Log Soc Neur
Workshop on translational research
in neuroscience



New insights on progression in multiple sclerosis

8:30 Welcome breakfast

8:50 Introduction

  • Clinical progression in multiple sclerosis
  • Chaired by Bruno Brochet, Bordeaux and Aurélie Ruet, Bordeaux
    • 9:00-9:35: Diagnosis and prognosis markers at the early stage of MS
      Georgina Arrambide, Barcelona
    • 9:35-10:10: Assessing progression in MS
      Aurélie Ruet, Bordeaux
  • Biological mechanisms of progression
    Neuroinflammation and remyelination mechanisms
  • Chaired by Nathalie Schmitt, Bordeaux and Brahim Nait Oumesmar, Paris
    • 10:15-10:40: The adaptive immune system in MS
      Laure Michel, Nantes
    • 10h:40-11:05: The meningeal inflammation in MS
      Roberta Magliozzi, Verona

11:05-11:30 Coffee break

  • Chaired by Stéphane Oliet, Bordeaux and Agnès Nadjar, Bordeaux
    • 11:30-11:55: Axon-glial interactions and demyelinating diseases
      Thomas Tourdias, Bordeaux
    • 11:55-12:20: Axonal microdomains on myelinated fibers and myelin plasticity
      Anne Desmazières, Paris
    • 12:20-12:45: Biology of remyelination
      Violetta Zujovic, Paris

12:45-14:00 Lunchtime

  • Bridging the gap between disease mechanisms and neuroimaging
  • Chaired by Thomas Tourdias, Bordeaux and Françoise Durand-Dubief, Bron
    • 14:00-14:25: MRI markers of progression in MS
      Declan T. Chard, London
    • 14:25-14:50: Brain plasticity and repair
      Bertrand Audoin, Marseille
    • 14:50-15:15: Insights from molecular imaging
      Benedetta Bodini, Paris

15:15-15:45 Coffee break

  • Therapeutic perspectives
  • Chaired by Declan T. Chard, London and Bruno Stankoff, Paris
    • 15:45-16:10: Role of disease modifiers treatment on the progression in MS
      Emmanuelle Le Page, Rennes
    • 16:10-16:35: Updates on neuroprotection
      Étienne Hirsch, Paris
    • 16:35-17:00: Succeeding the translation for remyelinating therapies in MS
      Bruno Stankoff, Paris

Conclusion by Étienne Hirsch, Director, ITMO NNP




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