The fourth Dutch neurodevelopmental disorders meeting will be held March 14th 2019 with the aim of bringing together fundamental and clinical researchers working in the Netherlands in the field of neurodevelopmental brain disorders. This year the meeting will be focussed on Neurodevelopmental disorders: Causes, Consequences and Cures
This one-day meeting aims to present recent results from across the many Institutes and clinics across the country and to stimulate discussion, networking opportunities and potential future collaborations. The meeting will kick-off with a talk from Professor Prof. Vittorio Gallo, from Children's National Medical Center and George Washington University, US. The programme will be featuring junior and senior researchers from across a variety of institutes and clinics across the Netherlands.
Attendance of the meeting is free and open to all but prior registration is required due to limited places. Lunch and refreshments are provided. All talks will be given in English.
09:00-09.45 dr. Joris de Wit (VIB, KULeuven): Origins of synapse malformations 09:45-10.10 dr. Geeske van Woerden (Erasmus): The role of CamKII in mental disability 10.10-10.35 Annemiek van Berkel, Hanna Lammertse (VUMC): STXBP1: a multilevel cohort study
11.00-11.25 Renate Vieira de Sa (UMCU): Organoid-grown microglia: a new human microglia/neuron interaction mode 11.25-11.50 dr. Caroline de Theije (UMCU): Intranasal mesenchymal stem cell therapy for neonatal brain injury - Towards clinical application 11.50-12.15 Teun Klein Gunnewiek (Radboudumc): Modelling MELAS in human derived neuronal cells
13.15-13.40 dr.Reint Jellema (MUMC+): Stem cells for neonatal brain injury - evidence from a preclinical large animal model 13.40-14.05 Lidiane Pereira Garcia (RUN): Molecular dissection of prefrontal cortex development in health and disease: How serotonin makes up our mind 14.05-14.30 dr.Remco Molenhuis (RUG): Modeling the quantitative nature of autism spectrum disorders in mice
15.00-15.25 dr. Aleksandra Badura (Erasmus): Cerebellar role in executive functioning 15.25-16-10 Prof. dr. Christian Lohman (NIN): Healthy and disordered activity patterns in the developing brain
16.30-17.15 ISDN-sponsoredKeynote Prof. dr. Vittorio Gallo (Children's National Medical Centerand George Washington University) White matter injury and repair in the neonatal brain
Local organising committee: prof. F.E. Hoebeek C. Wieringa prof. J. Pasterkamp
DNDD organising committee: N. Nadif Kasri R. Meredith