NeurEndoMaths2012


Summer School in Mathematical and Computational Neuroendocrinology
Ecole Thématique du CNRS  .

 

 
Program

Monday July 30th

17h till 20h : Welcome at la Croix Montoire, Tours, France. 

Late arrival are ok but please notice that the Summer school will not provide you any diner. 

Tuesday July 31th

Morning session 

8h45-9h : Opening of the School
9h-10h30 : David Grattan - Univ. of Otago, New Zealand
Plasticity in neuroendocrine circuits: adapting pathways to meet changing physiological need [abstract]

10h30-10h45 Coffee Break

10h45-12h15 :  Jean Pierre Françoise  - Univ. Paris VI, France
Coupled multi-time scaled oscillators [abstract]
12h30-14h : Lunch at La Croix Montoire 

Afternoon session 
14h30-17h PM Modeling Tutorial, Experimental Tutorial and connected round tables
Dinner at La Croix Montoire

Wednesday August 1st

Morning session 
9h-10h30 : Jeff Tasker – Tulane Univ., USA
Neuronal-glial interactions in the synaptic control of neuroendocrine cells [abstract]

10h30-10h45 Coffee Break

10h45-12h15 :Morten Gram Pedersen – University of Padova, Italy
Drawing conclusions from exocytosis experiments: Insight from mathematical modeling. [abstract]

12h30-14h : Lunch at La Croix Montoire 

Afternoon session 
14h30-17h  poster sessions and round tables, themes to be determined
Dinner in Tours and evening at the Ginguette

Thursday August 2d

Morning session 
9h-10h30 :Stafford Lightman – Univ. Bristol, England
The contribution of modelling to our understanding of HPA physiology[abstract]

10h30-10h45 Coffee Break

10h45-12h15 : Joël Tabak – Florida State University, USA
Using dynamic clamp to understand the electrical activity of pituitary cells. [abstract]


12h30-14h : Lunch at La Croix Montoire 

Afternoon session 
14h30-17h  poster sessions and round tables, themes to be determined
Dinner at La Croix Montoire

Friday August 3d

Morning session 
9h-10h30 :Jean Christophe Leloup ULB Brussels, Belgique
Modeling the mammalian circadian clock : From molecular mechanism to physiological disorders [abstract]

10h30-10h45 Coffee Break

9h-10h30 : Anne Poupon – CNRS Tours, France
Parameter estimation in dynamical models [abstract]

12h30-14h : Lunch at La Croix Montoire 

Afternoon session 

14h30-17h  poster sessions and round tables, themes to be determined
Pique Nique and Wine tasting in the Vouvray wineyard

Saturday August 4th

Morning session 
9h-10h30 : Xavier Bonnefont - Institute of Functional Genomics, Montpellier, France
Circadian control of the neuroendocrinology of growth and reproduction [abstract]

10h30-10h45 Coffee Break

10h45-12h15 : James Sneyd – Univ. Auckland, New Zealand
Bursting oscillations in GnRH neurons; how mathematical models can help. [abstract]

12h30-14h : Lunch at La Croix Montoire 

Afternoon session 

Last round table and conclusion of the Summer School.

16h End of the Summer School