Neuroscience 2021

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Bachem will be exhibitor at the Neuroscience 2021.

The Society for Neuroscience has annouced that this years Neuroscience conference will be held fully virtually from November 8 to 11.

Additionally, the participants can prepare during the Preview Days from November 3 to 7, which allow attendees to preview posters as well as full symposia and minisymposia talks.

Stay at the forefront of Neuroscience innovation, regulatory and market trends

  • Lectures and panel sessions
  • High value scientific program
  • Plenty of time to network

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8

 7:30–8:30  Virtual Networking Events
 8:30–9:30  Presidential Special Panel — COVID and the Brain
Panelists: Igor Koralnik, MD, and Serena Spudich, MD
 9:30–10:30  Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
 10–10:45  Special Lecture — Dentate Gyrus Circuits for Encoding, Retrieval, and Discrimination of Episodic Memories
Lecturer: Marlene Bartos, PhD
 10–10:45  Special Lecture — Learning From Prediction Error
Lecturer: Reza Shadmehr, PhD
 10:45–11:45 Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
 11–11:45   Clinical Neuroscience Lecture — Expanding Mechanisms and Therapeutic Targets for Neurodegenerative Disease
Lecturer: Aaron Gitler, PhD
 11–11:45  Special Lecture — The Assembly and Function of Hippocampal Circuits
Lecturer: Rosa Cossart, PhD
 12–1  Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
 12–1  Then and Now Panel — A Conversation About 40 Years on Different Routes to the Same Destination 50th
Moderator: Elizabeth Phelps, PhD
 12–1  Celebration of Women in Neuroscience Session 50th
Moderator: Diane Lipscombe, PhD
 1–3:30  Graduate School Fair 
 1–3:30  Poster Session Group Discussions
 1–3:30  Virtual Exhibits
 3:30–4:30  Presidential Special Lecture — Spinal Cord Gateways to Restore Neurological Functions
Lecturer: Gregoire Courtine, PhD
 4:30–5:30                          Virtual Networking Event

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9

 7:30–8:30  Virtual Networking Events
 8:30–12 Graduate School Fair 
 8:30–12 Poster Session Group Discussions
 8:30–12 Virtual Exhibits
 12–1  Then and Now Panel — What Makes a Model Nervous System? 50th
Chair: TBD
 12–1 Dual Perspectives — What Does Dopamine Encode?
Moderator: Patricia Janak, PhD
 12–1  Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
 1:30–2:15   David Kopf Neuroethics Lecture — The Law and Neuroprosthetics
Lecturer: Jennifer Chandler, JD, LLM
 1:30–2:15  Special Lecture — Watching the Brain in Action — Creating Tools for Functional Analysis of Neural Circuitry
Lecturer: Lin Tian, PhD
 1:15–2:15  Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
 2:30–3:15  Albert and Ellen Grass Lecture — From the Neuroscience of Individual Variability to Climate Change
Lecturer: Eve Marder, PhD
 2:30–3:15  Special Lecture — The Mysteries of Sleep — Toward the Molecular Substrate for “Sleepiness”
Lecturer: Masashi Yanagisawa, MD, PhD
 2:30–3:30 Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
 3:30–4:30 Dialogues Between Neuroscience and Society — Life of a Neuron
Lecturer: Sandro Kereselidze
 4:30–5:30    Virtual Networking Events

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10

  7:30–8:30  Virtual Networking Events
  8:30– 9:30  Presidential Special Lecture — From Development to Repair — How Growth Factors and Stem Cells Build the Brain
Lecturer: Freda Miller, PhD
  9:30–10:30 Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
  10–10:45 Special Lecture — Sensing Scents — Structural and Circuit Mechanisms of Olfaction
Lecturer: Vanessa Ruta, PhD
  10–10:45 Special Lecture — Lineage-Dependent Assembly of the Neocortex
Lecturer: Song-Hai Shi, PhD
  10:45–11:45 Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
  11–11:45 Special Lecture — Proteins, Synapses, and Memory — Local Translation of mRNAs in Neurons
Lecturer: Erin Schuman, PhD
  11–11:45  Special Lecture — Neuronal Mechanisms of Value-Based Decision-Making — A Brain-Machine Interface Approach
Lecturer: Joni Wallis, PhD
  12–1 Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
  12–1:30                        Storytelling Session — Oh Sh*t — Great Scientists Tell Stories About Their Greatest Failures 50th
Chair: Megan Hagenauer, PhD
  12–1:30 Peter and Patricia Gruber Lecture
Lecturers: Christine Petit, MD, PhD, and Christopher Walsh, MD, PhD
  1:30–4:30 Graduate School Fair 
  1:30–4:30 Poster Session Group Discussions
  1:30–4:30 Virtual Exhibits
  4:30–5:30 Virtual Networking Events

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11

 7:30–8:30 Virtual Networking Events
 8:30–12 Graduate School Fair 
 8:30–12 Poster Session Group Discussions
 8:30–12 Virtual Exhibits
 12–1  Dual Perspectives — Studying Human Neurodevelopment and Diseases Using 3D Organoids 50th
Moderator: Marina Picciotto, PhD
 12–1 Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
 1:30–2:15  Special Lecture — Stress Contagion, Shadows, and Synaptic Imprinting
Lecturer: Jaideep Bains, PhD
 1:30–2:15  Special Lecture — Itchy and Scratchy — Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Acute and Chronic Itch
Lecturer: Diana Bautista, PhD
 1:15–2:15  Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
 2:30–3:15  History of Neuroscience — A New Department, a New Transmitter Compound, a War and a Movement — The 1960s to the Present of a Neurobiology Career 50th
Lecturer: Edward Kravitz, PhD
 2:30–3:15  Special Lecture — Brain Mechanisms Underlying the Vulnerability for Compulsive Drug Use
Lecturer: Veronica Alvarez, PhD
 2:30–3:30 Symposia/Minisymposia Panel Discussions and Q&A
 3:30–4:30 Presidential Special Lecture — Integration of Mind and Metabolism
Lecturer: Dana Small, PhD
 4:30–5:30                                 Virtual Networking Events

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