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Translational medicine - MS

Graduate programme in Neuroscience

Goal:
This course will bring together clinical and basic aspects of neuroinflammation. The course is designed to give an introduction to both immunology and neurobiology sufficient that the interaction between them can be understood in a clinical and basic context There will be a mixture of lectures and group discussions. Students will be encouraged to recognize the translational potential for their projects. To this end, students will be asked to prepare a max 5 minute outline of their project and its perceived translational relevance for the discussion sessions, and will take away from these discussions a better understanding of this.

Participants : PhD students ie. doctors, psychologist, cand scient and other with interest for neuroscience.

Time period: 22-23 January 2013

Venue: The Auditorium, Psychiatric Ward, J. B. Winsløws Vej

Form: Lectures, exercises with own projects

ECTS-points: 1,5

Max number of participants: 16

Course language: English

Course director: Professor Trevor Owens & Professor Egon Stenager

Course fee:
The course is free of charge for PhD students.
For participants from the industry, the course fee is: DKK 3013,-


Programme

Tuesday 22 January
08:45 Welcome - Practical information
09:00 Translational medicine – Dekan Professor Ole Skøtt
10:00 Neuroimmune interactions – Professor Trevor Owens
10:45 Coffee/Tea/Juice
11:15 Group discussions

12:00 Lunch

13:00 Biomarkers and clinical correlates– Professor Zsolt Illes
13:45 Neuroinflammation in stroke – Associate professor Kate Lambertsen
14:30 Group discussions

15:30 End of day

Wednesday 23 January
09:00 Neuroinflammation in Alzheimers Disease – Professor Bente Finsen
09:45 Immune Brain Behavior aspects – University Lecturer Daniel Anthony, Oxford

10:30 Coffee/Tea/Juice

11.00 Group discussions

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Presentation of Projects and discussion.
        Moderators. Trevor Owens and Egon Stenager

15:00 End of Course

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