Consortium International pour la Recherche Circadienne sur l'AVC (CIRCA)
CIRCA seminar series
The CIRCA seminar series brings together leaders in the fields of ciradian biology and stroke research to deliver talks that explore the complex interactions between circadian rythums and stroke pathophysiology.
The next CIRCA talk:
Prof. David Ray
"Circadian control of glucocorticoid action in inflammation, and energy metabolism”.
8th June 2023, 15:00 BST
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Previous Talks and events
27th April 2023 - Prof. Devin Brown, University of Michigan "Understanding the relationships between sleep apnea and stroke"
24th March 2023 - Prof. Achim Kramer, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin “Past and future of circadian medicine"
22nd February 2023 - Dr. Robert Regenhardt, Massachusetts General Hospital "Update on reperfusion therapies for stroke"
9th January 2023 - Prof Martin Young, University of Alabama at Birmingham 'Clock Control of Processes that Govern Cardiac Ischemic Tolerance'
13th December 2022 - Dr. Lauren Hablitz, University of Rochester “Circadian regulation of glymphatic flow: implications for stroke”
- 21st – 23rd September - The LCN Meeting 2022.
- 21st June 2022 - Prof Peter Rothwell & Prof Alastair Webb, University of Oxford "Random insights into circadian stroke from epidemiology and vascular physiology studies"
10th May 2022 - Dr. Stephanie J. Crowley, Rush University Medical Center "Sleep and circadian rhythms in children and adolescents."
- 18th March 2022 - Prof Mary Harrington, chief editor of J Biol Rhythms, “Circadian effects on stroke and the use of bioluminescent circadian gene reporters”.
- 15th February 2022 - Prof Dong-Eog Kim, Dongguk University Seoul. "Diurnal patterns in stroke progression"
- 19th January 2022 - Prof Greg Albers, Stanford University. "Imaging mechanisms in the stroke penumbra"
- 13th December 2021 - Prof. Martha Merrow, University of Munich. “Circadian organization: a question of entrainment and zeitgebers”.
- 25th October 2021 - Dr. Paul Holloway, University of Oxford. "Microfluidic systems to probe cellular responses in stroke".
- 14th September 2021 - Prof. Frank Scheer, Harvard University. "Circadian mechanisms in cardiovascular disease."
- 21st July 2021 – Prof. Elizabeth B. Klerman, Harvard Medical School, “Circadian vs diurnal rhythms and how to distinguish them”.
- 28th June 2021 – Prof. Andres Hidalgo, Yale University, “Interactions between immunity and circadian regulation”.
- 11th May 2021 – Prof. Joseph Bass, Northwestern University, “Circadian mechanisms in medicine”.
- 15th April 2021 – Prof. John Hogenesch, Cleveland Clinic, “Circadian genes and rhythms in biology and disease”.