ECRO XXXII Berlin, Germany - Program at a glance

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ECRO Annual Meeting - Keynote lectures

 

"FROM SCIENCE TO FUN - a scent tour of the past three years"

Christophe Laudamiel (Dreamair LLC, New York, USA)

 

"Smell, Love and Memory"

Gregory Jefferis (Cambridge Biomedical Campus, United Kingdom)

 

"Bitter and sweet molecules and receptors: insights from integrating modeling and experiment"

Masha Niv (The Hebrew University, Israel)

 

 “Olfactory receptors, circuits and behaviors in zebrafish”

Yoshihiro Yoshihara  (RIKEN Center for Brain Science, Japan)

 

 "Of mice and humans: understanding the olfactory peripheral system"

Anna Menini (Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA), Italy)

 

"Odor processing in the human olfactory bulb"

Johan Lundström (Karolinska Institutet, Sweden) 


ECRO Annual Meeting - Symposia

(Indicated are the titles of the symposia and the chairs)

 

Piriform cortex: From synapses to behaviour

Cindy Poo (Champalimaud Foundation, Portugal)

Friedrich Johenning (Charité University Medicine, Germany)

 

Chemosensory perception of social signals in the context of human interaction

Ilona Croy (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany)

 

The chemosensory roles of cilia: Integral roles beyond odor detection

Jeremy McIntyre (University of Florida, USA)

Nathalie Jurisch-Yaksi (Norwegian University of Schience and Technology, Norway)

 

Higher order processing of chemosensory cues in the fly brain

Marcus Stensmyr (Lund University, Sweden)

Sophie Caron (University of Utah, USA)

 

Waves and wafts: oscillations in central olfactory processing

Veronica Egger (Regensburg University, Germany)

Diego Restrepo (University of Colorado, USA)

 

Making (chemo)sense of evolution - taste across animal phyla

Thomas O. Auer (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)

 

Olfactory plasticity in clinical context

Thomas Hummel (TU Dresden, Gemany)

 

Young Investigator Symposium

(selected from abstracts)

 

Sex-steroid hormones in olfaction

Tatjana Abaffy (Duke University, USA) 

 

New developments in vomeronasal system research - from sensory organ to central processing

Marc Spehr (RWTH Aachen, Germany)

Yoram Ben-Shaul (The Hebrew Universtiy, Israel)

 

Computation approaches for advancing research in the chemical senses

Antonella Di Pizio (Technical University of Munich, Germany)

Sébastien Fiorucci (Université Cote d'Azur, France)

 

Perturbing Chemosensation

Cinzia Cecchetto (University of Padua, Italy)

 

Modulation and integration in chemosensory processing underlying behavior

Katrin Vogt (University of Konstanz, Germany)

Daniel Münch (Champalimaud Foundation, Portugal) 

 

Dynamic olfaction: linking the patterns of odour, neural activity, and behaviour across species

Tobias Ackels (The Francis Crick Institute, United Kingdom)

Katherine Nagel (NYU School of Medicine, USA)

Sebastian H. Bitzenhofer (University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany)