2021 DIBS Distinguished Lecture and Symposium Virtual Poster Session

This year's DIBS Distinguished Lecture and Symposium started with a virtual poster session. Below please find a list of the presenters' poster titles.

Congratulations to our winners Danielle Clark in the area of Basic Science - Cellular/Molecular and Dr. Jia Hou Poh in the area of Basic Science - Human Subjects. Ms. Clark is a graduate student in Immunology and presented her poster, "The Role of Interferon-gamma and STAT1 Signaling in Neuronal Excitability and Behavior." Dr. Poh is a Postdoc in the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience and presented his poster, "Tuned to learn: Anticipatory hippocampal pattern stability during mesolimbic activation predicts successful memory formation." Check out highlights from their presentations here.

 

  Presenter Poster Title
Group 1 Yudian Cai Functional and cortical morphometric basis of metacognitive introspection in Old World monkeys (Macaca mulatta)
  William Carson Identifying Autism-Specific Signatures using Adversarial Machine Learning
  Cyrus Eierud Effects of Lifelong Musicianship on White Matter Integrity and Cognitive Brain Reserve
  Eric Musselman A Python-Based Pipeline for Computational Modeling of Peripheral Nerve Electrical Stimulation
Group 2 Aghil Abed Zadeh Paradoxical effects of GABAergic synaptic inputs
  Julia Dziabis Sex-specific microglial modulation of interneuron cell number in response to neonatal immune challenge: relevance to social behavior?
  Ariel Vitenzon Development of patient-derived induced pluripotent stem cell models and mouse models to support drug discovery for DYT1 dystonia 
Group 3 Ludovica  Bachschmid Romano Dynamics of a double ring model of motor cortex during movement preparation and execution
  Trey Boone Robustness and Causal Faithfulness
  Sasha Burwell Deconstructing dopaminergic reward dynamics with targeted pharmacology
Group 4 Zachary Caffall The HIV protease inhibitor, ritonavir, corrects diverse brain phenotypes across development in mouse model of DYT1-TOR1A dystonia
  Ben Devlin Effects of a microglia growth signal (IL34) on mouse brain and behavior
  Hyunjung Min A Novel Interaction between Pericytes and Perivascular Macrophages promotes CNS immune tolerance
Group 5 Alexis Ceasrine Mechanisms of maternal high-fat diet-induced brain and behavior changes
  Leyu Huang Episodic Chronometry in the macque medio-posterior parietal cortex
  Jennifer Li Mechanisms underlying rapid adaptation in visual cortex
Group 6 Danielle Clark The Role of Interferon-gamma and STAT1 Signaling in Neuronal Excitability and Behavior
  Mathieu Flamand N6-methyladenosine contributes to mRNA localization in neurons
  Caroline Smith Maternal immune activation via environmental exposures induces male-biased changes in social behavior, microglia, and the gut microbiome 
Group 7 Maria Khoudary A Functional Neuroimaging Investigation of Moral Foundations Theory
  Lari Koponen Modeling and reducing acoustic noise in transcranial magnetic stimulation
  Matthew Loring Development of the Zebrafish Optomotor Response
Group 8 Jia Hou Poh Tuned to learn: Anticipatory hippocampal pattern stability during mesolimbic activation predicts successful memory formation
  Alessandro Sanzeni Comparative analysis of optogenetic modulation of neural activity in mouse and monkey visual cortex
  Shuzhen Zuo Primate PPC neurons track passage of time and orchestrate for successful temporal order memory
Group 9 Catherine Seitz & Whit Jacobs Gigapixel behavioral and neural activity imaging with a multicamera array microscope
  Yizi Zhang Motion-Invariant Auto-Encoder of Brain Structural Connectomes
  Yunxuan Zheng Posterior parietal cortex neurons distinguish memorized past from what is perceived as reality