology, Graduate School of Medicine, The
University of Tokyo
Modular regulation of cerebellar neurogenesis. An in-depth analysis San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Milan, Italy
of Zfp423 allelic mutants
Roles of Lgi1 in the development of embryonic and postnatal mouse Zhejiang University School of Medicine, Hangzhou, China
cerebellum
Cerebellar neuronal integration
University College, London
Modular information processing in the cerebellar cortex
Institut des Neurosciences Cellulaires et Integratives CNR, Strasbourg
Plasticity of the post-complex spike pause in Purkinje cells
Department of Neurobiology, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA
Non-neuronal pathology in SCA1
Department of Neuroscience, Institute for Translational
Neuroscience, University of Minnesota
Santa Lucia Foundation , Neuroimmunology and synaptic plasticity
Lab, Rome
Harvard Medical School
IL-1β dependent cerebellar synaptopathy in a mouse model of
multiple sclerosis
The cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome - what is it, and who
gets it?
Remote cell death mechanims afte cerebellar lesion
Santa Lucia Foundation, Exp Neurorehab Lab.
COFFEE BREAK + POSTERS
Meeting of the SRC executive commitee
Transfer to Dinner
Lecture to honor Ferdinando Rossi
SOCIAL DINNER
Session
Cerebellar networks,
behavior and
cognition 1
Non-invasive
cerebellar stimulation
Cerebellar networks,
behavior and
cognition 2
Time
8:00:00
8:30:00
Speaker
Registration
Chris Miall
9:00:00
Kathy Cullen
9:30:00
10:00:00
Rond-Reig
Maria Leggio
10:30:00
11:00:00
COFFEE BREAK
Pablo Celnik
11:30:00
Friday July 4, 2014
Title
Affiliation
Cerebellar contribution to predictive motor control and language
processing
Learning to expect the unexpected: Rapid updating in the
cerebellum during voluntary self-motion
Cerebellar contribution to navigation
Cerebellar sequencing: a trick for predicting the future
School of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK
Johns Hopkins University
Giacomo Kock
Understanding and modulating motor learning with Cerebellar
stimulation"
Non-invasive stimulation of cerebello-thalamo-cortical circuits
12:00:00
Alberto Priori
Transcranial cerebellar DC stimulation in Parkinson's disease
Università degli Studi Milano - Fondazione IRCCS Ca' Granda
12:30:00
Rachel M Sherrard
What does rTMS do to the cerebellum?
Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06, IBPS and CNRS UMR8256
13:00:00
14:30:00
15:00:00
LUNCH
LUNCH
Peter Marien
Cerebellum and language
15:30:00
Fabrizio De Vico Fallani
Functional reorganization of motor cortical networks in focal
cerebellar patients
16:00:00
Narender Ramnani
Cerebellar engagement in the automation of cognitive operations
Department of Neurology, General Hospital Middelheim, Antwerp,
Belgium
Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle epinière
(UPMC/CNRS/INSERM/INRIA, UM75/UMR7225/U1127/Aramis),
Paris, France
Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London
16:30:00
Kamran Khodakhah
Short latency cerebellar regulation of Basal ganglia
17:00:00
Laura Petrosini
Cerebellar involvement in personality traits
17:30:00
END OF THE CONGRESS
Department of Physiology, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
IBPS-Neurosciences, CNRS, UPMC, INSERM
Dept Psycology, Sapienza University of Rome and Ataxia Lab, Santa
Lucia Foundation IRCCS Rome
Santa Lucia Foundation and Tor Vergata University of Rome
Department of Neuroscience, Albert Einstein College of Medicine,
NY, USA
Dept Psycology, Sapienza University of Rome and Santa Lucia
Foundation IRCCS Rome
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