The 4th International Symposium for Molecular Neurodegenerative Disease Research

Category :Chemistry
Nation :Republic of Korea
City :Daejeon
Start date :2018-8-21
End date :2018-8-23
Host organization :Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Department :Chemistry
E-mail :miheelim@kaist.ac.kr
Place :KAIST Institute(KI)
RH Index :32

Organizers :
  • David G. Churchill (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
  • Mi Hee Lim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

  • Invited Speakers :
  • Sunhee Choi (Middlebury College)
      Title : Glycation of A\beta by Reactive Sugar Derivatives:Implications for Alzheimer’s Disease in Humans   

  • Yoshitaka Nagai (Osaka University)
      Title : Therapeutic Strategy for the Polyglutamine Diseases Targeting the Toxic Protein Conformational Transition and Aggregation   

  • Jong Seung Kim (Korea University)
      Title : Designing Small-Molecule Organic Fluorophores to Highlight Alzheimer''s Disease Pathology (A\beta and pand p and p-TauTauTau)   

  • Paul A. Adlard (University of Melbourne)
      Title : Targeting Zinc: A Pathway to Improve Cognition in Health and Disease?   

  • Kazumasa Sakurai (Kindai University)
      Title : Insights into “Hidden” States of Amyloidogenic Proteins from the Pressure-Induced Conformational Changes   

  • Seung-Jae Lee (Seoul National University)
      Title : Evaluation of the Templated Seeding Theory in Aggregate Propagation   

  • Martin Pettersson (Pfizer)
      Title : Discovery of Clinical Candidate PF-06648671: A Potent, Highly Brain Penetrant γ-Secretase Modulator for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease   

  • Young-Ho Lee (Osaka University)
      Title : Microscopic and Macroscopic Understanding of Disease-Causing Protein Misfolding and Aggregation   

  • Yun Kyung Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)
      Title : Tau-BiFC Models to Investigate Metal-Induced Tau Pathology   

  • Simon Drew (University of Melbourne)
      Title : Interplay between Copper, 8-Hydroxyquinolines, Neprilysin and N-Truncation of β-Amyloid. Implications for the Metals Hypothesis of Alzheimer’s Disease   

  • DaeSoo Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
      Title : Inhibitory Basal Ganglia Inputs Induce Parkinson-Like Motor Abnormalities Through Excitatory Motor Signals   

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