PANS2019 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

(for Speakers Biographies, go to https://paneuroendo.org/pans2019/speakers-biographies/)

 

PLENARY SPEAKER

Margaret M. McCarthy
University of Maryland
USA

Surprising origins of sex differences in the brain

SYMPOSIUM #1: EPIGENETIC REGULATION OF ENDOCRINE SIGNALING

(1) Bredford Kerr                       Chile                Epigenetics/neuroendocrine developmental disorders
(2) Frances Champagne            USA                 Epigenetic effects on maternal/paternal behavior
(3) Mohamed Kabbaj                 USA                 Epigenetics of oxytocin receptor and sexual behavior
(4) Holly Ingraham                     USA                 Epigenetics of estrogen-responsive circuits

SYMPOSIUM #2: FUNCTIONAL INVESTIGATION OF NEUROENDOCRINE CIRCUITS

(1) Jose Donato                          Brazil               Central regulation of energy and glucose metabolism by growth hormone
(2) Charles Bourque                  Canada           Neural basis of thirst and water intake
(3) Stephanie Padilla                 USA                 Kisspeptin and hot flashes
(4) Aleisha Moore                      USA                 Kisspeptin circuitry

SYMPOSIUM #3: CIRCADIAN and METABOLIC CONTROL OF NEUROENDOCRINE FUNCTIONS

(1) Diego Golombek                  Argentina       Circadian dysregulation in disease
(2) Carolina Escobar                  Mexico            Circadian and metabolism, shift work
(3) Claudia Torres-Farfan          Chile               Fetal circadian disruption and melatonin
(4) Victor Navarro                      USA                  Kisspeptin circuitry controlling reproduction

SYMPOSIUM #4: NEUROINFLAMMATION AND NEURAL INJURY IN NEUROENDOCRINE STATES

(1) Mauricio Dorfman                USA                  Microglia and hypothalamic neuroinflammation
(2) Quentin Pittman                   Canada            Postnatal neuroinflammation and hyperexcitability
(3) Carolina Munhoz                  Brazil                Glucocorticoid signaling and neuroinflammation
(4) Flavia Saravia                        Argentina         Neuroinflammation and aging