INSTRUCTIONS FOR POSTER PRESENTATION

Dimensions: poster boards will be sized 2 m wide and 1 m high (landscape format).
Double-sided adhesive tape will be available near your poster board. During the mounting periods assistance will be available from the Poster Assistance desk, where extra adhesive tape will be available.

Poster sessions will be held in Hall 1 of the RAI Conference Center, the main hall also for the registration, exhibition, internet and catering areas. There will be 7 poster sessions, each scheduled for half a day.

Posters must be on display, from 8:00 to 13:15 in the morning and from 13:30 to 18:45 in the afternoon.
Poster sessions run from 09:30 to 13:15 in the morning and from 13:30 to 17:30 in the afternoon.
A one hour time block is dedicated to discussion with the authors (morning: 11:15-12:15 even-numbered posters & 12:15-13:15 odd-numbered posters; afternoon: 13:30-14:30 even-numbered posters & 14:30-15:30 odd-numbered posters).

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LIST OF THEMES

A: Development
B: Excitability, synaptic transmission, network functions
C: Disorders of the nervous system
D: Sensory and motor systems
E: Homeostatic and neuroendocrine systems
F: Cognition and behaviour
G: Techniques, history and teaching

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POSTER SESSIONS

There are seven, half-day poster sessions listed below.

Poster sessions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

 Poster session 1 - Sunday July 4, 09:30-13:15

P011 - A: Neurogenesis & gliogenesis 1
P012 - B: Neurotransmitters & signaling molecules 1
P013 - B: Ion channels 1
P014 - B: Synaptic plasticity 1
P015 - C: Epilepsy 1
P016 - C: Ischemia 1
P017 - C: Mental disorders 1
P018 - C: Parkinson's 1
P019 - D: Vision 1
P020 - D: Pain 1
P021 - E: Cardiovascular, respiratory & thermoregulation
P022 - E: Biological rhythms and sleep 1
P023 - F: Human cognition 1
P024 - F: Learning 1
P025 - F: Memory mechanisms 1
P026 - G: History and teaching of neuroscience
P027 - G: Neurotechniques 1

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 Poster session 2 - Sunday July 4, 13:30-17:30

P040 - A: Transplantation & regeneration
P041 - A: Stem cells 1
P042 - A: Epigenetic factors
P043 - B: Synaptic plasticity 2
P044 - B: Glia-neuron interactions 1
P045 - B: G protein-coupled receptors 1
P046 - C: Repeat expansion diseases
P047 - C: Ataxias
P048 - C: Neuromuscular diseases
P049 - C: Developmental disorders
P050 - C: Neurotoxicity & inflammation 1
P051 - D: Visuomotor processing
P052 - D: Cerebellum 1
P053 - D: Rhythm & pattern generation 1
P054 - E: Stress 1
P055 - E: Neuroendocrine 1
P056 - F: Human cognition 2
P057 - F: Memory mechanisms 2
P058 - F: Neuroethology
P059 - G: Neurotechniques 2

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 Poster session 3 - Monday July 5, 09:30-13:15

P073 - A: Neurogenesis & gliogenesis 2
P074 - A: Synaptogenesis 1
P075 - B: Ligand gated ion channels 1
P076 - B: Neurotransmitter release
P077 - B: G protein-coupled receptors 2
P078 - C: Alzheimer's 1
P079 - C: Mental disorders 2
P080 - C: Gene therapy
P081 - D: Vision 2
P082 - D: Chemical senses
P083 - D: Vestibular
P084 - D: Multisensory
P085 - E: Neuroendocrine 2
P086 - E: Brain blood flow 1
P087 - F: Memory mechanisms 3
P088 - F: Motivation and emotion 1

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 Poster session 4 - Monday July 5, 13:30-17:30

P100 - A: Neurogenesis & gliogenesis 3
P101 - A: Systems development 1
P102 - A: Developmental cell death
P103 - B: Synaptic plasticity 3
P104 - B: Neurotransmitters & signaling molecules 2
P105 - B: Synapses 1
P106 - C: Epilepsy 2
P107 - C: Parkinson's 2
P108 - C: Mental disorders 3
P109 - C: Demyelinating disorders 1
P110 - D: Tactile/somatosensory
P111 - D: Pain 2
P112 - D: Auditory 1
P113 - E: Stress 2
P114 - F: Human cognition 3
P115 - F: Learning 2

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 Poster session 5 - Tuesday July 6, 09:30-13:15

P127 - A: CNS patterning
P128 - A: Stem cells 2
P129 - A: Systems development 2
P130 - B: Network interactions 1
P131 - B: Ligand gated ion channels 2
P132 - C: Ischemia 2
P133 - C: Neuro-oncology
P134 - C: Alzheimer's 2
P135 - C: Mental disorders 4
P136 - C: Motor neuron diseases
P137 - C: Sensory disorders
P138 - C: Trauma 1
P139 - D: Vision 3
P140 - D: Pain 3
P141 - D: Cerebellum 2
P142 - D: Basal ganglia 1
P143 - E: Biological rhythms and sleep 2
P144 - E: Food intake regulation 1
P145 - F: Human cognition 4
P146 - F: Learning 3

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 Poster session 6 - Tuesday July 6, 13:30-17:30

P159 - A: Axon growth and guidance
P160 - A: Synaptogenesis 2
P161 - B: Synapses 2
P162 - B: Glia-neuron interactions 2
P163 - B: Neurotransmitters & signaling molecules 3
P164 - C: Neurotoxicity & inflammation 2
P165 - C: Demyelinating disorders 2
P166 - C: Mental disorders 5
P167 - C: Alzheimer's 3
P168 - C: Trauma 2
P169 - D: Auditory 2
P170 - D: Motor neurons and muscle
P171 - D: Posture and voluntary movements
P172 - D: Rhythm & pattern generation 2
P173 - D: Pain 4
P174 - E: Stress 3
P175 - E: Food intake regulation 2
P176 - F: Learning 4
P177 - F: Motivation and emotion 2

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 Poster session 7 - Wednesday July 7, 09:30-13:15

P189 - A: Synaptogenesis 3
P190 - A: Dendrite growth
P191 - A: Systems development 3
P192 - B: Network interactions 2
P193 - B: Synapses 3
P194 - B: Ion channels 2
P195 - B: Transporters
P196 - B: Intrinsic membrane properties
P197 - C: Parkinson's 3
P198 - C: Trauma 3
P199 - C: Alzheimer's 4
P200 - D: Basal ganglia 2
P201 - D: Brain-machine interface
P202 - E: Brain blood flow 2
P203 - E: Food intake regulation 3
P204 - F: Learning 5
P205 - F: Human cognition 5
P206 - F: Attention
P207 - G: Neurotechniques 3

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Last update: May 17, 2010