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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM 

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

15:00-18:00

NEUROPSYCHOANALYSIS WORKSHOP

M. Solms (Cape Town, South Africa) 

15:00-17:00

10th International Epilepsy Symposium in Pula
Chaiperson: H. Hećimović (Zagreb, Croatia)

15:00-15:30

V. Demarin (Zagreb, Croatia): Past 10 years – Epilepsy Symposia in Pula

15:30-16:00

M. Jurin (Zagreb, Croatia): Novel models of therapy for children with epilepsy

16:00-16:30

I.Bielen (Zagreb, Croatia): Public health importance of epilepsy in Croatia

16:30-17:00

H. Hećimović (Zagreb, Croatia): Significant developments in adult epilepsy in Croatia over past 10 years

 

 

17:00-18:00

Satellite Symposium

17:00-18:00

Satellite Symposium

 

 

19:00-20:00

Academic lecture

P. Rakic (Yale, USA): Neuronal migration: Relevance to neuropsychiatric disorders

Thursday, May 25th 2017

08:30-09:00

OPENING CEREMONY

09:00-09:30

Opening Lecture

M. Solms (Cape Town, South Africa): The scientific standing of psychoanalysis

09:30-12:00

MAIN THEME – Dementia

Chairpersons: N. Bogdanović (Stockholm, Sweden), N. Müller (München, Germany)

09:30-09:50

N.Bogdanović (Stockholm, Sweden): Imaging in the early assessment of dementia disorders

09:50-10:10

M. Ikonomovic (Pittsburgh, USA): Validation of Amyloid and Tau PET in AD and Non-AD Dementias: Clinical-Pathological Correlations 

10:10-10:30

N. Müller (Munchen, Germany): Immune based treatments of Alzheimers disease

10:30-10:50

J.M. Burgunder (Bern, Switzerland): Molecular mechanisms in Huntington’s disease: the path to therapy

10:50-11:10

M. Čuturić (Columbia, USA): Huntington's disease: current trends

11:10-11:30

V. Vuletić (Rijeka, Croatia): Parkinson's disease dementia

11:30-11:50

D. Chudy (Zagreb, Croatia): Deep Brain Stimulation as a therapy for neurologic and psychiatric sisease – new insights

 

 

12:00-13:30

Young Psychiatrists: The role of Psychological factors in Psychopharmacotherapy

Chairpersons: V. Bilić (Zagreb, Croatia), D.Marčinko (Zagreb,Croatia)

12:00-12:15

D.Marčinko (Zagreb, Croatia): Psychodynamic of psychopharmacotherapy

12:15-12:25

B. Vuksan Ćusa (Zagreb, Croatia): Borderline, bipolar or both?

12:25-12:40

A.Domokuš (Popovača, Croatia): Case report (with supervision)

12:40-13:30

Discussion

 

 

12:00-13:00

Satellite Symposium – Parkinson’s Disease

 

 

13:00-14:30

LUNCH

 

 

14:30-17:30

6th European Psychopathology Summer School 

Chairpersons: K. Bechter (Günzburg, Germany) & M. Brüne (Bochum, Germany)

14:30-14:50

A.Buchheim (Munich, Germany): Affective dysregulation in borderline patients

14:50-15:10

D. Bernheim (Ulm, Germany): Activation of the attachment system in borderline patients (fMRI)

15:10-15:30

M. Brüne (Bochum, Germany): Mentalisation based group therapy as an add-on to dialectical behavior therapy in borderline patients

15:30-15:50

F. Benedetti (Milan, Italy): Chronotherapy in affective disorders

15:50-16:10

N. Müller (Munich, Germany): Differential diagnosis :Tourette-syndrome versus PANDAS-syndrome

16:30-16:50

K. Bechter (Günzburg, Germany): Focusing on important aspects in psychotherapy:experience guided thoughts

16:50-17:10

 

 

 

14:30-17:00

MAIN THEME  - Stroke

Chairpersons: V. Demarin (Zagreb, Croatia), K. Niederkorn (Graz, Austria)

14:30-14:50

S. Gajović (Zagreb, Croatia): Preclinical neuroimaging of animal stroke models

14:50-15:10

V. Demarin (Zagreb, Croatia): Contemporary Approach to Stroke Prevention

15:10-15:30

D. Zadravec (Zagreb, Croatia): Recent advances in neuroimaging and neurointenvention in acute stroke

15:30-15:50

K. Niederkorn (Graz, Austria) : Critical Issues in endovascular stroke treatment

15:50-16:10

N. Bogdanović (Stockholm, Sweden): Vascular cognitive impairment

16:10-16:30

S.Morović (Zagreb, Croatia): The role of arterial stiffness in assessment of cognitive decline

16:30-16:50

H. Budinčević (Zagreb, Croatia): Direct oral anticoagulants in secondary stroke prevention

16:50-17:10

J. Ljevak (Zagreb, Croatia): Direct oral anticoagulants and neurovascular complications – can we do more ?

 

 

14:30-17:00

How to read and write a paper

A.Glasnović (Zagreb, Croatia)

 

 

17:00-18:00

Satellite Symposium

17:00-18:00

Satelitte Symposium

 

 

18:00-19:30

Poster Session
Chairpersons: K.Bechter (Günzburg, Germany), N. Bogdanovic (Stockholm, Sweden), K. Niederkorn (Graz, Austria), I. Šain (Pula, Croatia)

 

 

Friday, May 26th 2017

09:00-12:00

MAIN THEME
Chairpersons: O. Sinanovic (Tuzla, BIH), C. Enzinger (Graz, Austria)

09:00-09:20

C. Enzinger (Graz, Austria): Neuroimaging and MS

09:20-09:40

A.Glasnović (Zagreb, Croatia): Immunologic Processes In Multiple Sclerosis – The Newest Insights

09:40-10:00

V. Bašić-Kes (Zagreb, Croatia): New trends in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

10:00-10:20

M. Bošnjak Pašić (Zagreb, Croatia): Multiple Sclerosis and Pregnancy

10:20-10:40

O. Sinanović (Tuzla, BIH): Dysphagia in neurologic disorders

10:40-11:00

M. Nakić (Yale, USA): Advances in neuroimaging and impact on psychiatric practice

11:00-11:20

F. Benedetti (Milan, Italy): Immune tolerance and neuroinflammation in chronic depression:

bridging the gap between psychiatric and neurodegenerative diseases

11:20-11:40

BD Tzygankov (Moskow, Russia): Night Eating Syndrome in Patients with Anxiety and Depression. 

11:40-12:00

H. Drexhage (Rotterdam, Netherlands): New antidepressant treatment approaches by immune stratification

 

 

12:00-13:00

Satellite Symposium – Depression (L) 

 

 

12:00-13:00

Workshop: Beyond wants – stress-relief mind training
Chairperson: I. Mošič (Rijeka, Croatia)

 

 

 

 

13:00-14:30

LUNCH

14:30-16:30

MAIN THEME – Depression

Chairpersons: M. Jakovljević (Zagreb, Croatia), D. Marčinko (Zagreb, Croatia)

14:30-14:50

M.Jakovljević (Zagreb, Croatia): Placebo and Nocebo in Depression

14:50-15:10

S. Matačić (Zagreb, Croatia): Some Thoughts about Depression, the „Disease of 21st CENTURY“ – A Psychodynamic Approach

15:10-15:30

D. Marčinko (Zagreb, Croatia): Depression and Suicidality in Personality and Eating disorders

15:30-15:50

M. Bajs Janović (Zagreb, Croatia): Indications for electroconvulsive therapy in mood disorders

15:50-16:10

M.Brüne (Bochum, Germany): Nonverbal interaction of patients with borderline personality disorder

16:10-16:30

M.Z.Dernovšek (Ljubljana, Slovenia): Psychoeducation on depression, anxiety disorders and stress related disorders in community helath centers in Slovenia

 

 

 

 

14:30-16:00

Neuroscience Symposium: Neurobiologic basis of cognitive development
Chairpersons: I. Kostović (Zagreb)

14:30-14:50

I.Kostović (Zagreb, Croatia): Development of “Wiring” specific for the human fetal brain

14:50-15:10

M. Judaš (Zagreb, Croatia): Human brain development in the framework of life-history theory

15:10-15:30

Z. Petanjek (Zagreb, Croatia): Plasticity of microcircuitry during protracted development of human associative cortex

15:30-15:50

G.Sedmak (Zagreb, Croatia): Gene expression in the developing and adult human brain: relevance for brain disorders

 

 

14:30-16:30

Stroke Symposium

Chairpersons: GE. Klein (Graz, Austria), G. Lanner (Graz, Austria)

14:30-14:50

EB Ringelstein (Münster, Germany): Stroke mimics

14:50-15:10

K. Niederkorn (Graz, Austria): Silent brain infarctions – update

15:10-15:30

T. Gattringer (Graz, Austria): Rare Stroke Cases

15:30-15:50

A. Arsovska (Skopje, Macedonia): Cerebral Venous Thrombosis

15:50-16:10

M.Zaletel (Ljubljana, Slovenia): Antiphospholipid antibodies, a possible etiologic factor for cerebrovascular events in younger adult patients.

16:10-16:30

B. Žvan (Ljubljana, Slovenia):  Impact of leukoaraiois on the endothelial function

 

 

16:30-17:30

Neuroscience and Neuropsychiatry in Society –Student Symposium

Chairpersons: F. Đerke (Zagreb, Croatia), A. Juginović (Split, Croatia)

16:30-16:45

F. Đerke (Zagreb, Croatia): Healthy Brain 

16:45-17:00

M. Šefčić (Zagreb, Croatia) Art as Therapy: The Aestheticization and Rehumanization of Public Space 

17:00-17:15

TBA (Osijek, Croatia): Brain Awareness Week - our experience 

17:15-17:30

TBA (Split, Croatia): Neuroscience in everyday community 

17:30-17:45

TBA (Rijeka, Croatia): Student congress of neuroscience

 

 

16:30-17:30

Satellite Symposium – Multiple Sclerosis (M)

16:30-17:15

Satellite Symposium

 

 

17:30-19:00

6th SYMPOSIUM ON  INTERFACE PROVIDERS IN NEUROREHABILITATION

Chairpersons: N. Beck (Zagreb, Croatia), R. Bene (Zagreb, Croatia)

17:30-17:45

R. Bene (Zagreb, Croatia): Neurofeedback in autism 

17:45-18:00

S. Brandi (Barcelona, Spain): Rehabilitation Gaming System: The impact of gamified Virtual Reality in stroke rehabilitation

18:00-18:15

N. Beck (Zagreb, Croatia): Peak performance in sports and anti ageing for the mind - individualised neurofeedback

18:15-18:30

B. Nikolić (Belgrade, Serbia): Blue light technology for optimizing one's biological rhythm

18:30-18:45

P. Verschure (Barcelona, Spain): Motor impairment diagnostics - new vistas

18:45-19:00

S. Rucner (Zagreb, Croatia): The importance of music in everyday life

 

 

19:00-20:00

Kuratorium Meeting

Saturday, May 27th 2017

09:00-10:00

Best posters awards presentations

Chairpersons: V. Demarin (Zagreb, Croatia), F. Benedetti (Milan, Italy)

 

 

10:00-12:00

Joint Meeting with Alps-Adria Neuroscience Section and Central and Eastern European Stroke Society and WFN Applied Research Group on the Organization and Delivery of Care
Chairpersons: L. Battistin  (Padova, Italy), V. Demarin (Zagreb, Croatia).

10:00-10:20

M. Fogec (Zagreb, Croatia): Searching for Collectors: an exam of their profiles and behavior within Croatia

10:20-10:40

K. Bechter (Günzburg, Germany): Achieving Remission of therapy resistant psychosis by immune Treatments-single case analyses

10:40-11:00

E. Titianova (Sofia, Bulgaria): Folk Wisdom and Scientific Discoveries

11:00-11:20

A.Alajbegović (Sarajevo, BiH): Canabinoids in treatment of neurological disorders

11:20-11:40

V.Šerić (Zagreb,Croatia): TBA

11:40-12:00

H.Budinčević (Zagreb, Croatia): ESO-EAST project and Stroke registries

 


We look forward to welcoming you in Pula, Croatia! The Administrative Secretariat is pleased to assist you with further details.