ORAL COMMUNICATIONS AND POSTERS

During each session, 2 flash talks of 5 minutes each will allow selected young researchers to present their work. They will be able to show more details in the Poster area during dedicated sessions.

Students, post-docs, med students and other young researchers are invited to submit an abstract of 600 words max, with or without supporting files precising the contents of their oral presentation and/or poster by following this link.

The best poster et oral communication will get a reward thanks to our partners France Parkinson and Vaincre Alzheimer.

!! Extended submission deadline: January 6, 23:59 !!

PHYSIOPATHOLOGY OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE : FROM MOLECULAR/CELLULAR MECHANISMS TO TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

We are pleased to invite you to the second edition of the conference « PHysiopathology Of Parkinson’s disEase » to be held in Paris on January 29-31, 2020.

This meeting will be focused on the genetic and environmental determinants of Parkinson’s disease, and their molecular mechanisms and modeling. The aim of the conference is to promote a better understanding of the pathophysiology of the disease, as well as new perspectives in the fields of preclinical, clinical, imaging and biomarker research.

European and French research in these fields has led to major advances and, in some cases, proposed new biomarkers and symptomatic treatments. At the clinical level, various meetings and networks such as F-CRIN have emerged, but there is a need to promote similar initiatives on basic aspects of Parkinson’s disease pathophysiology and its modeling. This would greatly foster collaboration in this field and integration of basic and clinical research, whether academic, industrial, or linked to associations.

We hope to gather the entire French research community working on basic, preclinical and clinical aspects of Parkinson’s disease. We would like all regions of France to be represented, as well as associations and foundations supporting Parkinson’s disease research, and will continue to integrate foreign speakers in the program. 

The scientific committee of HOPE – Paris 2020

Cristine Alves Da Costa, Erwan Bézard, Luc Bousset, Emmanuel Brouillet, Charlotte Caillot, Marie-Christine Chartier-Harlin, Olga Corti, Lauranne Duquenne, Stéphane Hunot

Local organizing committee: Alexis Brice, Charlotte Caillot, Lauranne Duquenne

   

Open conference

Do not miss the open conference of Pr. Marie VIDAILHET on Thursday, January 30 !

Important dates

October 14, 2019 : registration and abstract submission are open
December 1st, 2019 : abstract submission is closed
January 6, 2020 : abstract submission is closed
January 10, 2020 :
results of abstract submission
January 12, 2020 : registration is closed
January 29-31, 2020 : HOPE 2020 congress

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