6th NIPS-CIN Joint Symposium

from: 2016, 10 Oct - 09:00 to: 2016, 11 Oct - 17:00

We would like to welcome you to the 6th Joint CIN - NIPS Symposium, taking place on 10-11 October 2016 at the Institute for Medical Virology/Microbiology (Elfriede-Aulhorn-Strasse 6)!


Day 1: Monday, 10 October 2016

09:30 Welcome Addresses by Peter Thier (CIN) and Atsushi Nambu / Tadashi Isa (NIPS)

10:00 Masaki Fukunaga (NIPS):
Resting State fMRI Network Analysis of Anesthetized Monkey Brain

10:30 Olga Garaschuk (CIN):
The Role of in Vivo Calcium Signaling of Microglia for Monitoring Their Activation State

11:00 coffee break

11:30 Junichi Chikazoe (NIPS):
Human Gustatory Cortex Revealed by Multivoxel Pattern Analysis

12:00 Andrea Burgalossi (CIN):
Microcircuits and Plasticity of Hippocampal Spatial Representations

12:30 Naokazu Goda (NIPS):
Visuohaptic Experience Alters Neural Representation in the Monkey Visual Cortex

13:00 lunch break

14:00 Martin Giese (CIN):
Phenomenological Model for the Adapatation of Shape-Selective Neurons in Area IT

14:30 Kenta Kobayashi (NIPS):
Genetic Manipulation Using a New Viral Vector System

15:00 coffee break

15:30 Klaus Scheffler (CIN):
Ultra-High Resolution Functional BOLD Imaging: Do We Really See More?

16:00 Masaki Isoda (NIPS):
Phenotype-Driven Cognitive Genomics in the Macaque: A Naturally Occurring Case of Autistic Disorder

16:30 coffee break

17:00 Markus Siegel (CIN):
Cortical Information Flow during Flexible Sensorimotor Decisions

17:30 Hiromi Sano (NIPS):
Physiological Roles of Cortico-Striatal Neurons in the Basal Ganglia

Day 2: Tuesday, 11 October 2016

09:30 Antimo Buonocore (CIN):
Alteration of the Microsaccadic Velocity-Amplitude Main Sequence Relationship after Visual Transients: Implications for Models of Saccade Control

10:00 Masatoshi Yoshida (NIPS):
Attention in Blindsight Monkeys

10:30 coffee break

11:00 Ziad Hafed (CIN):
Sharper, Stronger, Faster Upper Visual Field Representation in Primate Superior Colliculus

11:30 Junichi Nabekura (NIPS):
Cortical Synapse Remodeling in Vivo; Neuron-Glia Interaction

12:00 LIGHTNING TALKS (60 min)


15:00 Tetsuo Kida (NIPS):
MEG Analysis of Attentional Modulation and Control

15:30 Takashi Sato (CIN):
Reciprocal Connectivity Streamlines Sensory-Motor Communication in Mouse Fronto-Parietal Cortex

16:00 coffee break

16:30 Yasuhiro Go (NIPS):
Spatiotemporal Gene Expression Trajectory in the Human and Non-Human Ape Brains

17:00 Cornelius Schwarz (CIN):
The Slip Hypothesis - Tactile Perception and Its Neuronal Bases

17:30 Thomas Euler (CIN):
Interplay of Excitation and Inhibition Decorrelates Visual Feature Representation in the Mammalian Inner Retina

For a detailed look at the contents of the poster session, please see the attached document.

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Location: Lecture Hall, Institute for Virology & Microbiology, Elfriede-Aulhorn-Str. 6, Tübingen
  • Werner Reichardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience