Seminar: Research methods to study the human brain
The Swedish 3Rs Center organises a full day's seminar about methods to study the human brain in health and disease. The seminar will take place in Gothenburg, January the 12th.
This seminar is intended for researchers and other stakeholders with an interest in neuroscience. It aims to share knowledge, inspire to new approaches and to discuss where and when animal-free research methods can be used and what data they cannot currently generate.
Warmly welcome to participate in the discussion whether you are working with animal models, alternatives, or both!
Program and location
09.30 Registration and Coffee
10.00 The main program starts
Location: Scandic Crown, Polhemsplatsen 3, Gothenburg. Some parts of the program will be possible to follow online, but this is primarily an on-site event.
During lunch and coffee breaks we will offer a poster session for all attendees. If you want to contribute with a poster or an oral presentation, please use the registration form.
Oral presentations will be selected from submitted abstracts by representatives from the National Committee for the Protection of Animals used for Scientific Purposes, its group of experts and the Swedish 3Rs Center.
Investigating Alzheimer’s disease biomarkers using human iPSC derived neurons and co-cultures
Lotta Agholme, Gothenburg University
Use of immunocompetent brain organoids to model Alzheimer’s disease in vitro
Ivan Nalvarte, Karolinska Institutet
From correlations to causation using computational models of brain activity and neuronal networks
Arvind Kumar, Royal Institute of Technology
Spectroscopic studies of protein assembly and co-assembly
Sara Linse, Lund University
Amyloid formation in vitro and in cells
Elin Esbjörner Winters, Chalmers University of Technology
Information from the Swedish Society for Neuroscience
Representatives from the society
Advanced Non-animal Models in Biomedical Research: Neurodegenerative Diseases
Laura Griboldi, Joint Research Center, European Commission
What can and cannot be done with modern non-animal methods in brain research?v
Researchers and other stakeholders with an interest in neuroscience.
Please register to the seminar no later than December 12