Data Blitz


Plexon is hosting two virtual Data Blitz sessions that will include a series of 5-minute presentations. These sessions will offer a fast-paced overview of research presented at 2021 poster sessions.

Following each series of talks there will be a Q&A where we hope that presenters and attendees can openly discuss the findings, the methods, and any future directions.

Session 1

Nov 12th 10am CST


  • Evan Hart (Schoenbaum lab, National Institutes of Health)

    “Anterior cingulate neurons signal valueless associative information during sensory preconditioning”

  • Daniel Gabriel (Simon lab, University of Memphis)

    “Neuronal activity in lateral orbitofrontal cortex predicts risk of punishment during decision making in rats”

  • Zirong Gu (Costa lab, Columbia University)

    “Direct projections from the external globus pallidus to thalamus and brainstem differentially impact behavior”

  • Marcia Ratner (Farb lab, Boston University School of Medicine)

    “Loss of tonic inhibitory control of sharp wave ripples in the TgF344-AD rat”

  • Ankit Sood (Richard lab, University of Minnesota)

    “Investigating ventral pallidal encoding of expected outcome value”

  • Nathan Schultheiss (Allen lab, Florida International University)

    “Reducing Seizure and Behavior-Related Hypersynchrony of the Hippocampal Theta Rhythm Caused by Chronic Exposure to Lead (Pb2+)”

  • Keiland Cooper (Fortin lab, University of California, Irvine)

    “Hippocampal ensembles represent the sequential order of nonspatial events”

Session 2

Nov 12th 1pm CST


  • Zuzanna Balewski (Wallis lab, University of California-Berkeley

    “Fast decision representation in caudate nucleus during value-based choices”

  • Shraddha Shah (Briggs lab, University of Rochester Medical Center)

    “Attentional modulation of spike count correlations among pairs of anatomically connected V1 neurons”

  • Hamidreza Ramezanpour (Fallah lab, York University)

    “A neural mechanism for enhanced visual processing in peri-hand space”

  • SeungHyun Lee (Gothard lab, University of Arizona)

    “Quantitative assessment of information content and learning extracted from the scanpaths of macaques viewing videos of social interactions.”

  • Zoe Boundy-Singer (Goris lab, University of Texas at Austin)

    “Representation of Uncertainty by Macaque V1 Populations”

  • Gabriel Stine (Shadlen lab, Columbia University)

    “Distinct roles of the superior colliculus and the lateral intraparietal area in decision formation and termination”

Register to Attend


Staying engaged virtually is hard.

We will be giving away a $50 gift card between each speaker and one during the Q&A session.

 

You must be logged in and responsive to win.

 

Session 1

Nov 12th 10am CST


  • Evan Hart (Schoenbaum lab, National Institutes of Health)

    “Anterior cingulate neurons signal valueless associative information during sensory preconditioning”

  • Daniel Gabriel (Simon lab, University of Memphis)

    “Neuronal activity in lateral orbitofrontal cortex predicts risk of punishment during decision making in rats”

  • Zirong Gu (Costa lab, Columbia University)

    “Direct projections from the external globus pallidus to thalamus and brainstem differentially impact behavior”

  • Marcia Ratner (Farb lab, Boston University School of Medicine)

    “Loss of tonic inhibitory control of sharp wave ripples in the TgF344-AD rat”

  • Ankit Sood (Richard lab, University of Minnesota)

    “Investigating ventral pallidal encoding of expected outcome value”

  • Nathan Schultheiss (Allen lab, Florida International University)

    “Reducing Seizure and Behavior-Related Hypersynchrony of the Hippocampal Theta Rhythm Caused by Chronic Exposure to Lead (Pb2+)”

  • Keiland Cooper (Fortin lab, University of California, Irvine)

    “Hippocampal ensembles represent the sequential order of nonspatial events”

Session 2

Nov 12th 1pm CST


  • Zuzanna Balewski (Wallis lab, University of California-Berkeley

    “Fast decision representation in caudate nucleus during value-based choices”

  • Shraddha Shah (Briggs lab, University of Rochester Medical Center)

    “Attentional modulation of spike count correlations among pairs of anatomically connected V1 neurons”

  • Hamidreza Ramezanpour (Fallah lab, York University)

    “A neural mechanism for enhanced visual processing in peri-hand space”

  • SeungHyun Lee (Gothard lab, University of Arizona)

    “Quantitative assessment of information content and learning extracted from the scanpaths of macaques viewing videos of social interactions.”

  • Zoe Boundy-Singer (Goris lab, University of Texas at Austin)

    “Representation of Uncertainty by Macaque V1 Populations”

  • Gabriel Stine (Shadlen lab, Columbia University)

    “Distinct roles of the superior colliculus and the lateral intraparietal area in decision formation and termination”

Staying engaged virtually is hard.

We will be giving away a $50 gift card between each speaker and one during the Q&A session.

 

You must be logged in and responsive to win.

 


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