[Comp-neuro] Dynamical Neuroscience Satellite Symposium -- Dynamical Disease

Glanzman, Dennis (NIH/NIMH) [E] dglanzma at mail.nih.gov
Wed Aug 12 18:13:37 CEST 2009


CALL FOR POSTERS          CALL FOR POSTERS          CALL FOR POSTERS

17th Annual Dynamical Neuroscience Satellite Symposium - "Dynamical
Disease"

(Preceding the 39th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience)

Thursday and Friday, October 15-16, 2009

The Buckingham Ballroom of the Allerton Hotel, 701 North Michigan
Avenue, Chicago, Illinois

The concept of dynamical diseases has been in existence for over 30
years, with numerous re-views drawing attention to disorders that are
characterized by the recurrence of certain symptoms, or exhibit
oscillations that appear in the intensity of an ongoing nervous system
disease.  Neuropsychiatric and neurological diseases exhibiting
periodicity or cyclicity include Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia,
Seasonal Affective Disorder, Klein-Levin Syndrome, Sleep Disorders,
Binging, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Jet-Lag and Headache.  The time
course of the disorders can range from seconds and minutes to months and
years.  This symposium will examine a number of dynamical disorders of
the nervous system, with the aim of providing an overarching perspective
into potential underlying mechanisms, detection, prevention and
treatment strategy.

Confirmed Speakers:  Bard Ermentrout, Leon Glass, Isabela Granic,
Suzanne Haber, Nancy Kopell, Marc Lewis, Alfred Lewy, Haim Sompolinsky,
Peter Tass, Jonathan Victor and Miles Whittington

Keynote Address:  Winner of the 2nd Annual Swartz Prize in Computational
Neuroscience

Symposium Organizers:  Nicholas Schiff, Weill Cornell Medical Center,
and Dennis Glanzman, NIMH/NIH

For programmatic information, please contact:

Dennis Glanzman  <glanzman at nih.gov>
National Institute of Mental Health
Telephone:  (301) 443-1576

To register for the meeting and to submit a poster, please contact:

Nakia Wilson  <nwilson at dixongroup.com>
The Dixon Group
Telephone:  (877) 772-9111




 
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