PL02 Plenary Session: “George Siegel Basic Neurochemistry Textbook Lecture” by Volker Haucke
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YSLA01 ISN Young Scientist Lectureship Award: Jee Hyun Kim
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Chair: Ralf Dringen | Speaker: Jee Hyun Kim

Coffee break at the Posters
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S02 Dysfunction at the presynapse
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Chairs: Sarah Gordon / Karen Smillie | Speakers: Sarah Gordon, Karen Smillie, Jacqueline Burré, Giovanni Piccoli

S03 Complement: Sculpting the developing and diseased brain
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Chairs: Jessy Alexander / Marcela Pekna | Speakers: Jessy Alexander, Marcela Pekna, Trent Woodruff, Cynthia Lemere

S04 Glutamate at the crossroad
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Chairs: In-Young Choi / Caroline Rae | Speakers: Caroline Rae, Joao Duarte, Helle Waagepetersen, Douglas Rothman

S05 Reactive astrocytes in waste clearance and regeneration – context-dependent responses and treatment opportunities
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Chairs: Milos Pekny / Elly Hol | Speakers: Milos Pekny, Elly Hol, Maiken Nedergaard, Alexei Verkhratsky

Lunch – Poster session area (or option to pick up your lunch and take it to the lunch time sessions)
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JNC Editorial Board Luncheon (on invitation)
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Women in Neurochemistry Luncheon
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Chairs: Marion Buckwalter/ Dana McTigue

Coffee at the Posters (poster session A)
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S06 Interneuron Development and Interaction with Other Cell Types in the Developing Brain
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Chairs: Anastassia Voronova / Graziella Di Cristo | Speakers: Graziella Di Cristo, Hiroki Taniguchi, Maria Cecilia Angulo, Steven Kushner

S07 RNA Control of Axonal Functions
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Chair: Mike Fainzilber | Speakers: Jeffery Twiss, Catia Andreassi, Mike Fainzilber, Francisca Bronfman

S08 The NMDA receptors: from synapse physiolgy to pathology
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Chairs: Jean-Pierre Mothet / Nigel Empage | Speakers: Jean-Pierre Mothet, Nigel Empage, Giles Herdingham, Kim Dore

W01 How to improve the quality of publications
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Chairs: Jorg Schulz / Laura Hausmann | Speakers: Jorg Schulz, Laura Hausmann, Frank Middleton, Eric Prager

Poster session A (uneven numbers 18:00-19:00, even numbers 19:00-20:00)
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YSSC Reception Musée McCord / – JNC Social (on Invitation)
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