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Schedule


24th November 2017 (Friday)

 

Time Event
08:30 Registration desk opens
09:00 - 17:45 Workshops
18:00 Opening Ceremony
18:15 - 19:15
 
Opening Lecture:
Zoltán Molnár (Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, University of Oxford)

Cortical layer with no known function

25th November 2017 (Saturday)

 

Time Event
09.00 – 11.25 I SEMINAR SESSION (COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE)
09:00 10:00 Keynote Lecture:
Matthew Apps (Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford)

Neurocomputational basis of social signals in the anterior cingulate cortex
10:05 11:25 I SEMINAR SESSION
   
Time/Session

Attention and Control

(audience hall 9B)

Cognitive Neuroscience of Language
(room 103B)

10:05-10:25

Orienting and reorienting of attention in feature domain

Ms Katarzyna Jurewicz
Ms Katarzyna Paluch

Neural pathways for reading differentiate dyslexics and controls – report from longitudinal fMRI study

Ms Katarzyna
Chyl 

10:25-10:45

Sensory processing and cognitive control in dual attention: An inhibitory feedback account revealed by dual EEG

Mr Juan Camilo Avendano Diaz

Eyes in your fingertips: To what extend the brain organization is fixed following blindness?

Ms Katarzyna Rączy

10:45-11:05

The behavioural and neural effects of chronic partial sleep deprivation. An EEG study

Dr Anna Bereś

Crossing the borders of sensitive periods

Ms Magdalena Szmytke
Ms Natalia Pawlaczyk

11:05-11:25

Mechanisms of temporal attention: revisiting amygdala activation in attentional blink

Ms Jessica Emily Antono

 
11:25 11:40 Coffee break
11.40 – 13.45 II SESSION (COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE)
11:40 12:40 Keynote Lecture:
Bernhard Englitz (Institute for Neurophysiology; Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour; Radboud University Nijmegen)

Computational principles in auditory processing
12:45 13:45 II SEMINAR SESSION
   
Time/Session

From Neurons to Methods

(audience hall 9B)

Large-Scale Brain Networks
(room 103b)
12:45-13:05

Evolving Spiking Neural Networks as Finite State Machine to Recognize Patterns in a Continuous Input Stream

Mr Muhammad Yaqoob

Causal inference in functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Ms Natalia Bielczyk 

13:05-13:25

Current Source Density analysis in electrophysiological research

Mr Michał Czerwiński

Comparison of resting and movement state data from macaque monkey motor cortex

Ms Paulina Anna Dąbrowska

13:25-13:45 

Computational model of the novel seizure pattern

Mr Władysław Średniawa

 
 
13.45 14.45 Lunch break
14.45 16.00 POSTER SESSION: experimental posters - Cognitive Neuroscience & Computational Neuroscience + theoretical posters
16.05 17.05  Interdisciplinary Lecture:
Guillaume Dumas (Department of Neuroscience; Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Across scales: from Genes in Human Evolution to Brain in Social Interaction
17:10 18.40 
DISCUSSION 

Building Bridges between different perspectives in Neuroscience

21.00 - Integration Party



26th November 2017 (Sunday)

 

Time Event
09.30 – 12.00 III SESSION (NEUROBIOLOGY)
9:30 10.30 Keynote Lecture:
Emre Yaksi (Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, NTNU, Trondheim)

Studying the function and connectivity of neural networks in zebrafish brain
10.35 11.55 III SEMINAR SESSION 
 
Time/ Session

Fear Learning
 


(audience hall 9B)

Neuromodulatory Systems


(room 103B)

Neuromorphology and Gene Expression

 

(room 102B)

10:35-10:55

Remodeling of the brain circuits during extinction of the remote contextual fear memory 

Mr Kacper Łukasiewicz

Orbitofrontal projections and GABAergic neurons in the lateral hypothalamus target neuropeptide Y neurons: an anterograde tracing study of cortical and subcortical afferents to the basal forebrain

Ms Florina Szabó

Angiomotins – a novel family of proteins involved in neuronal organisation and mice behavior

Ms Joanna Krzemień

10:55 - 11:15

Mapping memories 

Ms Diana Legutko

Effects of fractalkine on excitatory and inhibitory neurotransmission in the rat basolateral amygdala

Ms Joanna Ewa Sowa

The role of TCF7L2 in shaping molecular diversity of thalamic neurons

Mr Marcin Lipiec

11:15 - 11:35

Role of the midline thalamus in fear learning and anxiety

Ms Vivien Kanti

Influence of carbachol on activity level and pattern of dopaminergic neurons – in vivo studies on urethane anaesthetized mice

Ms Magdalena Walczak

Activity dependent chromatin remodeling in rat hippocampal neurons

Ms Agnieszka Czechowska

11:35 - 11:55

Phasic activity of the VTA dopaminergic neurons in fear memory retrieval 

Mrs Karolina Karwowska

The key characteristics of nucleus incertus neurons in reference to hippocampal field potential in urethane anaesthetized rat

Ms Aleksandra Trenk

 
12:00 - 12:15  Coffee break
12:15 13.30 POSTER SESSION: experimental posters - Neurobiology & Clinical Neuroscience
13:30 - 14:15

DISCUSSION:

How to get funding for young scientists and starting group leaders

 Emre Yaksi presentation and Q&A session

14:15 15:00 Lunch break
15:00 - 17:00 IV SESSION (CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE)
15:00 - 16:00 Keynote Lecture:
Athena Demertzi (Belgium Brain and Spine Institute, University of Liège / ICM, Paris)

Measuring (un)conscious states: research, clinical applications and ethics
16:00 - 17:00 IV SEMINAR SESSION 
   
Time/Session

Communication difficulties in patients
 


(audience hall 9B)

Development of new therapeutic strategies
 


(room 103B)

16:00-16:20

Distinguish states of consciousness with natural auditory textures

 

Mrs Urszula Górska

Does the Brain repair itself when the waist contracts? A Magnetic Resonance and Cognitive Study

 

Dr Stefan Gaździński 

16:20-16:40

Neural correlates of communicative interactions recognition in schizophrenia

 

Dr Łukasz Okruszek

Could the antibiotics cure the addiction? Preclinical evaluation of efficacy of an antibiotic - ceftriaxone in cocaine addiction treatment

 

Mrs Ewa Niedzielska-Andres

16:40-17:00

Do I know how I feel? Emotion comprehension and recognition in patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy

 

Ms Oliwia Zaborowska

Neuroprotective role of prion protein in Alzheimer’s disease

 

Ms Magdalena Bandyszewska

17:00- 17:15 Coffee break
17:15 - 18:15 Closing Lecture:
György Buzsáki (The Neuroscience Institute, New York University)

Emergence and mechanisms of cognition
18:15 -  Awards Ceremony and closing remarks