Fourth International Symposium on Sigma-2 Receptors

The Fourth International Symposium on Sigma-2 Receptors: Role in Health and Disease

A Satellite Symposium of the Society for Neuroscience’s Annual ‘Neuroscience 2019’ Conference

Video Archive

Characterization of Sigma-2 Receptor Ligand-induced Metabolic Stimulation in Human SK-N-SH Neuroblastoma Cells

Wayne D. Bowen, Ph.D.
Brown University

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TMEM-97 Synaptic Localization and Potential Amyloid Beta Interaction in Human Alzheimer’s Disease Cases

Martí Colom Cadena, Ph.D.
University of Edinburgh

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The Sigma-2 Receptor/TMEM97, PGRMC1 and LDL Receptor Complex are Responsible for the Cellular Uptake of Aβ42 and its Protein Aggregates

Aladdin A. Riad, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania

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Quantitative Autoradiography of Sigma Receptors in Postmortem Brains

Jinbin Xu, Ph.D.
Washington University

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Inhibition of miRNA let7i Enhances the Progesterone-induced Neuroprotection

Meharvan Singh, Ph.D.
Loyola University Chicago

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Modifying Sigma-2 Receptor Lead-Compounds to Produce Differently Purposed Sigma-2 Targeted Agents

Carmen Abate, Ph.D.
Università degli Studi di Bari

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Metabolomic Evidence of Disease Modification in Mild-to-Moderate AD Patients by Sigma-2 Antagonist CT1812

Nicholas J. Izzo, Ph.D.
Cognition Therapeutics

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Clinical Biomarker Evidence for Target Engagement, Reduction of Synaptic Damage and Disease Modification in Alzheimer’s Patients Treated with CT1812

Susan Catalano, Ph.D.
Cognition Therapeutics

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The Grand-scale Biology of PGRMC1: How Eukaryogenesis and the Ediacaran Fauna Illuminate S2R-associated Pathologies like Cancer and Dementia

Michael A. Cahill, Ph.D.
Charles Sturt University

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