Scientific Program & Video Proceedings

Scientific Program, Day 1 — Thursday, June 16th, 2022


Plenary Lecture

Illuminating the choroid plexus-cerebrospinal fluid system. Maria K. Lehtinen, USA.

Session A

Quantification of cardiac-related neural tissue motion in Type 1 Chiari Malformation: A case control study pre- and post-spinal decompression durgery. Gwendolyn L.M. Williams, USA

Flow-dependence to Shunt Obstruction. Carolyn Harris, USA.

Session B

MR-based models of glioma and perivascular mass transport. Malisa Sarntinoranont, USA.

Interstitial fluid flow during glioma progression. Jenny Munson, USA.

Session C

Microvessels and Perivascular Space Detection Using MRI. Quan Jiang, USA.

Arterial vasodilation drives convective fluid flow in the brain: a poroelastic model. Francesco Costanzo, USA.

Session D

The importance of resistance to CSF motion and brain tissue motion in Chiari malformation symptomatology. Frank Loth, John Oshinski, USA.

Intracranial volume dynamics in Arnold-Chiari Syndrome. Olivier Balédent, France

Tachycardia and hypertension enhance CSF flow out of the spinal cord. Marcus Stoodley, USA


Scientific Program, Day 2 — Friday, June 17th, 2022


Plenary Lecture

SPINAL CORD MOTION DISORDER: Introduction of a novel concept. Petra Klinge, USA.

Session E

Deep breathing – one coupling mechanism of CSF and venous flow dynamics. Steffi Dreha-Kulaczewski, Germany.

Oscillation within the neurofluids. Noam Alperin, USA.

Intracranial pressure in the subarachnoid space and lateral ventricle of pigmented rats. Christopher L. Passaglia, USA.

Session F

Simulating glymphatic clearance in sleep. Kent-Andre Mardal, USA.

Spatial and temporal distribution patterns of CSF-entrained substrates after infusion into one lateral ventricle . Tavarekere N. Nagaraja, USA.

Session G

Evaluation of peristalsis as a driver of perivascular flow. Keith Sharp, USA.

Association between pulsatile components of cerebral blood flow and intracranial pressure in patients with suspected hydrocephalus. Adam Pelah, Zofia Czosnyka, UK.

Session H

Quantitative study into the pathophysiology of hydrocephalus. Anthony Podgorsak, Marianne Schmid Daners, Switzerland.

Learning through observation in science: A neurosurgeon’s perspective. Harold Rekate, USA


The full scientific program can be found here


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