T21RS International Conference 2017
Chicago, 7-11 June 2017
After the succesful first edition of the bi-annual T21RS International Conference in 2015 in Paris (France), the second T21RS International Conference was held from June 7-11 in the beautiful city of Chicago (USA).
The international Down syndrome research community gathered for the T21RS International Conference 2017 at the Feinberg School of Medicine of Northwestern University in the heart of the city of Chicago. Presentations and posters franged from basic to clinical research, with one entire day dedicated to Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease, reflecting new research opportunities to serve both the trisomic and euploid populations. The T21RS Science & Society Symposium included family-oriented presentations on choosing to participate or not in clinical trials and establishing structures to integrate medical care and social support for the community.
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DYRK1A, related kinases & human disease
Saint-Malo, France, March 28 - April 1st 2017
12ème Journée mondiale de la trisomie 2
Grenoble, France, March 16 - March 18 2017
29th ECNP Congress VIENNA
17 - 21 September 2016
The European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) is a pan-European scientific association founded in 1987 to encourage innovative research across the neurosciences and to translate new knowledge on fundamental disease mechanisms into new medicines and clinical applications.
Symposium Saturday 17 September, 16:50 - 18:30 Room: Hall E1
Photo taken after the symposium with the four speakers of the session.
Alzheimer-type dementia in people with Down syndrome
Targeted Network Meeting 21 September 2016, 08:00-15:00 Room: Hall M2
Down Syndrome and Other Genetic Developmental Disorders Network
Down Syndrome Medical Interest Group-USA (DSMIG-USA) 2016 Annual Symposium
July 22, 2016
Keystone Symposia meeting
Biology of Down Syndrome: Impacts Across the Biomedical Spectrum
Date: January 24–27, 2016
Location: Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Hotel, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
Scientific Organizers: Victor Tybulewicz, Elizabeth Fisher, Thomas Blumenthal, Jeanne Lawrence
SFN Neuroscience meeting, Chicago: Minisymposia
New Perspectives for the Rescue of Cognitive Disability in Down Syndrome
Chair: Renata Bartesaghi
University of Bologna
Co-Chair: Diana Bianchi, MD
Tufts University School of Medicine
Date & Time: Monday, October 19, 2015 1:30pm - 4pm Location: S105 CME: 2.5
Down syndrome is a relatively high-incidence genetic condition caused by the triplication of human chromosome 21. No therapies currently exist for the rescue of cognitive impairment in Down syndrome. This minisymposium will present exciting findings showing that it is possible to restore brain development and cognitive performance in mouse models of Down syndrome with therapies usable in humans. This knowledge provides a breakthrough for the cure and prevention of intellectual disability in Down syndrome.
French Neuroscience Society - Special Symposium
SP03 Correction of synaptopathies in Down syndrome
Date: May 21, 2015
Chairs: X. Liogier (Basel) and M-C. Potier