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Molecular Neuroscience
 
November 15 - 19
Coordinator: Ana Luísa Carvalho

Lecturers
Jeremy Henley
Michael Ashby
Tristan Bouschet
MRC Centre for Synaptic Plasticity
Department of Anatomy
School of Medical Science
University of Bristol
Bristol UK
COURSE SCHEDULE
Monday - Introduction and background
9-10h
History of molecular neuroscience
 
Michael Ashby & Tristan Bouschet
10.30-11.30h
Synaptic plasticity and molecular mechanisms of memory
 
Jeremy Henley & Michael Ashby
14-15h
Structure and organisation of the synapse
 
Michael Ashby & Jeremy Henley
Tuesday - Neurotransmitter receptors
9-10h
Structure and function of neuronal GPCRs
 
Tristan Bouschet & Michael Ashby
10:30-11:30h
Structure and function of neuronal ligand gated ion channels
 
Jeremy Henley & Michael Ashby
14-16h
Analysis and discussions of papers
 
 
Ana Filipa Simões & Susana Antunes da Silva
 
 
Ana Isabel Oliveira, Luís Valente & Mário Laço
Wednesday - Techniques in molecular neuroscience
9-10h
Confocal microscopy of fixed and living neurones
 
Michael Ashby & Tristan Bouschet
12-13h
Measuring signal transduction
 
Tristan Bouschet & Michael Ashby
14:30-15:30h
Protein-protein interactions
 
Jeremy Henley & Tristan Bouschet
15:45-18h
Analysis and discussions of papers
 
 
Ana Margarida Sousa & João Peça Silvestre
 
 
Carla Bento & Rita Rocha
Thursday - Dynamic processes
9-10h
Trafficking and surface expression of glutamate receptors
 
Michael Ashby & Jeremy Henley
10:30-11:30h
Mechanisms of cytoskeletal and morphological changes
 
Tristan Bouschet & Jeremy Henley
14-16h
Analysis and discussions of recent papers
 
 
João Duarte, Sofia Fertuzinhos & Carlos Melo
 
 
Bruno Gago & Rosália Oliveira e Sá
Friday - Implications and overview
9-10h
Molecular mechanisms of apoptosis and disease
 
Tristan Bouschet & Michael Ashby
10:30-11:30h
Review and future directions
 
Jeremy Henley, Michael Ashby & Tristan Bouschet
16h
Seminar on recent research in Henley lab
 
"The ins and outs of glutamate receptor trafficking" - Jeremy Henley

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