RegPep2020

Program

  • 9.18

    12:00 -14:00

    Princesa V

    Extended Council meeting

    IRPS Council, Executive Body and RegPep2020 Program Committee meeting

  • 9.18

    14:00 - 17:00

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary Symposium

    Current topics in regulatory peptide research

    Gareth Leng

    Chair

    Edinburgh, UK

    Centre for Dicovery Brain Sciences,The University of Edinburgh

  • 9.18

    14:00 - 17:00

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary Symposium

    Current topics in regulatory peptide research

    Real-time two-photon imaging of the rat hypothalamus in vivo

    Javier Stern

    Speaker

    Atlanta, USA

    Georgia State University

  • 9.18

    14:00 - 17:00

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary Symposium

    Current topics in regulatory peptide research

    Mechanisms of signalling in G protein-coupled receptors.

    Patrick Sexton

    Speaker

    Melbourn, Australia

    Monash University

  • 9.18

    14:00 - 17:00

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary Symposium

    Current topics in regulatory peptide research

    Circadian Homeostasis, driven by peptides of the central clock

    Andries Kalsbeek

    Speaker

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

    The Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience

  • 9.18

    14:00 - 17:00

    Atlantes Amptheater

    Plenary Symposium

    Current topics in regulatory peptide research

    The peptidergic control circuit for sighing

    Peng Li

    Speaker

    Ann Arbor, USA

    The University of Michigan

  • 9.18

    14:00 - 17:00

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary Symposium

    Current topics in regulatory peptide research

    Optogenetic control of neuromodulatory circuits in brain states

    Luis De Lecea

    Speaker

    Stanford, USA

    Stanford University

  • 9.18

    14:00 - 17:00

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary Symposium

    Current topics in regulatory peptide research

    Fast and slow co-transmission in the modulatory system

    Marisela Morales

    Speaker

    Beltimore, USA

    NIDA-IRP, NIH

  • 9.18

    17:00 - 19:00

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Opening Ceremony

    Lay Lecture

    Opioids from an international policy point of view: from their availability to the prevention of their abuse

    Raúl Martín del Campo

    speaker

    Mexico, Mexico

    The International Narcotics Control Board-INCB, United Nations

  • 9.18

    19:00 - 22:00

    Ocean hall/Pool area

    Welcome Reception

  • 9.19

    8:30 - 9:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary

    Plenary lecture 1

    Neural circuits linking stress, anxiety and motivation

    Carmen Sandi

    Speaker

    Lausanne, Switzerland

    Brain and Mind Institute Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) and Federation of European Neuroscience Societies

  • 9.19

    9:45 - 10:45

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Datablitz presentation

    Selected poster presenters - travel awardees

    Chair of RegPep2020

    Ruud Buijs

    Chair

    Mexico, Mexico

    Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas, UNAM

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa Rooms

    Concurent Symposia (CS)

    Block 1

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 1

    Oxytocin in energy balance

    Pawel Olszewski

    Co-Chair

    Hamilton, New Zealand

    Waikato University

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 1

    Oxytocin in energy balance

    James Blevins

    Co-Chair

    Seatle, USA

    University of Washington

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 1

    Oxytocin in energy balance

    Oxytocin as a pharmacological tool to regulate meal size

    Pawel Olszewski

    Speaker

    Hamilton, New Zealand

    Waikato University

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 1

    Oxytocin in energy balance

    Dysregulation of hypothalamic gene expression and the oxytocin system by diabetogenic soybean oil diets in mice

    Margarita Curras-Collazo

    Speaker

    Riverside, USA

    UC Riverside

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 1

    Oxytocin in energy balance

    Central oxytocin in social and reward-based feeding

    Emily Noble

    Speaker

    Athens, USA

    University of Georgia

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 1

    Oxytocin in energy balance

    Use of oxytocin as a therapeutic strategy to treat obesity in diet-induced obese rodents and nonhuman primates

    James Blevins

    Speaker

    Seatle, USA

    University of Washington

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 1

    The effect of exogenous neuropeptides on central signaling and behavior

    Mary Lee

    Chair

    Bethesda, USA

    NIAAA, NIH

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 1

    The effect of exogenous neuropeptides on central signaling and behavior

    Evidence of central signaling after systemic administration of oxytocin

    Mary Lee

    Speaker

    Bethesda, USA

    NIAAA

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 1

    The effect of exogenous neuropeptides on central signaling and behavior

    The role of oxytocin in modulating empathic altruism within and between social groups

    Nina Marsh

    Speaker

    Bad Zwischenahn, Germany

    Car von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 1

    The effect of exogenous neuropeptides on central signaling and behavior

    A novel therapeutic target for anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorders

    Rene Hurlemann

    Speaker

    Bad Zwischenahn, Germany

    Car von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 1

    The effect of exogenous neuropeptides on central signaling and behavior

    Molecular envelope technology (MET) for the delivery of therapeutic peptides to the brain

    Andreas Schatzlein

    Speaker

    London, UK

    School of Pharmacy, UCL

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 1

    Neuroanatomy of brain peptidergic circuits: contribution to cognition and behavior

    Limei Zhang

    Chair

    Mexico, Mexico

    School of Medicine, UNAM

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 1

    Neuroanatomy of brain peptidergic circuits: contribution to cognition and behavior

    VGLUT-VGAT co-expression in PACAP/PAC1 signaling delineates multisensory-cognitive-locomotor controlling circuits

    Lee E. Eiden

    Speaker

    Bethesda, USA

    SMN, NIMH, NIH

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 1

    Neuroanatomy of brain peptidergic circuits: contribution to cognition and behavior

    Hindbrain to extended amygdala HiFi circuits modulate medial and lateral preoptic hypothalamus for defensive locomotion

    Limei Zhang

    Speaker

    Mexico, Mexico

    School of Medicine, UNAM

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 1

    Neuroanatomy of brain peptidergic circuits: contribution to cognition and behavior

    Peptidergic signaling in a hypothalamic to hindbrain circuit prioritizes hunger over pain

    Nicholas Betley

    Speaker

    Philadelphia, USA

    Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania

  • 9.19

    12:30 - 12:45

    Princesa III

    CS block 1

    Neuroanatomy of brain peptidergic circuits: contribution to cognition and behavior

    Corticotroph plasticity in stress: at the brain-endocrine interface

    Peter Duncan

    Speaker

    Edinburgh, UK

    Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences,The University of Edinburgh

  • 9.19

    12:45 - 13:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 1

    Neuroanatomy of brain peptidergic circuits: contribution to cognition and behavior

    Prolactin action in the medial preoptic area is necessary for postpartum maternal nursing behavior

    Rosie Brown

    Speaker

    Dunedin, UK

    University of Otago

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 1

    Chromogranins and vascular, immune, and metabolic regulation

    Sushil Mahata

    Chair

    San Diego, USA

    UCSD

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 1

    Chromogranins and vascular, immune, and metabolic regulation

    Regulation of immunometabolism by catestatin

    Sushil Mahata

    Speaker

    San Diego, USA

    UCSD

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 1

    Chromogranins and vascular, immune, and metabolic regulation

    Chromogranins as the main actor in the accumulation of amines in secretory vesicles

    Ricardo Borges

    Speaker

    Tenerife, Spain

    University of La Laguna.

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 1

    Chromogranins and vascular, immune, and metabolic regulation

    Regulation of immunometabolism by catestatin.

    Bhavani Shankar Sahu

    Speaker

    New Delhi, India

    National Brain Research Centre

  • 9.19

    11:00 - 13:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 1

    Chromogranins and vascular, immune, and metabolic regulation

    Chromogranin A and its cleavage product Catestatin control gut immune homeostasis and microbial composition

    Geert van den Boogaart

    Speaker

    Groningen, Netherlands

    Groningen Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnology Institute (GBB)

  • 9.19

    13:00 - 14:45

    Princesa Foyer

    Lunch and Poster presentation

    Lunch and Poster presentation (1st of 3 sessions)

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa Rooms

    Concurent Symposia (CS)

    Block 2

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa Rooms

    CS block 2

    Peptides at the intersection of emotion and eating

    Ki Goosens

    Co-Chair

    New York, USA

    Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 2

    Peptides at the intersection of emotion and eating

    Alfonso Abizaid

    Co-Chair

    Ottawa, Canada

    Carleton University

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 2

    Peptides at the intersection of emotion and eating

    The role of melanin-concentrating hormone on appetitive processes

    Scott Kanoski

    Speaker

    California, USA

    USC

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 2

    Peptides at the intersection of emotion and eating

    Conditional deletion of melanin-concentrating hormone receptor 1 from GABAergic neurons increases locomotor activity

    Melissa Chee

    Speaker

    Carleston, Canada

    Department of Neuroscience, University of Carleton

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 2

    Peptides at the intersection of emotion and eating

    Nociceptin in binge eating and reward: Central Amygdala Prepronociceptin-Expressing Neurons Mediate Palatable Food Consumption and Reward

    Thomas Kash

    Speaker

    North Carolina, USA

    University of North Carolina

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 2

    Peptides at the intersection of emotion and eating

    The role of insulin in reward

    Carrie Ferrario

    Speaker

    Ann Arbor, USA

    University of Michigan

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 2

    Limbic neuropeptide modulators of emotion: implications for fear, anxiety, and appetitive behaviors

    Joanna Dabrowska

    Chair

    Chicago, USA

    Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science,

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 2

    Limbic neuropeptide modulators of emotion: implications for fear, anxiety, and appetitive behaviors

    Oxytocin receptor transmission facilitates fear memory to predictable threats by inhibiting output neurons of the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis (BNST).

    Joanna Dabrowska

    Speaker

    Chicago, USA

    Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science,

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 2

    Limbic neuropeptide modulators of emotion: implications for fear, anxiety, and appetitive behaviors

    A role for angiotensin II in emotional flexibility and fear-based disorders

    Paul J Marvar

    Speaker

    Washington DC, USA

    George Washington University,

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 2

    Limbic neuropeptide modulators of emotion: implications for fear, anxiety, and appetitive behaviors

    A drug targeting the peptide Neurokinin B receptor with sex-opposite effects in memory

    Raul Andero Gali

    Speaker

    Barcelona, Spain

    Autonomous University of Barcelona

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 2

    Limbic neuropeptide modulators of emotion: implications for fear, anxiety, and appetitive behaviors

    Neurotensin in reward processes

    Zoe Anatasia McElligott

    Speaker

    Chapel Hill, USA

    University of North Carolina

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 2

    Human neuropeptides in health and disease

    Aimin Bao

    Co-Chair

    Hangzhou, China

    Zhejiang University

  • nan

    Princesa III

    CS block 2

    Human neuropeptides in health and disease

    Dick Swaab

    Co-Chair

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 2

    Human neuropeptides in health and disease

    Sex differences in hypothalamic neuropeptide systems and depression

    Aimin Bao

    Speaker

    Hangzhou, China

    Zhejiang University

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 2

    Human neuropeptides in health and disease

    Hypothalamic neuron-glial interaction in metabolic disorders

    Chun-Xia Yi

    Speaker

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Academisch Medisch Centrum Universiteit van Amsterdam

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 2

    Human neuropeptides in health and disease

    The Kisspeptin system in reproduction and emotions

    Erik Hrabovszky

    Speaker

    Budapest, Hungary

    Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 2

    Human neuropeptides in health and disease

    Changes of the hypocretin/orexin in schizophrenia

    Jing Lu

    Speaker

    Hangzhou, china

    Zhejiang University

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 2

    Integration of homeostasis by the hypothalamo-neurohypophyseal system

    Andre Mecawi

    Chair

    Sao Paulo, Brazil

    Universidade Federal de São Paulo

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 2

    Integration of homeostasis by the hypothalamo-neurohypophyseal system

    Regulation of the supraoptic nucleus by gut peptides

    David Murphy

    Speaker

    Bristol, UK

    University of Bristol

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 2

    Integration of homeostasis by the hypothalamo-neurohypophyseal system

    Transgenic approaches to reveal physiological role of central vasopressin system

    Yoichi Ueta

    Speaker

    Kitakyushu, Japan

    University of Occupational and Environmental Health

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 2

    Integration of homeostasis by the hypothalamo-neurohypophyseal system

    Estrogen control of hypothalamo-neurohypophyseal gene expression and hormonal secretion

    Andre Mecawi

    Speaker

    Sao Paulo, Brazil

    Universidade Federal de São Paulo

  • 9.19

    15:00 - 17:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 2

    Integration of homeostasis by the hypothalamo-neurohypophyseal system

    Anabolic and Anti-catabolic Effects of Oxytocin on Skeletal Muscle Protein Metabolism

    Danilo Lustrino

    Speaker

    Sergipe, Brazil

    Federal University of Sergipe

  • 9.19

    17:30 - 18:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary

    Plenary lecture 2

    Sexual differentiation of the human brain

    Dick Swaab

    Speaker

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience

  • 9.19

    19:00 - 21:00

    TBC

    Social event

    IRPS Council, Program Committee and Distinguished Members Reception (invitations)

  • 9.20

    8:30 - 9:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary

    Plenary lecture 3

    Conus venom peptides: from prey-capture mechanisms to biomedical potential

    Baldomero (Toto) Olivera

    Speaker

    Salt Lake City, USA

    The University of Utah

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa Rooms

    Concurent Symposia (CS)

    Block 3

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 3

    Body-brain interactions in obesity and diabetes

    Susanne La Fleur

    Chair

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

    University of Amsterdam

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 3

    Body-brain interactions in obesity and diabetes

    Neuropeptide Y and the motivation to eat

    Susanne La Fleur

    Speaker

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

    University of Amsterdam

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 3

    Body-brain interactions in obesity and diabetes

    High fat food biases hypothalamic and mesolimbic expression of consummatory drives

    Michael Krashes

    Speaker

    Bethesda, USA

    NIH/NIDDK,

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 3

    Body-brain interactions in obesity and diabetes

    Ghrelin in appetitive processing and metabolism

    Alfonso Abizaid

    Speaker

    Ottawa, Canada

    Carleton University

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 3

    Body-brain interactions in obesity and diabetes

    Insulin signalling on oxytocin neurones

    Luis Paiva

    Speaker

    Valdivia, Chile

    Universidad Austral de Chile

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 3

    Ascending peptidergic transmission and modulation of memory, emotion and reward

    Andrew Gundlach

    Chair

    Melbourn, Australia

    Florey Institute

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 3

    Ascending peptidergic transmission and modulation of memory, emotion and reward

    Medial habenular TCF7L2 and HHIP modulating the breakpoints in nicotine taking behavior and risk for diabetes

    Stephanie Caligiuri

    Speaker

    New York, USA

    Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 3

    Ascending peptidergic transmission and modulation of memory, emotion and reward

    Gut signaling effects on hypothalamic and reward circuitry

    Amber Alhadeff

    Speaker

    Philadelphia, USA

    University of Pennsylvania

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 3

    Ascending peptidergic transmission and modulation of memory, emotion and reward

    Influence of relaxin-3/GABA neurons in the nucleus incertus on memory, emotion and reward

    Andrew Gundlach

    Speaker

    Melbourn, Australia

    Florey Institute

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 3

    Ascending peptidergic transmission and modulation of memory, emotion and reward

    Neuropeptide regulation of social fear within the lateral septum

    Rohit Menon

    Speaker

    Regensburg, Germany

    University of Regensburg

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 3

    Neuropeptide actions on the stress response

    Inga Neumann

    Co-Chair

    Regensburg, Germany

    University of Regensburg

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 3

    Neuropeptide actions on the stress response

    Gil Levkowitz

    Co-Chair

    Rehovolt, Israel

    Weizmann Institute

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 3

    Neuropeptide actions on the stress response

    Peptidergic modulation of stress response in zebrafish

    Gil Levkowitz

    Speaker

    Rehovolt, Israel

    Weizmann Institute

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 3

    Neuropeptide actions on the stress response

    Interactions of oxytocin and the HPA axis

    Inga Neumann

    Speaker

    Regensburg, Germany

    University of Regensburg

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 3

    Neuropeptide actions on the stress response

    Hypothalamic CRH neurons in innate defensive strategies

    Jaideep Bains

    Speaker

    Calgary, Canada

    Hotchkiss Brain Institute

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 3

    Neuropeptide actions on the stress response

    Neural signatures of stress in the CRH system

    Karl Iremonger

    Speaker

    Dunedin , New Zealand

    Otago University

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 3

    Peptide transmission, stress and the extended amygdala

    Lee Eiden

    Chair

    Bethesda, USA

    NIMH, NIH

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 3

    Peptide transmission, stress and the extended amygdala

    Extended amygdala neuropeptide circuits driving arousal, affect, and addiction

    Will Giardino

    Speaker

    Stanford, USA

    Stanford University

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 3

    Peptide transmission, stress and the extended amygdala

    Neuropeptides and Anxiety: Actions of CRH and PACAP in Central Amygdala

    Valentina Sabino

    Speaker

    Massachusets, USA

    Boston University School of Medicine

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 3

    Peptide transmission, stress and the extended amygdala

    Behavioral significance of conditional ablation of PACAPergic projections from brain stem to amygdala

    Sunny Z. Jiang

    Speaker

    Bethesda, USA

    National Institutes of Health

  • 9.20

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 3

    Peptide transmission, stress and the extended amygdala

    Neuropeptides encode parabrachial nucleus inputs to telecephalic structures that determine behavioral responses to pain and other sensory stimuli

    Sung Han

    Speaker

    California, USA

    Salk Institute’s Clayton Laboratories for Peptide Biology

  • 9.20

    12:00 - 13:30

    Princesa Foyer

    Lunch and Poster presentation

    Lunch and Poster presentation (2nd of 3 sessions)

  • 9.20

    13:30 - 14:30

    Pincesa VI-VII

    Special event

    Editors-in-Chief /Editors Luncheon

    Journal of Neuroendocrinology

    Julian Mercer

    Chair

    Aberdeen , UK

    The University of Aberdeen

  • 9.20

    14:30 -

    Social event

    Social afternoon

  • 9.20

    17:00 - 19:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Special event

    Workshop: Neuropeptide-liganded GPCRs: Therapeutic Possibilities in Biased and Alternative Signaling

    Lee Eiden

    Co-Chair

    Bethesda, USA

    NIMH-IRP, NIH

  • 9.20

    17:00 - 19:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Special event

    Workshop: Neuropeptide-liganded GPCRs: Therapeutic Possibilities in Biased and Alternative Signaling

    Patrick Sexton

    Co-Chair

    Melbounr, Australia

    Monash University

  • 9.20

    17:00 - 19:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Special event

    Workshop: Neuropeptide-liganded GPCRs: Therapeutic Possibilities in Biased and Alternative Signaling

    GLP-1 receptor signaling to ERK through NCS-Rapgef2: a Neuroendocrine-specific MAPK pathway in endocrine pancreas

    Wenqin Xu

    Speaker

    Bethesda, USA

    NIMH-IRP, NIH

  • 9.20

    17:00 - 19:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Special event

    Workshop: Neuropeptide-liganded GPCRs: Therapeutic Possibilities in Biased and Alternative Signaling

    Class B receptor recognition and RAMPs: Physiological and pharmacological implications

    Debbie L. Hay

    Speaker

    Auckland and Dunedin, New Zealand

    Univ. Auckland & Univ. Otago

  • 9.20

    17:00 - 19:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Special event

    Workshop: Neuropeptide-liganded GPCRs: Therapeutic Possibilities in Biased and Alternative Signaling

    Somatostatin and somatostatin analog signaling to stromal cells in pancreatic cancer

    Corrine Bousquet

    Speaker

    Toulouse, France

    INSERM U531

  • 9.20

    17:00 - 19:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Special event

    Workshop: Neuropeptide-liganded GPCRs: Therapeutic Possibilities in Biased and Alternative Signaling

    Biased signaling at the urotensin II receptor and its physiological consequences

    Hélène Castel

    Speaker

    Rouen, France

    University of Rouen

  • 9.20

    17:00 - 19:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Special event

    Workshop: Neuropeptide-liganded GPCRs: Therapeutic Possibilities in Biased and Alternative Signaling

    Peptide engagement at class B receptors: a manifold of binding sites and signaling possibilities

    Denise Wootten

    Speaker

    Melbourne, Australia

    Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

  • 9.20

    17:00 - 19:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Special event

    Workshop: Neuropeptide-liganded GPCRs: Therapeutic Possibilities in Biased and Alternative Signaling

    Ghrelin signaling in the brain and its effects in central stress circuits

    Ki Goosens

    Speaker

    New York, USA

    Icahn School of Medicine

  • 9.20

    20:00 - 23:00

    Pierre Bar, Pierre Mundo Imperial

    Social event

    Young Investigator/Graduate Students Reception: Let’s dance, RegPep!

    Vito S. Hernández, Mario A. Zetter and Elba Campos L.

    Hosts

    Mexico, Mexico

    UNAM

  • 9.21

    8:30 - 9:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary

    Plenary lecture 4

    How does a single neuropeptide elicit pleiotropic behavioral and metabolic effects? Oxytocin as an example

    Valery Grinevich

    Speaker

    Mannheim, Germany

    Central Institute for Mental Health, University of Heidelberg

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa Rooms

    Concurent Symposia (CS)

    Block 4

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 4

    From perception to social behavior: vasopressinergic regulation in health and disease

    Dora Zelena

    Chair

    Budapest, Hungary

    Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungary Academy of Science

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 4

    From perception to social behavior: vasopressinergic regulation in health and disease

    Vasopressin in olfactory and visual processing

    Mike Ludwig

    Speaker

    Edinburgh, UK

    Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences, University of Edinburgh

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 4

    From perception to social behavior: vasopressinergic regulation in health and disease

    Social development and vasopressin

    Matthew Paul

    Speaker

    Buffalo, USA

    University of Buffalo

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 4

    From perception to social behavior: vasopressinergic regulation in health and disease

    Sex differences in the juvenile and adult vasopressin system in the regulation of social behavior

    Alexa Veenema

    Speaker

    East Lansing, Michigan

    Michigan State University,

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 4

    From perception to social behavior: vasopressinergic regulation in health and disease

    Vasopressin and sociability in autism and schizophrenia

    Dora Zelena

    Speaker

    Budapest, Hungary

    Hungarian Academy of Sciences

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 4

    Peptides and behavior

    Arpad Dobolyi

    Co-Chair

    Budapest, Hungary

    Eotvos Lorand University

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 4

    Peptides and behavior

    Oxytocin neurons enable social transmission of maternal behaviour

    Ioana Carcea

    Speaker

    New Jersey, USA

    Rutgers University

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 4

    Peptides and behavior

    The role of insulin- and oxytocin-like peptides in regulating social behavior in ants

    Ingrid A Fetter-Pruneda

    Speaker

    Mexico, Mexico

    Instituto de Investigaciones Biomedicas

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 4

    Peptides and behavior

    Thalamic integration of social stimuli regulating parental behavior and the oxytocin system

    Arpad Dobolyi

    Speaker

    Budapest, Hungary

    Semmelweis University

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 4

    Peptides and behavior

    Interactions between oxytocin with the HPA axis in social behavior in a monogamous rodent species

    Zuoxin Wang

    Speaker

    Florida, USA

    Florida State University

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 4

    Peptidergic regulation of nociception and pain

    Alexandre Charlet

    Chair

    Strasbourg, France

    University of Strasbourg

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 4

    Peptidergic regulation of nociception and pain

    Oxytocin-induced astrocytes activation in the central amygdala

    Alexandre Charlet

    Speaker

    Strasbourg, France

    University of Strasbourg

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 4

    Peptidergic regulation of nociception and pain

    Relaxin-mediated basolateral amygdala modulation induces analgesia

    Marc Landry

    Speaker

    Bordeaux, France

    University of Bordeaux, France

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 4

    Peptidergic regulation of nociception and pain

    New neurotensin analog as relevant analgesic molecules

    Magali Chartier

    Speaker

    Sherbrooke, Canada

    University of Sherbrooke, Canada.

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 4

    Peptidergic regulation of nociception and pain

    Parvalbumin calcium buffer peptide contribute to spinal integration of nociception.

    Reza Sharif-Naeni

    Speaker

    Quebec, Canada

    McGill University

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 4

    Brain–body interaction in reproduction

    Luis Miguel García-Segura

    Co-Chair

    Madrid, Spain

    Cajal Institute

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 4

    Brain–body interaction in reproduction

    Geert de Vries

    Co-Chair

    Georgia, USA

    Georgia State University

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 4

    Brain–body interaction in reproduction

    Peptides and behavior in birds

    Simone Meddle

    Speaker

    Edinburgh, UK

    University of Edinburgh

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 4

    Brain–body interaction in reproduction

    Gonadal hormones and timing of functional brain development

    Geert de Vries

    Speaker

    Georgia, USA

    Georgia State University

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 4

    Brain–body interaction in reproduction

    Kisspeptins and their involvement in reproduction and temperature regulation.

    Stephanie Padilla

    Speaker

    Massachussetts, USA

    University of Massachusetts

  • 9.21

    10:00 - 12:01

    Princesa IV

    CS block 5

    Brain–body interaction in reproduction

    The role of aromatase enzyme in brain development, synaptic plasticity, arginine-vasopressin expression, neuroprotection and cognition

    Luis Miguel Garcia-Segura

    Speaker

    Madrid, Spain

    Cajal Institute

  • 9.21

    12:00 - 13:30

    Princesa Foyer

    Lunch and Poster presentation

    Lunch and Poster presentation (3rd of 3 sessions)

  • 9.21

    13:30 - 14:30

    Pincesa VI-VII

    Special event

    Peptide Pioneers Roundtable

    Robert Millar

    Co-Chair

    Pretoria, South Africa

    University of Pretoria

  • 9.21

    13:30 - 14:30

    Pincesa VI-VII

    Special event

    Peptide Pioneers Roundtable

    Gareth Leng

    Co-Chair

    Edinburgh, UK

    Centre for dicovery Brain Sciences,The University of Edinburgh

  • 9.21

    13:30 - 14:30

    Pincesa VI-VII

    Special event

    Peptide Pioneers Roundtable

    Luis Miguel García-Segura

    Panel member

    Madrid, Spain

    Cajal Institute

  • 9.21

    13:30 - 14:30

    Pincesa VI-VII

    Special event

    Peptide Pioneers Roundtable

    Dick Swaab

    Panel member

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience

  • 9.21

    13:30 - 14:30

    Pincesa VI-VII

    Special event

    Peptide Pioneers Roundtable

    Ruud Buijs

    Panel member

    Mexico, Mexico

    Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas, UNAM

  • 9.21

    15:00 - 18:00

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Special event

    IRPS General Asembly

    IRPS Distinguished Members Recognition Ceremony

    Lee E. Eiden

    Co-President

    Bethesda, USA

    NIMH-IRP, NIH

  • 9.21

    IRPS General Asembly

    Executive Report; Councillors, Officers and President-Elect Elections; General Discussion.

    Limei Zhang

    Co-President

    Mexico, Mexico

    Med School, UNAM

  • 9.21

    19:00 - 22:00

    Salón Diamonte

    Social event

    Conference Banquet

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa Rooms

    Concurent Symposia (CS)

    Block 5

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 5

    The circadian system

    Ruud Buijs

    Chair

    Mexico, Mexico

    Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas, UNAM

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 5

    The circadian system

    The suprachiasmatic nucleus; a responsive clock regulating homeostasis by daily changing the set points of physiological parameters

    Ruud Buijs

    Speaker

    Mexico, Mexico

    Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas, UNAM

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 5

    The circadian system

    The importance of VIP signaling for the control of corticosterone secretion (15 min)

    Jeff Jones

    Speaker

    St. Louis, USA

    Washington University at St. Louis

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 5

    The circadian system

    In vivo single cell calcium changes of vasopressin cells of the SCN

    Alec Davidson

    Speaker

    Atlanta, USA

    Morehouse School of Medicine

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa I

    CS block 5

    The circadian system

    The importance of circadian rhythms for metabolic health

    Carolina Escobar

    Speaker

    Mexico, Mexico

    Faculty of Medicine, UNAM

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 5

    Peptide roles in the neuroimmune system and therapeutic implications

    Teresa Morales

    Chair

    Queretaro, Mexico

    Institute of Neurobiology, UNAM

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 5

    Peptide roles in the neuroimmune system and therapeutic implications

    Toward a better understanding of the central consequences of intestinal inflammation: CRH neurons in the amygdala during colitis

    Quentin Pittman

    Speaker

    Calgary, Canada

    University of Calgary

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 5

    Peptide roles in the neuroimmune system and therapeutic implications

    Protective actions of prolactin in neurotoxin-hippocampal injury

    Teresa Morales

    Speaker

    Queretaro, Mexico

    Institute of Neurobiology, UNAM

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 5

    Peptide roles in the neuroimmune system and therapeutic implications

    The interaction between oxytocin and microglia in spinal pain processing (20 min)

    Abimael González-Hernández

    Speaker

    Queretaro, Mexico

    Institute of Neurobiology, UNAM

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 5

    Peptide roles in the neuroimmune system and therapeutic implications

    Early life stress and neuropeptides: microglial as a possible bridge in shaping neurodevelopment - - synaptic pruning as a example (15 min)

    Mario A. Zetter

    Speaker

    Mexico, Mexico

    Faculty of Medicine, UNAM

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa II

    CS block 5

    Peptide roles in the neuroimmune system and therapeutic implications

    Liver- brain axis underlies circadian anti-inflammatory reflex (15 min)

    Eva Carolina Soto

    Speaker

    Mexico, Mexico

    Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas, UNAM

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 5

    The cardiovascular brain: The role of the renin angiotensin system and circumventricular organs

    Thomas Cunningham

    Co-Chair

    Dallas, USA

    UNT Health Science Center

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 5

    The cardiovascular brain: The role of the renin angiotensin system and circumventricular organs

    Alastair Ferguson

    Co-Chair

    Kingston, Ontario, Canada

    Med School, Queen's University

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 5

    The cardiovascular brain: The role of the renin angiotensin system and circumventricular organs

    Renin angiotensin system finally in the brain?

    Curt Sigmund

    Speaker

    Milwaukee, USA

    Cardiovascular Center, Medical College of Wisconsin

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 5

    The cardiovascular brain: The role of the renin angiotensin system and circumventricular organs

    The brain angiotensin system in neural circuits for hydromineral balance and cardiovascular /metabolic regulation

    Thomas Cunningham

    Speaker

    Dallas, USA

    UNT Health Science Center

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 5

    The cardiovascular brain: The role of the renin angiotensin system and circumventricular organs

    Ghrelin signaling from circulation into the brain.

    Mario Perello

    Speaker

    Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Instituto Multidisciplinario de Biología Celular, Universidad Nacional de la Plata

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa III

    CS block 5

    The cardiovascular brain: The role of the renin angiotensin system and circumventricular organs

    Circumventricular Organs as Sensors and Integrators of Circulating Signals Controlling Ingestive Behaviours

    Alastair Ferguson

    Speaker

    Kingston, Ontario, Canada

    Med School, Queen's University

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:00

    Princesa IV

    CS block 5

    Neuropeptides and Hypophyseal-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis function

    Robert (Bob) Millar

    Chair

    Pretoria, South Africa

    UCT Faculty of Health Sciences

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:02

    Princesa IV

    CS block 5

    Neuropeptides and Hypophyseal-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis function

    Upstream neuropeptides in HPG axis pulse generation

    Victor M Navarro

    Speaker

    Boston, USA

    Harvard Medical School

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:03

    Princesa IV

    CS block 5

    Neuropeptides and Hypophyseal-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis function

    Animal models for neuropeptide function within the HPG axis

    Ulrich Boehm

    Speaker

    Homburg, Germany

    University of Saarland

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:04

    Princesa IV

    CS block 5

    Neuropeptides and Hypophyseal-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis function

    Clinical applications of novel HPG axis neuropeptides

    Waljit Dhillo

    Speaker

    London, UK

    Imperial College

  • 9.22

    8:00 - 10:01

    Princesa IV

    CS block 4

    Neuropeptides and Hypophyseal-pituitary-gonadal (HPG) axis function

    Rescue of function of mutant human GPCRs in the HPG axis

    Robert (Bob) Millar

    Speaker

    Pretoria, South Africa

    UCT Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria

  • 9.22

    10:00 - 11:00

    Check-out if applicable

  • 9.22

    11:00 - 11:30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary

    Neuroscience Special Lecture

    Thalamic control of opioid-associated memory

    Xiaoke Chen

    Speaker

    Stanford, USA

    Stanford University

  • 9.22

    11:30 - 12:15

    Atlantes amphitheater

    Plenary

    Victor Mutt Lecture awardee

    A gut sense for calories

    Diego Bohorquez

    Speaker

    Durham, NC, USA

    Duke University

  • 9.22

    12:15 - 12-30

    Atlantes amphitheater

    RegPep2020 closing ceremony

  • 9.22

    12:30 - 13:00

    TBC

    Group photo

  • 9.23

    Social events

  • 9.24-9.26

    9:00 - 17:00

    Instituto de Neurobiologia, Queretaro, México

    Satellite event

    Post-RegPep2020 satelite event

    Theoretical-practical course on experimental microsurgery in the rat.

    Andrés Quintanar-Stephano, Maricela Luna

    Coordinadors

    Aguascaliente and Queretaro, Mexico

    Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes and UNAM