Invited speakers

Enrico Cherubini

(SISSA, Trieste, Italy)
"GABAergic signaling at immature mossy fibers-CA3 synapses: regulation by endocannabinoids."

Jean-Marc Fritschy

(University of Zurich, Switzerland)
„GABAA receptors regulating adult neurogenesis"

Takao Hensch

(Harvard University, USA)

Kai Kaila

(University of Helsinki, Finland)
„Ionic plasticity of GABAergic signaling."

Istvan Katona

(Institute of Experimental ?Medicine, Budapest, Hungary)
"Endocannabinoid-mediated regulation of synaptic plasticity."

Jan Konopacki

(University of Lodz,Poland)
„Gap junctions and rhythmic oscillations in the limbic cortex."

Małgorzata Kossut

(Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Warsaw, Poland)
"GABAergic contribution to learning-dependent brain plasticity."

Monika Liguz-Lecznar

(Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Warsaw, Poland)
„GABA-dependent plasticity in the aging brain"

Karri Lamsa

(University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
„Long-term plasticity in excitatory connections onto hippocampal GABAergic interneurons in acute brain slices and in urethane anesthetized rat"

Lamberto Maffei

(Accademia Nazionale del Lincei, Rome, Italy)
"Plasticity, environment and endogenous pharmacology."

Jerzy Mozrzymas

(Wroclaw Medical University, Poland)
„Synaptic agonist transient and binding-gating cross-talk – powerful determinants of GABAergic synapse function"

Elly Nedivi

„In vivo imaging of coordinated excitatory and inhibitory synaptic dynamics in the visual cortex"

Adam Plaznik

(Institute of Psychiatry & Neurology, Warsaw, Poland)
„Why do rats differ in the strength and persistence of learned fear?"

Wolf Singer

(Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt, Germany)
„The changing face of inhibition: From gain control to the backbone of dynamic coordination"

Peter Somogyi

(University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
„Behaviour-dependent GABA release to hippocampal pyramidal cells"

Mike Stryker

(University of California, San Francisco, USA)
Mechanisms of plasticity of visual cortex after transplantation of embryonic inhibitory neurons.

Antoine Triller

(INSERM, Paris, France)
„Plasticity of inhibitory synapses: quantitative nanoscopy and physical chemistry of receptor scaffold interactions."