• Detailed Program

    28 January 2020, Szeged

    INVITED SPEAKER (10:20 – 11:00)

    Chair: Barabás Bence (Institute of Experimental Medicine)

     

    Cholinergic and dopaminergic systems in healthy and diseased cognition

    Balázs Hangya (Institute of Experimental Medicine)

     

    SESSION 1 (11:00 - 12:00)

    Chair: Oláh Gáspár (University of Szeged)

     

    Towards co-localized microelectrode array recordings and two-photon microscopy

    Meszéna Domokos, (Pázmány Péter Catholic University)

     

    Superficial neurogliaform cells activation leads to a different summation of ionotropic and metabotropic GABA receptor-mediated postsynaptic responses

    Ozsvár Attila, (University of Szeged)

     

    Investigating hippocampal representations with machine learning  

    Márton Kis (Institute of Experimental Medicine)

     

    Deep learning driven label-free image-guided automatic patch clamp system for human and rodent in vitro slice physiology

    Mihut Norbert, (University of Szeged)

     

    SESSION 2 (15:20 - 16:20)

    Chair: Ibos Katalin Eszter (University of Szeged)

     

    Involvement of a novel thalamo-preoptic neuronal pathway in social interaction using double viral chemogenetics in the rat

    Keller Dávid, (Semmelweiss University)

    18 month-old infants can update initial belief representations on the basis of new, online verbal information

    Baross Júlia, (Eötvös Lóránd University)

     

    Neural correlates of dogs' sleep macrostructure and their scores in the Strange Situation Test

    Cecilia Carreiro, (Eötvös Lóránd University)

     

    Altered prefrontal activation patterns and disturbed serotonergic signaling is associated with abnormal aggression caused by early-life social isolation

    Szebik Huba, (Institute of Experimental Medicine)

     

    SESSION 3 (16:40 – 17:40)

    Chair: Müller Kinga, (Institute of Experimental Medicine)

     

    Microglia monitor and protect neuronal function via specialized somatic purinergic junctions

    Pósfai Balázs, (Institute of Experimental Medicine)

     

    Laminar specificity of perisomatic inhibition in the mouse prefrontal cortex

    Nagy-Pál Petra, (Institute of Experimental Medicine)

     

    The brain pericyte-endothelial interaction in inflammasome activation

    Mihály Kozma, (Biological Research Centre)

     

    Comparision of popular fluorescent actin markers to measure actin dynamics in dendritic spines

    Nagy-Herczeg Domonkos, (Eötvös Lóránd University)

     

  • Closing party and Best Question Awards

    19:30 - We celebrate together the best questions, and dedicate some time for interpersonal relationships

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