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2013 SERIES
MARCH
8.3.2013
Early alterations in dopamine neurotransmission in progressive models of Parkinsons disease

Martin Lundblad

Develop. Neurobiology, Faculty of Medicine
Lund University
Lund, Sweden
 
March 08th 2013, 14h30, CNC Auditorium (2nd floor, old FMUC building, Pólo I)

Hosts: João Laranjinha, Rui Barbosa

7.3.2013
Development of Intraoperative Chemical Diagnostics Using Microelectrode Arrays for the Treatment of Neurological Disorders

Greg Gerhardt

Parkinson´s Disease Translational Research Center of Excellence
Center for Microelectrode Technology
University of Kentucky Medical Center
Lexington, Kentucky, USA
 
March 07th 2013, 14h30, CNC Auditorium (2nd floor, old FMUC building, Pólo I)

Hosts: João Laranjinha, Rui Barbosa
 

FEBRUARY
28.2.2013
Notch signaling in the regulation of tumour angiogenesis

António Duarte
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Technical University of Lisbon
Lisbon, Portugal

February 28th 2013, 15h00, CNC Auditorium (2nd floor, old FMUC building, Pólo I)

Host: João Nuno Moreira
20.2.2013
Missorting of Lysosomal proteins in neurodegeneration

Thomas Braulke
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf

February 20th 2013, 16h00, CNC Auditorium (2nd floor, Pólo I)

14.2.2013
Stimulation of mitochondrial oxidative capacity in white fat independent of UCP1: A key to lean phenotype

Jan Kopeky
February 14th 2013, 15h00
CNC Auditorium (2nd floor, old FMUC building, Pólo I)

 

JANUARY
9.1.2013
Splice isoform-specific suppression of the Cav2.1 variant underlying Spinocerebellar ataxia type 6

Edgardo Rodriguez
Departments of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, Internal Medicine and Neurology
University of Iowa
Iowa City, USA

January 09th 2013, 11h00
CNC Auditorium (2nd floor, old FMUC building, Pólo I)

Neville Sanjana
Thursday, January 10th 2013
11:15-12:15 - Seminar: Using TALENs to model neurological disease in human pluripotent stem cells

 
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