The combined congress of the 39th International Danube Symposium and 1st International Congress on ADHD in Würzburg has presented high quality scientific sessions, starting on 2 June, 07 with the Opening Lecture on the Asperger's Syndrome by Professor Helmut Remschmidt, Germany.
In the following days
• 14 Plenary Symposia
• 25 Hot Topic Symposia
• 26 Educational Seminars
• 27 Guided Poster Tours
• 3 Video Sessions
were offered in an extremely attractive and stimulating scientific programme. All sessions as well as the technical exhibition in the foyers of the main halls were very well attended by the congress delegates.
During the sessions and guided poster tours, authors from all continents have presented their latest results on medical research in the field of psychiatry and neurology.
You can still have a look on the Final Programme of the 39th International Danube Symposium and 1st International Congress on ADHD 2007.
The poster committee has awarded the seven best posters with poster prices, which were given mainly to young scientists from all over the world, like Canada, Russia or Ireland.
* Marie-Christine Brault, Canada
Effect of boys’ hyperactivity and inattention behaviours on mathematics
* Prof. Dr. Jaanus Harro, Estland
Attention deficit symptoms, visual information processing, and the ADRA2A C-
1291G polymorphism in a population derived sample of children and adolescents
* Dr. Artur Kolakowski, Poland
Cartoons about ADHD for children as a method of psychoeducation
* Angelika Schmitt, Germany
Expression of synaptic vesicle proteins in a mouse model for ADHD - with and
without methylphenidate treatment
* Dr. Adeel Siddiqui, United Kingdom
Functional assessment of the circadian clock in adults with attention deficit
* Torsten Bullmann, Germany
The adult rodent hippocampus as a model for studying shifts in tau isoform
* Dmitry Molotkov, Russia
From structure of the limk 1 gene to cognitive disorders: A drosophila model for
defective actin remodelling
* Dr. Aida Sapcanin, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Antioxidant capacity in the lipophylic fraction of Alzheimer's brain tissues