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You can now view the sessions listed below from the WPC 2016 online by registering here. Viewing the sessions is free.

 

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 Date/Time  Topic  Speaker
 Tuesday, September 20th 6:30 PM  Opening Ceremony  
 Wednesday, September 21st 8:00 AM  Influenza vaccine or Oseltamivir (Tamiflu) can protect against microglial activation and a subsequent increase in oxidative stress susceptibility of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra following infection with the non-neurotropic H1N1 influenza virus Richard Smeyne (USA)
 Wednesday, September 21st 8:15 AM  Neuroinflammation in prediagnostic Parkinson's disease: A multitracer PET study of idiopathic REM sleep behavior disorder patients Morten Gersel Stokholm (Denmark)
 Wednesday, September 21st 8:30 AM  Moving through glass: Exploring augmented reality technology for people with Parkinson's David Leventhal (USA)
 Wednesday, September 21st 8:45 AM  Neuroprotective potential of transcription factors Lmx1a and Lmx1b in mouse models of Parkinson's Disease  Hélène Doucet-Beaupré (Canada)
 Wednesday, September 21st 9:00 AM  WPC Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Parkinson Community

Presented by: Marie-Francoise Chesselet

Awarded to: David Leventhal

 Wednesday, September 21st 9:15 AM  Targeted modulation of motor and mood circuits using deep brain stimulation: Complementary studies in Parkinson's disease and major depression  Helen Mayberg (USA)
 Wednesday, September 21st 9:45 AM  What is new in DBS - A clinical perspective: Notions of decision-making, early vs. late  Andres Lozano (Canada)
 Wednesday, September 21st 10:15 AM  Outcome: What can you expect in the short term and the long term  Micheal Okun (USA)
 Wednesday, September 21st 10:45 AM  DBS: The lived experience  Andy McDowell (New Zealand)
 Wednesday, September 21st 12:00 PM
 Levodopa over the last 50 years, where we've come and where we are going
 John G. Nutt (USA)
 Wednesday, September 21st
 End of Day Wrap Up

Moderator:

Simon Lewis (Australia)

Panelists:

Veerle Baeklandt (Belgium)

Stanley Fahn (USA)

Etienne Hirsch (France)

Stuart Jackson (Canada)

Alice Nieubower (Belgium)

 Thursday, September 22nd 8:00 AM  Large-scale exploratory analysis of genetic risk factors for cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease  Ignacio Mata (USA)
 Thursday, September 22nd 8:15 AM  Investigation of exercise vs. repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation induced dopamine release: [11C] Raclopride PET study  Matthew Sacheli (Canada)

 Thursday, September 22nd

8:30 AM

 Diffuse brain injury in swine causes plasmalemmal dysruption and alpha-synuclein over-expression in the substantia nigra  Carolyn Keating (USA)
 Thursday, September 22nd 8:45 AM  Can living micro-tissue engineered axonal tracts reconstruct the nigrostriatal pathway in PD   John Duda (USA)
 Thursday, September 22nd 9:00 AM  WPC Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Parkinson Community 

Presented by: A. Jon Stoessl

Awarded to: Julie Carter

 Thursday, September 22nd 

9:15 AM

 How are genes studied and involved in PD, from causing genes to risk factors  Tom Gasser (Germany)
 Thursday, September 22nd 9:45 AM  How does environment modify genetic PD risk?  Beate Ritz (USA)
 Thursday, September 22nd 10:15 AM  What can you do with this information, and what will it do to you?  Jason Karlawish (USA)
 Thursday, September 22nd 10:45 AM  Genetic testing: Empowerment or risk for people with Parkinson's?  Alice Lazzarini (USA)
 Thursday, September 22nd 12:00 PM

 Living well with Parkinson's 

 Slides from Andy McDowell

 Slides from Linda Olsen

Moderator:

Roger Barker (UK)

Panelists:

Brian Grant (USA)

Tim Hague (Canada)

Andy McDowell (New Zealand)

Linda Olsen (USA)

 Thursday September 22nd 5:15 PM  End of Day Wrap Up

Moderator:

David Iverson (USA)

Panelists:

Leonidas Stefanis (USA)

Tiago Outeiro (Germany)

Alice Lazzarini (USA)

Malin Parmar (Sweden)

Julie Anderson (USA)

 Friday, September 23rd 8:00 AM  Understanding the pathogenesis of Parkinson's disease through genetic modifiers  Marie Davis (USA)
 Friday, September 23rd 8:15 AM  Exosome-associated oligomeric alpha-synuclein transmissions in vitro  Marion Delenclos (USA)
 Friday, September 23rd 8:30 AM  Inhibition of glucosyleramide synthase alleviates aberrations in synucleinopathy models: Link to GBA-related Parkinson's disease  S. Pablo Sardi (USA)
 Friday, September 23rd 8:45 AM  How are we going to tell the children? An overview and review of the children's literature about Parkinson's disease  Adele Hensley (USA)
 Friday, September 23rd 9:00 AM  WPC Award for Distinguished Service to the Community

Presented by: Serge Przedborski

Awarded to: Tom Isaacs

 Friday, September 23rd 9:15 AM  Overview: What's the difference between stem cells and IPS cells?  Malin Parmar (Sweden)
 Friday, September 23rd 9:45 AM  Disease modeling using IPS cells  Steve Finkbeiner (USA)
 Friday, September 23rd 10:15 AM  Transplantation in humans: An update  Roger Barker (UK)
 Friday, September 23rd 10:45 AM  What it means for people with Parkinson's  - The patient perspective  Tom Isaacs (UK)

 Friday, September 23rd 12:00 PM

 Allocating Scarce Resources: Care v. Cure

Moderator:

Dave Iverson (USA)

Panelists:

Peter LeWitt (USA)

Sara Rigarre (Sweden)

Pam Quinn (USA)

Jon Palfreman (USA)

Terry Ellis (USA)

Albert Agro (Canada)

 Friday, September 23rd 5:15 PM
 End of Day Wrap Up

Moderator:

Jon Palfreman (USA)

Panelists:

Terry Ellis (USA)

Edward Fon (Canada)

Patrik Brundin (USA)

Alexandra Nelson (USA)

M. Angela Cenci Nilsson (Sweden)

 

 

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