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Mario E. The scientific program included a total of 4 Plenary Lectures, 10 Symposia, 10 Youth Investigator Lectures, 14 Oral Communications, and Posters, covering a great variety of areas in the field of neurosciences. It is noteworthy that two of the Plenary Lectures were placed in honors of the pioneers of neurochemistry and neurobiology in Argentina, Drs. Ranwel Caputto and Eduardo De Robertis. This year the Ranwel Caputto Lecture was delivered by Prof. The opening lecture was delivered by Prof.
Annie Andrieux Grenoble, France , and the forth plenary lecture by Prof. As pre-meeting activities, on October 22 and 23, two specific courses were held: a A workshop tribute to the memory of Prof. Remarkably, all the activities organized, including the Symposia and the Young Investigator Lectures, covered a number of diverse disciplines in the field of neurosciences with the participation of outstanding invited speakers from Argentina and other countries.
Moreover, a very friendly atmosphere for discussion and data presentation was generated during the poster and oral communication sessions with the participation of PhD students, 61 undergrads, and 27 postdocs.
Annie Andrieux 1,2 , C. Aillaud 1 , C. Bosc 1 , L. Peris 1 , L. Denarier 1,2 , C. Boscheron 1,2 , M. Bogyo 4 , K. Rogowski 5 , Y. Job 1 and M. Moutin 1. The impact of abnormal tubulin tyrosination levels on neuronal functions during neurodevelopment and neurodegenerative processes will also be presented. Vision is an active and dynamic process. The strategy our brain uses to parse scenes and recognize objects depends on experience.
Our interpretation of visual scenes requires an interaction between internal representations of object properties acquired through experience and the immediate information coming from the retina. At the level of brain circuitry, this process involves an interaction between long-range and intrinsic cortical connections and enables neurons to assume different functional states according to the task being executed.