International Symposium of Brain/MINDS ISBM2019
– from Structure to Function –

Date: Jan 29, 2019 9:20-18:15

Venue: Ito Hall, The University of Tokyo

Opening Remarks

Shigeo Okabe (Program Supervisor, University of Tokyo)


Plenary Speakers

Hideyuki Okano (Keio University, RIKEN CBS)
Brain Mapping and Disease Modeling using Common Marmosets


Walter J. Koroshetz (NINDS, NIH, Brain Initiative, USA)
State of NIH BRAIN Initiative.


Katrin Amunts (Human Brain Project, University of Düsseldorf)
Human Brain Project – concepts, computing and collaboration


Hongkui Zeng (Allen Institute for Brain Science, USA)
Mapping cell types and circuits in the mouse brain


Mu-ming Poo (China Brain Project, Chinese Academy of Science)
Macaque models for biomedical research


Luncheon Session

Poster Session

Guest Workshop Speakers

Brain Structure
14:35  Marcello Rosa (Monash University)
15:05  Junichi Hata (RIKEN)
15:25  Shin Ishii (University of Kyoto)


Brain Function
16:00  Mark Schnitzer (Stanford University)
16:30 Kenichi Ohki (University of Tokyo)
16:50 Atsushi Miyawaki (RIKEN)

Developmental Engineering
17:10 Erika Sasaki (Central Institute for Experimental Animals)

Disease Model
17:30 Takafumi Minamimoto (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology)
17:50 Takuya Takahashi (Yokohama City University)
18:10-18:15 Closing Remarks (RIKEN)

Social gathering

Ito International Research Center

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Luncheon Session
Session title:
Inscopix in Japan: catalyzing brain research in marmosets and beyond

Kunal Ghosh, PhD, Inscopix CEO
Jonathan Nassi, PhD, Inscopix Lead Scientist

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