First SINC2 Symposium

This Symposium is a satellite event @ SENC 2017

It includes short contributed talks by 8 selected speakers and a keynote lecture by Miguel Valencia, Ph.D.

All members of the Spanish Neuroscience Society (SENC) are welcome to this event

Symposium timetable:

Time Description/Title Presenter name Institution
09:00 - 09:15 Welcome and presentation of the state of the network M. Victoria Puig IMIM
09:15 - 09:35 Altered prefronto-hippocampal neural network dynamics in a murine model of cognitive impairment Maria Alemany IMIM
09:35 - 09:55 Detection of recurrent activation patterns across focal seizures: Application to seizure onset zone identification Manel Vila-Vidal UPF
09:55 - 10:15 Development of new tools to measure social hierarchy in the home-cage Diana Costa IN(UMH-CSIC)
10:15 - 10:35 Computer simulation of deep-superficial CA1 hippocampal function during theta activity Andrea Navas IC
10:45 - 11:15 Coffee break, poster session
11:15 - 11:35 TBA (Short talk) Belén Sancristobal UPF
11:35 - 11:55 Searching for the hippocampal neural activity that underlie memory formation and recall Pablo Jercog IDIBAPS
11:55 - 12:15 Wealth modulates animal's performance in economic decision making and is reflected in anterior cingulate cortex activity Gabriela Mochol UPF
12:15 - 12:35 Rats decisions flexibly integrate sensory information and recent history of outcomes Jaime de la Rocha IDIBAPS
13:00 - 14:30 Lunch, SENC Opening & Welcome Cocktail
14:30 - 15:45 Plenary lecture Miguel Valencia Ustárroz ‎UNAV
15:45 - 16:45 Coffee break, poster session
16:45 - 17:00 Event Closing, Future of SINC2 Adrià Tauste IMIM
17:00 End of the event

Colloquium room

When: September 27th 9:00 - 16:00

Where: Room Coloquios
Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante. Paseo Campoamor, S/N, 03010 Alicante, Spain

Keynote Speaker

Miguel Valencia Ustárroz, Ph.D.

Universidad de Navarra, Spain.

Miguel Valencia

In 2001 I graduated in Telecommunication Engineering and completed an Expert in Biomedical Engineering from the Public University of Navarra. In 2003 I joined the Center for Applied Medical Research (CIMA) where I obtained a Ph.D. (2006) in Physics and Applied Mathematics in collaboration with the Department of Physics of the University of Navarra. From 2007 to 2009, I was a postdoctoral fellow in a CNRS lab in Paris. In May 2009 I returned to the CIMA as a junior researcher in the Clinical Neurophysiology Lab.

In my talk I’ll give you a glimpse of how we focus our work in a lab that has evolved from clinical to experimental neurophysiology. I’ll tell you about our investigations on PD patients implanted with DBS stimulators, our setups in animal models for PD, AD and schizophrenia together with the signal analysis procedures and technologies in use in our lab.