MCCS 2020: Session 1


October 21

Hosted by MCCS-Asia

Satoshi Kida, Chair, President of MCCS-Asia; University of Tokyo

All times are in Eastern USA Daylight Time (UTC-4).  

8:00 pm            Welcome
                          Jennifer Raymond, President of MCCS; Stanford University

8:05 pm            Regulation of sleep and memory by the hypothalamic neurons
                          Akihiro Yamanaka, Nagoya University

8:25 pm            Cholinergic and Glutamatergic Inputs to Dorsal Hippocampus Mediate Stress-Induced Generalization of Negative Memories
                          Lynn Ren, Northwestern University

8:45 pm            Synaptic epitranscriptomics in neurodevelopment and neurodevelopmental disorders
                          Dan Ohtan Wang, Kyoto University

9:05 pm            Comparing Theories for the Maintenance of Late LTP and Long-Term Memory: Computational Analysis of the Roles of Kinase Feedback Pathways and Synaptic Reactivation
                          Paul Smolen, McGovern Medical School, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

9:25 pm            Protein chaperones are critical for long-term memory
                          Snehajyoti Chatterjee, Iowa Neuroscience Institute

9:30 pm            Cytosolic and membrane-associated ribosomes’ mRNA profiles are differentially regulated by learning and sleep in hippocampal neurons
                          Sara J Aton, University of Michigan

9:35 pm            BREAK

9:45 pm            TBA
                          Tian Xue, Chinese Science & Tech University

10:05 pm          Astrocytes control sensory acuity via tonic inhibition in the thalamus
                          Eunji Cheong, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

10:25 pm          Astrocyte-mediated constant synapse reorganization is required for normal synaptic functions and memory formation
                          Hyungju Park, Korea Brain Research Institute, KBRI

10:45 pm          Memory differentiation across the spatial and the object domain require Arc expression in the dentate gyrus and perirhinal cortex.
                          Magdalena Miranda, Universidad Favaloro

10:50 pm          Organization of memory ensembles across brain regions
                          Ayal Lavi, University of California, Los Angeles