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CTN Seminar: Ann Kennedy: Neural population dynamics underlying the regulation of motivated behavior

Speaker

Ann Kennedy

As part of our Computational and Theoretical Neuroscience series, Ann Kennedy of Northwestern will be kicking us off on September 1 at noon in the DIBS cube. Ann is a computational neuroscientist who's worked on automatic recognition of social behaviors in mice, social behaviors as governed by the hypothalamus, and, most recently, how these behaviors are driven by underlying dynamical systems. She's also a winner of the Eppendorf Science Prize and a Sloan Foundation Fellow.

Categories

Lecture/Talk, Research