Neurofluidics 2016

9h – 10 h Welcoming / coffee
10h-12h Session 1 – Molecular neurobiology in microfluidics devices
Homaira Nawabi (GIN) – Axon guidance of Regenerative Fibers
Guillaume Becq (GIPSA)  – Neural networks: models and experiments
Catherine Villard (IPGG) – Asymmetric axonal edge guidance: a new paradigm for building oriented neuronal networks
Ayako Yamada (IPGG) – Transient microfluidic compartmentalization: from 2D to 3D organized brain cell structures
Vincent Studer (CNRS) – Investigating neural development in engineered microenvironments
Céline Braini (IPGG) – Novel microfluidic device for high resolution cells volume measurements: toward neurons 3D imaging
12h-13h30 Buffet / network
13h30-15h30 Session 2 – Cellular traficking in microgrooves
Florence Rage (CNRS) – Axonal mRNA transport in motoneurons
Marie Luce Vignais (IRMB) – Transfer of mitochondria via tunneling nanotubes (TNT) between mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) and glioblastoma stem cells (GSC)
Christopher Chapman (ETH Zurich) – Neuronal patterning on « neurotrophic » nanoporous gold interfaces for enhanced electrophysiological recording performance
Frédéric Saudou (GIN) – Huntington’s disease on a chip
Benoit Charlot (IES) – Microelectrode arrays and microfluidics for stimulation and recording of neuronal junctions
Florien Malloggi (CEA Saclay)  – SELF-ROLLED POLYMER FILM: A novel approach to microfluidic devices
15h30-16h00 Coffee break
16h-18h Session 3 – Microfluidics neuro-engineering for network level approaches
Luc Buée (INSERM / CHU-Lille) – Prion-like propagation in neurodegenerative disorders
T.hibault Honegger (LTM) – Network scale microfluidic neuro-engineering
Frank Yates (CNRS) – Brain organoids en 3D
 Fabrice Bardin (U. Nimes/IES) – 3D Co-culture of sensory neurons and skin cells on PDMS microfluidic scaffold
Florent Alibart (IEMN) –  Techno BioMEMS
Timothée Lévi (IMS) – Biomimetic neural network for neurodegenerative diseases
18h+ Refreshments

On-site organizers:

Tiphaine Belloir Marianne Elias Antoine Legrain Roberto Riesco Victor Gaude

Some pictures of Neurofluidics 2016:

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Bringing together the neuroscience and the microfluidics communities