中国神经科学学会第十五届全国学术会议

The 15th Annual Meeting of Chinese Neuroscience Society
(CNS 2022)

中国神经科学学会第十五届全国学术会议
The 15th Annual Meeting of Chinese Neuroscience Society (CNS 2022)
11月27日-29日 线上
Nov.27th-29th Virtual Conference

11月27日-29日   线上

Nov.27th-29th Virtual Conference

Plenary Lectures



Special Plenary Lecture

Speaker:

Yizhang Chen
Naval Medical University

Time:

Nov.27, 2022 08:40-09:15  主会场G201-202/G203

Title:

Neuronomodulation of excitable neuron

陈宜张,中国科学院院士,神经生理学家。

中国神经科学学会创始人之一,曾任中国神经科学学会副理事长、中国生理学会副理事长、全军医科会生理病理专业委员会主任委员、浙江大学医学院院长、第二军医大学神经科学研究所所长、《中国神经科学杂志》常务主编、《生理学报》副主编、全军第九届医学科学技术委员会常务委员、浙江大学脑与智能研究中心主任、浙大医学院学术委员会主任。现任《Neuroscience Bulletin》名誉顾问。主要从事神经生理及神经内分泌领域的研究工作。曾获国家自然科学奖、国家科技进步奖、军队科技进步奖、上海医学科技奖等多项奖励、被总后授予“科学技术一代名师”荣誉称号。


TCCI Plenary Lecture

Speaker:

Qingming LUO
Hainan University

Time:

Nov.27, 2022 14:00-14:50  主会场G201-202/G203

Title:

Brain-wide Positioning System for Brainsmatics

Dr. Luo’s research interests focus on multi-scale optical bioimaging and cross-level information integration. He forged a new discipline Brainsmatics. His team created “the most detailed three-dimensional map of all the connections between the neurons in a complete mouse brain” and “demonstrated the first long-range tracing of individual axons in the mouse brain” with their home-made Brain-wide Positioning Systems (BPS). He is an elected Member of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS), elected Fellow of The International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering (IAMBE), The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE), The International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE), The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), The Optical Society (OSA) and Chinese Optical Society (COS). With his leading contributions, the Biomedical Engineering in HUST was rated A+ in the latest 4th round of China Discipline Ranking. Dr. Luo is the elected Chair of Biomedical Engineering Steering Committee for Guidance in Teaching in Higher Educations Institutions 2018-2022 appointed by MoE.


HT Chang Memorial Lecture

Speaker:

Guoqiang Bi
University of science and technology of China / Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology,CAS

Time:

Nov.29, 2022 08:15-09:00  主会场G201-202/G203

Title:

Exploring the multiscale complexity in the brain

Professor Guo-Qiang Bi received his B.S. in physics from Peking University and Ph.D. in biophysics from UC Berkeley. After postdoctoral research at UCSD, he joined the Department of Neurobiology of the University of Pittsburgh as an Assistant Professor and promoted to Associate Professor with tenure. In 2007, He established the Laboratory of Neurophysics at USTC, where he has been Xinchuang Professor and Changjiang Scholar, and chair of the Department of Neurobiology and Biophysics. Since 2020, he has been co-appointed as professor and funding director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Brain Information at Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His main research interest is mechanisms and principle of neural plasticity and of learning. His early work include discovery of spike-timing-dependent plasticity (STDP). In recent years, he and colleagues have been developing new microscopy methods, including cryo correlative light-electron microscopy and ultrahigh-speed 3D fluorescence imaging (VISoR), to unravel the organizational and functional mechanisms of the complex nervous system from neuronal synapses to brain-wide circuits.


NeuroXess Plenary Lecture

Speaker:

Song-Hai Shi
Tsinghua University

Time:

Nov.28, 2022 08:15-09:15  主会场G201-202/G203

Title:

Assembly and Operation of the Neocortex

Professor
Director of IDG-McGovern Institute for Brain Research at Tsinghua University
Beijing Municipal Outstanding Young Scientist
Main Reaearch Fields:Neocortical development is considered to be the crowning achievement of evolution and likely holds the key to the superior mental prowess of humans. The ability of the neocortex to command all higher-order brain functions, such as sensory perception, language, conscious thought and reasoning, depends on the intricate circuitry comprised of a vast number of diverse neurons.Our research focuses on identifying the common commodities of neocortical circuits at both the structural and functional levels, and linking them with animal behaviors, with the ultimate goal of arriving at a circuit- and system-level understanding of neocortical operation and function under normal and disease conditions.


Plenary Lecture

Speaker:

Fang Liu
University of Toronto

Time:

Nov.27, 2022 14:50-15:35  主会场G201-202/G203

Title:

Identifying novel mechanisms and treatment targets for depression

Dr. Liu is currently professor, Director, Division of Neuroscience and Clinical Translation in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, and her lab is located at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), where she is a senior scientist and the Tapscott Chair in Schizophrenia Studies. Dr. Liu obtained her MD from Shanghai Medical University in China, and practiced as a pediatrician before immigrating to Canada. She obtained her MSc and Ph.D from the Institute of Medical Sciences, University of Toronto. Dr. Liu joined the faculty of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto in 2001 and was promoted to full professor in 2011. Research in Dr. Liu's molecular neuroscience program in CAMH has focused on identification of novel biomarkers as well as novel targets for the development of protein peptide or small molecule therapeutics for the treatment of psychiatric diseases. Her research has led to a number of highly novel and internationally-recognized discoveries (e.g. Liu et al., Nature 2000; Lee et al., Cell 2002; Pei et al., Nature Medicine 2010; Su et al., Neuron 2014; Li et al.., Journal of Clinical Investigation 2020) that are being translated into potential novel therapeutics for treating neuropsychiatric disease such as depression, schizophrenia and PTSD etc.


CST Plenary Lecture

Speaker:

Xiaoqun Wang
Beijing Normal University

Time:

Nov.29 2022 13:45-14:30  主会场G201-202/G203

Title:

Human neural progenitor diversity during cortical development

Dr. Wang’s research interests focus on neural stem cell, brain development and Aging with cross discipline methods including time lapse imaging, single cell multi-omics, bioinformatics etc, his team aim to decipher the cell lineages and the molecular mechanisms that contribute to development and aging of the nervous system. His research has led to a number of highly novel and internationally-recognized discoveries (Nature 2018, 2020; Cell 2020; Science; 2021; Cell Stem Cell; 2017, 2022) that help to reach the ultimate goal of understanding the diversity of the neural stem cells and how neural stem cells and their subtypes play roles in building up the brain function and how they contribute to the brain size and structure evaluation in humans.

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