Sessions

Session 1: Human Approaches to the Study of Learning & Memory

Sharon Thompson-SchillConceptual Integration

Sharon Thompson-Schill
University of Pennsylvania
Department of Psychology
Center for Cognitive Neuroscience [web]
Brice KuhlNeural representations of overlapping experiences: avoiding memory interference

Brice Kuhl
New York University
Department of Psychology
Center for Neural Science [web]
Nicholas Turk-BrowneInteractions between attention and memory in the human brain


Nicholas Turk-Browne
Princeton University
Department of Psychology [web]
Session Co-Chairs
Jarrod-Lewis-Peacock-2014-CLM-150x150Jarrod Lewis-Peacock
The University of Texas at Austin
Center for Learning & Memory [web]
sean_poster_budaSean Polyn
Vanderbilt University
Department of Psychology [web]

Session 2: General Poster Session I- even numbered posters present

Session 3: Computational Approaches to the Study of Learning & Memory

Nicholas BrunelInferring learning rules in cortex

Nicolas Brunel
University of Chicago
Departments of Statistics and Neurobiology [web]
zachary_kilpatrickEvidence accumulation in dynamic environments

Zachary Kilpatrick
University of Houston
Department of Mathematics [web]
Yael NivShallow learning with deep memory: How latent structure saves the day

Yael Niv
Princeton University
Department of Psychology
Princeton Neuroscience Institute [web]
Session Co-Chairs
Ila Fiete, Ph.D. Ila Fiete
The University of Texas at Austin
Center for Learning & Memory [web]
zachary_kilpatrickZachary Kilpatrick
University of Houston
Department of Mathematics [web]

Session 4: Speakers selected from submitted poster abstracts

farris_shannon_lCA2 place cells link social and contextual information with representations of space


Shannon Farris
National Institutes of Health
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences [web]
margaret_schlichtingStructural development of hippocampal subfields is related to statistical learning and inference


Margaret Schlichting
The University of Texas at Austin
Center for Learning & Memory [web]
Travis_GoodeCombinatorial DREADD silencing of ventral hippocampal neurons projecting to infralimbic cortex prevents fear renewal


Travis D. Goode
Texas A&M University
Department of Psychology and Institute for Neuroscience [web]
rthResonant interneurons can increase robustness of gamma oscillations


Ruben Tikidji-Hamburyan
LSU Health Science Center New Orleans
Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy [web]
Session Chair
johnston-slice2Dan Johnston
The University of Texas at Austin
Director, Center for Learning & Memory [web]

Session 5: Synaptic Approaches to the Study of Learning & Memory

Geoffrey MurphyL-Type Voltage Gated Calcium Channels in Maladaptive Fear

Geoffrey Murphy
University of Michigan
Department of Physiology
Molecular & Behavioral Neuroscience Institute [web]
Jie ShenPresenilin in learning and memory, synaptic function and Alzheimer’s disease

Jie Shen
Harvard Medical School
Department of Neurology
Center for Neurologic Disease [web]
MageeA low-level computation in cortical microcircuits

Jeffrey Magee
Janelia Research Campus [web]
Session Co-Chairs
Boris_Zemelman-150x150Boris Zemelman
The University of Texas at Austin
Center for Learning & Memory [web]
Attila LosonczyAttila Losonczy
Columbia University
Department of Neuroscience [web]

Session 6: General Poster Session II- odd numbered posters present

Session 7: Systems Approaches to the Study of Learning & Memory

Carol BarnesImpact of aging on neural circuits critical for memory


Carol Barnes
University of Arizona
Departments of Psychology, Neurology & Neuroscience
McKnight Brain Institute [web]
Elizabeth BuffaloBridging the Gap between the Spatial and Mnemonic Views of the Hippocampus


Elizabeth Buffalo
University of Washington
Department of Physiology and Biophysics [web]
Attila LosonczyFunctional imaging hippocampal circuit dynamics in behaving mice


Attila Losonczy
Columbia University
Department of Neuroscience
Kavli Institute for Brain Science [web]
Surya GanguliThe functional contribution of synaptic complexity to learning and memory

Surya Ganguli
Stanford University
Department of Applied Physics [web]
Session Co-chairs
Colgin photo_face0Laura Colgin
University of Texas at Austin
Center for Learning & Memory [web]
david_fosterDavid Foster
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Department of Neuroscience [web]

Session 8: Keynote Speaker

Anderson
Internal states and behavioral decisions: the paradox of sex and violence

David Anderson
California Institute of Technology
Department of Biology, Howard Hughes Medical Institute [web]