Poster Sessions 22018-09-28T11:03:19+00:00

Poster Sessions

Guided poster tour I
Guided poster tour II

Guided poster tours II

October 11, 2018 | 1:00 – 2:30 pm

P II – 1-11  Impact of NKG2D signaling on T cell and NK cell function in cerebral ischemia Christina David (Essen, GER)
P II – 1-12 Effect of spinal cord root compression on pain sensitivity in white rats Anna Semina (Moscow, RUS)
P II – 1-13 Study of the effect of co-application of the E. Coli lipopolisaccharide and toxic doses of glutamate to the cultured neurons Natalia Lizunova (Moscow, RUS)
P II – 1-14 The influence of PAR1 agonists on the development of glutamate-induced toxicity Irina Babkina (Moscow, RUS)
P II – 1-16 Weight-drop model of TBI results in more severe outcomes in animals with skull fracture Gundega Vikmane (Riga, LVA)
P II – 1-17 Experimental stroke differentially affects discrete subpopulations of splenic macrophages Laura McCulloch (Edinburgh, UK)
P II – 1-19 Spinal neural progenitor cells reduce inflammation after spinal cord injury via modulation of NFkB pathway Kristyna Kárová (Praha, CZE)
P II – 1-20 Nerve Growth factor (NGF) and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) attenuate microglia-mediated neuroinflammmation Georgia Fodelianaki (Dresden, GER)
P II – 2-4 Adaptation of tape removal test for sensation measurement in perineal area of rat Katerina Neumannova (Praha, CZE)
P II – 2-5 Triiodothyronine modulates mechanisms of brain plasticity after experimental stroke Daniela Talhada (Lund, SWE)
P II – 2-6 Significant neuroprotective activity of the small molecule #117 in a mouse model of photothrombotic focal ischemia when given up to 12 hours post-injury Petrine Wellendorph (Copenhagen, DNK)
P II – 3-9 Nanoparticle-mediated Blood-Brain Barrier Transport for Neuronal Delivery in Focal Brain Ischemia Sofia Santos (Porto, PRT)
P II – 3-10 The effect of erythropoietin receptor activation with carbamylated darbepoetin (CdEPO) in the brain cells on cognitive functions of C57BL/6 mice Mariya Glyavina (Nizhny Novgorod, RUS)
P II – 3-11 Peptide-agonist of protease-activated receptor 1 as modulator of photothrombosis-induced damage to mouse brain Maksim Galkov (Moscow, RUS)
P II – 3-12 Post-stroke intranasal (+)-naloxone delivery reduces microglial activation and improves behavioral recovery from ischemic injury Jenni Anttila (Helsinki, FIN)
P II – 3-14 The effects of R-phenibut in the experimental model of fluid percussion injury in mice Liga Zvejniece (Riga, LVA)
P II – 3-15 Does the death of brain pericytes contribute to no-reflow? A study on rat primary culture. Zoran Redzic (Kuwait, KWT)
P II – 3-16 Identification of novel neuroprotective drug combinations for the treatment of ischemic stroke through a systems biology-based drug repositioning approach Laura Ramiro (Bercelona, ESP)
P II – 4-7 Metabolic disorders and long-term cognitive decline : a preclinical approach Michele Bastide (Lille cedex, FRA)
P II – 4-8 Expression of neurogenesis, angiogenesis and inflammatory markers in brain beyond the subacute phase after experimental stroke in female rats Maryam Mostajeran (Lund, SWE)
P II – 4-9 Cardiovascular disease risk, menopause and uric acid level Seung Hee Kim (Daejeon, KOR)
P II – 4-10 Sex Differences in Spatial Frame of Reference Switching Using the Octagon Navigation Task Kate Chua (Lethbridge, CAN)
P II – 4-11 Sex differences in  Allocentric vs. Egocentric spatial frame of reference preference in resting state fMRI activity in Men and Women using a novel Octagon Navigation Task Mashal Fida (Lethbridge, CAN)
P II – 4-12 Reproductive Age Affects Microbiome and Stroke Outcome in Female Rats Farida Sohrabji (Bryan, USA)
P II – 5-21 Role of ADAMTS-4 in the development of Intracranial Aneurysm in mice Matthieu Lepine (Caen, FRA)
P II – 5-22 Acute cardiac injury following ischemic stroke Stine Mencl (Essen, GER)
P II – 5-23 Ischaemia-induced neurofilament affection in various models of experimental stroke Bianca Mages (Leipzig, GER)
P II – 5-24 Understanding the role of circulating extracellular vesicles in systemic response to ischemic stroke Livia Rosa-Fernandes (Odense, DNK)
P II – 5-25 The role of systemic inflammation on cortical blood flow during the acute phase after experimental stroke Ohud Saleh (Manchester, UK)
P II – 5-26 Lesional and perilesional tissue characterisation by automated image processing in a novel gyrencephalic animal model of peracute intracerebral haemorrhage Björn Nitzsche (Leipzig, GER)
P II – 5-27 Non-pulsed sinusoidal electromagnetic field rescues animals from severe stroke through induction of angiogenesis and nitric oxide. Annelies Bronckaers (Diepenbeek, BEL)
P II – 5-28 Microglial derived interleukin 1 is essential for myeloid recruitment and has neuroprotective actions after intracerebral haemorrhage Jack Barrington (Manchester, UK)
P II – 5-29 Hypoxia-induced changes to endoplasmic reticulum calcium and proteostasis Kathleen Trychta (Baltimore, USA)
P II – 5-30 Accumulation of β-amyloid variants in correlation with post-stroke neuroinflammation pathology, at cortical stroke model in rats with distal middle cerebral artery occlusion Safak Er (Helsinki, FIN)
P II – 5-31 Role of FXII in long-term stroke recovery Rebecca Dorothee Steubing (Essen, GER)
P II – 5-32 Interleukin 1α is profoundly neuroprotective and neurorestorative following experimental ischemic stroke Gregory Bix (Lexington, USA)
P II – 5-33 Neuroprotective therapy both for acute ischemic stroke and ALS Koji Abe (Okayama, JPN)
P II – 5-34 Reduced tonic inhibition after stroke promotes motor perfomance and epileptic seizures Christiane Frahm (Jena, GER)
P II – 5-35 A 3D Labeling Approach In Solvent-Cleared Brains To Analyse Axonal Projection Profiles After Cortical Stroke Christof Kugler (Bonn, GER)
P II – 5-36 Analyzing post-stroke recovery by widefield cortical calcium imaging Julia Cramer (Munich, GER)
P II – 5-37 Silent cerebral microbleeds induce long-term cognitive decline in the non-diseased mouse. Maud Pétrault (Lille, FRA)
P II – 5-38 Long-Term Dynamics after Transient Cerebral Artery Occlusion(tMCAO) in Mice Roxane-Isabelle Kestner (Frankfurt, GER)
P II – 5-39 The impact of collaterals on reperfusion in stroke Mohamad El Amki (Zurich, CHE)
P II – 6-11 Thalamic neurodegeneration after focal cortical stroke in rats does not induce thermal or mechanical hypersensitivity Suvi Pöyhönen (Helsinki, FIN)
P II – 6-12 TGF-β Signaling Regulates Hypobaric Hypoxia-induced Early Glio Vascular Dysfunction and associated Pathological Responses. Gaurav Kumar (New Delhi, IND)
P II – 6-13 Effects of CDNF on the alpha-synuclein fibrils model in young and aged rodents Katrina Albert (Helsinki, FIN)
P II – 6-14 Implementation of neural networks to quantify substantia nigra dopamine neurons and Lewy bodies Ilmari Parkkinen (Helsinki, FIN)
P II – 6-15 Neuroprotective efficacy of microRNA biogenesis pathway stimulation in primary dopaminergic neurons Andrii Domanskyi (Helsinki, FIN)
P II – 6-17 Degeneration of muscles supplied by the external carotid artery in the intraluminal filament mouse model of middle cerebral artery occlusion Markus Vaas (Zurich, CHE)
P II – 6-18 Modified extracellular matrix can support post stroke neuroplasticity Egor Dzyubenko (Essen, GER)
P II – 6-19 Alterations in Brain tissue redox status and blood-brain barrier permeability in presymptomatic hSOD1 G93A ALS rats Stefan Stamenković (Belgrade, SRB)
P II – 6-20 Effect of perineuronal net inhibitor on memory retention in mice Jana Dubišová (Praha, CZE)
P II – 6-21 Proliferation and differentiation of NG2-glia following different types of brain disorders Denisa Kirdajova (Praha, CZE)
P II – 6-22 hiPSC cell models for the validation of small molecule inhibitors of the TRPM4 ion channel – a novel target for multiple sclerosis Sheraz Gul (Hamburg, GER)
P II – 6-23 Dementia and beyond – A new collaborative research initiative between Kobe and Germany – The C-CNS Project Sheraz Gul (Kobe, Japan)