Conferences and symposiums Developing Brains 2021
02-09-2021 Add to iCal
How can a single cell give rise to complex structures such as the central (brain/spinal cord) and enteric (brain in the gut) nervous systems? This is the overarching question in neural development; understanding how such intricate structures are assembled gives not only crucial knowledge about these nervous systems, but also important insight to the etiology of some of our most common diseases.
The 8th edition of the KI Conference “Developing Brains" gathers some of the leading scientists working on critical questions ranging from transcriptional heterogeneity of neural cell types, their specification and maturation, to migration, myelination and creation of mature neural circuits.
Given the current COVID-19 pandemic, the conference will take place on a hybrid format, both online and in person. Lectures are scheduled for 1-2 September between 14.00-18.30 CET (Stockholm).
- James Briscoe, Crick Institute, UK
- Tim Czopka, Edinburgh University, UK
- Daniel Geschwind, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
- Andrea Gomez, University of California, Berkeley, USA
- Guillermina López-Bendito, Instituto de Neurociencias, Alicante, Spain
- Jane Johnson, UT Southwestern, Dallas, USA
- Oscar Marin, Kings, College London, UK
- Anna Molofsky, University of California, San Francisco, USA
Registration is free of charge. Closer to the date, you will receive the final programme and a link for the lectures.