脑·智前沿交叉论坛第7期

3月26日,英国皇家学会会士 Trevor W Robbins 教授、英国医学科学院院士 Barbara J Sahakian 教授、中国科学院院士蒲慕明教授将访问复旦类脑研究院,并将在第7期脑·智前沿交叉论坛发表演讲,欢迎各位前来交流。

主持人:

冯建峰 教授类脑智能科学与技术研究院院长
时间:2018年3月26日9:30-16:30
地点:
复旦大学邯郸校区光华楼13楼多功能厅


Workshop on computational and geospatial approaches to population neuroscience

Workshop on computational and geospatial approaches to population neuroscience

 of the Fudan-KCL Centre for Population Neuroscience (PONS) at ISTBI

 Time: Friday 26th May

Venue: Room 2201, East Guanghua Tower, Fudan Univ

 

Special-session:

8:30—9:15 What does the brain go wrong in Parkinson’s disease and what can we do about it? Peter Brown, Oxford Univ.

 

9:15 – 9:30 Introduction, aims and overview of adolescent neuroimaging genetics studies worldwide, Gunter Schumann, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London.

 

9:30 – 10:15 Data E-platform Leveraged for Population Health Improvement (DELPHI), Jay Yang, UCSD

 

10:15—10:30 Coffee break

 

10:30—11:15 Using satellite data to map global urbanization, Ran Goldblatt, UCSD

 

 

11:15—11:45 Adolescent neuroimaging cohort studies in China, Sha Tao, Beijing Normal University

 

11:45—12:45 Lunch (Yan Yuan)

 

12:45 – 13:15 Big data research for brain science, Jianfeng Feng, Fudan Univ.

 

13:15 – 13:45 Cohort study for imaging genetics in China, Chunshui Yu, Tianjin Medical Univ.

 

13:45 – 14:15 Factors influencing subjective well-being of the elderly in Shanghai, Hua Fu, Fudan Univ.

 

14:15 – 14:30 Coffee Break

 

14:30 – 15:00 Geographical and micro-environmental influence on population health in China, Xiaoying Zheng, Peking Univ.

 

15:00 – 16:00 Discussion and implementation

 

Speakers:

 

Peter Brown, PhD

Professor and Director

Medical Research Council Brain Network Dynamics Unit

University of Oxford

Oxford

 

Jianfeng Feng, PhD

Professor and Dean

Institute of Science and Technology for Brain-inspired Intelligence (ISTBI)

Fudan University

Shanghai

 

Hua Fu, PhD

Professor and Director

Fudan Health Communication Institute

School of Public Health

Fudan University

Shanghai

 

Ran Goldblatt, PhD

Dept. of Economics

University of California San Diego (UCSD)

 

Gunter Schumann, MD, PhD

Professor and Director

Centre for Population Neuroscience and Stratified Medicine (PONS)

Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience

King’s College London

 

Sha Tao, PhD

Professor of Developmental Psychology

State Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning

Beijing Normal University

 

Jiue-An (Jay) Yang, PhD

Center for Wireless and Population Health Systems

University of California San Diego

Qualcomm Institute & California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2)

 

Chunshui Yu MD, PhD

Professor and Head

Department of Radiology

Tianjin Key Laboratory of Functional Imaging

Tianjin Medical University General Hospital

 

Xiaoying Zheng, PhD

Professor and Director

Institute of Population Research,

Peking University

 


Controlling Human Microbiota

Title:           Controlling Human Microbiota

Time       2:30 p.m. Wednesday  2017.5.17

Venue:       Room 1501, East Guanghua Tower.

Speaker:   Yang-Yu Liu, Ph.D.

Channing Division of Network Medicine Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Biography

Yang-Yu Liu is currently an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and an Associate Scientist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH). He received his Ph.D. in Physics from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2009, with thesis research focusing on phase transitions in disordered magnets. After that, he held positions as Postdoctoral Research Associate and then Research Assistant Professor at the Center for Complex Network Research at Northeaster University, before he joined HMS and BWH in 2013. The primary goal of his recent research has been to combine tools from control theory, network science and statistical physics to address fundamental questions pertaining to the control of complex networks. His work on controllability and observability of complex networks have been featured as a cover story in Nature, a cover story in the PNAS, and received broad media coverage including Nature, Science, ScienceNews, ScienceDaily, Wired, etc. He recently co-authored a review article entitled “Control principles of complex networks”, which has been published in Reviews of Modern Physics. His current research efforts focus on developing multidisciplinary approaches to studying human microbiome from the dynamic systems and control theory perspective. For more information, please visit http://scholar.harvard.edu/yyl/

Abstract:

We coexist with a vast number of microbes—our microbiota—that live in and on our bodies, and play an important role in human physiology and diseases. Propelled by metagenomics and next-generation DNA sequencing technologies, many scientific advances have been made through the work of large-scale, consortium-driven metagenomic projects. Despite these advances, there are still many fundamental questions regarding the dynamics and control of microbiota to be addressed. Indeed, it is well established that human-associated microbes form a very complex and dynamic ecosystem, which can be altered by drastic diet change, medical interventions, and many other factors. The alterability of our microbiome offers opportunities for practical microbiome-based therapies, e.g., fecal microbiota transplantation and probiotic administration, to restore or maintain our healthy microbiota. Yet, the complex structure and dynamics of the underlying ecosystem render the quantitative study of microbiome-based therapies extremely difficult. In this talk, I will discuss our recent theoretical progress on controlling human microbiota [1-4].

References: 

[1] Bashan A, Gibson TE, Friedman J, Carey VJ, Weiss ST, Hohmann EL, Liu Y-Y. Universality of Human Microbial Dynamics. Nature 2016;534:259-262.

[2] Gibson TE, Bashan A, Cao H-T, Weiss ST, Liu Y-Y. On the Origins and Control of Community Types in the Human Microbiome. PLOS Computational Biology 2016;12 (2):e1004688.

[3] Cao H-T, Gibson TE, Bashan A, Liu Y-Y. Inferring Human Microbial Dynamics from Temporal Metagenomics Data: Pitfalls and Lessons. BioEssays 2017;39(2):1600188.

[4] Chen Y, Angulo MT, Liu Y-Y. Revealing complex ecological dynamics via symbolic regression. bioRxiv: https://doi.org/10.1101/074617


脑•智前沿交叉论坛 2017第2期

 人: Tipu Z Aziz

Fellow of Academy of Medical Science

报告人所在单位:英国牛津大学神经外科

简介:英国牛津大学神经外科教授,英国医学科学院院士,国际知名神经外科医生与临床神经科学家,国际功能神经外科领域开拓者。Tipu Aziz教授创立了牛津大学功能神经外科,其开创性工作确定了丘脑底核为帕金森病神经外科手术靶点,并推动了深部脑刺激在帕金森病、肌张力障碍、疼痛、厌食症等神经与精神疾病治疗中的应用。

报告题目: Current and future of deep brain stimulation

报告日期:  2017-4-7 星期五
报告时间:  15:00
报告地点:  邯郸校区光华东主楼1501

报告摘要:

深部脑刺激现状及其未来发展。


组会 (Group Meeting)

Time:2017.2.28 2:00 Tuesday Afternoon

Content:  Students will report their work progress and share the recent literature
Please attend the seminar punctually.

 

Data Work Presentation Paper Reading Paper Reading
2017/2/28 张栌 潘宝宝 张翊
2017/3/7 焦泽宇 马宁宁 王哲
2017/3/14 程帆 张栌 周云逸
2017/3/21 章琳丽 戴付莉 范志鹏
2017/3/28 周群杰 公维康 哈元恺
2017/4/4 王哲 焦泽宇 章琳丽
2017/4/11 张翊 范志鹏 拜昕
2017/4/18 公维康 阮鸿涛 贾雁兵
2017/4/25 哈元恺 周云逸 戴付莉
2017/5/2 范志鹏 哈元恺 王宇
2017/5/9 戴付莉 阮鸿涛 潘宝宝
2017/5/16 拜昕 章琳丽 程帆
2017/5/23 贾雁兵 程帆 焦泽宇
2017/5/30 王宇 周群杰 康鑫
2017/6/6 周云逸 王哲 公维康
注:这只是草拟安排,大家互相之间可根据实际情况调换