PROGRAMME - EWCBR 2013

Monday March 18th – 08:30 – 08:45
Introduction to EWCBR 2013 by Walter Zieglgansberger

Monday March 18th – 08:45 – 10:45
Rainer Spanagel : Shared and distinct mechanism of drug addictions
Mats Lekander & John Axelsson: Inflammatory control over brain function and behavior

Monday March 18th – 16:30 – 19:30
Félix Viana & Stephen McMahon : Cellular and molecular mechanisms of pain.
Ralf Galuske : Structure and function of cortical connectivity

Tuesday March 19th - 08:30 – 10:30
Christine Winter & Rainer Spanagel: DBS and neuroimaging in psychiatric disorders:
Session 1: Basic principles and approaches.
Giorgio Innocenti: Aspects of cortical connectivity, Part 1

Tuesday March 19th - 16:30 – 19:30
Clement Hamani & Alexander Sartorius DBS and neuroimaging in psychiatric disorders:
Session 2: Specific applications for depression, OCD and PTSD.
Giorgio Innocenti : Aspects of cortical connectivity, Part 2.

Wednesday March 20th - 08:30 – 10:30
Bernhard Sabel : Restorative neurology: new visions for the future, Part 1
Susanne Schoch & Christophe Bernard: Translating epileptogenic mechanisms into antiepileptogenic approaches.

Wednesday March 20th - 16:30 – 19:30
Bernhard Sabel : Restorative neurology: new visions for the future, Part 2
Merab Kokaia & Albert Becker: Aberrant plasticity in focal epilepsies

Wednesday March 20th - 21:00
POSTER SESSIONS

Thursday March 21st - 08:30 – 10:30
René Pumain & Claude Wasterlain : Epilepsy and its comorbities

Thursday March 21st - 16:30 – 19:30
Christelle Baunez & Wolfgang Sommer : DBS and neuroimaging in psychiatric disorders-
Session 3- DBS applications for impulse control disorders and addictions.

Friday March 22nd - 08:30 – 10:30
Olaf Paulson : Cerebral blood blow regulation during functional activation
Mathias Schmidt: On search of the biological basis of mood disorders : exploring out of the mainstream

Friday March 22nd - 16:30 – 19:30
Sarah Leibowitz & Bert Weiss : Neural regulation of drug and natural rewarding-seeking behavior
Stephen Dager & Stefan Posse : Towards understanding clinical expression in developmental brain disorders.