16TH Annual KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research

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

KIBM held its annual symposium featuring talks from Innovative Research Grant recipients.

This was a virtual event held via Zoom in conjunction with the INC Spring Retreat on Cognitive Neuroscience.

KIBM IRG Symposium Talks

Yue Sun & Erin Ritchie (Biomedical Sciences): "From worms to mice: protecting neuronal function under stress"


Arturs Semenuks (Cognitive Science): "Neural Sensitivity to Grammatical Structure"


INC Spring Retreat Talks

Jordan Hamm: A circuit for deviance detection in primary visual cortex

Cris Neill: Cortical processing for natural vision

Jia Xiaoxuan: Tracking information flow in the mouse visual areas

Mia Borzello: What is the Dentate Gyrus Good For? A Role in Spatial Pattern Separation

Christopher Gonzalez: Sleep spindle variability across the human cortex

Tim Sheehan: The influence of sensory history on visual processing and perception

Wilkie Olin Ammentorp: Phasor Networks for Biologically-Inspired AI

Terrence Sejnowski (Salk Institute/UC San Diego): Closing remarks