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L'édition 2016 de la conférence Bordeaux Neurocampus est intitulée "Exploration fonctionnelle des circuits neuronaux impliqués dans le comportement". Elle aura lieu du 28 au 30 septembre à l'Agora du haut-Carré à Talence, sur le campus de l'Université de Bordeaux, au sud-ouest de Bordeaux.

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Organisateurs de la conférence: Frédéric Gambino, Cyril Herry et Yann Humeau.





Organized by Bruce Hope and Cyriel Pennartz, the main goal of this international workshop is to bring together the most recent advancements in neuronal ensembles in perception, memories and learned behaviors.





Les MRSEI sont dédiés au "montage de réseaux scientifiques européens ou internationaux" (MRSEI). Il vise à faciliter l'accès des chercheurs français aux programmes de financement européens (Horizon 2020 principalement) et/ou internationaux.





Nathalie Sans (Equipe Montcouquiol-Sans), Lauréate ANR 2016 avec le projet NanoPlanSYN

Projet NanoPlanSYN : Rôle de la voie de signalisation de la polarité planaire dans l’organisation dynamique de la synapse et l’intégration de l’information synaptique: des mécanismes fondamentaux aux conséquences pathophysiologiques





Aude PANATIER (Equipe Oliet), Lauréate ANR 2016 avec son projet ASTRODOM:
Exploration fonctionnelle du domaine astrocytaire

Sophie TRONEL (Equipe Abrous), Lauréate ANR 2016 avec son projet ReconsoNeuro:
Rôle de la neurogénèse hippocampique dans la reconsolidation de la mémoire







Development and plasticity of the nervous system critically depends on the neuronal cytoskeleton. The organization and dynamic remodeling of the neuronal cytoskeleton contributes to all morphological and functional changes in neurons, including migration, polarization, axon outgrowth, dendrite development and synapse formation. The neuronal cytoskeleton provides tracks for intracellular transport, sets up local cues to position organelles, acts as a signaling device and generates cellular forces that are fundamental to all aspects of neuronal function. Cytoskeleton remodeling and axonal trafficking have emerged as one of the most exciting and rapidly moving fields in cellular neurobiology. This field is experiencing a revolution in molecular, genetic and imaging technologies for analysing the dynamics of these processes during neuronal development and plasticity. The study of the molecular mechanisms of cytoskeletal dynamics and neuronal trafficking are also key to understanding what goes wrong in many neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative diseases.

With participation of Mireille Montcouquiol





EUROGENESIS 3rd Conference will end the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of adult neurogenesis discovery by gathering worldwide leaders of this exciting field

The findings of neural stem cells in the adult mammalian central nervous system changed our perception of brain plasticity and function. For five decades, research on adult neurogenesis and neural stem cells has therefore been leading to an ever expanding field of discoveries that have influenced many domains of neuroscience and developmental biology.

Informations, Program and Registration: http://www.eurogenesis.com

Registration: Deadline June 15th, 2016
Abstract Submission: Deadline May 27th, 2016

Local organization : Nora Abrous - Sophie Tronel - Florence Béranger





Forum of Neuroscience, July 2-6, 2016, Copenhagen