Stanford at SfN11 - Monday 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 Monday, Nov 14 are:


10:15-10:35 am: Marius Wernig
Title: Novel reprogramming methods and ways to bypass the pluripotent state by directly converting non-neuronal somatic cells into functional neurons
Location: Ballroom B


8:00-9:00 am: Brittany Burrows
Program#/Poster#: 405.13/YY63
Title: Effects of reward and FEF microstimulation on choice and visually guided saccades during a free-choice task
Location: Hall A-C
9:00-10:00 am: Lynette Foo (Barres Lab)
Program#/Poster#: 330.02/A32
Title: Development of a novel method to purify and culture rodent astrocytes
Location: Hall A-C
9:00-10:00 am: Nick Steinmetz (Moore and Boahen lab)
Program#/Poster#: 379.06/OO26
Title: Pattern of presaccadic modulation of visual responses in macaque V4 measured simultaneously across cortical layers
Location: Hall A-C
10:00-11:00 am: Gary Steinberg
Program#/Poster#: 362.19/EE19
Title: Functional engraftment of CHR2-expressing human neural stem cells in experimental model of stroke
Location: Hall A-C
1:00-2:00 pm: Andreas Rauschecker
Program#/Poster#: 486.01/OO11
Title: Position-sensitivity in the VWFA measured using fMRI pattern-classification and intracranial recordings in humans
Location: Hall A-C
2:00-3:00 pm: Josef Parvizi
Program#/Poster#: 486.02/OO12
Title: Ventral occipito-temporal circuits for word form recognition elucidated using subdural electrode recordings in humans
Location: Hall A-C