Informal Lunch with the Professor Sessions

Informal Lunch with the Professor Sessions

4 informal sessions of questions and answers with well-known professors will be held daily during the lunch breaks. Lunch will be served.

Location: Espaço Tejo Resturant onsite

27TH MARCH 2019 -13:00 -14:00

Guojun Bu, USA - APOE IN ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE AND RELATED DEMENTIAS SOLD OUT

Don Cleveland, USA - GENE SILENCING AND CELL THERAPY FOR NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE- SOLD OUT

Bart De Strooper, UK - TAU, THE CELLULAR PHASE OF AD, GAMMA-SECRETASE, SINGLE CELL, MIRNA AND HUMANIZED MODELS - SOLD OUT

Rachelle Doody, Switzerland - DRUG DEVELOPMENT IN AD AND OTHER NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDERS SOLD OUT

Todd Golde, USA - MAKING THE TRANSITION FROM TRAINING POSITONS TO INDEPENDENCE - SOLD OUT

Christian Haass, Germany - MOLLECULAR AND CELLULAR MECHANISMS OF AD – INCLUDING TIPS ON MAKING YOUR SCIENTIFIC CAREER - SOLD OUT

Richard Mayeux , USA - PHENOTYPING, DEEP MOLECULAR PHENOTYPING, GENETIC EPIDEMIOLOGY AND RISK FACTORS - SOLD OUT

Reisa Sperling, USA - DEFINING PRECLINICAL AD POPULATIONS FOR PREVENTION TRIALS - SOLD OUT

Beth Stevens, USAMICROGLIA AND ALZHEIMERS’ DISEASE PROGRESSION- SOLD OUT

Li-Huei Tsai, USA - USING HUMAN INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS TO MODEL ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE SOLD OUT

 

 28TH MARCH, 2019 - 13:30 -14:45

Karen Ashe, USA - TWO SCIENTIFIC MODES - EXPLORATORY AND ENTERPRISING SCIENCE IN THE QUEST FOR A CURE - SOLD OUT

Patrik Brundin, USA - THE PRION-LIKE BEHAVIOR OF ALPHA-SYNUCLEIN IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE - SOLD OUT

Luc Buee, France - TAU ATYPICAL FUNCTIONS AND THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES - SOLD OUT

Glenda Halliday , Australia - TYPES OF SYNUCLEINOPATHIES SOLD OUT

Walter J. Koroshetz, USA - NIH RESEARCH INITIATIVES IN ALZHEIMERS, VASCULAR CONTRIBUTION TO DEMENTIA AND DEMENTIA DUE TO LEWY BODY PATHOLOGY SOLD OUT

Frank LaFerla, USA - NAVIGATING THE PITFALLS OF ACADEME SOLD OUT

Jie Shen, USA - CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND MECHANISMS OF NEURODEGENERATION IN AD AND PD - SOLD OUT

Peter St. George-Hyslop , Canada - ROLE OF PHASE SEPARATING INTRINSICALLY DISORDERED PROTEINS IN NEURODEGENERATION, AND THE ROLE OF MICROGLIAL RISK GENES IN MODULATING RESPONSES TO MISFOLDED PROTEINS - SOLD OUT

Donna   Wilcock, USA - TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH IN VASCULAR COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AND ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE WITH A FOCUS ON NEUROINFLAMMATION - SOLD OUT

 

 29th MARCH, 2019 - 13:25 - 14:45

Randy Bateman ,USA - TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH AND CLINICAL TRIALS IN AD SOLD OUT

Nir Giladi, Israel - PRODROMAL PARKINSON - SOLD OUT

John Hardy, UK - GENETIC ANALYSIS OF NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES: PAST AND FUTURE SOLD OUT

David Holtzman, USA - RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN APOE, ABETA, TAU AND AD - SOLD OUT

Edward Koo, USA - TBA - SOLD OUT

Cynthia Lemere,USA - AMYLOID-TARGETED IMMUNOTHERAPY FOR THE PREVENTION OF AD - SOLD OUT

Eliezer Masliah, USA - PROGRESS TOWARD ADVANCING THE NATIONAL PLAN TO ADDRESS AD AND RELATED DEMENTIAS IN THE US - SOLD OUT

Laura Ranum, USA - RAN PROTEINS IN NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE - SOLD OUT

Philip Scheltens,The Netherlands - THE USE OF BIOMARKERS FOR RESEARCH IN AD SOLD OUT

Tom Sudhof, USA -ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE MECHANISMS - SOLD OUT

 

30TH MARCH, 2019 -13:25 -14:45

Marc Diamond, USA - CAREERS AND QUESTIONS IN NEURODEGENERATIVE TAUOPATHIES SOLD OUT

Michael Heneka, Germany - NEUROINFLAMMATION IN NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE/ALZHEIMER’S - SOLD OUT

Virginia Lee, USA -  CAREER CHOICES FOR PHDS SOLD OUT

Stuart Lipton, USA - HIPSC-DERIVED MICROGLIA, NEUROINFLAMMATION, AND ABERRANT PROTEIN S-NITROSYLATION IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM- SOLD OUT

Brit Mollenhauer, Germany - PARKINSON'S AND MOVEMENT DISORDERS AS WELL AS TRANSLATIONAL AND BIOMARKER RESEARCH - SOLD OUT

Lennart Mucke, USA - TRANSLATING SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES INTO CLINICAL ADVANCES: AN ARDUOUS BUT CRUCIAL MISSION

Agneta Nordberg, Sweden - HOW TO BECOME AN INTERNATIONAL RESEARCHER IN THE FIELD OF ALZJEIMER´S RESEARCH - SOLD OUT

Tiago Outeiro, Germany - THE ROLE OF PROTEIN AGGREGATION IN PD AND AD SOLD OUT

Sam Sisodia, USA - MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY, AMYLOIDOSIS, PRESENILINS AND MICROBIOME SOLD OUT

Robert Vassar, USA - MOLECULAR MECHANISMS AND MOUSE MODELS OF AD - SOLD OUT

Places are limited to 9 delegates per table and participation is by pre-registration only.

If you already registered to the conference, please contact us at: reg_adpd19@kenes.com