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Oral Neuroscience 2018
Yumikura memorial hall (Dental faculty building F, 5F)

10:00- Opening Remarks Takafumi Kato
Session 1 (10:10-11:40)ChairHiroki Toyoda
10:10- [Lecture-1] Behavioral and physiological consequences of disorderly-layered motor cortex in reeler mutants
Mariko Nishibe (Graduate School of Dentistry, Osaka University)
10:40- [Lecture-2] Developmental alteration of synaptic properties of jaw-closing and jaw-opening motoneurons
Shiro Nakamura (Showa University School of Dentistry)
11:10- [Lecture-3] Central action of substance P on swallowing activity in working heart brainstem preparation
Hironobu Kobashi (Graduate School of Dentistry, Osaka University)
Lunch and Poster Session (11:40-13:00)
Session 2(13:00-14:30)ChairTakahiro Furuta
13:00- [Lecture-4] Enhancement of responses to upper molar pulp stimulation in somatosensory and insular cortices in an ectopic pain model of the rat
Satoshi Fujita (Nihon University School of Dentistry)
13:30- [Lecture-5] Modulatory effects of psychological stress on descending pain controls
Keiichiro Okamoto (Niigata University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences)
14:00- [Lecture-6] Role of the VPAC2 receptor overactivation implicated in schizophrenia susceptibility
Yukio Ago (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Osaka University)
Coffee Break and Poster Session (14:30-15:00)
Session 3 (15:00-16:00)ChairHiroshi Yoshimura
15:00- [Lecture-7] Degradation of parotid gland AQP5 protein by isoproterenol via calpain system
Chenjuan Yao (Institute of Health Biosciences, University of Tokushima Graduate School)
15:30- [Lecture-8] Wnt5a, released from mechanically stimulated rat periodontal ligament cells enhances the neurite elongation
Takashi Yoshida (Tohoku University Graduate School of Dentistry)
Coffee Break and Poster Session (16:00-16:30)
Plenary Lecture (16:30-17:30)ChairTakafumi Kato
16:30- Sleep bruxism-rhythmic masticatory muscle activity (RMMA): continuum from a physiological activity to a behavior to a movement disorder
Gilles Lavigne (University of Montreal)
17:30- Closing Remarks
18:00- Information exchange meeting at the La Scena, GSE Common East 15F