Molecular Regulation of Depressive Disorders; from Mouse to Human par Clémence Fouquet 26.05.2016 à 02h55
Molecular Regulation of Depressive Disorders; from Mouse to Human
You are cordially invited to attend the satellite event « Molecular Regulation of Depressive Disorders; from Mouse to Human ». July 1st, Bella Sky Hotel, Comwell Conference Center – Room 173, (next door to COPENHAGEN). Starts 14:00.
Anxiety and depression are complex disorders involving multiple brain regions. They account for the second largest number of years lost due to disability (YLD) worldwide. Yet, they are widely undiagnosed and untreated due to lack of effective therapies or resources. r’BIRTH is a Marie Curie ITN consortium that studies impaired adaptive responses that may contribute to depressive and anxiety-related behavior.
During this satellite event, work will be presented from consortium groups studying molecular mechanism in cell cultures and mice, and clinical biomarker imaging (MRI/MRS).
The program can be found here.
Please register soon as places are limited.
We would like to thank the European Commission (FP7), Lundbeck, ApDia and Immunovia for financial support.
Eleanor Coffey, r’BIRTH Coordinator
Research Director, Turku Centre for Biotechnology
University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University
Turku FIN-20520, Finland
As from 14:00.
Bella Sky Hotel, Comwell Conference Center - Room 173
Center Boulevard 5