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Systems Neuroscience Symposium 2016 : Main Symposium

May 11(Wed) - May 11(Wed), 2016

Research Complex 1 #81801

 

Systems Neuroscience Main Symposium : Short talks and brainstorming


Date & Time : 09:00-17:30, May 11, 2016

Venue : Sungkyunkwan University, Research Complex #81801

Program :

Time

Contents

Speakers

09:00 - 09:30

Registration  

09:30 - 09:35

Announcement  

09:35 - 09:45

Opening remark and introduction

Seong-gi Kim (SKKU)

09:45 - 12:30

Session 1: Simple Behavior and Neural Circuits

15’

fMRI of animals: What can we learn?

Seong-gi Kim (SKKU)

15’

Neural circuits for sensory processing, integration, and modulation

Seung-Hee Lee (KAIST)

15’

Towards complete understanding of the anatomy and the function of the neural circuitry underling emotional states

Sung-Yon Kim (SNU)

15’

From threat to avoidance: The neurobiology of defensive response

June-Seek Choi (KU)

15’

Methods to dissect the underlying mechanisms of place fields

Sebastian Royer (KIST)

15’

Locating neural sources of behavioral variation in smooth pursuit eye movements

Joonyeol Lee (SKKU)

15’

Break

60’

Panel Discussion

12:30 14:00

In-room-lunch (discussion continues)

14:00 16:30

Session 2: Complex Behavior and Neural Circuits

15’

Computational perspectives on the cognitive roles of mossy fiber inputs to hippocampal CA3 pyramidal neurons

Suk-Ho Lee (SNU)

15’

Thalamic modulation of pain: Single-unit recordings in awake mice

Jeiwon Cho (KIST)

15’

The new type of dopamine neuron: value sustain type for habitual behavior

Hyoung Kim (SKKU)

15’

What are you looking for in the brain? - Neural circuit-level analysis of behavior

Inah Lee (SNU)

15’

Distinct roles of parvalbumin- and somatostatin-expressing interneurons in working memory

Min Whan Jung (KAIST)

15’

Break

60’

Panel Discussion

16:30 16:45

Break

16:45 17:30

Grand Discussion: Circuit-based Systems Approach for Understanding Cognition and Behavior