Sloan-Swartz Centers for Theoretical Neurobiology Annual Meeting 2009
Center for Brain Science
Harvard University Cambridge
Northwest Building
52 Oxford St.
Cambridge, MA 02138
July 25-28, 2009
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• Meeting Abstract Booklet: 2009_Sloan-Swartz_Meeting_Abstract_Booklet.pdf
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Please see the Meeting Abstract Booklet for the poster abstracts. Posters are listed in the same order as in the Meeting Abstract Booklet.
1. "Towards an ecological approach to vision: wireless recordings from rat V1"
  Margarida Agrochao (Harvard University)
2. "Reconciling inter-areal gamma-range synchrony with neural irregular activity in selective attention"
  Salva Ardid (Yale University)
3. "Central roles of bipolar cells in retinal neural circuits"
  Hiroki Asari (Harvard University)
4. "Intrinsic Stability of Temporally Shifted Spike-Timing Dependent Plasticity"
  Baktash Babadi (Columbia University)
5. "A likelihood framework to decode the timing of information in spiking and LFP activity"
  Arpan Banerjee (New York University)
6. "Artificial Networks with Exponential Representational Power"
  Demian Battaglia (Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Göttingen)
  • Presentation: Poster6-Sloan-Swartz-Annual-2009.pdf
7. "Stationarity of intracranial field potentials in human cortex during visual object recognition"
  Julie Blumberg (I, V), Jed Singer (I), Hesheng Liu, Yigal Agam (III)
  Joseph R. Madsen (II), Andreas Schulze-Bonhage (V), Gabriel Kreiman (I, IV)
  (I. Neuroscience and Ophthalmology, Children's Hospital Boston, Boston, MA)
  (II. Neurosurgery, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA)
  (III. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA)
  (IV. Center for Brain Science, Swartz Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA)
  (V. Epilepsy Center University Hospital, Freiburg, Germany)
8. "Generating Specificity in random network models of paired-stimulus learning"
  Mark Bourjaily (Brandeis University)
9. "When can rates be reliably transmitted in feedforward networks?"
  Kendra Burbank (Harvard University)
10. "Measuring the intrinsic autocoherent time-scale of gamma-band oscillations in V1 local field potentials"
  Samuel P. Burns (New York University)
11. "Population Decoding from Visual Area MT"
  Kris Chaisanguanthum (University of California San Francisco)
12. "From grid cells to place cells: a generic and robust solution"
  Sen Cheng (University of California San Francisco)
13. "Interactions between sensory, emotional, and executive brain regions during tasting"
  Maolong Cui (Brandeis University)
  • Presentation: Poster13-Sloan-Swartz-Annual-2009.pdf
14. "Odor Coding Based on Spike Timing"
  Kevin Cury (Harvard University)
15. "A theory of efficient coding in neural population with application to the optimality of retinal receptive fields"
  Eizaburo Doi (New York University)
16. "Local field potential guides neocortical network activity"
  Flavio Frohlich (Yale University)
17. "Deciding without remembering"
  Surya Ganguli (I)
  Robert Guetig (II)
  Haim Sompolinsky (II, III)
  (I. Sloan-Swartz Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, University of California San Francisco)
  (II. Interdisciplinary Center for Neural Computation, Hebrew University)
  (III. Center for Brain Science, Harvard University)
18. "Sensory adaptation as optimal redistribution of neural resources"
  Sergei Gepshtein (The Salk Institute)
19. "What kind of information can be provided by Optical Imaging?"
  Agnieszka Grabska-Barwinska (BCCN Ruhr University Bochum)
  • Presentation: Poster19-Sloan-Swartz-Annual-2009.pdf
20. "Decoding eye position and movement from neuronal populations"
  Arnulf Graf (California Institute of Technology)
21. "Continuous attractors for working memory are stabilized by short-term facilitation"
  Vladimir Itskov (Columbia University)
  • Presentation: Poster21-Sloan-Swartz-Annual-2009.pdf
22. "The role of auditory cortex in mediating attention to moments in time"
  Santiago Jaramillo (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory)
23. "From neurons to circuits: linear estimation of local field potentials"
  Gabriel Kreiman (Harvard University)
  (Note: This poster replaces the one listed in the Meeting Abstract Booklet)
  • Presentation: Poster23-Sloan-Swartz-Annual-2009.pdf
24. "Extensive chaotic dynamics in neural networks in the balanced state"
  Michael Kreissl (MPI/BCCN Göttingen)
  • Presentation: Poster24-Sloan-Swartz-Annual-2009.pdf
25. "Contrast influences the pattern direction selectivity of macaque MT neurons"
  Romesh D. Kumbhani (New York University)
26. "Are Motor Neurons in ALS running out of energy? A computational approach to a motor neuron disease"
  G Le Masson, S Prezdborski, C Henderson and L Abbott
  (Center for Theoretical Neuroscience)
  (Center for Motor Neuron Biology and Disease)
  (Columbia University)
27. "Genetic noise and decision-making in the assembly of sensory-motor circuits"
  Victor Luria (Columbia University)
28. "Robust state sequence and oscillatory state in different model of cortical sensory processing"
  Jian Lv (Brandeis University)
  • Presentation: Poster28-Sloan-Swartz-Annual-2009.pdf
29. "Recording a large population of retinal ganglion cells with a 252 electrode array and automated spike sorting"
  Marre, O., Amedei, D., Soo, F., and Berry II, M.
  (Princeton University)
30. "Decoding Fine Spatial Details from Retinal Responses"
  Ofer Mazor and Markus Meister (Harvard University)
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