Program

Program

13th European Low grade Glioma Network Lisbon 2018



WHITE MATTER FIBER DISSECTION COURSE

Registrations: closed
Address:
Anatomic Theater - NOVA Medical School.
Campo Mártires da Pátria, 130
1169-056 Lisboa, Portugal
Time
Session
Instructors / Speakers
09h00
Welcome address and introduction
Catarina Pessanha Viegas - Neurosurgery (I.C.O., CUF Infante Santo Hospital, Hospital Garcia de Orta - PT)
09h30
Anatomy of the subcortical fibers and brain preparation for fiber dissection
Rui Manilha - Neurosurgery. (Hospital Garcia de Orta - PT)
Catarina Pessanha Viegas - Neurosurgery (I.C.O., CUF Infante Santo Hospital, Hospital Garcia de Orta - PT)
10h00
Anatomical application of language networks
Emmanuel Mandonnet - Neurosurgery (Hôpital de Lariboisière et Fernand-Widal - FR)
11h00
Coffee Break
11h15
Hands-on
Brain cortex removal and brain preparation for fiber dissection with the use of ultrasonic aspiration
12h15
Hands-on
Dissection of the arcuate fascicle
13h30
Lunch
14h00
Awake surgery - Learning from early experience
Emmanuel Mandonnet - Neurosurgery (Hôpital de Lariboisière et Fernand-Widal - FR)
14h30
Hands-on
Dissection of the inferior fronto-occipital fascicle, uncinate fascicle
16h00
Hands-on
Dissection of the inferior longitudinal fascicle and middle longitudinal fascicle
17h30
Closing remarks
Time
Session
Speakers
07h45
Registration
08h15
Welcome address
Topic Session I
Language assessment in LGG
Moderators:
Isabel Pavão Martins - Neurology. (Language Laboratory, Hospital Santa Maria - PT)
Adrià Rofes - Clinical Linguistics (Department of Cognitive Science, Johns Hopkins University - USA)
08h30
Language processing from the perspective of electrical stimulation mapping
Adrià Rofes - Clinical Linguistics (Department of Cognitive Science, Johns Hopkins University - USA)
09h00
A sensitive speeded naming test for word finding difficulties in low grade glioma patients
Djaina Satoer et al. - Clinical Linguistics (Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam - NL)
09h10
The Verb and Noun Test (VAN) for presurgical language mapping with navigated TMS and intraoperative DES - Validation of english stimuli
Ann-Katrin Ohlerth et al. - Clinical Linguistics (University Medical Centre Groningen - NL) and Neurosurgery (King's College Hospital London - UK)
09h20
Cortical plasticity of language function in glioma patients as measured by nrTMS
Sebastian Ille et al. - Neurosurgery (Erasmus MC, University Medical Center Rotterdam - NL)
09h30
Functional mapping using rTMS - Can plasticity mechanisms account for the failure to reproduce the stimulation effects?
Sascha Freigang et al. - Neurosurgery (University Hospital Graz - AT)
09h40
EEG functional connectivity networks and language functioning in low-grade glioma patients
Nienke Wolthuis et al. - Clinical Linguistics (University of Groningen - NL)
10h00
Language representation and control in awake patient bilinguals
Manuel Carreiras - Neurolinguistics (BCBL Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language - ES)
10h30
Discussion
10h45
Coffee Break
11h00
OFFICIAL OPENING
Topic Session II
Imaging, anesthesia and awake surgery in LGG
Moderators:
Teresa Nunes - Neurorradiology (Hospital Garcia de Orta - PT)
Martin Lauterbach - Neurology (Hospital Cruz Vermelha - PT)
11h15
Anesthesia in LGG
Antonio Pérez-Hick - Anesthesiology (Hospital CUF Infante Santo, Hospital Garcia de Orta - PT)
11h25
Setup presentation and clinical outcome analysis of treating highly language-eloquent gliomas via a multimodal setup including preoperative navigated transcranial magnetic stimulation and tractography as an adjunct to awake surgery
Sebastian Ille et al. - Neurosurgery (Klinikum Rechts der Isar, Technical University Munich - DE)
11h35
Exploring white matter connectivity underlying functional mapping of the hand
Henrietta Howells et al. - Neurosurgery (King's College Hospital London - UK)
11h45
Speech execution and cognitive language processing
João Leote - Neurophysiology (Hospital Garcia de Orta - PT)
11h55
Imaging practice in low-grade gliomas among european specialized centers
Christian Freyschlag et al. - Neurosurgery (Medical University of Innsbruck - AT)
12h10
Combined advanced neuropsychological examination and intraoperative imaging with neuronavigated eco in awake brain surgery
Santiago Gil Robles - Neurosurgery (Quirón Madrid, Biocruces - ES)
12h25
Towards standardisation in (awake) cortico-subcortical mapping and integration in navigation
Henry Colle - Neurosurgery (St. Lucas Hospital - BE)
12h45
Discussion
13h00
Lunch
Topic Session III
Controversies in adjuvant therapy and molecular biology in LGG
Moderators:
José Manuel Bravo Marques - Neuro-Oncology (Hospital CUF Infante Santo - PT)
Luisa Albuquerque - Neuro-Oncology (Hospital CUF Infante Santo - PT)
14h00
Radiotherapy in LGG
Minesh Mehta - Radiation Oncology (Miami Cancer Institute- USA)
14h30
Decision to administrate adjuvant therapy should not (solely) rely on molecular biology
Hugues Duffau - Neurosurgery (CHU, Hôpital Gui de Chauliac - FR)
15h00
Treatment of low grade glioma with foci of transformation - Is surgery alone enough?
John Goodden - Neurosurgery (Leeds General Infirmary- UK)
15h15
Discussion
15h30
Epigenetic vulnerabilities in LGG, biomarkers and new opportunities
Monika Hegi - Clinical Neurosciences (Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois - CH)
16h00
Coffee Break
Topic Session IV
Right hemisphere LGG
Moderators:
Catarina Pessanha Viegas - Neurosurgery (Hospital CUF Infante Santo, Hospital Garcia de Orta - PT)
Lorenzo Bello - Neurosurgery (Università degli Studi di Milano, Humanitas Research Hospital - IT)
16h15
The myth of the right “non-dominant non-eloquent” hemisphere
Hugues Duffau - Neurosurgery (CHU, Hôpital Gui de Chauliac - FR)
16h45
Right parietal LGG resections
Emmanuel Mandonnet - Neurosurgery (Hôpital Lariboisière - FR)
17h15
Praxis network in the right parietal lobe
Marco Rossi et al. - Neurosurgery (Università degli Studi di Milano, Humanitas Research Hospital - IT)
17h30
White matter circuitry associated with executive function preservation in glioma patients
Tommaso Sciortino et al. - Neurosurgery (Università degli Studi di Milano, Humanitas Research Hospital - IT)
17h45
Discussion
18h00
End of 1st day
Topic Session V
Quality of life in LGG
Moderators:
Manuel Cunha e Sá - Neurosurgery (CUF Infante Santo Hospital, Hospital Garcia de Orta - PT)
Johan Pallud - Neurosurgery (Centre Hospitalier Sainte Anne - FR)
Time
Session
Speakers
09h00
Surgical aggressiveness benefits patient survival and productivity in low grade gliomas: a policy change analysis
Pierre Robe - Neurosurgery (University Medical Center of Utrecht - NL)
09h20
Extent of resection and residual tumor thresholds for postoperative total seizure freedom in epileptic adult patients harboring a supratentorial diffuse low-grade glioma
Johan Pallud - Neurosurgery (Centre Hospitalier Sainte Anne - FR)
09h35
Cognitive and psychopathological functioning in diffuse low-grade glioma patients: focus on prospective memory and time perspective
Estele Gerdoux Ninot - Supportive Care (Psycho-Oncology Unit, Cancer Institute of Montpellier - FR)
09h55
Clinical course and risk factors for development of SMA syndrome following awake resection of gliomas in the supplementary motor area
Mathew Tate - Neurosurgery (Northwestern Memorial Hospital - USA)
10h10
Probabilistic map of the negative motor responses of upper limb and face elicited by electrostimulations
Fabien Rech - Neurosurgery (Centre Hospitalier Régional et Universitaire de Nancy - FR)
10h25
Atlas of small deep strokes after glioma surgery
Emmanuel Mandonnet - Neurosurgery (Hôpital Lariboisière - FR)
10h40
Towards a language recovery curve in the first year after brain surgery
Joanna Sierpowska - Medical Psychology (Radboud Universiteit - NL)
10h55
Discussion
11h10
Coffee Break
Topic Session VI
Collaborative studies, future projects and decision on next meeting location
Moderators:
Catarina Pessanha Viegas - Neurosurgery (I.C.O., CUF Infante Santo Hospital, Hospital Garcia de Orta - PT)
Emmanuel Mandonnet - Neurosurgery (Hôpital Lariboisière - FR)
11h25
Predictors of epileptic seizures and ability to work in supratentorial cavernous angioma located within eloquent brain areas
Johan Pallud - Neurosurgery (Centre Hospitalier Sainte Anne - FR)
11h40
Developmental venous anomaly in diffuse glioma adult patients: a clinically relevant coexistence?
Alexandre Roux - Neurosurgery (Centre Hospitalier Sainte Anne - FR)
11h50
BrainMapper: a new tool for cluster analysis and data sharing in brain electrostimulations studies
Fabien Rech - Neurosurgery (Centre Hospitalier Régional et Universitaire de Nancy - FR)
12h00
Prospective study of the network concerning surgical technique and resulting outcome
Sandro Krieg - Neurosurgery (Technische Universität München - DE)
12h10
Previous collaborative work within the network and different work in progress
Emmanuel Mandonnet - Neurosurgery (Hôpital Lariboisière - FR)
12h25
Closing session
Decision on next meeting location and closing remarks