Wednesday, 26th September
Neuropathophysiology - an ISH satellite 2012
Tuesday, 25th September
Wednesday, 26th September
Thursday, 27th September
Friday, 28th September
Saturday, 29th September
Session 1: Central Determinants of Sympathetic Nervous Outflow
8:30AM - 10:00AM
Fifty-plus years of research on CNS adrenergic neurons: what have we learnt?
Patrice G Guyenet
receptor knockout from catecholaminergic neurons reduces the hypertension induced by chronic low dose infusion of angiotensin II.
Identification of sites of skin sympathetic outflow during concurrent recordings of sympathetic nerve activity and fMRI
Luke A Henderson
Auditory, visual and somatosensory stimuli evokes simultaneous and co-ordinated activation of sympathetic vasomotor, cardiac, respiratory and motor outputs after disinhibition of neurons in the inferior and superior colliculi of anaesthetised rats.
Mechanisms of cerebral hypoperfusion triggered hypertension in the rat
Julian F.R. Paton
10:00AM - 10:40AM
Session 2: Therapeutic Targeting of the Sympathetic Nervous System
10:40AM - 12:30PM
Role of the afferent renal nerves in the control of body fluid volume and arterial pressure in health and disease.
Ulla C Kopp
Splanchnic region as a critical sympathetic target in hypertension
The relation of glucose metabolism to left ventricular mass and function and sympathetic nervous system activity in obese subjects with metabolic syndrome
Nora E Straznicky
TEMPORAL IMPAIRMENT OF BAROREFLEX CONTROL OF RENAL SYMPATHETIC NERVE ACTIVITY IN THE LEWIS POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY MODEL OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE
Ibrahim M. Salman
Reactive oxygen species in the PVN as a mediator of sympathoexcitation in development of heart failure
Carolyn J Barrett
Renal denervation - latest data from clinical trials
12:30PM - 1:30PM
5:30PM - 6:30PM
Hidrogen Peroxide modulates the contractile response induced by phenylephrine in renal hypertensive rat aorta
Lusiane M Bendhack
GABA and enkephalin differentially alter sympathetic outflows in the rat spinal cord.
Belinda R Bowman
Early changes to circadian rhythm account for elevated blood pressure and sympathetic activity during a high fat diet in rabbits
Sandra L Burke
Baroreceptor reflex function in angiotensin type 1A receptor knockout mice
Characterisation of mice with selective AT
receptor deletion from catecholaminergic neurons.
Angela A Connelly
Evidence of GABA
receptor dysfunction in Schlager genetically hypertensive (BPH/2J) mice
Pamela J Davern
Necrotic trophoblasts and gestational blood pressure
Blood pressure and sympathetic activity of rabbits in their home cage and the laboratory environment: A comparison study
Amygdala-projecting solitary tract nucleus (NTS) neurons receive convergent primary afferent driven input.
Stuart J McDougall
Pharmacological analysis of sympathetically-mediated constriction in the mouse tail artery
Ian (J.C.) McGrath
Effects of ovarian hormones on the cardiac afferent reflex
Intrarenal innervation in hypertensive and diabetic rodents
Glycans in the nucleus of the solitary tract are signaling molecules important in cardiorespiratory function.
Session 3: Sleep / Obstructive Sleep Apnoea
6:00PM - 7:15PM
Sleep apnoea in cardiovascular disease
Sympathetic neural mechanisms of sleep apnea
Respiratory network dysfunction and hypertension in rats submitted to chronic intermittent hypoxia
Benedito H Machado