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Parallel Session 2401

Choosing a Therapeutic Target: Mitochondria, Lysosome, Proteasome, Nuclear Envelope, or Something Else?

Friday, September 16, 2022
15:00 – 17:00


In this session, the faculty will discuss how malfunction of various intracellular organelles may be linked to the manifestation of Movement Disorders, and how such specific pathways may be targeted for therapeutic purposes.


Chairs:
William Dauer, USA
Leonidas Stefanis, Greece

Vesicular Trafficking in Synucleinopathy Pathogenesis
Mark Cookson, USA

Mitochondrial Dynamics in Parkinson’s Disease Pathogenesis
Ming Guo, USA

Nuclear Envelope-Linked Biology in Dystonia
To Be Announced

CSPC Liaisons:
Leonidas Stefanis, Greece
William Dauer, USA

At the conclusion of this session, participants should be better able to:

  1. Appreciate the evidence linking malfunction of different intracellular components to the pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders
  2. Describe how malfunction of such cellular systems may lead to disease manifestation in the nervous system
  3. Learn the latest developments in targeting such malfunctioning cellular systems in Movement Disorders

Recommended Audience:
Clinician/General Neurology, Researcher/Basis Science, Fellow/Resident/Student, Industry

Education Level:
Advanced/Expert

 

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