Once again we organized the International Meeting on Steroids and Nervous System and we are pleased to invite you in Torino (Italy) for the ninth edition of this biannual meeting. In these 15 years (we started in 2001) this meeting represented an important event for basic and clinical researchers working on this emerging scientific topic (see here for an article describing previous editions of the meeting).
As during the previous meetings , we will address state-of-the-art approaches in the field of steroids and nervous system, including behavior, epigenetics, genomic and non-genomic actions, aging, synaptic connectivity, glial cells, neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders.
In particular, we will have 5 Plenary Lectures and 7 Symposia by the most important experts of the field. A few additional short communications (selected by the Organizing Committee) will complete each symposia.
New data on emerging trends and new developments of the field will be presented and discussed during the poster sessions. In addition, a round table on a very hot topic such as the link between Gut Microbiome and Brain Function will be held. Moreover, specific actions for young investigators, such as Young Investigator Symposium, Meet the Professor Lunch, Poster Prizes and Fellowship Support will be organized.
Furthermore, a satellite symposium entirely dedicated to Neuroactive Steroids and Metabolic Axis will be held the day 11.
Finally, because our country is famous in the world for beauty, art, music and food, the good science provided by this meeting will be accompanied by social activities that we will organize.
We are looking forward to your participation
Roberto C. Melcangi and GianCarlo Panzica
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University of Turin, Italy
The Workshop is aimed at PhD students and young Postdocs with the goal to promote a thorough understanding of the functions of glial cells in health and disease. The program includes lectures on the newest conceptual advancements and methodological approaches in the study of glial cells in synaptic functions, development and CNS diseases.
Deadline for registration: December 23, 2019.
Our young researchers present their work to collegues. From January to December, every two weeks, on friday at 2:00 pm
Seminars Room, NICO
The main goal of the BraYn initiative is to organize a scientific conference involving different laboratories across Italy and Europe where young researchers, especially PhD students and junior postdocs, can share their knowledge, skills and ideas to establish new collaborations between different research groups.