Spring Meeting

Please join us for the 2019 CNLM Spring Meeting
April 25-26, Herklotz Conference Center

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Symposium Topics

  1. Novel Approaches in Mapping Plasticity in Neural Circuits
  2. Frontiers in Bidirectional Memory Modulation
  3. Information Processing and Computation in Learning Systems

Agenda

Thursday April 25, 2019

8:30am  --  Light breakfast
9:00am  --  Welcome
9:15am-10:00am  --  Data Blitz Session 1
10:00am-12:00pm. --  Symposium - Frontiers in Bidirectional Memory Modulation
                                        MODERATOR: CHRISTINE GALL, PH.D.
12:00pm-1:00pm  --  Lunch in CNLM courtyard
1:00pm-2:00pm  --  Data Blitz Session 2
                                   MODERATOR: SOYUN KIM, PH.D.
2:00-4:00pm  --  Symposium - Novel Approaches in Mapping Plasticity in Neural Circuits
                               MODERATOR: RON FROSTIG, PH.D.
4:00pm-4:15pm  --  Coffee Break
4:15pm-5:15pm  -  Keynote Lecture - Timothy Murphy, Ph.D.
5:15pm  --   Reception

Friday April 26, 2019

9:00am  --  Light breakfast
9:30am-10:30am  --  Open Paper Talks
                                      MODERATOR: JOHN GUZOWSKI, PH.D.
10:30am - 12:30pm  --  Symposium - Information Processing and Computation in Learning and Memory
                                         MODERATOR: BRUCE MCNAUGHTON, PH.D.
12:30pm  --  Lunch in CNLM courtyard

SYMPOSIA

Frontiers in Bidirectional Memory Modulation
Moderator: Christine Gall, Ph.D.
Thursday April 25, 10am-12pm

  • Lulu Chen, Ph.D. (UC Irvine)
  • Steve Ramirez, Ph.D. (Boston University)
  • Nanthia Suthana, Ph.D. (UCLA)
  • Brian Wiltgen, Ph.D. (UC Davis)

Novel Approaches in Mapping Plasticity in Neural Circuits
Moderator: Ron Frostig, Ph.D.
Thursday April 25, 2pm-4pm

  • Kevin Beier, Ph.D. (UCIrvine)
  • Brenda Bloodgood, Ph.D. (UCSD)
  • Laura DeNardo, Ph.D. (UCLA)
  • Jun-Hyeong Cho, Ph.D. (UCRiverside)

Information Processing and Computation in Learning and Memory
Moderator: Bruce McNaughton, Ph.D.
Friday April 26, 10:30am-12:30pm

  • Bartlett Mel, Ph.D. (USC)
  • Maksim Bazhenov, Ph.D. (UCSD)
  • Mimi Liljeholm, Ph.D. (UCIrvine)
  • Tatyana Sharpee, Ph.D. (Salk Institute)

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Tim_Murphy

Timothy Murphy, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychiatry and Cellular & Physiological Sciences
University of British Columbia

High-throughput electrophysiological, behavioral, or social event triggered imaging of mouse mesoscale brain activity.

Data Blitz Competition (April 25)

Data Blitzs are short rapid-fire talks by graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Talks are 4 minutes long followed by 1 minute of questions. Only 1 slide conveying one (and only one) key finding is permitted.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: 4/19/19

Open Paper Presentations (April 26)

Open papers are individual short talks by faculty members (8 minute talk followed by 2 minutes of questions)
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: 4/19/19

Thank you to the 2019 CNLM Spring Meeting Committee Professors Christine Gall, Ron Frostig, Michael Yassa and Sunil Gandhi.

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