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The Psychoanalysis of Love and Hate vs the Neurobiology of Attraction -
In Honour of the 150th birthday of Sigmund Freud

(Organized by the Medical University of Vienna)

>>Symposium Web-site: http://www.sambax.com/freud

LOCATION
Hörsaalzentrum, Uni Campus, the Old General Hospital (AAKH), Spitalgasse 2, Vienna

REGISTRATION AND ADMISSION

The symposium is open to the public.
No registration is required.
The admission is free of charge.

PROGRAMME

Friday, July 7th 2006


10:00
Opening Address: Wolfgang Schütz, Rector of the Medical University of Vienna

10:05
Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber (Frankfurt, Germany):
Psychoanalysis of love and hate.

11:00
Jaak Panksepp (Toledo, Ohio, USA):
The affective neuroscience of joy and sadness: implications for psychiatry.

12:00
Georg Northoff (Magdeburg, Germany)
Our self and its emotions in depression - neuroscience and its implications for psychoanalysis.

15:00
Juliet Mitchell (Cambridge, UK):
Thinking again about why hate may be older than love.

16:00
Peter Fonagy (London, UK):
Violent attachments.

17:00
Keith Kendrick (Cambridge, UK):
Mothers and sons, fathers and daughters: evidence for sexual imprinting.

18:00
Kerstin Uvnäs-Moberg (Stockholm, Sweden):
Sensory interplay between mother and infant at birth – possible long term physiological and behavioural consequences.

20:00
Movie theatre at the “Österreichische Filmmuseum” (located in the “Albertina”, Augustinerstrasse 1, 1010 Vienna, Austria). Details, including film titles related to Sigmund Freud, will be announced.

Saturday, July 8th 2006

10:00
August Ruhs (Vienna, Austria):
The pursuit of pleasure, the fascination with sameness, the desire of the other.

11:00
Paul Verhaeghe (Gent, Belgium):
Looking for lost love: alexithymia versus romanticism.

12:00
Barry Dickson (Vienna, Austria):
The genetics and neurobiology of love and hate: lessons from fruit flies?


CONCERT & VERNISSAGE
Saturday, July 8 th 2006 from 19:30 to 22:30
Sound/light Installation

free entrance, no registration required

The “NARRENTURM” was built in 1784 by Isidore Canevale under the emperor Josef II, son of Maria-Theresia. The building, called “GUGELHUPF” by the Viennese people after a popular cake, served as a place for the mentally diseased until 1866. It now houses the largest collection worldwide of pathological-anatomical preparations. The Vernissage will provide the opportunity to visit this remarkable architectural landmark and to enjoy a light and sound installation especially set up for FENS.
See more details at >>Social Programme or at the >>Symposium Web-Site
Location Website: http://www.narrenturm.info/

CHAIRPERSONS
Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber (Frankfurt, Germany)
Jaak Panksepp (Toledo, Ohio, USA)

ORGANISERS
August Ruhs (Vienna, Austria)
Marianne Springer-Kremser (Vienna, Austria)
Sigismund Huck (Vienna, Austria)

CONTACT
Sigismund Huck
Center for Brain Research Medical University Vienna
Spitalgasse 4
1090 Vienna, Austria
Tel: +43-1-4277 62872
E-mail: sigismund.huck@meduniwien.ac.at

>>Symposium Web-site: http://www.sambax.com/freud

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Molecular and Cellular Cognitions Society Satellite Symposium
July 6-7 2006

LOCATION
Hotel de France, 1010 Vienna, Schottenring 3 >>Hotel de France Web-Site
 

REGISTRATION/CONTACT
www.molcellcog.org

Thursday, July 6, 2006
18:30 - 21:30 Wine and Cheese Poster Session

Friday, July 7, 2006

09:00 Opening Remarks: Riccardo Brambilla

Chair: Isabelle Mansuy, University Zürich/ETHZ
09:05 - 09:25 Eric Kandel, Columbia University, New York
09:25 - 09:45 David Sweatt, University Alabama, Birmingham
09:45 - 10:05 Alcino Silva, UCLA, Los Angeles
10:05 - 10:25 Selected from abstract
10:25 - 11:00 Break

Chair: Kobi Rosenblum, Haifa University
11:00 - 11:20 Dan Storm, University Washington, Seattle
11:20 - 11:40 Cristina Alberini, Mount Sinai, New York
11:40 - 12:00 René Garcia, University Nice
12:00 - 12:20 Selected from abstract
12:20- 14:00 Lunch

Chair: Peter Seeburg, Max Planck Institute, Heidelberg
14:00 - 14:20 Kevin Fox, Cardiff University
14:20 - 14:40 Tommaso Pizzorusso, CNR, Pisa
14:40 - 15:00 Leszek Kaczmarek, Nencki Institute, Varsaw
15:00 - 14:20 Selected from abstract
15:20 - 15:40 Break

Chair: Floh Thiels, Pittsburgh University
15:40 - 16:00 Susumu Tonegawa, MIT
16:00 - 16:20 Seth Grant, Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK
16:20 - 16:40 Chris de Zeeuw, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam
16:40 - 17:00 Selected from abstract

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How to Tackle Central Nervous System Regeneration

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A ONE DAY “SATELLITE WORKSHOP” on July 7-8, 2006
Preceeding the FENS meeting in Vienna (8-12 July 2006)
Organized by Boris Zalc, INSERM, Paris, Monique Dubois-Dalcq, NIH, USA and Salvador Martinez, Alicante

Information and registration: http://www.arsep.org/php/workshop/

LOCATION
Austria Center, Vienna, Austria

Session I : July 7, 2006
Bernard Zalc, Chairperson


14 to 14.05: Welcome

14.05 to 14.30: Alzheimer Disease: Why Immunotherapy may work. RM Nitsch, University of Zurich, Switzerland

14.30 to 14.45: Discussion

14.45 to 15.15: Magnetic Resonance and PET imaging of Amyloid plaques in vivo.M. Higuchi, National Institute of Radiological Sciences , Chiba , Japan

15.15 to 15.30: Discussion

15.30 to 16.30 Coffee break andPoster session on “Stem cells and Gene therapy” Salvador Martinez, Organizer

16.30 to 17.00 Axonal Damage and Regeneration.M Kerschensteiner, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany

17.00 to 17.15: Discussion

17.15 to 17.45: Drug design for Neuron survival and Generation.Peter Reinhart , Wyeth Research, Princeton, USA.

17.45 to 18.00: Discussion
6 PM Keynote Lecture: VEGF: a prototypic angiogenic factor, relevant for neural repair Peter Carmeliet, University of Leuven, Belgium

19.00 to 21.00 Reception

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Session II :July 8 2006
Monique Dubois-Dalcq, Chairperson


9.00 to 9.30 Oligodendrocyte Generation in development. Nicoletta Kessaris, University College, London, UK

9.30 to 9.40: Discussion

9.40 to 10.10: Are cortical neurons generated in adult humans?Ratan Bhardwaj , Karolinska Institute, Sweden

10.10 to10.20: Discussion

10.20 to 11. Coffee break andPoster session on “stem cells and gene therapy” Salvador Martinez, Organizer

11 to 11.30: Mechanisms of axon degeneration and its delay in Slow Wallerian degeneration (WldS) mice. Michael Coleman, Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK

11.30 to 11.40: Discussion

11.40 to 12.10: Multiple Sclerosis: Axons are the new target. Catherine Lubetzki, INSERM, Hopital La Salpetriere, Paris, France

12.10 to 12.20: Discussion

12.20 to 12.50: Cerebral Ischemia remodeling: Ulrich Dirnagl, Charite, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

12.50 to 13.00: Discussion

END OF THE SATELLITE WORKSHOP

REGISTRATION AND CONTACT
Information and registration: http://www.arsep.org/php/workshop/
Registration fee: 50 euros
Contact: Monique Dubois-Dalcq
mdalcq@pasteur.fr
dalcqm@mail.nih.gov

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Clinic meets Basic Science

Location:
Lecture Hall A, Uni Campus, Old General Hospital (AAKH), 1090 Vienna, Spitalgasse 2

Registration:
The symposium is open to the public. No registration is required.

Programme:
Friday, July 7th 2006
9:00 - 10:00 Opening and Refreshments
10:00- 10:15 Welcome and Introduction
10:15 - 11:00 Timothy Bliss (National Institute for Medical Research, London)
How memory traces are formed in the brain
11:00 - 11:45 Deolinda Lima (Inst. of Histology and Embryology, Univ. Porto)
The neuronal basis for pain perception
11:45 - 12:30 General Discussion
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 14:45 Peter Stern (Senior Editor of Science, London)
Insights into the decision making at a high-impact journal
14:45 - 15:30 Herta Flor (Central Institute for Mental Health, Heidelberg Univ.)
Cortical mechanisms of pain chronicity
15:30 - 16:00 General Discussion

Organizer:
Jürgen Sandkühler, MD, PhD

Department of Neurophysiology
Center for Brain Research
Medical University of Vienna
Spitalgasse 4, A-1090 Vienna, Austria
Tel: +43-1-4277-628 35
FAX: +43-1-4277-628 65

Link to homepage:
>>http://www.univie.ac.at/brainresearch/Neurophysiology/latest_news.html
Email to Congress Secretariat: >>ilonka.grechtshammer@meduniwien.ac.at


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Therapeutic Neuroprotection by Inhibition of Patho-specific Domains in Stress Kinases


LOCATION
Austria Center Vienna, Hall K

REGISTRATION
free admission, no registration required

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME
Saturday, July 8th 2006

13:00
Tiziana Borsello (Lausanne, Switzerland)
Inhibitory JNK-peptide as novel therapeutic
strategy against neurodegenerative disease.

13:25
Thomas Herdegen (Kiel, Germany)
The contribution of individual JNK-isoforms to neurodegeneration.

13:50
Eleanor Coffey (Turko, Finland)
Opposing roles of JNK in neuronal death and physiology.

14:15
Michael Courtney (Kuopio, Finland)
PDZ-domain interactions in neurodegenerative signalling

14:40 Break

15:00
Giles Hardingham (Edinburgh, UK)
Survival and death signalling from the NMDA receptor require distinct pools of intraneuronal calcium

15:25
Christophe Bonny ( Lausanne, Switzerland)
Development and design of novel neuroprotective peptides

15:50
Anne Vaslin ( Lausanne, Switzerland)
Targeting neuroprotective peptides to the cells and organelles that need them

 16:15 End of Symposium

CHAIR
Peter Clarke (Lausanne, Switzerland)
Thomas Herdegen (Kiel, Germany)

CONTACT
Thomas Herdegen,
Department of Pharmacology,
University of Kiel, Hospitalstraße 4
24105 Kiel, Germany
Phone: +49 431-597 3502, Fax: -3522

E-mail: herdegen.office@ pharmakologie.uni-kiel.de

Peter Geoffrey Clarke,
Department of Cell Biology, University of Lausanne,
Rue du Bugnon 9
1005 Lausanne, Switzerland
Phone: +41 21 - 692 5120,
Fax: +41 21 - 692 5105
E-mail: peter.clarke@unil.ch

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The Psychoanalysis of Love and Hate vs the Neurobiology of Attraction



Molecular and Cellular Cognitions Society Symposium



How to Tackle Central Nervous System Regeneration



Clinic meets Basic Science




Therapeutic Neuroprotection by Inhibition of Patho-specific Domains in Stress Kinases