Neural Mechanisms in Cardiovascular Regulation

Neural Mechanisms in Cardiovascular Regulation
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Day One – Sunday, July 14, 2013
4:00 PM-9:00 PM
5:00-6:30pm Keynote Address: Patrice Guyenet, University of Virginia, “Cardiorespiratory
integration in the ventrolateral medulla: an update on the respective roles of the C1
cells and the retrotrapezoid nucleus”
Moderator: Shaun Morrison, Oregon Health & Science University
7:00-9:00pm Welcome Reception & Dinner

Day Two – Monday, July 15, 2013
Session 1: Advances in the Brain Renin Angiotensin System in Cardiovascular Health & Disease
Moderator: Yumei Feng, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
9:00-9:05am Yumei Feng, Tulane University
Introduction
9:05-9:25am Jennifer Wilkinson-Berka, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia (confirmed)
“Do Prorenin and (Pro)renin Receptor Influence Retinal Pathology?”
9:25-9:30am Discussion
9:30-9:50am Eric Lazartigues, Louisiana State University HSC (confirmed)
“Brain ACE2 and DOCA-Salt Hypertension: Mechanisms”
9:50-9:55am Discussion
9:55-10:15am Michael Bader, Max-Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany
(confirmed)
“Transgenic Animal Models in Brain Renin-Angiotensin System Research”
10:15-10:20am Discussion
10:20-10:40am Coffee Break
10:40-11:00am Yumei Feng, Tulane University
“Prorenin Receptor: A new Pathway for Neurogenic Hypertension?”
11:00-11:05am Discussion
11:05-11:35am Two short (10 min) talks with discussions: selected from submitted abstracts
11:35-noon Extended discussion led by moderator: novel hypotheses and approaches
Poster Session
Moderators: Robin Davisson, Weill Cornell Medical College
Shaun Morrison, Oregon Health & Science University
2:00-4:00pm Data “Blitz”
Session 2: Autonomic Regulation of Blood Pressure in Obesity
Moderator: Ann Schreihofer, University of North Texas Health Science Center
7:00-7:05pm Ann Schreihofer, University of North Texas Health Science Center
Introduction
7:05-7:25pm Sean Stocker, Penn State College of Medicine, Hershey, PA (confirmed)
“CNS Mechanisms of Obesity-Induced Hypertension”
7:25-7:30pm Discussion
7:30-7:50pm Daniela Sartor, University of Melbourne, Australia (confirmed)
“Hypertension in Obesity-Prone Rats is Associated with Blunted Renal
Sympathoinhibitory and Regional Vasodilator Responses to Gastric Peptides”
7:50-7:55pm Discussion
7:55-8:15pm Ann Schreihofer, Univ. of North Texas HSC, Ft. Worth, TX (confirmed)
“Brainstem Mechanisms Underlying Altered Sympathetic Regulation of Arterial
Pressure in Obese Zucker Rats”
8:15-8:20pm Discussion
8:20-8:40pm Coffee Break
8:40-9:00pm David Stepp, Georgia Health Sciences University (confirmed)
“Metabolic and Hemodynamic Effects of Deletion of Melanocortin-4 Receptors in
Rats”
9:00-9:05pm Discussion
9:05-9:35pm Two short (10 min) talks with discussions: selected from submitted abstracts
9:35-10:00pm Extended discussion led by moderator: novel hypotheses and approaches

Day three - Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Session 3: To Sleep, Perchance to Breathe – Physiologic Responses to Hypoxemia & Disease
Moderator: Virend Somers, Mayo Clinic
9:00-9:05am Virend Somers, Mayo Clinic
Introduction
9:05-9:25am Nanduri Prabhakar, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL (confirmed)
“Cellular and Molecular Basis of Acute O2 Sensing and Its Physiological
Consequences”
9:25-9:30am Discussion
9:30-9:50am Virginia Pickel, Weill Cornell Medical College (confirmed)
“Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia-Induced Hypothalamic Plasticity and Hypertension”
9:50-9:55am Discussion
9:55-10:15am Benjamin Scherlag, Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (confirmed)
“Autonomics and Atrial Fibrillation in Sleep Apnea”
10:15-10:20am Discussion
10:20-10:40am Coffee Break
10:40-11:00am Virend Somers, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN (confirmed)
“Sleep, Death and the Heart”
11:00-11:05am Discussion
11:05-11:35am Two short (10 min) talks with discussion: selected from submitted abstracts
11:35-noon Extended discussion led by moderator: novel hypotheses and approaches
Session 4: Plasticity Mechanisms within NTS for Modulation of Cardiorespiratory Reflex
Function
Moderator: Michael Andresen, Oregon Health & Science University
7:00-7:05pm Michael Andresen, Oregon Health & Science University
Introduction
7:05-7:25pm Stuart McDougall, University of Melbourne, Australia (confirmed)
“Cranial Afferent Signal Integration at Amygdala-Projecting NTS Neurons”
7:25-7:30pm Discussion
7:30-7:50pm Daneila Accorsi-Mendonca, University of São Paulo, Brazil (confirmed)
“NTS Neurons in Peripheral Chemoreflex Pathways”
7:50-7:55pm Discussion
7:55-8:15pm Tim Ostrowski, University of Missouri (confirmed)
“Reactive Oxygen Species as Signaling Molecules in NTS Cellular Activity”
8:15-8:20pm Discussion
8:20-8:40pm Coffee Break
8:40-9:00pm Mackenzie Hofmann, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR
(confirmed)
“Lipid Signaling at Cardio-respiratory Afferent Transmission in NTS”
9:00-9:05pm Discussion
9:05-9:35pm Two short (10 min) talks with discussion: selected from submitted abstracts
9:35-10:00pm Extended discussion led by moderator: novel hypotheses and approaches

Day Four – Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Session 5: Brain-immune interactions in Health and Disease
Moderator: Costantino Iadecola, Weill Cornell Medical College
9:00-9:05am Costantino Iadecola, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York (confirmed)
Introduction
9:05-9:25am Paul Sawchenko, Salk Institute, San Diego, CA (confirmed)
“Immune Cell Trafficking and Neuroendocrine Regulation”
9:25-9:30am Discussion
9:30-9:50am Paul Kubes, University of Calgary, Canada
“Brain Damage and Systemic Immunosuppression”
9:50-9:55am Discussion
9:55-10:15am Dorian McGavern, NINDS (confirmed)
“Imaging Immune Interactions at the Blood-Brain Barrier”
10:15-10:20am Discussion
10:20-10:40am Coffee Break
10:40-11:00am Costantino Iadecola, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York (confirmed)
“Innate and Adaptive Immune Responses in Stroke and Neurodegeneration”
11:00-11:05am Discussion
11:05-11:35am Two short (10 min) talks with discussion: selected from submitted abstracts
11:35-noon Extended discussion led by moderator: novel hypotheses and approaches
Session 6: Channelopathies in Sympathetic Hyperdrive? Ion Channels in Dysautonomias
Moderator: Glenn Toney, University of Texas Health Science Center-San Antonio
7:00-7:05pm Glenn Toney, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio
Introduction
7:05-7:25pm Qing Hui Chen, Michigan Technical University, Houghton, MI (confirmed)
“SK channels: Role in Salt-Sensitive Hypertension”
7:25-7:30pm Discussion
7:30-7:50pm Mark Shapiro, Univ. of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (confirmed)
“AKAP79/150 Scaffolding Proteins Orchestrate Dual Control Over Sympathetic
Neuron Excitability: Rapid and Long-Term”
7:50-7:55pm Discussion
7:55-8:15pm De-Pei Li, University of Texas - MD Anderson (confirmed)
“Switch to GluR2-Lacking AMPA Receptors Increases Neuronal Excitability in
Hypothalamus and Sympathetic Drive in Hypertension”
8:15-8:20pm Discussion
8:20-8:40pm Coffee Break
8:40-9:00pm Irving Zucker, University of Nebraska College of Medicine (confirmed)
“The Role of Kv4.3 in the RVLM in the Sympatho-Excitation of Heart Failure”
9:00-9:05 Discussion
9:05-9:35pm Two short (10 min) talks with discussion: selected from submitted abstracts
9:35-10:00pm Extended discussion led by moderator: novel hypotheses and approaches

Day Five – Thursday, July 18, 2013
Session 7: Complementary & Alternative Therapies for Chronic Autonomic & Cardiovascular
Diseases
Moderator: Erica Wehrwein, Michigan State University
9:00-9:05am Erica Wehrwein, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Introduction
9:05-9:25am Luciano Bernardi, University of Pavia, Italy (confirmed)
“Cardiovascular and Autonomic Effects of Yoga Breathing Patterns in Chronic
Disease Populations: Heart Failure, Hypertension and COPD”
9:25-9:30am Discussion
9:30-9:50am Kyeongra Yang, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA (confirmed)
“The Effect of Yoga Interventions on Common Risk Factors for Obesity,
Hypertension, High Glucose Levels and High Cholesterol”
9:50-9:55am Discussion
9:55-10:15am Peng Li, University of California at Irvine, Irvine, CA (confirmed)
“Neural mechanisms for the Sympatho-Inhibitory and Hypotensive Effects of
Acupuncture”
10:15-10:20am Discussion
10:20-10:40am Coffee Break
10:40-11:00am Erica Wehrwein, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI (confirmed)
“Respiratory Patterns, Sympathetic Nerve Activity and Control of the Peripheral
Circulation”
11:00-11:05am Discussion
11:05-11:35am Two short (10 min) talks with discussion: selected from submitted abstracts
11:35-noon Extended discussion led by moderator: novel hypotheses and approaches
Session 8: Novel Roles for Neuro-Glial Communication in Central Cardiovascular Control
Moderator: Javier Stern, Georgia Health Sciences University
7:00-7:05pm Javier Stern, Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta, GA
Introduction
7:05-7:25pm Sergey Kasparov, University of Bristol, UK (confirmed)
“Role of ventral medullary astrocytes in central chemosensitivity and cardiorespiratory
integration”
7:25-7:30pm Discussion
7:30-7:50pm Jessica Filosa, Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta, GA (confirmed)
“Role of Astrocytes as Brain Sensors of Cardiovascular Hemodynamics”
7:50-7:55pm Discussion
7:55-8:15pm Mohan Raizada, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (confirmed)
“Neural-Vascular Communication in Neurogenic Hypertension: Role of Microglia”
8:15-8:20pm Discussion
8:20-8:40pm Coffee Break
8:40-9:00pm Javier Stern, Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta, GA (confirmed)
“The Hypothalamic Neuro-Glial Unit Complex: Pivotal Target in the Central Control of
Neurohumoral Outflows”
9:00-9:05pm Discussion
9:05-9:35pm Two short (10 min) talks with discussion: selected from submitted abstracts
9:35-10:00pm Extended discussion led by moderator: novel hypotheses and approaches

Day Six – Friday, July 19, 2013
Session 9: HOT TOPICS - Presentations by NHLBI Travel Awardees
Moderator: Shaun Morrison, Oregon Health & Science University
9:00-9:05am Shaun Morrison, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR
Introduction
9:05-10:20am Five short (10 min) talks with discussion from NHLBI Travel Awardees
10:20-10:40am Coffee Break
10:40-11:55am Five short (10 min) talks with discussion from NHLBI Travel Awardees
Closing Ceremony & Election of New Co-organizer for FASEB SRC 2016
12:30pm Departures and Box Lunch
END OF CONFERENCE

14 Jul - 19 Jul 2013

Gleneden Beach
United States of America
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