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Past Science Seminars 2009

Past Seminars

THE PARKINSONíS INSTITUTE Winter/Spring SEMINARS 2009

January 
 
Tuesday 27th Marius Wernig MD, Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine, Stanford University - Stem cell transplants in parkinsonian animal models
Thursday 29th Amy Manning-Bog PhD, The Parkinsonís Institute - Novel mechanisms of vulnerability in animal models of Parkinson's disease
 
February
Tuesday 3rd Dino Di Monte MD, The Parkinsonís Institute - α-Synuclein pathology in animal models of Parkinson's disease
Wednesday 18th
Neng Huang MD, The Parkinsonís Institute - Deep brain stimulation and Parkinson's disease
Tuesday 24th Angela Anagnos MD and Joel Younger MD, The Sleep Medicine and Neurology Clnic, San Jose - Common Sleep Disorders in Parkinson's disease
 
March 
Wednesday 4th Dee E. Silver MD, Coastal Neurological Medical Group, La Jolla Ė Management of Parkinson's disease
Tuesday 10th Birgitt Schuele PhD, The Parkinsonís Institute - Genetics of Parkinson's disease
Tuesday 17th
James Tetrud MD, The Parkinsonís Institute - Clinical aspects of Parkinson's disease
Monday 23rd Nancy Byl PhD, UC San Francisco, Dept Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science - Focal Dystonia
Wednesday 25th Sharon Grady PhD, University of Colorado Boulder - Is the α6β2* nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subtype a good therapeutic target?
 
April
Tuesday 7th
Grace Liang MD, The Parkinsonís Institute - Update on clinical trials at the Parkinson's Institute
Tuesday 14th Sam Goldman MD, The Parkinsonís Institute - Head injury and α-synuclein: link to Parkinson's disease
Tuesday 21st Melanie Brandabur MD, The Parkinson's Institute - Placebo effects in Parkinson's disease
Thursday 23rd Caroline Tanner MD PhD, The Parkinsonís Institute - The Etiology of Parkinson's disease
May
Tuesday 5th Dr. James Tetrud MD, The Parkinsonís Institute - The Clinical Aspects of Parkinson's disease
Tuesday 26th Glenn L. Millhauser, PhD, Dept of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of California Santa Cruz - Figuring Out the Function of a Deadly Protein: How the Prion Protein Interacts with Copper
September  
Tuesday 15th Xianmin Zeng, PhD, The Buck Institute - Human Pluripotent Stem Cells: Developing cell replacement therapy for Parkinson's Disease and in vitro screens
October  

Tuesday 27th
     12:30pm

Rima Ash, MD, Movement Disorder Specialist at the University of California San Francisco - Movement Disorders in Musicians
Thursday 29th Clement Gautier, PhD., Center for Neurologic Diseases, Harvard Medical School - Mitochondrial dysfunctions in PINK1 deficient models 
November  
Tuesday 10th Guillermo A Yudowski, PhD. Department of psychiatry and cellular & molecular pharmacology, UC San Francisco  -  Real Time Imaging of Receptor Trafficking and Signaling in Neurons
Thursday 12th Pamela J McLean, Phd., MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital
Tuesday 17th Mahmoud Iravani, Phd., Neurodegenerative Disease Research Centre, King's College, University of London
Friday 20th
      12:30pm
Matthew Brodsky, M.D., Movement Disorders Program and Parkinson Center of Oregon - Is premotor detection fo Parkinson's disease within reach"

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