2024 CNLM Spring Meeting

Making TIME

Temporally Integrated Memory for Events

April 25-26, 2024

Herklotz Conference Room (directions)
Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
University of California, Irvine

Organizing Committee:
Laura Ewell, Norbert Fortin, Gary Lynch, Christine Gall, and Michael Yassa

$100 for faculty; $50 for trainees/students


Thursday, April 25, 2024

8:00 am

Check-in, Breakfast, and Poster Set-up

9:00 am

Welcome and Introduction

Session 1: Temporal Signals and Periodicity
Moderator: Liz Chrastil, UC Irvine

Soledad Gonzalo Cogno, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Minute-scale periodic sequences in the medial entorhinal cortex

Zahra Aghajan, UCLA
Temporal representation in the human brain at different scales: from individual seconds to a minute-scale periodic code

Bradley Lega, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center
Convergent mechanisms of temporal representations during order memory

11:45 am


1:00 pm

Open Paper Session

2:00 pm

Poster Session and Refreshments

3:30 pm

Data Blitz Session

5:30 pm

Trainee Dinner Session

What is the future of graduate student neuroscience education?
Michael Yassa, UC Irvine
Denise Cai, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

Friday, April 26, 2024

8:30 am


9:00 am

Session 2: Linking and Integrating Memories Over Time I
Moderator: Christine Gall, UC Irvine

Tomás Ryan, Trinity College Dublin
Forgetting as adaptive engram plasticity

Kaori Takehara-Nishiuchi, University of Toronto
Acetylcholine controls the integration of threat history in the medial prefrontal cortex

Laura Ewell, UC Irvine
Hippocampal codes for fast updating of changing reward magnitudes

11:30 am


1:00 pm

Session 3: Linking and Integrating Memories Over Time II
Moderator: Eitan Schechtman, UC Irvine

Denise Cai, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Memory stability and flexibility across the lifetime

Josh Jacobs, Columbia University
Ripples and traveling waves underlie human episodic memory encoding

Norbert Fortin, UC Irvine
The hippocampus as a... wormhole? Hippocampal representations of sequential relationships among extended event sequences

3:30 pm


4:00 pm

Keynote: Dean Buonomano, UCLA
Timing, neural dynamics, and working memory

5:00 pm

BrainFest Party