Guidelines for Presenting Authors

Sessions - Oral presentations

All SPEAKERS are kindly asked to be present at the lecture hall at least 15 minutes before the session to upload the presentation to the main computer (.ppt(x) file format is preferable). Please bring your presentation saved on pendrive. If you request to present from your own computer, contact us at (it is possible ONLY through HDMI or USB-C if you’re using Macbook).

The format of Young Investigator talks is 12 minutes for a talk + 3 minutes for questions. The indicated times are obligatory and we kindly request presenting authors to pay particular attention to stay within these frames. 
Speakers in sessions listed: "Emotional processing in modern neuroscience - from human-rat dyads to VR devices", "Plastic brain and language - adaptive changes of neural networks", "Search for neural biomarkers of aware consciousness", are asked to prepare 15 minutes talk + 3 minutes for questions. Please familiarise yourself with the schedule and see if you're assigned to those sessions.


Flashtalk is a session encompassing highlights of poster submission. If you have been selected to deliver a FlashTalk, please prepare a 1,5 minutes summary of the material presented subsequently during the poster session. The presentation should contain max. 3 slides. For example, it could consist of Intro, Results, Summary/ Conclusions. 

All flashtalk presenters are requested to submit their presentations to the organizers ( before the latest on the 12th of October. Preferable format of the presentation is .ppt/.pptx and no animations are allowed. FlashTalks will be delivered on the 15th of October (Saturday) at 10:00, immediately after the Opening Ceremony of Neuronus 2022 Neuroscience Forum.


All POSTER PRESENTERS are kindly asked to prepare posters in A0 size (ca. 80 cm x 120 cm) in a vertical (portrait) orientation. Please find a number of the session and a unique number assigned to your poster below and in the Book of Abstracts (available soon on our website). 

Conference staff will help you to attach your poster to the stand (stickers will be provided). All poster sessions will be held in the Exhibition Room. Please dismantle your poster after your session to make the stands available for the next session. Thank you for your cooperation!

Only authors with pre-doctoral status and present during the time for questions and discussion will be eligible for awards.

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Poster Session I
15th of October 2022 (Saturday):

Posters assembled: starting from 8.30
Posters available for viewing: 8.30 – 18.30
Authors present for discussion and questions: 13.45 – 15.00 
Posters dismantled: 18.30 – 20.00 

Poster Session II
16th of October 2022 (Sunday):

Posters assembled: starting from 8.30
Posters available for viewing: 8.30 – 18.30
Authors present for discussion and questions: 14.00 – 15.15 
Posters dismantled: 18.30 – 20.00 

Poster Session III
17th of October 2022 (Monday):

Posters assembled: starting from 8.30
Posters available for viewing: 8.30 – 17.00
Authors present for discussion and questions: 14.00 – 15.15 
Posters dismantled: 17.00 – 18.30

List of posters for Neuronus 2022

Poster Session I

    1. Ahmed Soliman "Impact of small molecules and peptides on Tau-Microtubules interaction and Tau aggregation in primary peripheral neurons, and models of Alzheimer’s disease"
    2. Kerli Tulva "Inflammatory cytokine TNF-α affects neuronal dendritic spine density in a tau independent manner"
    3. Mikołaj Opiełka "Targeting ph-sensing receptors in multiple sclerosis"
    4. Sylwia Samojedny "Lipid-protein balance in major depressive disorder – FTIR and Raman analysis in post-mortem human frontal cortex"
    5. Eimantas Zauka "Functional impairment in individuals with anxiety and mood disorders and history of suicidal behavior"
    6. Patrycja Pańczyszyn-Trzewik "Alterations in Nrf2 protein level in the frontal cortex of suicide victims and depressed subjects are associated with NF-κB(p65) changes - evidence from post-mortem brain study"
    7. Kornelia Tryzno "Evaluation of the gene expression related to neurodevelopmental processes and neuron-microglia communication in APP NL-F/NL-F genetically engineered mice"
    8. Justyna Domańska "Western diet leads to insulin resistance in the brain and may trigger the development of Alzheimer's disease"
    9. Angelika Więckowska-Gacek "Western diet - from microglia dysfunction to the acceleration of Alzheimer's disease pathology"
    10. Małgorzata Dąbrowska "Determining the impact of molecular crowding agents on deposition of collagen by cultured meningeal cells"
    11. Alicja Skórkowska "Hydrogen sulfide donor AP39 protects HT-22 cells against oxygen-glucose deprivation"
    12. Agnieszka Kostrzewska-Księżyk "Pharmacological inhibition of MMP-9 enzyme activity improves animal recovery after ischemic stroke"
    13. Katarina Bobić "Surface modification of TiO2 nanoparticles moderates neurological impairments and upregulated oxidative stress indicator in eyes of adult Wistar rats"
    14. Szymon Kantor "The level of activation of the rat brain nitrergic system in response to induced seizures and the relationship between the level of NO and the intensity of seizure behaviors"
    15. Kseniya Prybolovets "Blockade of H3 histamine receptors facilitates antiseizure action of pentoxyphilline"
    16. Volodymyr Bidniuk "The mechanism of realization of antiseizure effects of cerebellar electrical stimulation"
    17. Wojciech Kosiek "Effect of ketogenic diet on the neural development - Behaviour reaserch"
    18. Diana Cunha-Reis "Profound alterations in hippocampal lipid rafts follow in vitro epileptiform activity, hypoxia and oxygen-glucose deprivation"
    19. Katarzyna Pawletko "The effect of minocycline on size changes in the necrosis area in cortical model  of photothrombotic ischemic stroke in rats"
    20. Olena Aliyeva "HSP70 – dependent mechanisms of endogenous neuroprotection. New target links of pharmacological correction after chronic prenatal hypoxia"
    21. Alona Kuraieva "Characteristics of infiltrating cells within brain hematoma  in a rat model of intracerebral hemorrhage"
    22. Małgorzata Grochowicz "The influence of the ketogenic diet on metabolic changes
      after traumatic brain injury"
    23. Kinga Kamińska "Prenatal stress sensitizes microglia cells to lipopolysaccharide-induced inflammatory response: link to  the impact of the FPR2 activation"
    24. Alicja Maciejska "Benzophenone-3 influences on cytokines released by microglia cells - in vitro studies"
    25. Zuzanna Rauk "Ketogenic diet does not influence hippocampal astrocytes’ morphology after indirect kindling, but increases their response to chronic stress"
    26. Patrycja Ziuzia "Glucocorticoid receptors knock-out in astrocytes inhibits CSDS-induced depressive behavior"
    27. Katarzyna Curzytek "Stress regulation of FKBP51 in the brain: a study in an animal model of depression based on prenatal dexamethasone administration"
    28. Magdalena Kukla-Bartoszek "The effects of prenatal dexamethasone treatment on glycolysis enzymes in the frontal cortex of adult male rats"
    29. Sarah Mackert "Autophagy in stress-related disorders: Are polyamines a potential new treatment option?"
    30. Daria Korewo "The effect of vitamin D3 supplementation on mitochondrial energy metabolism and specific receptors content in the hippocampus during long-term dexamethasone treatment"
    31. Mateusz Jakub Karnia "Antioxidative effect of vitamin D3 on white muscle during long-term dexamethasone treatment"
    32. Stanislava Vrankova "The effect of natural psychoplastogen 7,8-dihydroxyflavone in animal model of depression"
    33. Weronika Surdej "Psychosocial crowding stress affects the mRNA expression of selected molecules involved in glutamatergic and GABAergic signaling in the rat frontal cortex"
    34. Aleksandra Bartosz-Nowakowska "Effects of selective lesion of the ventral hippocampus and chronic venlafaxine administration on the behaviour of animals exposed to the chronic mild stress model of depression"
    35. Magdalena Sabat "What is arousal? A data-driven ontology of arousal"
    36. Patrycja Ściślewska "Owl or lark? Human chronotypes and the differences in brain anatomy"
    37. Anna Leśniewska "Low gamma auditory steady-state response is sensitive to the level of arousal during natural sleep"
    38. Julia Jakubowska "Handedness and sleeping position in actigraphic sleep/wake discrimination"
    39. Dominika Drazyk "The impact of increasing temporal uncertainty on motor preparation"
    40. Izabela Łaska "Sleep deprivation in the perspective of the development of metabolic health disorders resulting in obesity"
    41. Michal Klichowski "Eduball-based brain training: From schools to neurolabs and back again"
    42. Jakub Słupczewski "Relationship of Subjective Cognitive Complaints with psychological characteristics and objective cognitive functioning in older adults"
    43. Natalia Katarzyna Nowaczyk "Smaller corpus callosum cross-sectional area in alcohol-dependent men with memory disorders"
    44. Maria Kulesza "Neural processing of emotionally charged autobiographical memories in women with major depressive disorder and borderline personality disorder"
    45. Tetiana Kachynska "Neurofeedback training for lowering aggression level in adolescents"
    46. Paulina Lewandowska "The application of fixel-based analysis pipeline for determining the impact of air pollution on brain white matter organization - NeuroSmog"
    47. Sylwia Adamus "Amygdala parcellation using Recurrence Quantification Analysis in patients with Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder"
    48. Bence Cs. Farkas "Distinguishing different timescales of unpredictability helps explain individual differences in children’s internalizing and externalizing symptoms"
    49. Mikołaj Compa "Neurosmog: Impact of air pollution on cognitive development outcomes in polish schoolchildren – behavioral and MRI study"
    50. Ágota Vass "Impact of aging on multifractal functional connectivity and its association with cognitive performance: an EEG study"
    51. Violeta Stefania Rotarescu "Which factors have affected anxiety during the COVID-19 outbreak? - a longitudinal study"

Poster Session II

    1. Chitaranjan Mahapatra "In silico study of the cortical neuron reveals vasoconstrictive effects of cocaine modulates the firing patterns by inhibiting small conductance calcium activated potassium current"
    2. Joanna Roszkowska "Inhibitory control of the activity of midbrain dopaminergic neurons by the nucleus incertus of the brainstem – electrophysiological and anatomical studies in rats"
    3. Sylwia Drabik "Different faces of neurons expressing dopamine receptors in motor cortex – their laminar distribution, electrophysiological properties and role in skilled forelimb reaching"
    4. Aleksandra Nogaj "Dentate gyrus of the ventral hippocampus innervation by brainstem nucleus incertus – electrophysiological and anatomical studies in rat"
    5. Kinga Przybylska "The effects of RXFP3 receptor activation on neuronal activity of the rat ventral hippocampus - ex vivo studies"
    6. Martyna Gorkowska "Real-time imaging of dopamine release and neuronal populations dynamics in the motor cortex of awake mice – decoding of reward-related signals and movement parameters"
    7. Gniewosz Drwięga "Characteristics of the response of the rat nucleus incertus neurons to a stressful stimulus – electrophysiological and biochemical studies"
    8. Bartosz Skóra "Impact of elastin derived peptides on neurosteroids production in cells in vitro"
    9. Joanna Mackiewicz "The role of perinuclear mAKAP signalosome in the regulation of NFAT function in primary rat hippocampal neurons"
    10. Patrycja Wardaszka "The impact of cLTP induction on mRNA polyadenylation in cultured neurons"
    11. Kacper Witek "Maternal high-monosaccharide diets change behaviour and melanocortin type 4 receptors expression in rat offspring"
    12. Agnieszka Kania "The excitability and reactivity of 5-HT1A receptors in dorsal raphe neurons of 5-HT7 receptor knock-out mice"
    13. Magdalena Chrószcz "Expression of the Oprm1 gene in the mouse striatum"
    14. Klaudia Misiołek "The endogenous opioid signaling modulates social memory in mice"
    15. Klara Szweda "The effect of acute ketamine or psilocybin administration on rats accumbal neurotransmission and behaviour"
    16. Zuzanna Stawicka "Impact of ketamine anesthesia used during stereotaxic surgeries on lateral habenula activity over in-vivo electrophysiological experiments"
    17. Klaudia Lustyk "HBK-10, a 5-HT1A and D2 receptor antagonist, shows antipsychotic-like activity in mice"
    18. Weronika Bakun "Sensory disorders in ASD - test in BTBR mouse model of ASD"
    19. Piotr Dziura "Evaluation of adaptive changes in ionotropic glutamatergic receptors induced by antidepressant treatment"
    20. Jacek Wróbel "Reversible inhibition of the olfactory bulb reduces MK801-enhaced high-frequency oscillations (130-180Hz) in the piriform cortex"
    21. Diana Piotrowska "Oxytocin receptor agonist LIT-001 reverses impairments in the Novel Object Recognition Task in the neurodevelopmental schizophrenia model"
    22. Klaudia Jakubowska "Evaluation of neuroprotective potential of 5-HT7 agonists in cellular models of Parkinson’s disease"
    23. Gabriela Burda "Lentiviral delivered CRISPR-Cas9 system for mechanistic investigation in primary neuronal model of Parkinson’s Disease"
    24. Rugmani Meenambal "Neuroprotective effects of polyacrylic acid (PAA) conjugated cerium oxide against hydrogen peroxide induced cell damage in SH-SY5Y cells"
    25. Adriana Wawer "The effect of B355252 on neurodegeneration and neuroinflammation in the murine model of Parkinson’s disease"
    26. Kornel Szypulski "The effect of blue light on the Parkinson’s disease in the Drosophila melanogaster model"
    27. Diana Bzduskova "Postural changes related to aging and Parkinson’s disease"
    28. Jana Kimijanová "Effect of aerobic-strength exercise on postural stability in patients with Parkinson´s disease: interim analysis"
    29. Nataliya Nekrasova "Epidemiological data and case report on motoneuron disease"
    30. Irma Khachidze “EEGHUB.GE” Database for study EEG Pattern in Patients with CNS Dysfunction"
    31. Stanisław Karkosz "Investigating the effects of psychotherapeutic imagery techniques with renewal and recall procedures"
    32. Mateusz Ząbek "Original technique of sealing cerebrospinal fluid leakage from dural sac causing spontaneous cerebral hypotension"
    33. Mykhailo Kalinichenko "Morphological study of the cerebellum"
    34. Oleksandr Stepanenko "Fractal dimension as a measure of atrophic changes in human cerebellum throughout adulthood"
    35. Karolina Warzecha "On the trail of somnambulism"
    36. Daria Nowak "Reproducibility of spatial summation of pain effect during COVID-19 pandemic"
    37. Tomasz Wolak "Neuronal Underpinnings of Language Processing During Lipreading - fMRI study"
    38. Piotr Górniak "Neural correlates of the semantic and phonological verbal fluency task"
    39. Szczepan Grzybowski "Happy just now or happy always? ERP correlates of state and trait adjective processing"
    40. Maciej Gaca "Understanding brain reorganisation dynamics during learning to read Braille"
    41. Łukasz Tanajewski "The Prefrontal Cortex Underpinnings of How Cognitive Load Reduces Dietary Self-Control: an fMRI Experiment"
    42. Rimante Gaizauskaite "Women’s but not men’s ability to identify the two-dimensional cross section of a 3D objects is related to social and emotional factors"
    43. Halszka Ogińska "Tracing the brain reward system's response to “witty design”"
    44. Marta Bartoszek "The same or not the same? Electrophysiological markers of external and internal spatial attention in simple two-element displays"
    45. Erik Ilkevič "3D mental rotation: links between task performance, eye movements"
    46. Monika Riegel "How emotion influences memory of events in space and time?"
    47. Lina Gladutyte "An ERP Study of Visual Working Memory: No Influence of Sex, Sex Hormones and Hormonal Contraceptives"
    48. Aleksandra Fijałkiewicz "Different motor control involvement in perseveration and learned irrelevance"
    49. Kamil Lipiński "Intra Voxel Incoherent Motion Experiment Planning"
    50. Alicja Olszewska "Unlocking the Musical Brain: 
      an ecological approach to playing the piano in an MRI scanner"
    51. Marta Zbysińska "Effect of musical training on rhythm perception – fMRI analysis"
    52. Brandon Bujak "Caffeine - effect on short-term memory and concentration"

Poster Session III

    1. Anna Lech "Neuroligin-2 is crucial for long-term plasticity of GABAergic synapses"
    2. Filip Kozal "Habituation for anntenal stimulation of madagascar hissing cockroach
    3. Paulina Surowka "Trait differences in sensitivity to NF are associated with expression of genes related to serotonergic neurotransmission"
    4. Sukrat Sinha "Effects of Prazosin and Propranolol on the surface charge and enzyme activity of rat brain during different stages of sleep"
    5. Julia Pinho "The role of the hippocampus in Sensory Preconditioning task in a mouse model"
    6. Magdalena Ziemiańska "Spatial pharmacotranscriptomics: the effects of antipsychotic drugs on gene expression in the mouse forebrain"
    7. Adejoke Elizabeth Memudu "Evaluation of the neurocognitive effects of ketamine in an animal model of depressive disorder"
    8. Bartosz Babik "Investigation of the molecular mechanism of antidepressant-like action of ketamine and 5-HT6 receptor agonist (ST1936) in male rat cerebellum"
    9. Daniel Aaron Vazquez Matias "Influence of A2A treatment on depressive-like behaviour and D2-receptor availability in rats exposed to repeated social defeat"
    10. Mateusz Rycerz "From out-group reserve to in-group familiarity – lessons from mice housed under semi-naturalistic conditions"
    11. Gabriela Rajtar "Trait differences in sensitivity to negative feedback do not interact with the effects of acute treatment with agomelatine on behavior of rats in the forced swim test"
    12. Michał Rychlik "The effects of simultaneous inhibition of SERT and the 5-HT6 receptor on cognitive flexibility of male rats"
    13. Agata Fijałkowska "Preclinical investigation of the effects of dual-action serotonergic compounds on affective biases of male rats"
    14. Agata Cieślik "Trait sensitivity to negative and positive feedback is associated with various aspects of alcohol addiction in rats"
    15. Yaroslava Oliinyk "Affective signs of oxycodone withdrawal do not retain after 14 days of abstinence in rats"
    16. Sandra Wolska "Disulfiram reverses morphine tolerance by activating G-protein signaling"
    17. Katarzyna Głombik "Impairment of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation in the brain – involvement in depression?"
    18. Iwona Sirocka "Postnatal immune activation with Poly(I:C) alters adult mice behavior"
    19. Joanna Dunacka "The influence of locomotor responsiveness to novelty on activation of microglia in the hippocampus in the rat model of neuroinflammation"
    20. Dominika Wojtalik "The role of short neuropeptide F (sNPF) in the regulation of the circadian cycle in the Tenebrio molitor beetle"
    21. Olga Blauth "Gene expression analysis of selected neuropeptides of the beetle Tenebrio molitor L. under thermal stress conditions"
    22. Bondita Dehingia "Understanding the role of Ctcf in mouse neural precursor cells"
    23. Debadeep Chaudhury "Evolutionary changes in the genetic landscape of astrocytes from primate species: A transcriptomic overview"
    24. Eryk Duński "Towards defining the evolution of the regulome of human astrocytes"
    25. Aleksandra Mielnicka "Regulated exocytosis in astrocytes controlled by neuronal activity"
    26. Bhanu Sharma "Energetics and emergent calcium dynamics in an astrocyte-neuronal network coupled via nitric oxide molecule"
    27. Marta Czyżewska "Mutations of beta2 H267 residue of GABAA receptor transmembrane domain affect gating transitions during receptor activation"
    28. Michał Michałowski "Molecular Path of the GABA Type A Receptor Activation"
    29. Patrycja Brzdąk "Distinct regulation of GABAergic transmission and plasticity onto interneurons in the CA1 region of hippocampus - role of integrins"
    30. Gabriela Stopka "Interpeduncular nucleus neurons innervated by nucleus incertus are sensitive to nicotine – a new neuronal substrate for the influence of stress on novelty preference"
    31. Martyna Marzec "Aversive stimulus coding revisited – brain state-dependent responses of reward and anty-reward systems to electrical footshock"
    32. Volodymyr Bidniuk "Pentylentetrazol – induced Kindling as a model of metabolic syndrome"
    33. Katarzyna Patrycja Dzik "Abnormal metabolism and autophagy in the spinal cord of SOD1-G93A mice are modified by swim training"
    34. Bernadeta Pietrzak "Activation of non-nuclear estrogen receptors protects mouse neurons against β-amyloid-induced caspase-dependent apoptosis"
    35. Marta Gil "Altered synaptic physiology and impaired cognition, response to novelty and motor behaviour in a rodent model of accelerated aging."
    36. Karolina Serwach "STIM2 regulates NMDAR endocytosis after its overactivation"
    37. Shumaila Iqbal Siddiqui "Extracellular Signal‑Regulated Kinase1 (ERK1)‑Mediated Phosphorylation of Voltage‑Dependent Anion Channel (VDAC) Suppresses its Conductance"
    38. Sylwia Golba "Polymers in the service of neuroscience"
    39. Patryk Guzda "Metacognition and Cognitive Control: Conscious Error Detection in Conflict Conditions"
    40. Bartłomiej Panek "Getting ready for action! Response requirements modulate oscillatory dynamics underlying anticipatory attention"
    41. Kinga Ciupińska "Electrophysiological correlates of auditory and visual awareness: in search for domain-specific and domain-general mechanisms of conscious perception"
    42. Natalia Rutkowska "Forest before trees, or trees before forest?"
    43. Michał Wierzbicki "Motor action influence on visual awareness"
    44. Pawel Orlowski "Sensory modality defines the relation between EEG Lempel-Ziv diversity and meaningfulness of a stimulus"
    45. Wiktoria Jakubowska "Disentangling EEG correlates of consciousness and attention. The effects of cueing on detection, identification and ERPs"
    46. Maria Zimmermann "Silent movies synchronize secondary auditory cortices more in early deaf than hearing individuals"
    47. Katarzyna Hat "The impact of Sensory substitution devices on brain plasticity of the blind individuals: a case study"
    48. Emilia Kolada "Tuberous sclerosis compliex is associated with diminished neural response"
    49. Karolina Poczopko "The neural correlates of spatial sound localization based on the prestimulus oscillatory brain activity in cochlear implant users"
    50. Małgorzata Król "40-Hz auditory steady-state responses as potential biomarker of awareness"
    51. Anna Żochowska "The self and a close other: how does processing of faces and newly acquired"
    53. Jakub Skałbania "Striatal activity fluctuations affect subsequent self-control decision making"
    54. Magdalena Stanczyk "The relationship between temporal information processing in millisecond range and executive function in young normal adults"
    55. Jan Szczypiński "Theory of Mind in teachers – preliminary result from a neuroimaging study"
    56. Olgierd Borowiecki "Ambiguity of the Tower Tasks"

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