2017 International Symposium on Neural Regeneration

Pacific Grove, California
Monday, November 27, 2017
2017 International Symposium on Neural Regeneration
Monday, November 27, 2017 - Friday, December 01, 2017

Asilomar Hotel and Conference Grounds
(888) 635-5310
800 Asilomar Avenue
Pacific Grove, California 93950
United States

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Poster Abstract Submissions and Student Travel Award Applications Deadline: SEPTEMBER 11, 2017

17th International Symposium – 2017

The Craig H. Neilsen Foundation will again be the primary sponsor and host of the meeting. Mission Connect – A project of TIRR Foundation, Wings for Life, Shriner’s Hospital for Children and Rick Hansen Institute also have made a generous donations to help support this year’s meeting. Education Grants from NIH-NINDS and Paralyzed Veterans of America provide additional support.

For this year’s symposium, we will have two Keynote lecturers. Frank Bradke (DZNE) will lead off the meeting and Kristian Franze(University of Cambridge) will anchor the meeting with a closing Keynote lecture.

Featured talks will be given by Michael McAlpine(Univ. of Minnesota), Yuh Nung Jan(Howard Hughes), Kelly Monk(Washington Univ) and Linda Hsieh-Wilson(Caltech).

Following the format of preceding ISNR symposia, the program is divided into six sessions, including: 1) Axon regeneration-dynamics of dendritic or axon mRNA Translocation and protein synthesis, chaired by Os Steward; 2) Genetic dissection of axonal regeneration and degeneration, chaired by Michael Granato; 3) Young investigators improving spinal cord repair, chaired by John Gensel; 4) Exercise as a therapy for SCI: How to successfully move physical training from animal models to clinical implementation, chaired by Karim Fouad; 5) White matter plasticity and motor learning, chaired by Michele Basso; and 6) Emerging Topics Lecturer.

Posters and Abstracts

Free communication will be presented in the form of posters. Two poster sessions have been scheduled, one on Wednesday, November 29th from 3-5pm and one on Friday, December 1 from 2-4pm.

Eight selected abstracts will be presented as oral presentations (10 min/each) as part of a “Data Blitz” session immediately preceding the poster sessions on Wednesday and Friday.

Wednesday, November 29, 2:00-3:00PM

To be announced

Friday, Dec 1, 1:00-2:00PM

To be announced

Travel award checks will be presented at the meeting:

To be announced

Program Planning Committee for 2017

Phillip Popovich – The Ohio State University (Director; current SAB member)
Gordon Mitchell – Univeristy of Florida (current SAB member)
Ona Bloom – Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine and The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research (current SAB member)
Elizabeth Bradbury – King’s College London (current SAB member)
Michael Bastiani – University of Utah (current SAB member)
Amy Moore– Washington University (current SAB member

Valeria Cavalli– Washington University (current SAB member)
Monica Perez– The Miami Project (current SAB member

David Magnuson-University of Louisville (current SAB member)

Jan Schwab-The Ohio State University (current SAB member)

Guest attendees representing co-sponsoring institutions at the planning committee meeting were:

Naomi Kleitman – Craig H. Neilsen Foundation
Lyn Jakeman – NIH/NINDS (via Conference)


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