Saturday, July 11, 2020 | 8.30-15.00
Registration Fee: $75 USD (includes the first day of FENS Conference)
The mini conference will explore multiple levels of structural and functional organization, across multi-scale networks in human, monkey and rodent brains. Speakers will range in expertise from neuronal and subneuronal microcircuitry, up to macroscale regional organization relevant for system-level approaches to understanding brain processes. The aim is to provide participants with state of the art neuroscience methodologies and theories, taking a multidisciplinary approach to data that bridges the gap between different levels of brain organization, including neuronal, high-field (7T) human brain imaging and behavioural measures, and computational modeling and network simulations. Speakers will describe their contribution to overarching goals of multi-scale, multi-method neuroscience, from advancing knowledge of human cognition to disease-related alterations.
Contact Lars Muckli (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
8.30 - 9.00 Coffee and registration
9.00 - 9.10 Welcome by Lars Muckli
9.10 - 9.45 Uri Hasson (Princeton University)
9.45 – 10.20 Marios Philiastides (University of Glasgow)
10.20 – 10.55 Rainer Goebel (Maastricht University)
10.55 – 11.25 Coffee break
11.25 – 12.00 Wim Vanduffel (KU Leuven)
12.00 – 12.35 Matthew Larkum (Humboldt University of Berlin)*
12.35 – 13.00 Short summary discussion
13.00 – 13.45 – Lunch
13.45 – 14.20 Matthew Self (Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience)*
14.20 – 14.50 Discussion across speakers
14.50-15.00 Close by Lars Muckli
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