16TH Annual KIBM Symposium on Innovative Research
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"
Gajender Aleti (Psychiatry): "Microbiome and the associated neuroactive potential in brain health"
Arturs Semenuks (Cognitive Science): "Neural Sensitivity to Grammatical Structure"
Teryn Johnson (Cognitive Science): "Bridging Electrophysiological Scales in a Rat Auditory Paradigm"
Marta Pratelli (Neurobiology Section, Biological Sciences): "From neurotransmitter switching to behavior: optimizing imaging and molecular biology tools to shed light: a missing link in neuroplasticity"
Jinho Jhang (Salk Institute, Peptide Biology Lab): "Breathe slowly, and experience tranquility - bifurcate top-down breathing circuits"
Lauren Hodge (Bioengineering): "Characterization of the activity and roles of neurological disorder-linked chromatin regulators"
Carolina Makowski (Radiology): "Small changes in the genome, big leaps in brain structure for humankind: Contributions of uniquely human traits to brain development"
Pragathi Priyadharsini Balasubramani (Psychiatry): "Quantifying gut instincts: understanding the coupling between electrical signals from the gut and the brain during cognition"
INC Spring Retreat Talks
Cris Neill: Cortical processing for natural vision
Jia Xiaoxuan: Tracking information flow in the mouse visual areas
Christopher Gonzalez: Sleep spindle variability across the human cortex
Wilkie Olin Ammentorp: Phasor Networks for Biologically-Inspired AI
Terrence Sejnowski (Salk Institute/UC San Diego): Closing remarks