Symposium Programme


 

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FRI, OCT. 26, 2018

*REGISTRATION*

0900-0930

MORNING RECEPTION & REGISTRATION

0930-1000

OPENING CEREMONY & GROUP PHOTO

Location:Hall 103

Plenary Keynote 1

1000-1050

Inflammation and mental health: the new frontier of personalised psychiatry

Speaker:Carmine Pariante

Moderator:Wen-Hwa Lee

Location:Hall 103

S11. Nutritional Psychiatry

1050-1130

Sulforaphane: A prophylactic natural compound for psychiatric disorders

Speaker:Kenji Hashimoto

Moderator:Te-Jen Lai

Location:Hall 103

1130-1210

Dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids Omega3 and brain functions, a crucial role in mood and cognitive disorders

Speaker:Sophie Laye

Moderator:Te-Jen Lai

Location:Hall103

*LUNCH & POSTER*

1210-1340

LUNCH & POSTER

S13. Glymphatics (I)

1340-1420

Role of immune dysregulation and inflammation in refractory psychiatric illnesses: emerging diagnostic and therapeutic approaches

Speaker:Souhel Najjar

Moderator:Karl Bechter, Huanxing Su

Location:Hall 103

1420-1440

Fluid flow and solute transport in the central nervous system

Speaker:Vartan Kurtcuoglu

Moderator:Karl Bechter & Huanxing Su

Location:Hall 103

1440-1500

A link from mild encephalitis to systemic pathology via CSF outflow along nerves

Speaker:Karl Bechter

Moderator:Karl Bechter & Huanxing Su

Location:Hall 103

1500-1520

Outflow of cerebrospinal fluid is predominantly through lymphatic vessels in mice

Speaker:Steven T. Proulx

Moderator:Karl Bechter & Huanxing Su

Location:Hall 103

S12. JSLN Session

1340-1420

The importance of LipoQuality in biological systems

Speaker:Makoto Arita

Moderator:Yutaka Matsuoka & Makoto Arita

Location:Hall 102

1420-1440

Effect of eicosahexanoic acid and docosahexanoic acid on exercise performance

Speaker:Eisuke Ochi

Moderator:Yutaka Matsuoka & Makoto Arita

Location:Hall 102

1440-1500

Plasma Levels of n-3 Fatty Acids and Risk of Coronary Heart Disease Among Japanese: The Japan Public Health Center-based (JPHC) Study

Speaker:Kei Hamazaki

Moderator:Yutaka Matsuoka & Makoto Arita

Location:Hall 102

1500-1520

People who eat fish and seafood are half as likely to develop depression

Speaker:Yutaka Matsuoka

Moderator:Yutaka Matsuoka & Makoto Arita

Location:Hall 102

*REFRESHMENT*

1520-1550

REFRESHMENT

S13. Glymphatics (II)

1550-1610

Macrophage derived miRNA bearing microparticles for diagnostics and trafficking in affective disorders and schizophrenia

Speaker:Marion Schneider

Moderator:Karl Bechter & Huanxing Su

Location:Hall 103

1610-1630

Smart nanoplatforms for bioanalytics and disease theranostics

Speaker:Hsin-Yun Hsu

Moderator:Karl Bechter & Huanxing Su

Location:Hall 103

1630-1710

Study of neprilysin gene therapy targeting the glymphatic pathway for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease

Speaker:Huanxing Su

Moderator:Karl Bechter & Huanxing Su

Location:Hall 103

S14. Heart & Brain Session

1550-1630

n-3 PUFA and inflammation in Major Depressive Disorder

Speaker:Thomas C. Baghai

Moderator:Thomas C. Baghai, Kevin, Hung Wen Lin

Location:Hall 103

1630-1650

N-3 PUFAs in Patients with Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs) Comorbid Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)

Speaker:Jane Pei-Chen Chang

Moderator:Thomas C. Baghai  , Kevin, Hung Wen Lin

Location:Hall 102

1650-1710

Fatty Acid Methylation from the Heart to the Brain

Speaker:Kevin, Hung Wen Lin

Moderator:Thomas C. Baghai  , Kevin, Hung Wen Lin

Location:Hall 102

*CLOSING*

1710-1730

CLOSING

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SAT, OCT. 27, 2018

--REGISTRATION--

0930-1000

REGISTRATION

Plenary Keynote 2

1000-1050

Are we all the same? Translational neuroscience in East Asia

Speaker:Kuan-Pin Su

Moderator:Carmine Pariante

Location:Hall 103

S21. Translational Psychiatry

1050-1130

Using neuroimaging to dissect the heterogeneity of psychosis

Speaker:Paola Dazzan

Moderator:Kuan-Pin Su

Location:Hall 103

1130-1210

Neuroimmune Mechanisms of Mood Disorder: A Translational Perspective

Speaker:Po-See Chen

Moderator:Kuan-Pin Su

Location:Hall 103

**LUNCH & POSTER**

1210-1340

LUNCH & POSTER

S23. PNIRS Session (I)

1340-1400

TBD

Speaker:Keith Kelley

Moderator:Keith Kelley

Location:Hall 103

1400-1420

The Blood-brain Interface regulates systemic signals of pulmonary inflammation to the CNS

Speaker:Michelle Erickson

Moderator:Keith Kelley

Location:Hall 103

1420-1440

Understanding the role of microglia and inflammatory biomarkers in stress-associated neuropsychiatric disorders

Speaker:Li Tian

Moderator:Keith Kelley

Location:Hall 103

1440-1500

Neuroimaging of inflammatory subtype of depression

Speaker:Ebrahim Haroon

Moderator:Keith Kelley

Location:Hall 103

1500-1520

TBA

Speaker:TBA

Location:Hall 103

S22. ISBS Session

1340-1420

Zebrafish models of novel stress-related disorders: focus on neuro-diabetes, OCD and hallucinogenic drug action

Speaker:Allan V Kalueff

Moderator:Allan V Kalueff

Location:Hall 102

1420-1440

Neuroanatomical, neuroimaging and molecular endophenotypes of cognitive disturbances in male rats with accelerated senescence

Speaker:Tamara Amstislavskaya

Moderator:Allan V Kalueff & Tamara Amstislavskaya

Location:Hall 102

1440-1500

TBA

Speaker:TBA

Moderator:Allan V Kalueff & Tamara Amstislavskaya

Location:Hall 102

1500-1520

Chronic stress promotes the expression of lung cancer-related factors after exposing A/J mice to smoke: involve the inflammation and growth factors

Speaker:Cai Song

Moderator:Allan V Kalueff & Tamara Amstislavskaya

Location:Hall 102

**REFRESHMENT**

1520-1550

REFRESHMENT

S23. PNIRS Session (II)

1550-1610

Lessons about inflammation and the biology of aging from Japan

Speaker:Christopher Coe

Moderator:Keith Kelley

Location:Hall 103

1610-1630

The relationship between inflammation and autophagy in schizophrenia: the regulation of PI3K-Akt-mTOR pathway

Speaker:Cai Song

Moderator:Keith Kelley

Location:Hall 103

1630-1650

Positive Psychological Adaptation to Cancer and Evidence in Stress-Associated Neuroendocrine Function

Speaker:Ashley Wang

Moderator:Keith Kelley

Location:Hall 103

1650-1710

East Meets West: How Psychoneuroimmunology Is Curing Modern Medicine

Speaker:Colleen M Doran

Moderator:Keith Kelley

Location:Hall 103

S24. Academia & Industry

1550-1610

Symbiotic Relationships for People, Planet, and Science

Speaker:Keri Marshall

Moderator:Keri Marshall

Location:Hall 102

1610-1630

Omega 3 treatment for psychiatric disorders. Why may work clinical trials but fail in real life

Speaker:Guy Ben Zvi

Moderator:Keri Marshall

Location:Hall 102

1630-1650

Precision Nutrition and Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids: A Promising Translational Opportunity for Academia and Industry to Personalized Clinical Applications for Brain Disorders

Speaker:Floyd Chilton

Moderator:Keri Marshall

Location:Hall 102

1650-1710

Leveraging academic research and collaboration in establishing the NutraSea Professional Optometry Business in Canada: A case report

Speaker:Theresa Jahn

Moderator:Keri Marshall

Location:Hall 102

**CLOSING**

1710-1730

CLOSING

GALA DINNER

1830-2130

GALA DINNER

Location:ZEBRA, The Place Taichung | 601, Yingcai Rd., Taichung, Taiwan

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SUN, OCT. 28, 2018

***REGISTRATION***

0930-1000

REGISTRATION

Plenary Keynote 3

1000-1050

Studying brain docosahexaenoic acid metabolism: New molecules, new methods and new insights.

Speaker:Richard Bazinet

Moderator:Lu-Hai Wang

Location:Hall 103

S31. Translational Neuroscience in Taiwan

1050-1130

Acupuncture analgesia in mice

Speaker:Yi-Wen Lin

Moderator:Jane Pei-Chen Chang

Location:Hall 103

1130-1150

Acupuncture intervention may reverse the altered functional connectivity of pain

Speaker:Cheng-Hao Tu

Moderator:Jane Pei-Chen Chang

Location:Hall 103

1150-1210

Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Child Mental Health: Focused on ADHD

Speaker:Jane Pei-Chen Chang

Moderator:Jane Pei-Chen Chang

Location:Hall 103

AWARD & CLOSING CEREMONY

1210-1230

AWARD & CLOSING CEREMONY

TSNPR General Meeting

1330-1530

TSNPR General Meeting

Location:Hall 102