TWS Symposium on Nov 13th 2020 in Baden Baden
The Symposium will take place "live" in Baden-Baden and as an online stream. Right now, you only have to register yourself, if you want to attend personally. You can register here.
Program TWS-Symposium
08.50-09.00 Tom Wahlig + Stephan Klebe opening
09.00-09.30 Rachel Allison, Cambridge The interconnected roles of spastin and ESCRT-III in membrane trafficking Basic science Christel Depienne/ Giovanni Stevanin
09.30-10.00 Giovanni Stevanin, Paris Exploring the spectrum of KIF1A mutations and phenotypes
10.00-10.30 Jennifer Hirst, Cambridge SPG11/SPG15/SPG48 and lysosomal homeostasis
10.30-11.00 coffee break
11.00-11.30 Ingo Kurth, Aachen DEGS1-associated sphingolipid disorder: from the disease mechanism towards therapeutic strategies?
11.30-12.00 Rebecca Schüle, Tübingen RNF170, a new gene for HSP
12.00-12.15 Ludger Schoels, Tübingen Introduction (applications recieved, thank you to reviewers, basis for evaluation, naming of awardees) 2019 funding round of the TWS Ludger Schöls
12.15-12.30 NN TWS Grant NN
12.30-12.45 NN TWS Grant NN
12.45-13.00 NN TWS Grant NN
13.00-13.45 lunch break
13.45-14.30 Poster Tour
14.30-15.10 Alexander Geurts, Nijmegen Functional diagnostics and treatment in patients with pure HSP Clinical studies and treatments Rebecca Schüle/ Stephan Klebe
15.10-15.40 Heiko Gassner, Erlangen Sensor-based gait analysis
15.40-16.10 Christoph Kessler Biomarkers of axonal degeneration in SPG4
16.10-16.30 coffee break
16.30-17.00 Michaela Hörner and, Katharina Krause, Würzburg Neuropsychological aspects in SPG11
17.00-17.30 Carsten Saft, Bochum Update on Huntington disease