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Organizers:

Perry Bartlett, University of Queensland
Tianzi Jiang, CASIA

The Second Ineternational Symposium on Brainnetome Meets Genome (SBMG’2013)

September 12-13, 2013, Beijing, China


 

Thursday 12 September 2013

09:00-09:15  

Opening Remarks
Delegate from CAS and CASIA
Perry Bartlett, Director of the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI), University of Queensland, Australia

Session 1: Anatomical and Structural Brain Networks

Chair: Tianzi Jiang, CASIA, China, and QBI, Australia

Yunqing Li, the Fourth Military Medical University, China

09:15-09:45  

Yunqing Li, the Fourth Melitary Medical University, China
Title: Central neural pathways and local circuits involved in the nociceptive information transmission and modulation

09:45-10:15  

Linda Richards, QBI, University of Queensland, Australia
Title: Wiring the brain for function

10:15-10:45  

Hong-Wei Dong, UCLA, USA
Title: Charting the global neural networks in the mouse brain

10:45-11:00  

Morning Tea

11:00-11:30  

Lingzhong Fan, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Title: The progress and application of Brainnetome atlas

11:30-12:00  

Simon Eickhoff, Heinrich-Heine University Dusseldorf, Germany
Title: JuBrain: A histological framework for the integrated analysis of brain structure, function and connectivity

12:00-14:00  

Lunch


Session 2: Brainnetome Methods and Applications

Chair:Pietro Pietrini, University of Pisa Medical School, Italy

Pankaj Sah, QBI, University of Queensland, Australia

14:00-14:30  

Pankaj Sah, QBI, University of Queensland, Australia
Title: Networks of neurons in the human pedunculopontine nucleus and their response to movement
and imagined gait

14:30-15:00  

Chen Zhang, Peking University, China
Title: Presenilins are essential for regulating neurotransmitter release

15:00-15:30  

Bart M. ter Haar Romeny, Eindhoven Technology University, the Netherlands
Title: Visualization and analysis of complex brain connectivity

15:30-16:00  

Juan Zhou, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore
Title: Structural and functional brain connectome in neurodegenerative diseases

16:00-16:15   Afternoon tea
16:15-16:45  

Yong Fan, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Title: Diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease using multimodality imaging information

16:45-17:15  

Keith Kendrick, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Title: Schizophrenia and the self

17:15-17:45  

Pietro Pietrini, University of Pisa Medical School, Italy
Title: The Blind Brain: how (lack of) vision shapes the development of the morphological
and functional architecture of the human brain

17:45-18:00  

Tour to the Brainnetome Center

18:30-21:30  

Speakers dinner


Friday 13 September 2013

 

Session 3: How Genes Modulate Brain Networks

Chair: David Reutens, CAI, University of Queensland, Australia

Bryan Mowry, QBI, University of Queensland, Australia

09:00-09:30  

Bryan Mowry, QBI, University of Queensland, Australia
Title: Revealing the genetics of schizophrenia

09:30-10:00  

Naomi Wray, QBI, University of Queensland, Australia
Title: Lessons from complex trait genetics relevant to integration of the genome into the brainnetome

10:00-10:30  

Weihua Yue, Institute of Mental Health, Peking University, China
Title: Preliminary exploration on the roles of susceptibility genes of schizophrenia at GWAS-level

10:30-10:45  

Morning Tea

10:45-11:15  

Bing Liu, Institute of Automation,Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Title: Brain Networks: intermediate phenotypes for genetic studies of schizophrenia

11:15-11:45  

Silvia Pellegrini, University of Pisa Medical School, Italy
Title: Are prosocial and antisocial behaviors genetically rooted?

11:45-12:15  

David Reutens, CAI, University of Queensland, Australia
Title: Genetics of Neurovascular Coupling

12:15-14:00  

Lunch


Session 4: Clinical Applications of Brain Networks

Chair: Perry Bartlett, QBI, University of Queensland, Australia

14:00-14:30  

Jane Wu, Northwestern University, USA
Title: RNA binding Proteins in Neurodegeneration- using disease models to probe functional brain circuits for memory

14:30-15:00  

Elizabeth Coulson, QBI, University of Queensland, Australia
Title: Understanding cholinergic dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease

15:00-15:30  

Alexandre Cristino, QBI, University of Queensland, Australia
Title: Dissecting the molecular relationship of mental health disorders

15:30-16:00  

Yong Liu, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Title: Brainnetome studies of Alzheimer's disease with neuroimaging

16:00-16:15   Afternoon tea

 


Session 5: Challenges for the future: integrating disciplines and multinational organisations

Chair: Tianzi Jiang, CASIA, China, and QBI, Australia

16:15-16:25  

Perry Bartlett (Australia)

16:25-16:35  

Hong-Wei Dong (USA)

16:35-16:45  

Simon Eickhoff (Germany)

16:45-16:55  

Tianzi Jiang (China, Brainnetome)

16:55-17:05   Yunqing Li (China, Anatomy)
17:05-17:15   Pietro Pietrini (Italy)
17:15-17:25   David Reutens (Australia)
17:25-17:35   Bart M. ter Haar Romeny(the Netherlands)
17:35-17:45   Huji Xu(China, Neurogenetics)

 

17:45-18:00  

Closing Remarks
Tianzi Jiang, CASIA, China, and QBI, Australia

18:30-21:30  

Speakers dinner

 

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