• 연수평점 - 8/30(목): 6평점
    - 8/31(금): 6평점

Symposia

  • Symposium1 Neural Circuits Underlying Emotion and the Related Disorders
    Date August 30 / Time 09:20-11:00 / Room Hall1
    Chairs Joung Hun Kim (Pohang University of Science & Technology), Ja Wook Koo (Korea Brain Research Institute)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    09:20-09:45 Jun-Hyeong Cho University of California, Riverside  Encoding of associative memory in engram cell pathways
    09:45-10:10 Yun Ha Jeong Korea Brain Research Institute Gadd45b mediates depressive-like role through DNA demethylation
    10:10-10:35 Han Kyoung Choe Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology Neural mechanisms underlying circadian social value competition behavior
    10:35-11:00 Hyo Jung Kang Chungang University Co-expression gene network analysis in the multiple brain regions of major depressive disorder
  • Symposium2 Synaptic Pathophysiology of Brain Disorder
    Date August 30 / Time 09:20-11:00 / Room Hall2
    Chairs Ji Won Um (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology),

    Jaewon Ko (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)


    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    09:20-09:45 Ji Won Um Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology Molecular organization of mammalian inhibitory synapses: relevance to epilepsy
    09:45-10:10 Tae Kim Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology Therapeutic effects of the gamma-frequency acoustic stimulation on a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease
    10:10-10:35 Jinsoo Seo Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology Modeling Alzheimer's disease using hiPSC-derived brain cell types and cerebral organoids
    10:35-11:00 Hayashi Yu University of Tsukuba Identification of brainstem REM/non-REM sleep regulating neurons and insights to the function of REM sleep
  • Symposium3 Sensory Processing Disorders and Mouse Model System
    Date August 30 / Time 09:20-11:00 / Room Hall3
    Chair Je Kyung Seong (Seoul National University)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    09:20-09:45 Angelika Doetzlhofer Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Molecular mechanism of auditory sensory cell differentiation
    09:45-10:10 Jinwoong Bok Yonsei University College of Medicine Establishing the tonotopic organization of the mammalian cochlea
    10:10-10:35 Kyoung Yul Seo Yonsei University College of Medicine Vision and morphological eye phenotyping in mouse and rat model
    10:35-11:00 Je Kyung Seong Seoul National University Functional annotation of human genome through mouse phenotyping
  • Symposium4 Visual Representations of Space in the Human Brain: Insights from Nonhuman Animals
    Date August 30 / Time 09:20-11:00 / Room Hall4
    Chair Sang Ah Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    09:20-09:45 Sang Ah Lee Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Hippocampal spatial representations in human navigation
    09:45-10:10 Soojin Park Yonsei University Neural representation of scene and space in human visual cortex
    10:10-10:35 Inah Lee Seoul National University Functional segregation of neural circuits in the medial temporal lobe for visual contextual behavior in rats
    10:35-11:00 Hiroshi Nishimaru University of Toyama The monkey hippocampus disambiguates three-way junctions and reward acquisitions during virtual navigation
  • Symposium5 Thalamocortical Circuit: From Sensory Relay to Higher Cognitive Function
    Date August 30 / Time 14:50-16:30 / Room Hall1
    Chairs Eunji Cheong (Yonsei University), Hee-Sup Shin (Institute for Basic Science)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    14:50-15:15 Hee-Sup Shin Institute of Basic Science The neural circuit underlying the alternating bilateral visual stimulation-based non-invasive treatment of fear disorders
    15:15-15:40 Eunji Cheong Yonsei University Tonic Inhibition in thalamus 
    15:40-16:05 Michael Halassa Massachusetts Institute of Technology Fronto-thalamic interactions in cognitive control and flexibility
    16:05-16:30 Jeanne T. Paz University of California, San Francisco Enhanced bursting in the reticular thalamic nucleus and seizures in the SCN1A-Dravet Syndrome
  • Symposium6 Korea-China Joint Colloquium: New Frontiers in Vision Research
    Date August 30 / Time 14:50-16:30 / Room Hall2
    Chairs Jiayi Zhang (Fudan University), Jaewon Ko (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    14:50-15:15 Tian Xue University of Science and Technology Non-image forming vision and its subcortical neural circuitry
    15:15-15:40 Jiayi Zhang Fudan University Restoration and augmentation of vision in a mouse model
    15:40-16:05 Jin Woo Kim Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Regulation of neural progenitor proliferation and retinal neurogenesis by the PI3K-Akt-mTOR pathway
    16:05-16:30 Jeong Hun Kim Seoul National University In vivo Genome Editing for Vision
  • Symposium7 Peripheral Glia and Neuropathy
    Date August 30 / Time 14:50-16:30 / Room Hall3
    Chair Byung-Ok Choi (Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    14:50-15:15 Haesun Kim Rutgers University CMT4B1 protein loss impairs lysosome-associated intracellular signaling in Schwann cells: the impact on the myelin homeostasis
    15:15-15:40 Patrice Maurel Rutgers University Cell adhesion and choline-dependent metabolism in PNS myelination
    15:40-16:05 Jong Hyun Kim Samsung Seoul Hospital Therapeutic effects of CKD504 in the Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease Type 2
    16:05-16:30 Yong Jun Kim Kyung Hee University Modeling of human peripheral nervous system to study peripheral neuropathies by using stem cell technologies
  • Symposium8 Bi-directional Brain Machine Interface toward Safer and More Efficient Neural Prosthetics
    Date August 30 / Time 14:50-16:30 / Room Hall4
    Chairs Chun Kee Chung (Seoul National University College of Medicine), Jeong-woo Sohn (Daegu-Gyeongbuk Medical Innovation Foundation)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    14:50-15:10 Andrew B. Schwartz University of Pittsburgh Progress toward a high-performance brain interface
    15:10-15:30 June Sic Kim Seoul National University College of Medicine Somatosensory function for bidirectional BMI based on human electrocorticography
    15:30-15:50 Yoon-Kyu Song Seoul National University Wireless power delivery and data transfer strategies for implantable cortical neural interfaces
    15:50-16:10 Jeong-woo Sohn Catholic Kwandong University International St. Mary's Hospital Three dimensional reaching to grasp task for brain machine interface in rhesus monkey
    16:10-16:30 Sung-Phil Kim Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Neural decoding of motor cortical activity for intracortical BMIs
  • Symposium9 Behavioral Connectome of Invertebrate Brains
    Date August 30 / Time 16:50-18:30 / Room Hall1
    Chair Young-Joon Kim (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    16:50-17:20 Motojiro Yoshihara Advanced ICT Research Institute Drosophila feeding circuit to connect synaptic plasticity to memory
    17:20-17:40 Jae-Young Kwon Sungkyunkwan University Molecular and behavioral analysis of gustatory receptor neurons in Drosophila larvae
    17:40-18:00 Yong-Hoon Jang Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology A brain neuropeptide pathway critical for the functional connectome of the female mating behavior
    18:00-18:30 Junho Lee Seoul National University Developmental plasticity of a hitchhiking behavior in C. elegans
  • Symposium10 KBRI 6th Anniversary Symposium: Neurobiology of Aging Brain
    Date August 30 / Time 16:50-18:30 / Room Hall2
    Chair Youngshik Choe (KBRI)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    16:50-17:15 Seung-Hye Lee Genentech Targeting tau in Alzheimer’s disease
    17:15-17:40 Taisuke Tomita The University of Tokyo Understanding the molecular / cellular pathology and emerging strategies for Alzheimer disease
    17:40-18:05 Won Jong Oh Korea Brain Research Institute Specific protein sequestration of alpha-synuclein leads to neurovascular impairment
    18:05-18:30 Hiroki R. Ueda The University of Tokyo Whole-body/organ imaging with single-cell resolution toward organism-level systems biology
  • Symposium11 New Insights and Biotechnologies in Parkinson’s Disease
    Date August 30 / Time 16:50-18:30 / Room Hall3
    Chair Jinhyun Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    16:50-17:10 Peter J. Magill MRC & Oxford Parkinson’s Disease Centre Defining changes to dopaminergic neuron function in early Parkinsonism
    17:10-17:30 Thomas McHugh RIKEN Brain Science Institute Near-infrared deep brain stimulation via upconversion nanoparticle-mediated optogenetics
    17:30-17:50 Yunjong Lee Sungkyunkwan University Role of parkin substrate AIMP2 in Parkinson’s disease
    17:50-18:10 Seung-Jae Lee Seoul National University College of Medicine LRRK2 kinase regulates propagation of α-synuclein via phosphorylation of Rab35
    18:10-18:30 Seok-Kyu Kwon Korea Institute of Science and Technology Exploring novel roles of mitochondria and ER in axonal boutons
  • Symposium12 Understanding Nociceptive Transmission and Pain Signaling
    Date August 30 / Time 16:50-18:30 / Room Hall4
    Chairs Sun Wook Hwang (Korea University College of Medicine), Seog Bae Oh (Seoul National University)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    16:50-17:15 Aziz Moqrich The Developmental Biology Institute of Marseille Mechanisms underlying the transition from acute to chronic pain: Insights from an atypical myosin protein
    17:15-17:40 Yong Ho Kim Gachon University SHANK3 deficiency impairs heat hyperalgesia and TRPV1 signaling in dorsal root ganglion neurons
    17:40-18:05 Yeowool Huh Catholic Gwandong University Pain modulation in the thalamocortical circuit by the interaction between thalamic bursts and the cortex
    18:05-18:30 Choong-Wan Woo Sungkyunkwan University An fMRI connectivity-based signature for tonic pain
  • Symposium13 Neuronal Circuits of Ingestive Behavior
    Date August 31 / Time 09:00-10:40 / Room Hall1
    Chair Jong-Woo Sohn (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    09:00-09:25 Greg Seong-Bae Suh Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Communicating the Nutritional Value of Sugar in Drosophila
    09:25-09:50 Sung-Yon Kim Seoul National University Neural Circuits Regulating Fluid Intake
    09:50-10:15 Zachary Knight University of California, San Francisco Neural mechanisms that regulate hunger
    10:15-10:40 Jong-Woo Sohn Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Identification of brainstem serotonin circuits that control sodium appetite
  • Symposium14 The Complexity of the Habenula Complex: Implications in Depression and Fear Memory
    Date August 31 / Time 09:00-10:40 / Room Hall2
    Chair ChiHye Chung (Konkuk University)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    09:00-09:40 Minmin Luo Tsinghua University Reward processing by the dorsal raphe
    09:40-10:10 ChiHye Chung Konkuk University Unexpected heterogeneity in the lateral habenula
    10:10-10:40 Jae-Yong Park Korea University Mice deficient for TMEM16A in cholinergic neurons of medial habenula display schizophrenic-like behaviors
  • Symposium15 Glial Function in Translational Neuroscience of Neurodegenerative Disorders
    Date August 31 / Time 09:00-10:40 / Room Hall3
    Chair Jong Eun Lee (Yonsei University College of Medicine)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    09:00-09:25 Lisa Saksida University of Cambridge, Western University The role of astrocytes in pattern separation
    09:25-09:50 Eosu Kim Yonsei University College of Medicine Translational assessment of frontal lobe function in oligodendrocyte-ablated mice using touchscreen operant chamber
    09:50-10:15 Sang Ryong Kim Kyungpook National University Beneficial effects of AAV1-Rheb(S16H) in the hippocampus in vivo S16-Jeong Ho Lee: Brain somatic mutations disrupting neuronal cilia and function
    10:15-10:40 Sung Hyun Kim Kyung Hee University School of Medicine DJ-1 deficiency impairs synaptic vesicle endocytosis and reavailability at nerve terminals
  • Symposium16 Cilia and Nervous System Development and Function
    Date August 31 / Time 09:00-10:40 / Room Hall4
    Chair Hyuk Wan Ko (Yonsei University)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    09:00-09:25 Young-Goo Han St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Primary cilia and hedgehog signaling in brain development and diseases
    09:25-09:50 Soochul Park Sookmyung Women's University Regulation of protein transport in the multi-cilia of ependymal cells lining the lateral ventricle
    09:50-10:15 Heon Yung Gee Yonsei University College of Medicine Mutations in a metalloproteinase, ADAMTS9, cause defects in primary cilia
    10:15-10:40 Jeong Ho Lee Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Brain somatic mutations disrupting neuronal cilia and function
  • Symposium17 Brain Circuits and Neuronal Basis of Addiction
    Date August 31 / Time 15:20-17:00 / Room Hall1
    Chair Ja-Hyun Baik (Korea University)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    15:20-15:45 Doo-Sup Choi Mayo Clinic Purinergic signaling in the indirect striatal pathway regulates impulsivity and reward-seeking behaviors
    15:45-16:10 Veronica Alvarez National Institutes of Health Circuit and synaptic mechanisms mediating the stimulant response to alcohol
    16:10-16:35 Daesoo Kim Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Neural circuit mechanism of object craving and hunting
    16:35-17:00 Ja-Hyun Baik Korea University Dopaminergic circuit in food addiction
  • Symposium18 Korea-Japan Joint Colloquium: Neural Stem Cells and Regenerative Neuroscience
    Date August 31 / Time 15:20-17:00 / Room Hall2
    Chairs Kinichi Nakashima (Kyushu University School of Medicine), Kihoon Han (Korea University College of Medicine)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    15:20-15:45 Masato Sawada Nagoya City University Mechanisms for the proper migration and positioning of newborn neurons in postnatal brain circuits
    15:45-16:10 Kinichi Nakashima Kyushu University School of Medicine Prior inhibition of HMGB1 boosts up human neural stem cell transplantation-mediated functional recovery after spinal cord injury
    16:10-16:35 Woong Sun Korea University College of Medicine Modeling of neural tube formation using organoid technology
    16:35-17:00 Sang-Hun Lee  Hanyang Univeristy College of Medicine Astrocyte co-transplantation improves cell therapeutic outcomes in a Parkinson’s disease animal model
  • Symposium19 Emerging Engineering Technologies for Brain and Neural Sciences
    Date August 31 / Time 15:20-17:00 / Room Hall3
    Chairs Nakwon Choi (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), Yong Jeong (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    15:25-15:55 Hiroaki Onoe Keio University Microfabricated hydrogel scaffolds for 3D neural tissue engineering
    15:55-16:15 Yoonkey Nam Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology A custom-designed multi-well type microelectrode array system for Brain-on-a-Chip technology
    16:15-16:35 Noo Li Jeon Seoul National University 96-well format microfluidic high-throughput platform for neuroscience research
    16:35-16:55 Il-Joo Cho Korea Institute of Science and Technology Wireless multifunctional MEMS neural probe system for recording neural signals with both optical stimulation and drug delivery
  • Symposium20 Functions of Brain Cells Regulated by Metabolic Enzymes
    Date August 31 / Time 15:20-17:00 / Room Hall4
    Chair Jae-Bong Park (Hallym University College of Medicine)

    Time Speaker Affiliation Title
    15:20-15:45 Jae-Bong Park Hallym University College of Medicine Regulation of neurite outgrowth by RhoA GTPase
    15:45-16:10 Won-Suk Chung Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Phagocytosis of synapse by astrocyte
    16:10-16:35 Sang Won Suh Hallym University College of Medicine Combined treatment with dichloroacetic acid and pyruvate reduces hippocampal neuronal death after transient cerebral ischemia
    16:35-17:00 Gerry Melino University of Cambridge Neuronal activity in the glioma microenvironment