15TH Annual KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research

Event Dates (Pacific Time): 
Jun 27, 2020 -
9:40am to 4:30pm

This was a virtual event held via Zoom. Please note that some talks were edited out of the recording at the request of the presenters.

Video 1 (of 2)

0:00 Welcome, Nick Spitzer, KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research

3:09 Amy Pribadi, CaMPARI in C. elegans: monitoring temporal information flow

17:45 Robert Loughnan, Biologically constrained deep learning method to predict complex human traits from genetic data

33:34 Nick Gravish, Three-dimensional tracking of flying insects at high spatiotemporal resolution

48:07 Ryan Place, Subiculum neurons register multiple orientations to support spatial concepts during path-network navigation

1:07:13 Charles Dickey, Cognitive control of word retrieval in speech production through cortical layers

1:22:48 Closing, Nick Spitzer


Video 2 (of 2)

0:00 Welcome, Eric Halgren, NIMH Training Program in Cognitive Neuroscience Symposium

2:00 Maria Margarita Behrens, Salk Institute, Neuronal epigenomics of perinatal brain development

1:00:49 Byungkook Lim, Neurobiology, UCSD, Dissecting molecular and circuit mechanisms underlying cocaine seeking after the withdrawal

2:05:20 Joshua Gordon, Director, NIMH, Challenges and opportunities in psychiatric neuroscience

3:28:26 Closing, Terry Sejnowski

 

9:40am 15th Annual KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research
Chair – Nick Spitzer
9:45am Downloading brain activity into low dimensional manifolds
Gerald Pao, Salk Institute
10:00am CaMPARI in C. elegans: monitoring temporal information flow
Amy Pribadi, UCSD Biological Sciences/Salk Institute
10:15am Biologically Constrained Deep Learning Method to Predict Complex Human Traits from Genetic Data
Robert Loughnan, Cognitive Science, UCSD
10:30am Imaging brain activity during complex social behaviors in Drosophila
Dhruv Grover, KIBM, UCSD
10:45am Three-dimensional tracking of flying insects at high spatiotemporal resolution
Nick Gravish, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, UCSD
11:00am Subiculum neurons register multiple orientations to support spatial concepts during path-network navigation
Ryan Place, Cognitive Science, UCSD
11:15am Cognitive control of word retrieval in speech production through cortical layers
Charles Dickey, Neurosciences, UCSD
11:30am Expansion of higher-order cortical areas in humans versus chimpanzees reflects human transcriptional topography
Burke Rosen, Neurosciences, UCSD
12:00pm Break
12:25pm NIMH Training Program in Cognitive Neuroscience Symposium
Chair – Eric Halgren
12:30pm Neuronal epigenomics of perinatal brain development
Maria Margarita Behrens, Salk Institute
1:30pm Dissecting molecular and circuit mechanisms underlying cocaine seeking after the withdrawal
Byungkook Lim, Neurobiology, UCSD
2:30pm Challenges and opportunities in psychiatric neuroscience
Joshua Gordon, Director NIMH
3:45pm Blitz Talks by predoctoral and postdoctoral fellows, UCSD:
 

Goal- and history-driven modulations of population codes in early visual cortex
Kirsten Adam, Psychology

Neural and Behavioral Correlates of Temporal Processing across Development and Aging
Gina D’Andrea-Penna, Neurosciences

Microphysiology of Human Memory Consolidation
Charles Dickey, Neurosciences

Large Scale Oscillatory Correlations of response Selection and Inhibition
Leila Fakhraei, Psychiatry

Decoding the Neural Representation of Language-specific Phonological Contrast
Anna Mai, Linguistics

Testing for executive control over unwanted thoughts
Kelsey Sundby, Psychology

Contribution of Genetically Defined Parallel Inputs to Speed Tuning in Mouse Higher Visual Cortex
Helen Wang, Neurosciences

4:15pm Closing Remarks
Terrence Sejnowski