Symposium 2014

 

 

Am Freitag, den 21.3.2014 fand in Berlin im Rahmen des DGKN Kongresses unser 13. Symposium statt.

 

 

 

program retrospect

Abstract (A)

speaker

affiliation

title

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Stephan
Klebe

Würzburg
(Germany)

SPG7 - an example of genotype-phenotype correlation

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Beate Winner
Steven
Havlicek

Erlangen
(Germany)

HSP disease modeling using induced pluripotent stem cells

A

Rebecca
Schüle

Miami
(U.S.A.)

Functional electrical stimulation for HSP therapy – a randomized clinical trial

A

Matthis
Synofzik

Tübingen
(Germany)

Exergame training improves motor performance in children with degenerative ataxia: clinical benefits and underlying mechanisms

 

Giorgio
Casari

Milan
(Italy)

Spinocerebellar ataxia type 28, from molecular hypothesis to preclinical treatment

 

Stephan
Sigrist

Berlin
(Germany)

Polyamines rescue from age-induced memory impairment


A

Mukhran
Khundadze

Jena
(Germany)

Modelling complicated spastic paraplegia in mice

A

Jennifer
Hirst

Cambridge
(U.K.)

Adaptor protein complexes and HSP

A

Evan
Reid

Cambridge
(U.K.)

Tubules, microtubules and axonal degeneration

A

Janos
Groh

Würzburg
(Germany)

Neuroinflammation accompanying glial mutations: pathogenetic aspects and similarities to progressive multiple sclerosis

A

Joachim
Weis

Aachen
(Germany)

Neuropathology of the endoplasmic reticulum in neurodegenerative and neuromuscular disorders

 

Elina
Ikonen

Helsinki
(Finland)

Seipinopathy and lipid imbalance

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Craig
Blackstone

Betheshda
(U.S.A.)

Converging mechanisms of SPG-mutated ER shaping proteins in lipid droplet biogenesis

 

Elena
Rugarli

Cologne
(Germany)

Mitochondrial transport, tau, and axonopathy