ISNI Young Committee

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Full Professor
Department of Neurology
University Hospital of Freidrich Alexander University
Erlangen-Nürnberg | Germany
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Prof. Veit Rothhammer MD

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University of Brisbane Brisbane | Australia
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Dr. Aakanksha Dixit PhD

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Hotchkiss Brain Institute University of Calgary Calgary | Canada
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Dr. Yifei (Jeff) Dong PhD

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Hebrew University of Jerusalem 
Jerusalem | Israel
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Dr. Naomi Habib MD

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Dept. of Clinical Neurosciences University of Calgary – Cumming School of Medicine Calgary | Canada
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Dr. Hedwich Kuipers PhD

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Scientist, UHN-Krembil Research Institute
Assistant Professor, Department of Immunology, University of Toronto
Toronto | Canada

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Dr. Olga Rojas MD, PhD

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Brigham and Women’s Hospital Harvard Medical University Boston (MA) | USA
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Dr. Michael Wheeler PhD

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Professor of Neurology Kuchroo Weiner Distinguished Professor of Neuroimmunology Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases Brigham and Women’s Hospital Harvard Medical School Associate Member, The Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT Boston (MA) | USA
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Prof. Francisco Quintana PhD

PRESENT YOUR WORK DURING 'ISNI YOUNG TIME'

The ISNI Young Committee is organizing a monthly “ISNI Young Time”. During this time we will dedicate 30 min to Ph.D. students (in their last 1-2 years) and postdoctoral fellows to present their work and get feedback from peers and experts. The presentation will be 20 min and a 10 min discussion

NEXT ISNI YOUNG TIME SEPTEMBER 12

The first ISNI Young Time was great – if you missed it you can see it below. The next one is on September 12 time coming soon. 

Join the ISNI Young Time on Monday September 12 @ TBC. Here is how to connect and it is free! 

LINK: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89513944631?pwd=WG5jM20wZEFleUxlYXZyY1lsY1JsQT09

Javier Pareja (Theodor Kocher Institute, University of Bern, Switzerland)
Topic: Brain endothelial antigen presentation detains CD8+ T cells at the blood-brain barrier leading to its breakdown

The second presenter is: 

Katharina Robichon (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Topic: Nalfurafine reduces neuroinflammation and drives remyelination in a model of multiple sclerosis

SEE PREVIOUS YOUNG TIMES

You can see our previous “ISNI Young Time” Session here.

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