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The 4th Annual Neuroscience R&D Technologies Conference being held on 4th-5thOctober in Munich, Germany will focus on discussing the latest technologies in the preclinical, translational neuroscience space and also drawing the attention of the audience towards new innovations happening in translational neuroscience imaging. 

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2 DAY EVENT

20 SPEAKERS

100 TICKETS

5 Hours of Networking

Agenda

Time Speaker Name Presentation Title
09:20 Yang (Ted) Teng Experimentally Modeling Spinal Cord Glioblastoma for Oncolytic Targets
09:50 Georg Terstappen Brain delivery technologies for CNS therapeutics
10:20 Paul Karila Novel approaches and concepts for development of functional in vitro assays targeting
11:10 Richard Wade-Martins Target and drug discovery in Parkinson’s stem cell-derived neurons
11:40 Fiona Elwood Applying novel technologies to advance Tau drug discovery for neurodegeneration
12:40 Emer Leahy High content behavioral phenotyping and machine learning offer new approaches to drug discovery
13:10 Nael Nadifkasri Brain-on-chip-technology for modeling neurodevelopmental disorders
14:40 Roland Heym Translatable biomarkers for neurodegenerative disorders and their treatment
15:10 Sandrine Willaime-Morawek Development of a 3D human iPSC-derived neural culture system
15:40 James Ellis iPS cell models of neurodevelopmental disorders
17:00 Michael Coleman Axon and synapse degeneration
17:30 Dirk Schubert Human induced pluripotent stem cells
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09:40 John Isaac Challenges and innovations in drug discovery for neurodegenerative disorders
10:10 Sandra Robelet Preclinical strategy combining in vitro and in vivo models to assess drug efficacy
10:25 Su Metcalfe Use of nanotechnology to deliver leukaemia inhibitory factor,”lif”, behind the blood brain barrier
11:30 Thomas Jahn Functional neuronal models to study Tau pathology in vitro
12:00 Richard Wade-Martins Target and drug discovery in Parkinson’s stem cell-derived neurons
12:30 York Winter Automation technology for the experimenter-free and operator independent behavioural phenotyping
13:00 Emilio Merlo-Pich Notes on the implementation of digital technology in clinical trials
14:30 Jonathan Van Eyll Molecular and translational modeling of diseases
15:00 Jean-Pierre Mothet The D-serine signalling pathway: A druggable target for treating synaptopathies
15:30 Simon Schultz New neurotechnologies for probing neural circuit function in health and disease
16:00 Marianna Semprini A platform to investigate the effects of non-invasive brain stimulation
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Advisors

Thomas Jahn
Thomas Jahn

Lab Head and Project Lead, Neuroscience Discovery, AbbVie, Germany

Dirk Schubert
Dirk Schubert

Assistant Professor Cellular Neurophysiology Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Netherlands

Georg Terstappen
Georg Terstappen

Chief Scientific Officer

OxStem



Our Speakers

Thomas Jahn
Thomas Jahn

Lab Head and Project Lead, Neuroscience Discovery, AbbVie, Germany

Emilio Merlo-Pich
Emilio Merlo-Pich

Vice President

Takeda

Richard Wade-Martins
Richard Wade-Martins

Professor, Molecular Neuroscience, Oxford University, UK

Nael Nadifkasri
Nael Nadifkasri

Group Leader, Molecular Neurophysiology, Radbound University, Netherlands

Fiona Elwood
Fiona Elwood

Head, Neurodegeneration, Novartis, USA

York Winter
York Winter

Professor, Cognitive Neurobiology, Charite University, Germany

James Ellis
James Ellis

Research Integrity Advisor, The Hospital for Sick Children, USA

John Isaac
John Isaac

Senior Director, Neuroscience External Innovation, Johnson & Johnson London Innovation Centre, UK


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Venue

Hilton Munich Airport, Germany

4th Annual Neuroscience R&D Technologies Conference will be heal at HILTON MUNICH AIRPORT

HILTON MUNICH AIRPORT

TERMINALSTRASSE MITTE 20, 85356, MUNICH, GERMANY

TEL: +49-89-97820 FAX: +49-89-97822610

 

About the Hotel:

The hustle and noise of Munich Airport is quickly forgotten upon entering the beautiful atrium of the Hilton Munich Airport hotel. Enjoy direct access to the airport and walking distance to Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Whether you only have a couple of hours between flights or plan on having a longer stay, our hotel has everything you need to make the most of your trip to Munich.


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