The lineup of speakers and topics has been set for this year’s MCCS Symposium, October 17-18 in Chicago. Please register HERE.
Erin Calipari (Vanderbilt University): “A novel framework for cell-type specific stimulus encoding in the nucleus accumbens”
David Glanzman (UCLA): “Toward a reevaluation of the molecular code hypothesis of memory storage: evidence from Aplysia”
Christian Hansel (University of Chicago): “Memory from changes in membrane excitability”
Rainbo Hultman (University of Iowa): “Brain-wide neural oscillatory networks predict vulnerability to chronic stress”
Catherine Kaczorowski (Jackson Laboratories): “Harnessing Genetic Complexity to Identify Mechanism of Resilience to Alzheimer's"
Talia Lerner (Northwestern University): “Plasticity of nigrostriatal dopamine circuits during transitions to inflexible behavior”
Yulong Li (Peking University): “Spying on monoamine neuromodulation by constructing new genetically-encoded GRAB sensors”
Hee-Sup Shin (Institute for Basic Science, Korea): “Genes and circuits underlying empathy fear behavior in mice”
Register for the 18th Annual Molecular and Cellular Cognition Society Poster Session and Symposium HERE!