Seminar Series 2018-10-18T22:19:32+00:00

Computational Neuroscience Seminar Series 2018 – 2019

 

All seminars take place in HSB-G207 at 3:30 unless otherwise noted.

October 22 *9:30 AM
David Kastner, Resident, UCSF

October 24
Anne Collins, Assistant Professor, Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at UC Berkeley

“Working memory influences reinforcement learning computations in brain and behavior”

December 5
Stephanie Palmer,  Assistant Professor, Physics, UChicago

“Understanding vision through the lens of prediction”

December 13 – cohosted with PBIO
Michael Long,  Associate Professor, Neuroscience and Physiology, NYU

9:30 AM, HSB G328

April 24
Ann Hermundstad, Group Leader, Janelia

May 15
Carina Curto, Associate Professor, Mathematics, Pennsylvania State

May 24
Uri Hasson, Professor, Neuroscience, Princeton

Computational Neuroscience Seminar Series Spring 2018

All seminars take place in HSB-G207 at 3:30 unless otherwise noted.

April 4
Howard Chizeck, Professor, Electrical Engineering, co-director UW BioRobotics Lab

April 25
CNC Lab Meeting: Pasupathy Lab, Biological Structure

Encoding visual objects in clutter.”

May 2
Anisha Keshavan, Postdoctoral Fellow, eScience Institute/iLABS

“Leveraging Web Technology to Address Challenges with Big Data in Neuroscience”

May 16
CNC Lab Meeting: Kutz Lab, CSE

“Neurosensory network functionality, adaptation, and robustness:  Paradigms for data-driven control”

May 17 – cohosted with PBio Seminar Series
Brent Doiron, Associate Professor, Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh
2018 Swartz Center for Theoretical Neuroscience Visitor
HSB G-328, 9:30 AM

New Cortex.  Who dis(inhibition)?”

May 21 – cohosted with Neuroscience Seminar Series
Anne-Marie Oswald, Assistant Professor, Neuroscience, University of Pittsburgh
2018 Swartz Center for Theoretical Neuroscience Visitor
HSB T-747, 3:30 PM

“Navigating space without a map of Piriform Cortex”

May 23
Kevin Coffey, Postdoctoral Fellow, Pharmacology

“Next-gen Sequencing of TRAP/RiboTag mRNA from Serotonergic Raphe Neurons Identifies a Small Subset of Stress-Sensitive Genes”

May 30
Corinne Teeter, Scientist, Allen Institute for Brain Science

“Defining the building blocks of neural networks: characterizing and classifying neurons using generalized leaky integrate and fire models”

Past Seminars

Fall 2017

Journal Club

Join us for another quarter of UW’s Theoretical Neuroscience Journal Club.  We meet each Tuesday at 9:30 – 10:30 AM in the CNC space (HSB G-207). See more information on upcoming papers at https://sites.google.com/a/uw.edu/neurotheoryjc/home