Webinar "Toward Novel Therapies in Psychiatry: Zooming into Brain-Periphery, Dysfunction, and Crosstalk"
28 April, 2020
in FENS News
FENS Members - Registration now open to the webinar "Toward Novel Therapies in Psychiatry: Zooming into Brain-Periphery, Dysfunction, and Crosstalk" taking place on 6 May 2020 (11:00 am-12:00 PM EDT / 5:00-6:00 pm CEST).
Malfunctioning of neuronal circuits and peripheral systems (e.g metabolism, immune or microbiota) underlie aspects of psychiatric disorders. One of the major challenges in neuroscience is understanding the mechanisms and temporal dynamics of such changes within discrete neuronal connections, or within precise peripheral players. Such understanding can reveal new therapeutic strategies and refine existing ones.
- Asya Rolls (Israel Institute of Technology, Israel)
- Laura Cancedda (Italian Institute of Technology, Italy)
- Manuel Mameli (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
- Zachary Knight (University of California, San Francisco, USA)
Full information and to register as a FENS member, please go here.
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Those who have registered can watch the webinar anytime on-demand. Anyone else who would like to watch the webinar can fill out the registration on the Neuronline page to access the on-demand webinar. The registration page will stay open for a month, and afterwards an mp4 of the webinar will be available right on the Neuronline page.