Scientific Program, Day 1 — Thursday, June 16th, 2022
Illuminating the choroid plexus-cerebrospinal fluid system. Maria K. Lehtinen, USA.
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.
MR-based models of glioma and perivascular mass transport. Malisa Sarntinoranont, USA.
Interstitial fluid flow during glioma progression. Jenny Munson, USA.
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.
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
SPINAL CORD MOTION DISORDER: Introduction of a novel concept. Petra Klinge, USA.
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.
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.
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.
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