FENS Forum 2022
WNT3A supplementation induces speciﬁc hippocampal signature in murine brain organoids
HERMES was part of FENS Forum 2022! On Tuesday 12th July Raluca Georgiana G. Zamﬁr from the University of Verona presented a project poster based on the collaborative work carried out by the researchers from her Lab in Verona and other three members of HERMES international consortium under the title "Seizure prediction in MEA signals with deep learning” - Poster Session 05, Section: Pluripotent Stem Cells in Disease Modeling.
Authors of the poster are Raluca Georgiana G. Zamﬁr, Francesca Ciarpella, Alessandra Campanelli, Giulia Pedrotti, Emanuela Bottani, Marzia Di Chio, Sissi Dolci, Ilaria Decimo, Giorgio Mapleli, Giovanni Malerba, Guido Fumagalli, from the University of Verona; Elisa Ren, Rita Bardoni and Giulia Curia from University of Modena; Davide Caron, Gemma Palazzolo and Gabriella Panuccio from University of Genova; Annika Ahtiainen, and Jari A. Hyttinenfrom University of Tampere, Finland; and Francesco Bifari, UNIMI, Milan, Italy..
Organized by the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) in partnership with the French Neuroscience Society, the FENS Forum 2022 took place on 9-13 July 2022 in Paris: it represents a unique opportunity for neuroscientists from around the world to gather together and enjoy excellent science in one of Europe’s most vibrant cities