Plasticity in cortical networks & epilepsy

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Hippocampus: from cells and physiology to human pathology and behavior

The course, originally created by Richard Miles, a world-renowned expert in hippocampal circuitry, aims at providing a comprehensive overview of the biology of hippocampal cortex, ranging from anatomy, development and cellular organization, to the physiology of its neuronal networks and their involvement in behavior. 
The last day is devoted to the pathology of hippocampal cortex, focusing on Alzheimer's disease and epilepsy.
Speakers are among the best French experts in the field, with several invited speakers from research institutions outside the Paris area.
The course is open to all, students and faculty members. All lectures (except Prof. Hasboun's) and documents will be in English. The final exam can be taken in either French or English.


Planning of the course (2017-2018)
  (Online documents will be added from Dec. 18)

Day 1. (Monday Dec. 18, 1:30PM)

- Introduction. Jean Christophe Poncer, Institut du Fer à Moulin

- Anatomy: hippocampus in its context  Dominique Hasboun, CHU Pitié Salpétrière

  (supplementary information available here)

- Cellular and synaptic morphology  Eric Schwartz, Institut du Fer à Moulin


Day 2. (Tuesday Dec. 19, 10AM)

- Development  Fiona Francis, Institut du Fer a Moulin

- Physiology of cells and synapses  Rebecca Piskorowski, Unv. Paris Descartes

- Long term synaptic plasticity  Jean Christophe Poncer, Institut du Fer à Moulin

 

Day 3. (Wednesday Dec. 20, 10AM)

- Rhythmic activities and behavior  Michaël Zugaro, Collège de France

- Hippocampus and spatial navigation  Vincent Hok, Aix-Marseille Université

Day 4. (Thursday Dec. 21, 2PM)

- Hippocampal neurogenesis and cognition   Christelle Rochefort, Université Pierre et Marie Curie

- Functional imaging and episodic memory   Sophie Dupont, ICM/AP-HP


Day 5. (Friday Dec. 22, 10 AM)

- Hippocampus in Alzheimer's disease   Gaël Chetelat, Université de Caen Basse Normandie
- Temporal lobe epilepsies   Gilles Huberfeld, CRICM, CHU Pitié Salpétrière

Location : Institut du Fer à Moulin, salle de conférence (1st floor)

Written exam January 25, 2018, 8H30-10H30 (Jussieu Campus)

2 questions to choose among 4

Contact : Jean Christophe Poncer (01 45 87 61 18) or Eric Schwartz (01 45 87 61 24)