INC Cognitive Neuroscience Spring Retreat in conjunction with the 16th Annual KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research

WHEN: Saturday, July 10, 2021, 9:00am to 5:00pm


16th Annual KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research

9:00 am

Yishi Jin Co-Director, KIBM


9:15 am

Chair: Ed Callaway, Co-Director, KIBM

Yue Sun KIBM & Salk / Erin Ritchie Biomedical Sciences

From worms to mice: protecting neuronal function under stress

9:30 am

Robert Gallant UCSD Biological Sciences

Predicting infection outcome using nongenetic differences in brain structure

9:45 am

Gajender Aleti Psychiatry

Microbiome and the associated neuroactive potential in brain health

10:00 am

Arturs Semenuks Cognitive Science

Neural Sensitivity to Grammatical Structure

10:15 am

Teryn Johnson Cognitive Science

Bridging Electrophysiological Scales in a Rat Auditory Paradigm

10:30 am


10:45 am

Chair:Gabe Silva, Associate Director, KIBM

Marta Pratelli Neurobiology Section, Biological Sciences

From neurotransmitter switching to behavior: optimizing imaging and molecular biology tools to shed light on a missing link in neuroplasticity

11:00 am

Jinho Jhang Salk Institute, Peptide Biology Lab (PBL-H)

Breathe slowly, and experience tranquility - bifurcate top-down breathing circuits

11:15 am

Lauren Hodge Bioengineering

Characterization of the activity and roles of neurological disorder-linked chromatin regulators

11:30 am

Carolina Makowski Radiology

Small changes in the genome, big leaps in brain structure for humankind: Contributions of uniquely human traits to brain development

11:45 am

Pragathi Priyadharsini Balasubramani Psychiatry

Quantifying gut instincts: understanding the coupling between electrical signals from the gut and the brain during cognition

12:00 pm – 12:30 pm


INC Spring Retreat on Cognitive Neuroscience

12:25 pm

NIMH Training Program in Cognitive Neuroscience Symposium

Chair: Eric Halgren

12:30 pm

Jia Xiaoxuan

Tracking information flow in the mouse visual areas

1:30 pm

Cris Neill

Cortical processing for natural vision

2:30 pm


2:40 pm

Jordan Hamm

A circuit for deviance detection in primary visual cortex

3:40 pm

Blitz Talks by predoctoral and postdoctoral fellows, UCSD

Chair: Eric Halgren

Mia Borzello

What is the Dentate Gyrus Good For? A Role in Spatial Pattern Separation

Jacob Garrett

Spectral Correlates of Opioid Medication and Pain Relief in Intracranial EEG

Christopher Gonzalez

Sleep spindle variability across the human cortex

Tim Sainburg

Temporal context-dependence in the categorical perception of birdsong

Tim Sheehan

The influence of sensory history on visual processing and perception

Leila Fakhraei

Electrophysiological Correlates of Rodent Default-Mode Network Suppression Revealed by Large-Scale Local Field Potential Recordings

Wilkie Olin-Ammentorp

Phasor Networks for Biologically-Inspired AI

4:15 pm

Q & A Session with Blitz Talk Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellows

4:30 pm

Terrence Sejnowski Salk Institute

Closing remarks

Sponsored by the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind and the Institute for Neural Computation.