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The international Lab Meeting - Spring 2021

The international Lab Meeting - Spring 2021

Friday, May 7, 14:00-17:00 h, and Saturday, May 8, 13:00-16:00 h (Berlin/Paris time)
Meeting-ID: 828 910 3856; Code: 1

The meeting is meant to be a platform for exchange. Because it is a lab meeting presentations are not expected to be perfect. So those attendees will be disappointed who just want to come and see brilliant shows.

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Friday, May 7, 14:00-17:00 h

14:00Thomas Hummel
chair: Antje Hähner
14:06Antonie BierlingDresdenOlfactory perception in relation to the physicochemical odor space
14:12Coralie MignotDresdenOlfactory and trigeminal Event-Related Potentials in migraineurs with or without aura
14:18Moa PeterStockholmCross-modal processing within olfactory cortex in congenital anosmia
14:24Conner MasseyAuroraInitial forays into transcriptomic analysis of human olfactory epithelium
14:30Pengfei HanChongqingngHabitual spicy food intake is related to alteration of oral trigeminal and gustatory perception in healthy young females
14:36Martina Tlamkova PardubiceRespiratory sniff pattern of anosmics
14:42Laura Schäfer DresdenBody odours as a Chemosignals in the mother-child relationship
14:48Carl PhilpottNorwichPriority setting partnership on smell and taste disorders survey
14:54Victoria RegemorterBrusselsOlfactory identification dysfunction predicts frailty in a population of older patients scheduled for elective surgery
15:00Jie MeiQuebecEarly detection of Parkinson's disease using machine learning
15:06Qiang WangGuangzhouOlfactory Dysfunction Is Already Present with Subjective Cognitive Decline and Deepens with Disease Severity in the Alzheimer's Disease Spectrum 
15:12Moustafa BensafiLyonOlfactomotor activity in patients with smell deficits
15:18Bob PellegrinoPhiladelphiaParosmia in COVID19-associated smell loss
chair: Caroline Huart
15:42Camille FerdenziLyonSelf-reported post-Covid phantosmia
15:48Christophe BousquetLyonImpacts of olfactory disorders linked to COVID-19 on quality of life
15:54Andreas Steenholt Niklassen AarhusCOVID‐19: Recovery from Chemosensory Dysfunction. A Multicentre study on Smell and Taste
16:00Evelina ThunellStockholmThe effect of COVID-19 on olfactory function and cerebral morphology
16:06Konstantinos Garefis               ThessalonikiCRS phenotypes and bitter taste
16:12Chloé Migneault-Bouchard LyonComparison of trigeminal sensitivity of chronic rhinosinusitis patients with or without previous nasal surgery
16:18Neelima Gupta New DelhiSinonasal disorders and olfaction
16:24Tanja DrewsBerlinSmell disorders after fractures of the nose
16:30Aytug Altundag IstanbulOlfactory Cleft
16:36Giorgia SollaiCagliariOlfactory function in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) patients
16:42Pavlina BrothankovaPardubiceTaste examination and texture
16:48Agnieszka SorokowskaWroclavOlfactory sensitivity and food neophobia in adolescents: a preliminary study
16:54Maira Harume NagaiDurhamSmelling sulfur in Wilson's disease
17:00Basile LandisGenevaTenacious phantosmia.

Saturday, May 8, 13:00-15:45 h

13:00Thomas Hummel
chair: Andreas Niklassen-Steenholt
13:06Bano SinghOsloCovid long-haulers and their chemosensory disturbances
13:12Hanani Abdul MananKuala Lumpurgrey matter and white matter changes in congenital and acquired anosmia; a systematic review
13:18Divesh ThaplooDresdenTractography in Olfaction
13:24Benoit JobinQuebecVolumetry of Olfactory Structures in Alzheimer’s Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment
13:30Yukari NakamuraKanazawaUsefulness of olfactory scintigraphy for the patients with congenital anosmia
13:36Xiaoguang Yan  DresdenUnusual Structural Pattern of the Anterior Skull Base in Congenital Anosmia
13:42Harris Georgiopoulos LimköppingBrain structure (voxel-based morphology) and olfaction in chldren
13:48Behzad IravaniStockholmNon-invasive functional recording from olfactory bulb dissociates PD patients
13:54Valentin SchrieverBerlinDiagnostic of olfactory dysfunction in children
14:00Michał Pieniak WroclawQ-Powders – a quick test for screening retronasal olfactory disorders with tasteless powders
14:06Cagdas Guducu IzmirElectrophysiological tools for the evaluation of olfactory function
14:12Marylou MantelLyonModeling olfactory experience and its variability
14:18Eri MoriTokyoIs the diagnosis correct? Experience from our smell clinic
chair:  Iordanis Konstantinidis
14:42Masayoshi TeiTokyoA retrospective study on parosmia and phantosmia
14:48Ayaho YoshinoTokyoRetronasal identification test for Japanese
14:54Julien HsiehGenevaSMELL-RS: a new concept for a smell threshold test
15:00Giancarlo Ottaviano PadovaComparison of self-reported symptoms and psychophysical olfactory tests in COVID-19 subjects experiencing long-term olfactory dysfunction
15:06Shubin LiGuangzhouDevelopment and validation of the Olfactory Memory Test Battery (OMTB)
15:12Jiayu HuangGuangzhouDevelopment of the Self-reported Olfactory Dysfunction Questionnaire (SODQ)
15:18Andreas Steenholt Niklassen AarhusValidation of a Retronasal Olfactory Powder Test and development of a Quick Retronasal Olfactory Test
15:24Anna OleszkiewiczWroclawHuman olfactory ecology appears to improve the sense of smell in patients and healthy controls
15:30Sotiria GenetzakiThessalonikiOral steroids in post-URTI olfactory dysfunction
15:36Han-Seok SeoFayetvilleEffects of auditory cues on gustatory perception and event-related potentials
15:42Vittoria Avarao DresdenTrain your stem cells to smell better
15:48Birthe SturmDresden/
Olfactory sensory neurons: How odor exposure influences targeting and regeneration
15:54Patricia Portillo MazalBuenos AiresDeveloping an accesible 3-item smell test in Argentina in pandemia