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Compte rendu lipids and brain 2015

The Journées Chevreul Lipids & Brain III 2015 conference has been held in Paris on 16-18 March 2015.
Professor Michael Angus CRAWFORD from Imperial College (London, UK) received the CHEVREUL medal for his research on DHA identification as a major determinant of brain growth and plausible evolution of the human brain.
He put forward a quantum  mechanical theory for the exclusive conservation of DHA in neural signalling
membranes over the 600 m.y. of animal evolution. Michael  Crawford has been awarded several international prizes and medals for his work
Here below you will find the title of the each conference of the meeting and a link to the corresponding abstract, as well as all the poster abstracts. Please refer to the programme to get the different sessions.

- Metabolic fate of AceDoPC, a stable form of LysoPC-DHA to target the brain
Michel LAGARDE, France
Nicolas G. BAZAN,USA
- Maintaining brain PUFA concentrations: A focus on uptake and rapid metabolism
Richard P. BAZINET, Canada
Stanley E. RAPOPORT, USA
Sophie LAYE, France

- Resolvins promote resolution of brain inflammation via microglia polarization
Corinne JOFFRE, France
Maria MAKRIDES, Australia
Birgitta STRANDVIK, Sweden
Barbara HEUDE, Jonathan BERNARD, France
- Parenteral nutrition and brain development after preterm birth
Randal K. BUDDINGTON, USA
- Why lutein is important for the eye and the brain
Maria RAMIREZ, Spain
Mojgan MASOODI, Switzerland
- Palmitic and stearic acid methyl esters as potential vasodilators and neurotransmitters
Hung W. (Kevin) LIN, USA
Ludmila  BELAYEV, USA
Gunter P. ECKERT, Germany
- Role of HDL in brain ischemia/stroke
Olivier MEILHAC, France
- Dairy fatty acids intake is protective against the occurrence of vasospasm after subarachnoid haemorrhage, while omega6 fatty acids exert an opposite role Jean-Charles MARTIN, France
Stephen C. CUNNANE, Canada
- Long-chain n-3 PUFA and cognition in older people: interaction with Apolipoprotein E genotype
Pascale BARBERGER-GATEAU, France
- A unique brain lipidome and metabolome biosignature in Alzheimer’s Disease?
Giuseppe ASTARITA, USA
John W.C. SIJBEN, the Netherlands
- Modern Fats and the Modern Mind: Aggression and Depression
Joseph R. HIBBELN, USA
- Omega-3 for child behaviour and learning: clinical trials in ADHD and the general population
Alexandra J. RICHARDSON, United Kingdom
- Phospholipids, Arachidonic Acid, and Eicosanoids Signaling in Schizophrenia
Jeffrey K.YAO, USA
Lionel BRETILLON, France
Blake R. HOPIAVUORI, USA
Cécile DELCOURT, France
- Phospholipase A2, the neurotrophin pigment epithelial derived factor and lipid mediators regulate corneal nerve regeneration
Haydee BAZAN, USA
- Age-related macular degeneration, drug targets, and DNA sequence variation in genes encoding lipid-associated signaling pathway constituents
John Paul SANGIOVANNI, USA
- Alterations in dietary n-3 and n-6 fatty acids for treating chronic headaches
Christopher RAMSDEN, USA
- Choosing foods to balance competing n-3 and n-6 HUFA and their actions
Bill LANDS, USA
- LCPUFA Requirement for brain development
Robert A. GIBSON, Australia
Rob WINWOOD, United kingdom
- Impact of the gut microbiota on brain development and function
Sylvie RABOT, France
- The preterm pig as a translational model to study the role of lipids in growth and development
Randal K. BUDDINGTON, USA
- Lecithin Extracted from a Marine Source in the Form of Nanoliposomes Promotes Neural Network Arborization and Formation in Primary Neuronal Cultures Elmira ARAB-TEHRANI, France
Axel BLAU, Italy
Serge LUQUET, France
If you need the program click here

 You will find here a link to the main pictures of this event it is a Zip file that is downloadable on your computer