Stanford at SFN11: Sunday Schedule

What has the Stanford Neuroscience community been up to? Find out by visiting our presentations and posters at SFN2011! The Stanford Neuroscience affiliates presenting their research on Sunday, Nov 13 are:


8:30-8:45 am: Matt Kaufman (Krishna Shenoy lab)
Title: Changes of mind in a decision-making maze task in monkey
Location: 146A
10:15-10:35 am : Sam McClure
Title: Behavioral implications of relative value coding in the human brain
Location: 207B
1:45-2:00 pm: David Kastner (Stephen Baccus lab)
Title: Mechanism and circuitry underlying retinal sensitization
Location: 152B


8:00-9:00 am: Mehrdad Shamloo
Program#/Poster#: 152.01/W7
Title: Xamoterol rescues memory deficit in mouse model of down syndrome by activation of beta-1 adrenergic receptor.
Location: Hall A-C
9:00-10:00 am: Jake Rinaldi (Jennifer Raymod lab)
Program#/Poster#: 183.14/QQ25
Title: Climbing fiber activity as an error signal for VOR motor learning
Location: Hall A-C
10:00-11:00 am: Paul Buckmaster
Program#/Poster#: 154.03/Y18
Title: Temporal lobe epilepsy in California sea lions.
Location: Hall A-C
1:00-2:00 pm: Lisa Gunaydin (Karl Deisseroth lab)
Program#/Poster#: 306.05/YY16
Title: Bidirectional modulation of social behavior by optogenetic tuning of mesolimbic dopamine circuitry
Location: Hall A-C
1:00-2:00 pm: Emily Ferenczi (Karl Deisseroth lab)
Program#/Poster#: 306.09/YY20
Title: Stability of optogenetic tool deactivation kinetics under varying stimulation conditions
Location: Hall A-C
2:00-3:00 pm: Kelsey Clark (Tirin Moore lab)
Program#/Poster#: 272.18/JJ23
Title: Role of dopamine-mediated activity in the frontal eye field in spatial working memory
Location: Hall A-C
2:00-3:00 pm: Rohit Prakash (Karl Deisseroth lab)
Program#/Poster#: 306.10/YY21
Title: Development of two-photon optogenetic control by integrating optics with molecular engineering
Location: Hall A-C
3:00-4:00 pm: Lief Fenno (Karl Deisseroth lab)
Program#/Poster#: 306.07/YY18
Title: Combinatorial optogenetics with integrated spectral and temporal control
Location: Hall A-C
3:00-4:00 pm: Dan O'Shea (Krishna Shenoy lab)
Program#/Poster#: 306.11/YY22
Title: Optogenetic control of excitatory neurons via a red-shifted opsin in primate premotor cortex
Location: Hall A-C
4:00-5:00 pm: Joanna Mattis (Karl Deisseroth lab)
Program#/Poster#: 306.12/YY23
Title: Principles for optogenetics derived from direct comparative analysis of microbial opsins
Location: Hall A-C