16TH Annual KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research

Event Dates (Pacific Time): 
Jul 10, 2021 - 9:00am to 5:00pm

In conjunction with the INC Spring Retreat on Cognitive Neuroscience. This event will be virtual, via Zoom. Register here to get access to the event Zoom link.

9:00am
16th Annual KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research: Introduction
Yishi Jin, Co-Director, KIBM
9:15am
From worms to mice: protecting neuronal function under stress
Yue Sun, Biological Sciences / Erin Ritchie, Biomedical Sciences
9:30am
Predicting infection outcome using nongenetic differences in brain structure
Robert Gallant, Salk & UCSD Biological Sciences
9:45am
Microbiome and the associated neuroactive potential in brain health
Gajender Aleti, Psychiatry
10:00am
Neural Sensitivity to Grammatical Structure    
Arturs Semenuks, Cognitive Science
10:15am
Bridging Electrophysiological Scales in a Rat Auditory Paradigm
Teryn Johnson, Cognitive Science
10:30am
Break
10:45am
From neurotransmitter switching to behavior: optimizing imaging and molecular biology tools to shed light on a missing link in neuroplasticity
Marta Pratelli, Neurobiology Section, Biological Sciences
11:00am
Breathe slowly, and experience tranquility - bifurcate top-down breathing circuits
Jinho Jhang, Salk Institute, Peptide Biology Lab (PBL-H)
11:15am
Characterization of the activity and roles of neurological disorder-linked chromatin regulators
Lauren Hodge, Bioengineering
11:30am
Small changes in the genome, big leaps in brain structure for humankind: Contributions of uniquely human traits to brain development
Carolina Makowski, Radiology
11:45am
Quantifying gut instincts: understanding the coupling between electrical signals from the gut and the brain during cognition
Pragathi Priyadharsini Balasubramani, Psychiatry
12:00pm
Break
12:30pm - 5:00pm
INC Spring Retreat on Cognitive Neuroscience