Non-coding RNAs in Nervous System Development, Plasticity and Disease

June 21-24, 2017, Marburg, Germany

Abstract deadline extended : 30th April

Important
Only Abstracts submitted until April 17th will be considered for the short talk selection

The availability of hotel rooms is only guaranteed until May 10, 2017. Please make your reservations prior to this date in order to secure a room and benefit from our special rates!

Speakers

Gary Bassell

Atlanta

Edouard Bertrand

Montpellier

Alon Chen

München

Kenneth S. Kosik

Santa Barbara

Eric Lai

New York

Daniel Lim

San Francisco

Tariq Rana

San Diego

Anne Schaefer

New York

Hermona Soreq

Jerusalem

Jernej Ule

London

Program

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21
19:00
Welcome Mixer

THURSDAY, JUNE 22
8:30 – 12:00
Morning Session
N. Rajewsky (Berlin) : Knocking out circular RNAs and single cell seqeuncing of neural tissues
J. Kjems (Odense) : Biogenesis and function of circular RNA in mammalian brain development
E. Lai (New York) : TBA
J. Ule (London) : Exon Junction Complex inhibits recursive splicing of canonical exons
SPP1738 Talk + 2 short talks from abstracts

12:00 – 13:30 : lunch break

3:30 – 17:00 Afternoon Session
V. Taylor (Basel) : Drosha: A master regulator of neural stem cell fate
D. Lim (San Franscisco) : Long noncoding RNA regulation of neural development and brain tumors
T. Rana (San Diego) : TBA
D. de Pietri Tonelli (Genova) : Dissecting alternative pathways and functions of the microRNA biogenesis machinery in mammalian neurogenesis
SPP1738 Talk + 2 short talks from abstracts

17:00 Evening poster session and buffet dinner

FRIDAY, JUNE 23
8:30 – 12:00
Morning Session
P. Scheiffele (Basel) : Alternative splicing mechanisms for neuronal recognition and plasticity
G. Bassell (Altanta) : Role of the schizophrenia-associated microRNA miR-137 in neurodevelopmental signal transduction
K. Kosik (Santa Barbara) : High Throughput Profiling of the microRNA - mRNA Interactome in the Developing Human Brain
E. Bertrand (Montpellier) : mRNA localization and translation: what can we learn from non-neuronal cells
SPP1738 talk + 2 Short talks from abstracts

12:00 – 13:30 lunch break

13:30 – 17:00 Afternoon Session
A. Chen (Munich) : TBA
I. Mansuy (Zurich) : Transgenerational effects of early life trauma: Epigenetic mechanisms involving the germline
A. Schaefer (New York) : MicroRNA miR-128, a novel regulator of motor behavior and seizures in mice
E. Hornstein (Tel Aviv) : microRNA failure in ALS
H. Soreq (Jerusalem) : Short and Long Non-coding RNA Controllers of Cholinergic Signaling Contribute to Anxiety-related and Metabolic Disorders
SPP1738 talk

19:00 Speakers dinner (Bückingsgarten)

SATURDAY, JUNE 24
9:30 – 11:30
Visit of Marburg Old Town
Departure

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Venue : Vila Vita Rosenpark

Conference Room "Vivaldi!"

Anneliese Pohl Allee 7-17, 35037 Marburg, Hesse, Alemania

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Partner Hotels

INFORMATION

Users will receive a discount code for the partner hotels upon registration. Please check your email for further details.

IMPORTANT : The availability of hotel rooms is only guaranteed until May 10, 2017. Please make your reservations prior to this date in order to secure a room and benefit from our special rates!

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Vila Vita Rosenpark (5*)
85 Rooms (122-132 €)
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Welcome Hotel Marburg (4*)
35 Rooms (98 €)
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Hotel Marburger Hof (3*)
20 Rooms (53-83 €)
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Abstract Submission

Abstract Deadline : extended till 30th April.

Important : Only Abstracts submitted until April 17th will be considered for the short talk selection.

To submit the abstract you have to register for the meeting.

Up to 6 abstracts will be selected for oral presentation. For selected presenters, the registration fee will be waived and a travel allowance (Europe: 150 Euro, Overseas: 350 Euro) will be awarded.

Registration and Payment

REGISTRATION DEADLINE : April 30, 2017.

INTERNAL USERS
The registration for SPP1738 Users is free.

To register you have to login with your email and password from the SPP1738 Website. Once you login, you can add your abstract (optional), affiliation, authors and text (no more of 250 words).

You will receive a confirmation email upon registration.

EXTERNAL USERS
The price of the registration is 250€.

To register, please, click on "external users" option. Once inside, you will add your personal information, position, affiliation, city, as well as your abstract (optional), authors and text (no more of 250 words).

Once you have registered for the event, you will receive information for account activation and payment. Please follow the instructions therein.

EXTERNAL USERS - STUDENTS
Students get a discount price of 175€.

To register, please, click on "external users" and check the "student" checkbox. You will add your personal information, position, affiliation, city, as well as your abstract (optional), authors and text (no more of 250 words).
IMPORTANT : To qualify for the student discount, you will need to upload a pdf proof of your student status.

Once you have registered for the event, you will receive information for account activation and payment. Please follow the instructions therein.

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Organizers

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schratt

Institut für Physiologische Chemie Philipps-Universität - Marburg
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Prof. Dr. Michael A. Kiebler

Ludwig-Maximilians-University - München
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Prof. Dr. Magdalena Götz

Ludwig-Maximilians-University - München
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Prof. Dr. André Fischer

DZNE: Forschungszentrum für neurodegenerative Erkrankungen - Göttingen.
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