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Siena - Maggio 2011

Si svolgerà a Siena, nei giorni dal 19 al 21 maggio il terzo dei corsi monotematici di aggiornamento riservato a medici specializzandi in neurologia, iscritti alla Sin.


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Roma - Novembre 2009

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Materiale didattico dei relatori

AMMASSARI TEULE

  • Enhanced procedura learning following beta-amyloid protein (I-42) infusion in the rat
  • Viral-Mediated Expression of a Constitutively Active Form of CREB in Hippocampal Neurons Increase Memory
  • Region-specific changes in the microanatomy of single dendritic spines over time might account for selective memory alternations in ageing hAPPsweTg2576 mice, a mouse model for Alzheimer disease
  • Preserved Fronto-Striatal Plasticity and Enhanced Procedural Learning in a Transgenic Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease Overexpressing Mutant hAPPswe

BATTISTINI LUCA
  • Early relapses after the first dose of natalizumab in active multiple sclerosis patients
  • Regulatory T cells are key cerebroprotective immunomodulatiors in acute experimental stroke
  • Microglia
  • Expression of ectonucleotidase CD39 by Foxp3+ Treg cells: hydrolysis of extracellular ATP and immune suppression

CALABRESI PAOLO
  • Molecular mechanisms underlying Levodopa-Induced Dyskinesia
  • A convergent model for cognitive dysfunctions in Parkinson's disease: the critical dopamine-acetylcholine synaptic balance
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  • Neuroinflammation and synaptic plasticity: theoretical basis for a novel, immune-centred, therapeutic approach to neurological disorders
  • Downstream mechanisms triggered by mitochondrial dysfunction in the basal ganglia: From experimental models to neurodegenerative diseases

CECCONI FRANCESCO
  • The roles of intracellular protein-degradation pathways in neurodegeneration
  • The role of Autophagy in Mammalian Development
  • Autophagy fights disease through cellular self-digestion

CENTONZE DIEGO
  • Long-term potentiation and memory processes in the psychological works of sigmund freud and in the formation of neuropsychiatric symptoms
  • Chronic Cocaine Prevents Depotentation at Corticostriatal Synapses
  • Mechanisms of diseases: basic-research-driven investigations in humans. The case of hyperkinetic disorders
  • Removing Pathogenic Memories

KOCH GIACOMO
  • Cerebellar magnetic stimulation decreases levodopa-induced dyskinesias in Parkinson disease
  • Hyperrexcitability of parietal-motor functional connections in the intact left-hemisphere of patients with neglect
  • Is there a future for therapeutic use of transcranial magnetic stimulation?
  • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: A Primer
  • Clinical applications of transcranial magnetic stimulation in patients with movement disorders

MACCARRONE MAURO
  • FAAH and anandamide: is 2-AG really the odd one out?
  • The endocannabinoid pathway in Huntington's disease: a comparison with other neurodegenerative disease
  • The endocannabinoid system in targeting inflammatory neurodegenerative diseases

MERCURI NICOLA BIAGIO
  • The dopamine-containing neuron: maestro or simple musician in the orchestra of addiction?
  • The midbrain slice preparation. An in vitro model to select potential anti-parkinsonian drugs?
  • Epileptiform discharge induced by 4-aminopyridine in magnesius-free medium in neocortical neurons: physiological and pharmacological characterization
  • Intrinsic membrane prosperties and synaptic inputs regulation the firing activity of the dopamine neurons
  • Dopamine-containing Neurons are Silenced by Energy Deprivation: a defensive response or beginning of cell death?

MOLINARI FRANCO
  • Do ATP and NO interact in the CNS?
  • Selective CB2 receptor agonism protects central neurons from remote axotomy-induced apoptosis through the PI3K/Akt Pathway
  • Remote cell death in the cerebellar system

SETTE CLAUDIO
  • Innate immunity mediated by TLR9 modulates pathogeneticity in an animal model of multiple sclerosis
  • Toll-like receptors in Multiple Sclerosis mouse experimental models
  • Spinal Musolar Atrophy
  • Spinal muscolar atrophy: why do low levels of survival motor neuron protein make motor neurons sick?

STRATA PIERGIORGIO
  • Subcortical and cortical brain activity during the feeling of self-generated emotions
  • Cerebellum and Nonmotor Function
  • Long-term synaptic changes induced in the cerebellar cortex by fear conditioning
  • The Cerebellum: Synaptic Changes and Fear Conditioning
  • Dissociating Pain from its anticipation in the human brain

URBANI ANDREA
  • Hares and tortoises: the high-versus low-throughput proteomic rare
  • Metabolite profiling: from diagnostics to systems biology
  • Post-Genomic Investigations in Clinical Neurosciences

Firenze - Giugno 2009

Si è svolto a Firenze, nei giorni 8 e 9 giugno nella prestigiosa sede di Villa La Pietra, il primo dei corsi monotematici di aggiornamento riservato amedici specializzandi in neurologia, iscritti alla Sin.

Il Corso, che aveva come contenuto la Neurologia delle Emergenze – Urgenze, ha visto la presenza di 46 giovani neurologi provenienti da tutta Italia che hanno potuto interagire direttamente con i relatori e tutor in una ottica di sinergie profonde.

I partecipanti hanno mostrato vivo interesse e hanno gradito l’iniziativa SIN, che sarà ripetuta con il prossimo appuntamento previsto a Roma nel mese di novembre.

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