Complete Scientific Program & Abstracts (pdf)
Video Proceedings (all)
The scientific presentations of this symposium were video recorded and released for public viewing through generous sponsorship from the Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation, which was made possible by the support of The Monkton Institute.
Scientific Program, Day 1 — Monday, June 19th, 2017
Syringomyelia pathophysiology: basic and clinical science, Marcus Stoodley, Australia.
Session A: Syringomyelia
Exchange of fluid between a syrinx and the stenosed spinal subarachnoid space, Chris Bertram, Australia.
Session B: Intrathecal flow and transport, part 1
Are monkeys like humans? Comparison of intrathecal CSF dynamics across mammalian species, Bryn Martin, USA.
Session C: Fluid balance in the brain, part 1
Compound CSF disorders: Hypertension, hypotension and ICP monitoring, Mark Luciano, USA.
In vitro modeling of the CSF dynamics study to investigate the etiology of NPH, Anne Benninghaus, Germany
Session D: Intrathecal flow and transport, part 2
Intrathecal bolus: The initial dynamics and solute entrance into the perivascular spaces, Mikhail Ivanovich Papisov, USA.
Scientific Program, Day 2 — Tuesday, June 20th, 2017
Autodigestion and proteolytic receptor cleavage: Digestive enzymes on the prowl, Prof. Geert W. Schmid-Schoenbein, USA.
Session A: Stroke and Dementia
The role of fluid transport in reperfusion injury post ischemic stroke, Stephen Payne, UK.
Session B: Interstitial and perivascular flows
Simulating the fluid flow of the glymphatic system – extracellular fluid flow, Kent Andre Mardal, Norway.
A bioengineering perspective on the human brain cellular structure: What do we know and what would we need to know, Diane de Zélicourt, Switzerland.
MR imaging and modeling connected perivascular spaces in rodents, Malisa Sarntinoranont, USA.
Session C: Fluid balance in the brain, part 2
Respiratory driven oscillations in CSF and venous and arterial hemodynamics measured with real-time velocity phase mapping, David Feinberg, USA.
CSF and cerebral blood flow: What is a normal flow? Olivier Balédent, France.
Control of active CSF shunts – Is the pulse pressure amplitude a suitable control variable? Marianne Schmid Daners, Switzerland.
Session D: Cranial flows and pressures
Differentiating between barrier dysfunction and drainage reduction in CSF protein analysis, Vartan Kurtcuoglu, Switzerland.
Measuring Brain Displacement with DENSE MRI, John Oshinski, USA.
A global, multi-scale mathematical model of the murine fluid systems, including meningeal lymphatic, Christian Contarino, Italy
Flow resistance along basement membranes in the perivascular space of cerebral arteries, Mohammad M. Faghih, USA
The effect of Chiari malformation and syringomyelia on CSF flow: CFD subject-specific models for a cohort of Chiari patients and controls, Robert Lloyd, Australia
Interest of MRI in the investigation of the CSF with the blood flows interactions, Armelle Lokossou, France
Resistance network model of pulsatile flow drivers in rat parenchyma and PVS, Julian Rey, USA