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januari 2019

Stem Therapy Mini-Symposium

januari 30, kl 15:45 - 17:00
Segerfalk lecture Hall, BMC A-house, Wallenberg Neurocentrum, Sölvegatan 17
Lund, Sverige
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Mini-symposium_LUND Lund Stem Cell Center/StemTherapy together with StrokeSyd presents the Stem Therapy Mini-Symposium. 15.45 - 16.00 Fika 16:00 – 16:30 Connectomics of engineered neural networks: inferring network states and making predictions about responses to stroke-related pathology Ioanna Sandvig PhD, University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway 16:30-17:00 Combinatorial therapies for stroke recovery Matteo Caleo, PhD, CNR Neuroscience Institute, Pisa, Italy Hosts: Zaal Kokaia and Olle Lindvall

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mars 2019

Workshop – experimentell stroke

mars 6, kl 12:30 - 16:30

Ta kontakt med Saema Ansar för mer information saema.ansar@med.lu.se  

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Workshop – experimentell stroke

mars 20, kl 12:30 - 16:30

Kontakta Saema Ansar för mer information saema.ansar@med.lu.se  

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StrokeSyd Seminar, Professor G Kwakkel

mars 21, kl 15:00

Moving stroke rehabilitation forward: What are the next steps?   Professor Gert Kwakkel Professor of Neurorehabilitation, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine  VU University Medical Centre Amsterdam,The Netherlands. Location: Segerfalksalen, BMC, Sölvegatan 17 Host: Christina Brogårdh och Tadeusz Wieloch Sponsor: StrokeSyd Short Bio: Professor Gert Kwakkel Professor Kwakkel received his PhD in 1998 in the field of Stroke rehabilitation. In 2008, he received a chair ‘Neurorehabilitation’ at the VU University Medical Centre in Amsterdam. Since 2014 he became also head of research of the department neurorehabilitation of rehabilitation center…

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april 2019

StrokeSyd seminar, Professor R Dijkhuizen

april 3, kl 15:00 - 17:00
Föreläsningsal 2, Blocket, SUS-Lund

Welcome to the 2nd StrokeSyd seminar of this year:   Imaging brain plasticity after stroke – MRI studies in rodents and patients   presented by Professor Rick Dijkhuizen Professor  Experimental and Translational Neuroimaging University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands   Date: April 3, at 15.00 Location: Föreläsningsal 2, Blocket, SUS-Lund   Host: Johan Mårtensson and Karsten Ruscher/Tadeusz Wieloch        Sponsor: StrokeSyd and The Pufendorf Insitute   Biosketch Professor Rock Dijkhuizen   Rick Dijkhuizen is professor of Experimental and Translational Neuroimaging, and…

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maj 2019

Internationella strokedagen i Malmö

maj 14, kl 12:00 - 17:00
Jubileumsaulan, Jan Waldenströms gata 5
Malmö, Skåne 21428 Sverige
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Välkomna till internationella strokedagen i Malmö som är öppen för alla! Preliminärt program: 12.00 - 14.00     Blodtrycksmätning och utställning 14.00 - 16.40     Föreläsning  

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StrokeSyd 2nd annual meeting, May 20th

maj 20, kl 13:00 - 18:00
Segerfalk lecture Hall, BMC A-house, Wallenberg Neurocentrum, Sölvegatan 17
Lund, Sverige
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For more information, please see the detailed program: Invitation StrokeSyd 20May2019

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Disputation Anna Norlander

maj 29, kl 09:00 - 12:00
H01 + H02, Health Sciences Centre, Baravägen 3
Lund, 222 40
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Activity and participation long term after stroke

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oktober 2019

Strokedagen i Lund – med anledning av internationella strokedagen

oktober 29, kl 13:00 - 16:30
Aulan Lund

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november 2019

Minisymposium Translational Stroke Research – From Bench to Bedside

november 21, kl 14:00 - 17:00
BMC D15 Belfragesalen Lund, + Google Map

Lund BMC D15 Belfragesalen   Welcome and Introduction   Professor Martin E. Schwab, ETH Zurich, Switzerland Neurobiological mechanisms of functional recovery after spinal cord injury or stroke; from the lab bench to the clinic with a neurite growth enhancing therapy.   Professor Dirk Hermann, University Hospital Essen, Germany Promoting brain remodeling in ischemic stroke at subcellular, cellular and tissue scales.   Professor Denis Vivien, University Caen-Normandie, France What we can learn from experimental stroke models for translation to clinic.  …

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