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Federal Space Agency V. A. Davydov Director Stats Secretary Deputy Director Russian Academy of Sciences A. I. Grigoriev Vice-president Fund "Skolkovo" S. A.'Zhukov Executive Director / Space Technology Cluster National Aeronautics and Space Administration Mark L Polansky Astronaut, Director of NASA Star City Operations European Space Agency Martin Zell Director, ISS Astronauts and Utilization Department ISS Crew M, E. Possum, S. A. Volkov, S. Furukawa Mars-500 crew A. S. Sitev, S. R. Kamolov, A. V. Smoleevsky R. Charles, D. Urbina, W. Yue Presentations Piloted missions: From Yu. A. Gagarin to the ISS and remote space S. K. Krikalev/ Chief, Gagarin Crew Training Center Space, medicine, health I. B. Ushakov / Director, IBMP 18 14.0017.00, . 58, 65, 68, .. 17.0018.30, 1819 , 10.0016. , . : ..

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The schedule of the Conference Pilotide Flights into Space October 19, 1 2 3 Name of the Session/Subsession Time Place Page Session 1. Problems and perspectives of piloted space 10.00-13.00 room 205, systems development and application 14.00-17.00 bld. Session 2. Problems of cosmonauts` professional 10.00-13.00 --- training and activities 14.00-17. Subsession 2.1. Professional training of cosmonauts 10.00-13.00 room 201, 14.00-17.00 bld.65 () Subsession 2.2. Extravehicular activity 10.00-13.00 room 206, 14.00-17.00 bld. Session 3. Applied and fundamental researches and 10.00-13.00 --- experiments in space 14.00-17. Subsession 3.1. Applied and fundamental researches 10.00-13.00 room 305, and experiments 14.00-17.00 bld. Subsession 3.2. Biomedical researches and experiments 10.00-13.00 room 225, 14.00-17.00 bld. Session 4. Engineering means for cosmonauts` training 10.00-13.00 --- and simulation of space flights factors 14.00-17. Subsession 4.1. Engineering means for cosmonauts 10.00-13.00 room 239, training 14.00-17.00 bld. Subsession 4.2. Problems of centrifuges exploitation 10.00-13.00 Hall , bld.68 and its application for cosmonauts` training, tests and 14.00-17. researches Session 5. Medical and psychological aspects of 10.00-13.00 Conference-hall, selection, training, professional activity and post-flight 14.00-17.00 bld. rehabilitation of cosmonauts Session 6. Youth for present and future of piloted 10.00-13.00 room. 320, cosmonautics. Educational programs 14.00-17.00 bld. Lunch 13.00-14.00 Dining room Departure 17.00-18.00 -3, Note: Coffee breaks during morning and evening sessions/subsessions are planned for 11.20 and 15.20.

Welcome reception is at 17.00.

19 2011 . 10.00-17. . 205, . Room 205, bld. 1. SESSION 1. PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES OF PILOTED SPACE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION : .. , .. : .. 1. 10.00-13. Meeting 1.

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INTERPLANETARY TRANSIT SIMULATIONS USING THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION J.B. Charles1, C. E. Kundrot 1, M. Arya NASA Human Research Program, Johnson Space Center Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group Houston, Texas, USA : .. , .. , .. , .. , .. .. , . - .. , .. - , . : , , .. Ի, . "", . . Ի, . - : .. , .. , .. , .. , . .. , .. , .. , . , :

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10- - .. , .. , .. - , . NASA SPACE BIOLOGY RESEARCH FOR 2010- D.L. Tomko1, K.A. Souza2, H.G. Levine3, J. Cohen NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

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.. , .. , .. , .. , .. , .. , , . .. 1, .. 2, .. - , . - . .. HUMAN CARDIOVASCULAR ADAPTATION TO WEIGHTLESSNESS P. Norsk Element Scientist, NASA-Human Research Program USRA/NASA-Johnson Space Center Mail code: SK111, Houston, TX 77565, USA MDS A NEW RESISTANCE EXERCISE DEVICE TO COUNTERACT MUSCLE ATROPHY AND STRENGTH LOSS IN LONG TERM SPACEFLIGHT H. Tschan1, N. Bachl1, T. Angeli2, N. Barta2, G. Adamcik2, R. Talla2, A.I. Netreba3, A. Shpakov3, E. Tomilovskaya3, I.B. Kozlovskaya Dept. Sport and Exercise Physiology, Institute for Sport Science. University of Vienna, Austria Dept. of Machine Designs and Rehabilitation Engineering, Technical University of Vienna, Austria RF SRC Institute of Biomedical Problems, Moscow, Russia .

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.. 1, .. 1, .. 2, .. 2, .. 2, .. 2, .. .. , - .. , .. . .. , . .. , .. , .. , .. . .. , . 19 2011 . 10.00-17. -, . Conference Hall, bld. 5. , , ˨ SESSION 5. MEDICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SELECTION, TRAINING, PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY AND POST-FLIGHT REHABILITATION OF COSMONAUTS : .. , .. , .. : .. 1. 10.00-13. Meeting 1.

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.. - . .. ,. . - HUMAN HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE CONSIDERATIONS FOR EXPLORATION OF NEAR EARTH ASTEROIDS (NEA) C.E. Kundrot1, J.B. Charles2, S.L. Steinberg NASA Human Research Program, Houston, USA Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group, Houston, USA NASA Human Research Program, Houston, USA ˨ .. , .. - , . SPACECRAFT HABITABLE VOLUME: RESULTS OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP D.J. Fitts, J. Connolly, R. Howard, Ph.D. Johnson Space Center Houston, TX, USA .. , .. , . .. , .. , .. , .. - , . :

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Conference Major Problems of Space Life Sciences and satellite symposium Life Support Systems for Humans in Space Flights (2021 2011 .) , .

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The schedule of the conference and a satellite symposium sessions Name of the Session Time Place Page Commencement meeting 20.10.11 President Hall 10.00-10. Conference 1 Medical support of humans space flights 20.10.11 President Hall Meeting 1 10.30-13.00 20.10. Meeting 2 14.00-16.30 2 Gravitational physiology of motor control systems 20.10.11 Blue Hall Meeting 1 10.30-13.00 20.10. Meeting 2 14.00-16.30 3 Gravitational physiology of sensory systems 21.10.11 Blue Hall 10.00-13. 4 Gravitational physiology of muscles system 21.10.11 Blue Hall 14.00-17. 5 Space Biology 20.10.11 Beige Hall 10.30-13. 6 Gravitational Biology 20.10.11 Beige Hall 14.00-16. 7 Radiation safety of humans space flights: radiobiological 21.10.11 Beige Hall aspects 10.00-13. 8 Radiation safety of humans space flights: radio-physical 21.10.11 Beige Hall aspects 14.00-17. 9 Physiology of cardiovascular system 21.10.11 Red Hall 10.00-13. 10 Psycho-physiological problems related to prolonged space 21.10.11 Red Hall flights of humans 14.00-17. 11 Gravity. Bone system and mineral metabolism 21.10.11 Small Hall 10.00-13. 12 Some problems of magnetic biology 21.10.11 Small Hall 14.00-17. Symposium 1s Life support systems in current space flights 20.10.11 Green Hall 10.30-13. 2s Advanced physicochemical life support systems 20.10.11 Green Hall 14.00-16. 3s Bioengineering life support systems 21.10.11 Green Hall Meeting 1 10.00-13.00 21.10. Meeting 2 14.00-17.00 Please note, that on 20th of October morning and evening meetings are carried out without coffee breakes.

Tea and coffee will be offered at 13.30. Welcome reception meal will begin at 17.00. On the 21th of October morning and evening meetings are carried out with coffee breakes at 11.20-11.40 and 15.20 15.40. Departure of buses to IMBP to visit MARS-500 complex will be on October, 21 at 17.30.

20 2011 . 10.30 16. President Hall 1. SESSION 1. MEDICAL SUPPORT OF HUMANS SPACE FLIGHTS : .. , .. : .. 1. 10.30-13. Meeting 1.

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AN EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH TO DETERMINING THE MEDICAL CAPABILITIES NEEDED FOR LONG DURATION, INTERPLANETARY MISSIONS S.D. Watkins1, D.K. Baumann2, J.H. Wu3, K.N. Barsten4, E.L. Kerstman1, Y.R. Barr The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, USA NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, USA Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering, Houston, USA Enterprise Advisory Services, Inc., Houston, USA 20 2011 . 10.30 16. Blue Hall 2. SESSION 2. GRAVITATIONAL PHYSIOLOGY OF MOTOR CONTROL SYSTEMS : .. , .. : .. 1. 10.30-13. Meeting 1.

˨ .. , .. - , . CO-VARIANCE IN THE VESTIBULO-OCULAR REFLEX, POSTURAL BALANCE AND LOCOMOTION DURING ADAPTION TO 2.5X MAGNIFYING LENSES K.H. Beaton1, A.L. Wong1, M.C. Schubert2, M. Shelhamer1, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore MD USA Dept. of Biomedical Engineering Dept. of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery .. , .. . .. , . WALK ON FLOOR EYES CLOSED TEST: A UNIQUE TEST OF SPACEFLIGHT INDUCED ATAXIA M.F. Reschke, E.A. Fisher, I.S. Kofman, J.M. Cerisano, D.L. Harm, J.J. Bloomberg NASA Johnson Space Center, 2101 NASA Parkway, Houston, TX 77058, USA EFFECTS OF SIMULATED MICROGRAVITY ON MUSCULAR AFFERENCES AND OF REAL MICROGRAVITY ON MOTOR CONTROL M. Falempin, F. Picquet University of Sciences and Technology, LILLE, France .. 1, .. 2, .. 3, .. 4, .. 1, , . , . () , . - , . .. , .. , .. , .. - , . .. 1,4, .. 2, .. 3, . . .. , . - , . - , . , -, 2. 14.00 16. Meeting 2.

.. , .. , .. , .. - , . COUNTERMEASURES TO ENHANCE SENSORIMOTOR ADAPTABILITY J.J. Bloomberg1, A.P. Mulavara2, B.T. Peters3, R.A. Brady3, C.D. Batson4, C.A. Miller3, H.S. Cohen NASA-Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, USA Universities Space Research Association Division of Space Life Sciences, Houston, TX, USA, 3Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group, Houston, TX, USA MEI Technologies, Inc., Houston, TX, USA Bobby R. Alford Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA A SIMPLE POSTFLIGHT MEASURE OF POSTURAL ATAXIA IN ASTRONAUTS M.F. Reschke, D.L. Harm, I.S. Kofman, S.J. Wood, J.J. Bloomberg NASA Johnson Space Center, 2101 NASA Parkway, Houston, TX 77058, USA .. , .. , .. , .. , .. , .. - , . .. , .. . .. , . , - . . , . . , . . - . .. (), . :

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CROSS-POINTING TEST TO COMPARE GROUND-BASED STATE AND SPACEFLIGHT ADAPTATION OF MOTOR CONTROL PROCESSES AND COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE L. Simon, M. Endrenyi, S. Garab, V. Gyulai Laboratory of Sensorimotor Adaptation, Dept. of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary () .. , .. . .. , . . , . - , .. , .. , .. , .. , .. , ..

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F. Wuyts, K. Buytaert Antwerp. University Research center for Equilibrium and Aerospace, Belgium EFFECTS OF DRY-IMMERSION ON VESTIBULO-VASCULAR RESPONSES AND SUBJECTIVE VISUAL VERTICAL P. Denise 1, V. Kitov 2, I. Naumov, H. Normand, L. Kornilova 2, E. Tomilovskaya 2, I. Kozlovskaya Universite de Caen Basse-Normandie UFRDE Medicine, France - , . .. 1, .. , .. , .. . .. , . - . .. (), .

. ,. MODIFICATION OF THE PASSIVE VESTIBULO-OCULAR REFLEX DURING AND AFTER SHORT DURATION SPACEFLIGHT S. J. Wood 1,2, M. F. Reschke Universities Space Research Association, Houston TX, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston TX , .. , .. , - . .. , . .-

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- .. 1, .. , .. 1, .. 1, .. - , . . .. .. , .. , .. , .. - , . VISION MONITORING OF HEAD-DOWN TILT BED REST SUBJECTS R.L. Cromwell1, S.B. Zanello1, P.O. Yarbough1, J.S. Neigut2, G. Taibbi3, G. Vizzeri Universities Space Research Association, Houston, Texas, USA National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Houston, Texas, USA The University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, USA 21 2011 . 14.00 17. Blue Hall 4. SESSION 4. GRAVITATIONAL PHYSIOLOGY OF MUSCLES SYSTEM : Y. Mounier, .. , .. , T. Yoshioka : .. CONTRIBUTION OF BIOSATELLITE FLIGHTS AND SIMULATED MICROGRAVITY EXPERIMENTS TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF MUSCLE PLASTICITY Y. Mounier, L. Stevens University of Sciences and Technology of LILLE, France .. , .. , .. , .. - , . .. - , . .. - , . .. , .. , . .. , .. - , . EFFECTS OF APPLICATION OF HEAT-STRESS FOR PREVENTION OF UNLOADING-RELATED ATROPHY AND STIMULATION OF RECOVERY OF SKELETAL MUSCLE T. Yoshioka1, K. Goto2, Y. Ohira Hirosaki Gakuin University, Hirosaki City, Aomori Department of Physiology, Graduate School of Health Sciences, Toyohashi SOZO University, Toyohashi City, Aichi Section of Applied Physiology, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University, Toyonaka City, Osaka, Japan .. , .. , .. , .. - , . O-GLC-NACYLATION AND MUSCLE PLASTICITY C. Cienewski-Bernard, V. Montel, B. Bastide EA 4488, Equipe Activit Physique Muscle et Sant (APMS), Universit Lille nord de France, 59655 Villeneuve dAscq, France 17.30 - :

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Space Science and Technology Institute, Vilnius, Lithuania MAJOR RESULTS OF OVER THREE DECADES OF US/RUSSIAN COLLABORATION IN SPACE BIOLOGY K.A. Souza1, J. Cohen1, E.A. Ilyin2, N.A. Rayl1, V.N. Sychev2, D.L. Tomko NASA Ames Research Center, Mt. View, CA, U.S.A.

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