iCSD 2021

From 01/08/2021 to 01/10/2021

Lyon - France


Keynote speakers

Oscar Herreras
Head of the department of experimental and computational electrophysiology at the Cajal institute of Madrid. His work focuses on normal and abnormal neuronal transmission from the subcellular to network level and encompasses fundamental aspects of aberrant spread of activity during spreading depolarizations.


Nanna MacAulay
Professor at the department of neuroscience of the university of Copenhagen. Her work focuses on the molecular mechanisms underlying water and ion homeostasis in the mammalian brain under both physiological and pathophysiological conditions.


Mickael Tanter
Director of the “Physics for Medicine” laboratory in Paris, devoted to the development of innovative technologies for medical imaging and therapy. His research expanded ultrasound imaging capacities to a wide range of medical application, in particular Functional Ultrasound Imaging (fUSI) in humans and animals.


Christine R. Rose
Professor at the Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf. Her work focuses on intracellular ion signaling in the vertebrate brain, second messenger pathways and their functional consequences under physiological/pathophysiological conditions, with a major interest on intracellular sodium signaling providing a new form of ionic excitability of neurons and astrocytes.


Serge Charpak
Research director at Ecole des Neurosciences Paris. His team studies the interactions between neurons, glial cells and blood vessels through innovative microscopic techniques, including in vivo two-photon microscopy.