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13th Annual KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research & INC Cognitive Neuroscience Spring Retreat

Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind & Institute for Neural Computation

Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 8:45 AM to 5:15 PM (PDT)

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13th Annual KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research

Chair: Ralph Greenspan

 


9:00am  Ralph Greenspan, Associate Director, KIBM - Introduction

9:15am Duygu Kuzum, UCSD Electrical and Computer Engineering - Neuro-Clear: Transparent Graphene Arrays for Multimodal Probing of Brain Circuits

9:30am Chen-Min Yeh, Salk - Identifying causality beyond correlation between neurons from the whole brain of larval zebrafish under hypoxic stress

9:45am Richard Gao, UCSD Cognitive Science - Spontaneous oscillatory network dynamics in developing human cortical organoids

10:00am Tom Franken, Salk - Thinking vision: Corticocortical Feedback in Figure-Ground Segregation

10:15am Jen-Yung Chen, UCSD Neurobiology - The organization principle of the peripheral olfactory system in Drosophila

10:30am Break

10:45am Sophie Aimon, Salk/ UCSD KIBM - Studying the roots of agency in the Drosophila brain

11:00am Anna Mai, UCSD Linguistics - Using machine learning to discover acoustic cues for emotion in vocalizations

11:15am Phil Kyriakakis, UCSD Bioengineering/Center for Neural Repair -  An optogenetic tool for polysynaptic connectomics

11:30am Shyam Srinivasan, UCSD KIBM - Robustness Strategies of the Olfactory Circuit

11:45am Matthew Banghart, UCSD Neurobiology - A novel platform for fluorescent sensors of neuropeptide signaling

12:00 Lunch

 


Institute for Neural Computation Annual Spring Retreat on Cognitive Neuroscience

Chairs: Terrence Sejnowski and Eric Halgren, Co-Directors of the Cognitive Neuroscience Training Program, 

1:30pm Bruce McNaughton, Keynote Speaker, Professor, UC Irvine Neurobiology - Hippocampal index theory revisited

2:30pm Stefan Leutgeb, Professor, UCSD Neurobiology - Dependence of memory on precisely timed oscillations

3:30pm Break

4:00pm Training Program in Cognitive Neuroscience Blitz Talks

Robert Kim, UCSD Neurosciences, Predoctoral Fellow - Dynamic subtypes of schizophrenia

Ethan McBride, UCSD Neurosciences, Predoctoral Fellow - Local and global influences of spatial selection and locomotion on mouse V1

Aaron Sampson, UCSD Neurosciences, Predoctoral Fellow - Cross-Dynamical Delay Differential Analysis Reveals Information Flow During Hippocampal Ripples

Tammy Tran, UCSD Neurosciences, Predoctoral Fellow - Selective attention reduces the trial-by-trial variability of human EEG activity

Kari Hanson, UCSD Institute for Neural Computation, Postdoctoral Fellow - From genes to brains: correlating variation in structural anatomy with postmortem histology in Williams syndrome.

 Lyle Muller, UCSD Institute for Neural Computation / Salk Institute, Postdoctoral Fellow -Traveling waves in cortex: spatiotemporal dynamics shape perceptual and cognitive processes

 Josh Nichols, UCSD Neurosciences / Salk Institute, Postdoctoral Fellow -Cortical microcircuit connectivity of inhibitory subtypes

 4:45pm Terrence Sejnowski, Co-Director of INC, and the Cognitive Neuroscience Training Program.  Closing remarks

 Sponsored by the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind and the Institute for Neural Computation at the University of California, San Diego

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San Diego Supercomputer Center Auditorium
10100 Hopkins Dr
San Diego, California 92093

Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 8:45 AM to 5:15 PM (PDT)


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