Programming and reprogramming the brain
Biomedizinisches Centrum
Martinsried, Großhaderner Str. 9, 82152 Planegg
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Programming and reprogramming the brain
Abcam Events||42552|Events|N/A|Eng|N/A&utm_content=online%20conference%20calendar|
Biomedizinisches Centrum
Martinsried, Großhaderner Str. 9, 82152 Planegg

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, April 3, 2017
06:00:00 New Presentation
08:45:00 Registration
09:30:00 Decoding CNS complexity with single-cell resolution Steven McCarroll
09:30:00 Welcome and introductions
10:00:00 Post-translational control of stem cell quiescence in the adult brain Francois Guillemot
10:30:00 Epigenetic reprogramming of neural stem cells durin g cortical development Federico Calegari
11:15:00 The role of activity in regulating the survival, de velopment and integration of interneurons into cortical circuits Gordon Fishell
11:45:00 Ascl1 stabilisation impairs neuronal differentiatio n in the developing brain
12:00:00 Poster teaser
12:20:00 Abcam
14:00:00 Identification of molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying malformations of cortical development Silvia Cappello
14:30:00 From stem cells to neural circuits of the cerebral cortex Pierre Vanderhaeghen
15:00:00 TRIM28 controls a primate-specific gene regulatory network based on endogenous retroviruses in human neural progenitor cells Johan Jakobsson
15:15:00 Modeling of psychiatric and neurodevelopmental dise ase in human brain organoids Paola Arlotta
16:15:00 How to repair the brain: from reprogramming to func tional integration Magdalena Götz
17:15:00 Poster session and drinks reception
19:30:00 Conference dinner
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
09:00:00 Terminal differentiation restricts cellular plastic ity Oliver Hobert
09:30:00 Brain repair and reprogramming Malin Parmar
10:00:00 A repressive pro-neuronal master regulator
10:45:00 Natural reprogramming: what makes a cell permissive to being converted into a neuron? Sophie Jarriault
11:15:00 Dissecting human and chimpanzee cerebral organoids using single-cell transcriptomics Barbara Treutlein
11:45:00 Unraveling the molecular underpinnings of ASCL1 and SOX2 mediated human brain pericyte-to-neuron lineage conversion Marisa Karow
13:15:00 Direct reprogramming in the healthy and parkinsonia n mouse brain yields electrically functional interneurons Maria Pereira
13:30:00 The impact of injury on fate decisions by adult ste m cells Ana Martin-Villalba
14:00:00 Understanding the factors determining the neuronal fate of reprogrammed astrocytes Guillermina López-Bendito
14:30:00 FACT is a reprogramming barrier in C. elegans and h uman cells Baris Tursun
15:15:00 Unravelling the transcriptional underpinnings under lying reprogramming of adult human brain pericytes into forebrain GABA neurons Benedikt Berninger
15:45:00 Combinatorial binding of transcription factors is e ssential for reprogramming to pluripotency Kathrin Plath
16:15:00 Close
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