Conferences and symposiums Informal symposium on Neuropsychopharmacology

31-01-2023 9:00 am to
01-02-2023 4:00 pm Add to iCal
Campus Solna Online via Teams

Welcome to join the Informal symposium on Neuropsychopharmacology on Tuesday 31st January- Wednesday 1st February. Attendance on site is fully booked. However, you are welcome to participate online via teams.

Program Tuesday January 31 

Chairman 09.00-12.30 Magnus Ingelman-Sundberg
09.00-10.30 Group Espen Molden Optimization of antidepressant and antipsychotic pharmacotherapy using genetics and therapeutic drug monitoring
09.00-09.10 Espen Molden: Brief presentation of the department: activities, infrastructure, use of TDM/PGx analyses in research
09.10-09.25 Marianne Kringen: Identifying new variants using biobanked PGx samples
09.25-09.40 Line Skute Bråthen. CYP2C-TG haplotype and metabolism of escitalopram
09.40-09.55 Elisabet Størset: CYP2D6 GWAS
09.55-10.10 Birgit Wollmann: Analysing CYP2D6 metabolism using the potato derived compound solanidine
10.10-10.25 Espen Molden: Studies on clozapine metabolism using orbitrap-MS
10.25-10.40 Hasan Cagin Lenk: Clozapine PGx and treatment resistant schizophrenia
10.40-11.00 Discussion with coffee
11-12.30 Group Schwieler/Erhardt
11.00-11.40 Sophie Erhardt: The kynurenine pathway: Implications for psychosis, mood disorder and suicidality
11.40-12.20 Lilly Schwieler: Involvement of the kynurenine pathway in cognition
12.20-12.30 Discussion
12.30-13.30 Lunch
Chairman 13.30-17.00 Marin Jukic
13.30-14.30 Group Carl Sellgren, Modeling genetic and environmental risk factors for schizophrenia
13.30-13.35 Carl Sellgren – Intro and overview
13.35-13.50 Samudyata/Marja Koskuvi – Modeling environmental risk factors
13.50-14.05 Susmita Malwade – Modeling genetic risk factors (twin study)
14.05-14.20 Funda Orhan – Linking synapse activity and pruning in schizophrenia
14.20-14.35 Asimenia Gkogka – Studying oligodendrocyte lineage cells
14.35-15.00 Discussion
15.00-15.30 Coffee
15.30-17.00 Group Marin Jukic
15.30-15.45 Marin Jukic: Neurobiology of Emotions laboratory: Research aims and resources
15.45-16.10 Filip Milosavljevic: Does usage of current pharmacogenomic biomarkers improve antidepressant drug treatment?
16.10-16.35 Aleksandra Jeremic: Therapeutic drug monitoring, CYP2C19 genotyping, and biochemical analyses as tools in individualization of escitalopram dosing 
16.35-17.00 Petar Vuković: The effect of escitalopram dose individualization on escitalopram efficacy and tolerability
17-18 Discussion

Program Wednesday February 1 

Chairman 09.00-12.10 Carl Sellgren
09.00-09.45 Groups Cristiana Cruceanu and Juan Pablo Lopez
09.00-09.25 Cristiana Cruceanu: Effect of maternal stress, drugs and other external factors during pregnancy on fetal brain development
09.25-09.45 Juan Pablo Lopez: The neurobiology of stress and antidepressant treatment response.
09.45-10.30 Group Karima
Ning Yao and Olga Skiteva: Altered glutamatergic synapses in the mesolimbic system: a possible antidepressant mechanism of action of ketamine"
10.30-11.00 Discussion with coffee
11.00-12.10 Group Marin Jukic
11.00-11.25 Marina Manojlović: Emergence of anxiety- and psychosis-like rat behavior after the exposure to prenatal and postnatal stress paradigms. 1
11.25-11.50 Andrea Atanasov: Humanized CYP2C19 transgenic mouse exhibits cerebellar atrophy and movement impairment reminiscent of ataxia
12.00-13.00 Lunch
Chairman 13.00-14.30 Espen Molden
13.00-13.30 Group Hugo Zeberg, Evolutionary aspects of neuropsychopharmacology and brain morphology
13.00-13.15 Richard Ågren: Species difference of TAAR1 receptor agonism
13.15-13.30 Hugo Zeberg: Archaic gene variants shaping brain morphology and impacting brain function
13.30-13.40 Discussion
13.40-14.30 Group MIS
13.40-13.55 Magnus Ingelman-Sundberg: Missing heritability in psychopharmacogenomics
13.55-14.10 Inger Johansson: Haplotype based dentification of novel polymorphic loci
14.10-14.30 Sander v Riet: Liver spheroids for elucidating liver disease and functionality of genetic variants
14.30-16.00 Planning for future with coffee, Roundtable (Room B0313)