ISDN 2022 Poster Award Winners

[P.033] Basal transport of Ccnd2 mRNA in radial glial cells is important for the production of basal progenitors in the developing mouse cortex.
Takako Kikkawa*1, Yoshio Wakamatsu1, Yukiko U. Inoue2, Takayoshi Inoue3, Noriko Osumi1, 1Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan,2National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry, Japan,3National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry, Japan

[P.037] Forebrain-specific cited2 loss-of-function leads to transcriptional alterations in intermediate progenitor cells that disrupt neocortical development and behavior
Nikolaus Wagner*, Jessica MacDonald, Syracuse University, USA

[P.051] Failure of human rhombic lip differentiation constitutes group 3 and 4 medulloblastoma
Liam Hendrikse*1,2, Parthiv Haldipur3, Olivier Saulnier1, Brad Doble4, Vijay Ramaswamy1,2, Hiromichi Suzuki5, Tamara Werbowetski-Ogilvie4, Kathleen Millen3, Michael Taylor1,2, 1Hospital for Sick Children, Canada,2University of Toronto, Canada,3Seattle Children’s Research Institute, USA,4University of Manitoba, Canada,5National Cancer Center Research Institute, Japan

[P.079] The role of Atoh1 in regulating the development of pontine nuclei neurons
Sih-Rong Wu*1,2, Jessica Butts1,2, Jean-Pierre Revelli2, Huda Zoghbi1,2, 1Baylor College of Medicine, USA,2Texas Children’s Hospital, USA

[P.004] The role of ependymal cells cilia beating on the function of neural stem cells in the adult brain
Cedric Bressan*1,2, Archana Gengatharan1,2, Marina Snapyan1,2, Armen Saghatelyan1,2, 1CERVO Brain Research Center, Canada,2Université Laval, Canada

[P.008] Phrenic-specific transcriptional programs shape respiratory motor output
Alicia Vagnozzi*1, Kiran Garg1, Carola Dewitz2, Matthew Moore1, Jared Cregg1, Lucie Jeannotte3, Niccolò Zampieri2, Lynn Landmesser1, Polyxeni Philippidou1, 1Case Western Reserve University, USA,2Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany,3Centre de Recherche sur le Cancer de l'Université Laval, Canada

[P.012] Astrocyte-derived Hmgb1 is required for endfoot placement and vascular maturation during postnatal brain development
Moises Freitas-Andrade*1, Cesar H. Comin2, Peter Van Dyken3, Joanna Raman-Nair3, Micaël Carrier4, Jingjing Gong5, Marie-Ève Tremblay4, Natalina Salmaso6, Luciano Da F. Costa7, Baptise Lacoste1,3,8, 1The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Neuroscience Program, Canada,2Federal University of São Carlos, Department of Computer Science, Brazil,3University of Ottawa, Cellular & Molecular Medicine, Canada,4University of Victoria, Division of Medical Sciences, Canada,5NanoString Technologies, Inc., USA,6Carleton University, Department of Neuroscience, Canada,7University of São Paulo, São Carlos Institute of Physics, Brazil,8University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute, Canada

[P.036] miR-409-3p represses Cited2 at the evolutionary emergence of the callosal and corticospinal projections
Nikolaus Wagner1, Ashis Sinha1, Verl Siththanandan2, Angelica Kowalchuk1, Jessica MacDonald*1, Suzanne Tharin2, 1Syracuse University, USA,2Stanford University, USA

[P.058] Integrative multi-omics analyses reveal multi-modal FOXG1 functions acting on epigenetic processes and in concert with NEUROD1 to regulate synaptogenesis in the mouse hippocampus
Ipek Akol*1,2, Thomas Manke3, Tanja Vogel1,2, 1University of Freiburg, Germany,2Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany,3Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics, Germany

[P.080] Elucidating the molecular basis of Atoh1 lineage diversity in the developing hindbrain
Jessica Butts*1,2, Sih-Rong Wu1,2, Mark Durham1,2, Jean-Pierre Revelli2, Huda Zoghbi1,2, 1Baylor College of Medicine, USA,2Texas Children’s Hospital, USA

[P.086] Targeted ATRX inactivation in microglia triggers an immune response associated with spatial and recognition memory deficits in mice
Sarfraz Shafiq*, Miguel Pena-Ortiz, Kasha Mansour, Julia Sunstrum, Samuel Mestern, Wataru Inoue, Nathalie Berube, Western University, Canada

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