Congreso FALAN 2016 - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Celebrating the contributions of John G. Nicholls to Latin America

SPECIAL EVENT: Meet the Professor "Neuroscience at lunch with a good friend” Professor John G. Nicholls
SYMPOSIUM: Function, repair and training of the nervous system

Chairs: E. Del-Bel (FORP-USP-Brazil) F.F. De Miguel (UNAM-Mexico)

Posters Information

Rules for preparation of posters.

Poster Sessions

DATES

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

July  1 - 23:59 hs (Argentina): Deadline for early registration

October 1: Deadline for online registration

Abstract submission is closed July 15, 2016

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Special Lectures

Rodrigo Andrade (Chile/USA)
"Using optogenetics to interrogate serotonergic synaptic transmission in the mammalian brain"

Jorge Bergado (Cuba)
“Time and timing in neurophysiology. Lessons from synaptic tagging”

Juan Carlos Brenes (Costa Rica)
"Effects of environmental enrichment on brain plasticity, cognition and social communication in rats"

Newton Canteras (Brazil)
"The many paths to fear"

Zulma Janeth Dueñas Gómez (Colombia)

Plenary Lectures

Architecture of the cortical association network supporting voluntary behavior and cognition

Larry Swanson (USA)


FENS Plenary Lecture:
Neuron-glia metabolic coupling: roles in plasticity and neuroprotection

Pierre Magistretti (Switzerland / Italy)


TRP channels, an early alert system for environmental challenges

Carlos Belmonte (Spain)

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