Bertinoro, Italy • 12-18 April 2015
With the support of
The International Astrocyte School is aimed at all those who are attracted by the most intriguing hypotheses on the role of astrocytes in brain function and wish to learn how to best approach these problems. The school, with its strategy of disseminating state-of-the-art knowledge, is especially targeted at young scientists beginning their careers in this field, but is also open to senior scientists wishing to refresh their glial background.
A hallmark of our School is the debate of intriguing concepts, often with contradictory data in current literature. One of the aims of the School is to critically evaluate the available data and possible interpretations, following rigorous and unbiased scientific approaches. Every year, the IAS Agora brings students and faculty together to discuss selected themes, in an open and informal fashion (when possible in the beautiful context of an open-air amphitheatre).
Alfonso Araque, Minneapolis, MN, USA
Etienne Audinat, Paris, France
Paola Bezzi, Lausanne, Switzerland
Giorgio Carmignoto, Padua, Italy
Min Cho, New York, USA
Elly Hol, Utrecht, Netherlands
Frank Kirchhoff, Homburg, Germany
Giovanni Marsicano, Bordeaux, France
Eric Newman, Minneapolis, MN, USA
Aude Panatier, Bordeaux, France
Gertrudis Perea, Madrid, Spain
Gian Michele Ratto, Pisa, Italy
Richard Robitaille, Montréal, QC, Canada
Tobias Stork, Worcester, MA, USA
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