Neurodevelopment and Neurological diseasesJoin us in Mumbai, India for an exciting and diverse programme that provides an opportunity to learn about the most recent advances in fundamental and disease-focused developmental neuroscience.Abstract SubmissionsAbstracts are invited for presentations on the following topics.Adult neural stem cells - Symposia Circuit plasticity, formation and malformation – SymposiaDirected differentiation and reprogramming – Symposia Early life experience and…See More
Preparations to host all of our colleagues and neuroscientists internationally are progressing exceptionally well. The Program Committee has assembled under the leadership of Tomoaki Shirao a stunning program, choosing from a large number of quality submissions, topics that represent cutting-edge areas of molecular and cellular neuroscience. This integrated scientific program organizes the presentations of 200 scientists in 32 symposia and workshopsSee More
Neuroscience, Neurochemistry, Neurobiology of ageing, Neurotrophic factors.
National Institute of Nutrition (ICMR)
1. Sinha JK, Ghosh S, Raghunath M. Progeria: A rare genetic premature aging disorder. Indian J Med Res; 139(5): 667-74, 2014. [PMID: 25027075].
2. Sinha JK, Ghosh S, Swain U, Giridharan NV, Raghunath M. Increased macromolecular damage due to oxidative stress in the neocortex and hippocampus of WNIN/Ob, a novel rat model of premature aging. Neuroscience; 269: 256–264, 2014. [PMID: 24709042]
3. Mansoor AK, Thomas S, Sinha JK, Alladi PA, Ravi V, Raju TR. Olfactory tract transection reveals robust tissue-level plasticity by cellular numbers and neurotrophic factor expression in olfactory bulb. Indian J Exp Biol; 50(11): 765-770, 2012. [PMID: 23305026]
4. Sinha JK, Ghosh S, Raghunath M. The neuroscience global village: Young investigator program for students from countries with limited resources on the occasion of the 8th IBRO World Congress. BioEssays; 34(1): 7-9, 2012. [PMID: 22170471]
5. Ghosh S, Sinha JK. The need for rejuvenation of Indian biomedical journals. Indian J Med Res; 132: 736-737, 2010. [PMID: 21245625]
6. Sinha JK, Ghosh S. Scoring more than ten plus century - Antiquity in gerontology? Indian J Med Res; 131: 586-587, 2010. [PMID: 20424313]
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