Data Blitz


Plexon is hosting the second annual virtual Data Blitz that will include a series of 7-minute research presentations. This year's session will offer a fast-paced overview of the latest neuroscience research.

Following the presentations, there will be a Q&A where we hope that presenters and attendees can openly discuss results, methods, and future directions.

Jan 16th 11am CST


  • Kris Phataraphruk (Buneo lab, Arizona State University)

    “Effects of a Tactile Arm Position Cue on Motor Cortical Activity when Reaching in a Virtual Environment”

  • Gabriela Izowit (Błasiak lab, Jagiellonian University)

    “Brain state dependent responses of the lateral habenula neurons to the aversive stimulus”

  • Thomas Elston (Wallis lab, University of California, Berkeley)

    "Hippocampal-prefrontal mechanisms underlying context-dependent valuation in non-human primates"

  • Ka H. Ng (Sangha lab, Indiana University School of Medicine) (Currently postdoc in Nautiyal lab, Dartmouth College)

    "Infralimbic cortex encoding of fear suppression behavior"

  • Shraddha Shah (Briggs lab, University of Rochester)

    "Investigating the relationship between attentional modulation and task-relevant feature selectivity among V1 neurons"

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

    "Relating V1 population activity to perceptual orientation uncertainty"

  • Michael Totty (Maren lab, Texas A&M University)

    "Thalamic Nucleus Reuniens Coordinates Prefrontal-Hippocampal Synchrony to Suppress Extinguished Fear"

  • Kyle Duffer (Morrison lab, University of Pittsburgh)

    "Distinct activity patterns of cue-excited and cue-inhibited cells in the nucleus accumbens during Pavlovian conditioning, extinction, and reward devaluation"

  • Aaron Fleischer (Frick lab, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

    "Tet-Tagging as a Method to Test the Estrogenic Two-Step Wiring Hypothesis"

  • Ryan Rakoczy (McMurray lab, Miami University)

    "Pharmacological and Neurophysiological Effects of Psilocybin and Related Novel Tryptamines"

  • Valerie Estela-Pro (Burwell lab, Brown University)

    "Novel alpha oscillatory events in rodents during complex discrimination"

Jan 16th 11am CST


  • Kris Phataraphruk (Buneo lab, Arizona State University)

    “Effects of a Tactile Arm Position Cue on Motor Cortical Activity when Reaching in a Virtual Environment”

  • Gabriela Izowit (Błasiak lab, Jagiellonian University)

    “Brain state dependent responses of the lateral habenula neurons to the aversive stimulus”

  • Thomas Elston (Wallis lab, University of California, Berkeley)

    "Hippocampal-prefrontal mechanisms underlying context-dependent valuation in non-human primates"

  • Ka H. Ng (Sangha lab, Indiana University School of Medicine) (Currently postdoc in Nautiyal lab, Dartmouth College)

    "Infralimbic cortex encoding of fear suppression behavior"

  • Shraddha Shah (Briggs lab, University of Rochester)

    "Investigating the relationship between attentional modulation and task-relevant feature selectivity among V1 neurons"

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

    "Relating V1 population activity to perceptual orientation uncertainty"

  • Michael Totty (Maren lab, Texas A&M University)

    "Thalamic Nucleus Reuniens Coordinates Prefrontal-Hippocampal Synchrony to Suppress Extinguished Fear"

  • Kyle Duffer (Morrison lab, University of Pittsburgh)

    "Distinct activity patterns of cue-excited and cue-inhibited cells in the nucleus accumbens during Pavlovian conditioning, extinction, and reward devaluation"

  • Aaron Fleischer (Frick lab, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

    "TBD"

  • Ryan Rakoczy (McMurray lab, Miami University)

    "Pharmacological and Neurophysiological Effects of Psilocybin and Related Novel Tryptamines"

  • Valerie Estela-Pro (Burwell lab, Brown University)

    "Novel alpha oscillatory events in rodents during complex discrimination"

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.

 

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.

 


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