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Focus Program on "Towards Mathematical Modeling of Neurological Disease from Cellular Perspectives"
Parkinson's Disease Workshop
May 22-23, 2012
Location: The Fields Institute, Room 230
Organizing Committee
Larry Abbott (Columbia Univ.), Sue Ann Campbell (Univ. Waterloo),
Nancy Kopell (Boston Univ.), Frances Skinner (TWRI/UHN and Univ Toronto),
David Terman (Ohio State Univ.)

Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS)

Confirmed Speakers:

Robert Chen (TWRI/UHN and Univ Toronto)
Ming Cheng (Brown Univ)
Mandar Jog (Univ Western Ontario)
Michelle McCarthy (Boston Univ)
Cameron McIntyre (Cleveland Clinic)
Rosalyn Moran (Univ College London)
Leonid Rubchinsky (Indiana Univ-Purdue Univ)
Jonathan Rubin (Univ Pittsburg)
Sridevi Sarma (Johns Hopkins Univ)
Peter Tass (Research Ctr Juelich)
Charles Wilson (Univ Texas-San Antonio)

Workshop Schedule (abstracts)

Tuesday, May 22, 2012
8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:15 Wecome Remarks
9:15-10:05 Robert Chen, University of Toronto, Toronto Western Hospital
Role of the basal ganglia in voluntary movements and mechanisms of deep brain stimulation
10:05-10:30 Coffee break
10:30-11:20 Michelle M. McCarthy, Boston University
Striatum as a potential source of exaggerated beta rhythms in Parkinsons disease
11:20-12:10 Leonid Rubchinsky, Indiana University
Partially synchronous dynamics of parkinsonian basal ganglia and delayed feedback deep brain stimulation
12:10-1:30 Lunch (at Fields)/posters
1:30-2:20 Jonathan Rubin, University of Pittsburg
Propagation of parkinsonian activity patterns and the effects of deep brain stimulation
2:20-3:10 Charles Wilson, University of Texas-San Antonio
Chaotic Desynchronization and Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease
3:10-3:30 Coffee break
3:30-4:20 Sridevi Sarma, Johns Hopkins University
Performance Limitations of Thalamic Relay: Insights into Motor Signal Processing, Parkinson's Disease and Deep Brain Stimulation
4:20-5:10 Cameron McIntyre, Cleveland Clinic Department of Biomedical Engineering
Neural Engineering Investigation of Deep Brain Stimulation
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
8:30-9:00 Coffee and Registration
9-9:50 Peter A. Tass, Research Center Juelich
Long-lasting neuronal desynchronization caused by coordinated reset neuromodulation
9:50-10:40 Ming Cheng, Brown University
Pattern and Location of HFS-Induced Modulation of Pathological PD Dynamics
10:40-11 Coffee break
11-11:50 Rosalyn J Moran, University College London
Connectivity Changes in Parkinsonian Brain Networks through Dynamic Causal Modelling
11:50-12:40 Mandar Jog, University of Western Ontario
New thoughts regarding pathogenesis of Parkinson disease
12:40-2:30 Lunch (at Fields) with brainstorming session. Facilitator: D. Terman (Ohio)

Participants:

Full Name University Name
Agarwal, Rahul Johns Hopkins University
Ahn, Sungwoo Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Au, Wing Lok Toronto Western Hospital
Au, Wing Lok Toronto Western Hospital
Binder, Tammy  
Campbell, Sue Ann University of Waterloo
Cao, Hongjun Beijing Jiaotong University
Chaillet, Antoine Supélec
Chen, Robert Toronto Western Research Institute
Cheng, Derrick Oliver Ames High School
Cheng, Ming Alpert Medical School, Brown University
Chin, Kaitlyn Brown University
Compte, Albert IDIBAPS
Drion, Guillaume University of Liege
Dumont, Gregory INRIA
Dur-e-Ahmad, Muhammad Lahore University of Management Sciences
Ferguson, Katie University of Toronto
Franci, Alessio Université de Liège
Greenberg, Barry University Health Network - Toronto Western Research Institute
Jalil, Sajiya Georgia State University
Jeanson, Francis Carleton University
Jog, Mandar S. University of Western Ontario
Kaifosh, Patrick Columbia University
Kopell, Nancy Boston University
Krivoruchko, Taisya University of Calgary
Lajoie, Guillaume University of Washington
Martin, Adrian Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
McCarthy, Michelle Boston University
McIntyre, Cameron Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Merrison, Robert University of Plymouth
Milner, Fabio Arizona State University
Moran, Rosalyn Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging
Nash, Joanne University of Toronto at Scarborough
Nicola, Wilten University of Waterloo
Njap, Felix University of Lübeck
Park, Choongseok University of Pittsburgh
Prescott, Ian University of Toronto
Roberts, Patrick In Silico Biosciences, Inc.
Rosenbaum, Robert University of Pittsburgh
Rubchinsky, Leonid Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Rubin, Jonathan University of Pittsburgh
Sarma, Sridevi Johns Hopkins University
Saxena, Shreya Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Scardovi, Luca University of Toronto
Sekulic, Vladislav University of Toronto
Sepulchre, Rodolphe University of Liege
Skinner, Frances K. Toronto Western Research Insitute, UHN and Univ Toronto
Sritharan, Duluxan Johns Hopkins University
Stone, Emily The University of Montana
Sun, Yinming University of Toronto
Tass, Peter Alexander Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine (INM-7)
Terman, David The Ohio State University
Trappenberg, Thomas Dalhousie University
Visser, Sid University of Twente
Weaver, Adam Saint Michael's College
Wei, Wei Yale School of Medicine
Wilson, Charles University of Texas at San Antonio
Yoshida, Takashi University of Toronto
Yugeta, Akihiro TWRI, University of Toronto

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