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The 3rd International Workshop on Human Brain Banking

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The 3rd International Workshop on Human Brain Banking in China' on May 25-27, 2018 in Hangzhou, China. This meeting is sponsored by Chinese Society for Anatomical Science (CSAS) and Zhejiang University School of Medicine.

This workshop will be the third in a series, following the successful accomplishment of the first and the second ‘International Workshop on Human Brain Banking in China’ in 2014 and 2016, respectively, when China human brain banking was initiated and the China Human Brain Banking Consortium was founded. This meeting will be a great opportunity to meet with colleagues in this field from all over the world and share the latest development in human brain banking and related human brain research.

China is still far away from the western countries in the development of human brain banking, and these meetings help to establish a network of brain banks in China in close collaboration with brain banks in the West. In addition to a series of seminars, we will provide a training workshop on the standard operational protocol of human brain banking, giving attention e.g. to quality control including neuropathological diagnosis. We would appreciate your expert contribution to support our effort to advance this frontier.

 

Conference Program

Friday, May 25, 2018.  Hangzhou Zijingang International Hotel, Zijin Hall

Program

Session Chair

Topics

Speakers

8:00-9:00

      Registration

9:00-9:10

Aimin Bao

    Opening Speech

Shumin Duan

9:10-9:20

Welcome Speech

Changman Zhou

9:20-9:30

Welcome Speech

Aimin Bao

Session 1Building up Human Brain Banking Network

9:30-9:50

Liwei Zhang

&

Dick Swaab

How to set up an efficient, ethical and dynamic brain banking network (as an example the European experience)

Ingeborg  Huitinga

9:50-10:10

China Brain Banking Consortium for Brain Project of China

Chao Ma

10:10-10:30

 

     Tea break

10:30-10:50

 

Collecting, storing and mining research data in the Stanley Brain Bank

Maree Webster

10:50-11:10

Brain banking for aging and Alzheimer’s disease study

Yong Shen

11:10-11:30

         Q&A, Panel Discussion

Session speakers

11:30-13:00

 Buffet Lunch

Session 2Postmortem studies on Neuropsychiatric disorders-1

13:00-13:20

Xiaoxin Yan

&

Maree Webster

 

Human brain study on suicide

Dick Swaab

13:20-13:40

The extending field of neurodegenerative disorders

Jing Zhang

13:40-14:00

Cognitive, behavioral and pathological correlates of synaptic change in dementia

Paul Thomas Francis

14:00-14:20

Early development of human brain and brain banking

Xiaoqun Wang

14:20-14:40

        Q&A, Panel Discussion

Session Speakers

14:40-15:10

 

   Tea Break

 

Session 3Postmortem studies on Neuropsychiatric disorders-2

15:10-15:30

Chao Ma

&

Paul Thomas Francis

Neuronal activation in preclinical Alzheimer brains

Aimin Bao

15:30-15:50

Sortilin fragments as a new senile plaque component in man

Xiaoxin Yan

15:50-16:10

Lewy body pathology and neurodegeneration

Daniel Erskine

16:10-16:30

Plastination of postmortem brain material for teaching and study

Kees de Jong

16:30-16:50

         Q&A, Panel Discussion

Session Speakers

16:50-17:00

 Summary Speech

Chao Ma

17:00-19:00

                        Buffet Dinner

         

 Training Program

 

Saturday, May 26,2018.

 Program

 Topics

 Speakers

Session 1SOP of Human Brain Banking

  Zhejiang University School of Medicine, Teaching Building B.

8:30-8:50

                     Registration

8:50-9:00

                   Opening speech

Aimin Bao

9:00-10:30

Human brain dissection (will make a movie shared by China Brain Banking Network)

Annemieke Rozemuller

10:30-10:50

                       Tea break

10:50-11:20

Quality control of immunohistochemistry for brain banking

Jim Manavis

11:20-11:30

                  Q&A, Panel Discussion

11:30-12:30

                        Lunch

Session2Postmortem human brain Imaging

Huajiachi campus, Zhejiang University

13:30-13:50

Bridge postmortem human brain imaging and immunohistochemistry

Laura Jonkman

13:50-16:30

Protocol of postmortem human brain MRI

 

Hongjian He & Laura Jonkman

 

 

Sunday, May 27,2018. 

 Program

 Topics

 Speakers

Session3Neuropathological diagnosis– practice

Zhejiang University School of Medicine, Teaching Building B

9:00-10:00

  1. Procedure of neuropathological diagnosis and quality control;

Jing Zhang,

Yue Huang

&Annemieke Rozemuller

10:00-11:10

  1. Special cases

11:10-11:30

            Q&A, Panel Discussion

11:30-12:00

       The closing ceremony of the training class

All the trainees

12:00

                 The End

 

 

 

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