About this Research Topic
This Research Topic welcomes participants from the Dutch Neuroscience Meeting 2018 to contribute an article with the goal of representing the current state of Dutch Neuroscience. We would like to demonstrate the breadth and variety of work currently being undertaken and offer a platform to showcase the proceedings, research and ideas brought up during this year's meeting.
The annual Dutch Neuroscience Meeting takes place on 7th-8th June 2018 in Lunteren, the Netherlands. During the meeting scientists and clinicians among various research disciplines in the field of neuroscience, including neuroendocrinology, psychology, neurology and psychiatry meet and share their knowledge. The scientific programme facilitates and stimulates the integration between scientists. Sessions and keynote lecturers feature internationally renowned senior researchers alongside postdocs and Ph.D. students.
This collection of articles seeks contributions around the following topics that will be addressed during the Meeting: stress modulation, (maternal) depression, big data in neuroscience, reward & the mesolimbic dopamine system, food & the brain, response inhibition, single cell analysis, networked brain, addiction, brain lipid metabolism, inflammation in aging and brain diseases, sexual dysfunction, cognitive enhancing drugs, fast-spiking interneurons, exercise & hippocampal plasticity, Alzheimer disease, nutrition & cognitive performance, astrocyte dysfunction, compulsivity, memory engram, vascular view of the brain, neuronal in vitro systems, and aggression.
Keywords: stress, big data in neuroscience, plasticity, developmental diseases, regenerative diseases
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