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SFN 2016 Poster Presentations

SFN 2016 Poster Presentations

Sunday Nov 13th 2016

8am-12pm

FF14 149.12 – The role of VPm thalamus in whisker related tactile perception
*C. WAIBLINGER1,2,3, C. J. WHITMIRE1, A. J. SEDERBERG1, G. B. STANLEY1, C. SCHWARZ2,3;
1Wallace H Coulter Dept. of Biomed. Engin., Georgia Tech. and Emory, Atlanta, GA; 2Systems Neurophysiol., Werner Reichardt Ctr. for Integrative Neurosci., Tübingen, Germany; 3Dept. of Cognitive Neurol., Hertie Inst. for Clin. Brain Res., Tübingen, Germany
FF15 149.13 – Thalamic control of cortical sensory representations.
*P. Y. BORDEN1, A. D. ORTIZ1, A. J. SEDERBERG1, A. E. MORRISSETTE2, C. WAIBLINGER1, D. JAEGER2, G. B. STANLEY1;
1Georgia Tech., Atlanta, GA; 2Neurosci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
FF16 149.14 – State-dependent encoding in the thalamocortical circuit. Modeling feature selectivity in different optogenetically induced thalamic states
*C. WHITMIRE1, C. WAIBLINGER1, Y. LIEW1, C. SCHWARZ2, G. B. STANLEY1;
1Wallace H Coulter Dept. of Biomedial Engin., Georgia Tech/Emory, Atlanta, GA; 2Dept. of Cognitive Neurology, Hertie Inst. for Clin. Brain Res., Univ. of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany
FF17 149.15 – Brain state and spatiotemporal representations of tactile stimuli in sensory cortex explored with genetically expressed voltage-sensor imaging
*A. J. SEDERBERG1, H. J. V. ZHENG1,2, B. J. HE3, G. B. STANLEY1;
1Wallace H Coulter Dept. of Biomed. Engin., Georgia Inst. of Technol. & Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Max Planck Florida Inst., Jupiter, FL; 3Departments of Neurology, Neurosci. and Physiology, and Radiology, Neurosci. Institute, New York Univ. Langone Med. Ctr., New York, NY

 

Monday Nov 14th 2016

1pm-5pm

NN2 429.09 – Closed loop optogenetic control of neural circuits In vivo: Developing design principles for controlling patterns of neural firing rate
*M. F. BOLUS1, A. A. WILLATS1, C. J. WHITMIRE1, Z. COSTELLO2, M. B. EGERSTEDT2, C. J. ROZELL1,2, G. B. STANLEY1;
1Wallace H Coulter Dept. of Biomed. Engin., Georgia Inst. of Technol. & Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Sch. of Electrical & Computer Engin., Georgia Inst. of Technol., Atlanta, GA
NN1 429.08 – Understanding optogenetic stimulation strategies: a study of opsin-neuron models and their spiking behaviors
*A. WILLATS;
Georgia Inst. of Technol. & Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA

 

Wednesday Nov 16th 2016

8am-12pm

SS7 720.09 – Behavioral changes and voltage imaging of cortical activity in a forced choice licking task using optogenetic inhibition of basal ganglia output in mice
*A. MORRISSETTE1, P.-H. CHEN1, P. Y. BORDEN2, G. B. STANLEY2, D. JAEGER1;
1Biol., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Biomed. Engin., Georgia Tech., Atlanta, GA
MMM22 752.02 – Low access resistance subcortical whole cell recordings In vivo
*W. STOY1, Y. J. LIEW1, B. YANG2, C. J. WHITMIRE1, A. PALA1, C. CAPOCASALE2, T. LEE2, A. ORTIZ1, P. Y. BORDEN1, G. B. STANLEY1, C. R. FOREST2,1;
1Wallace H. Coulter Dept. of Biomed. Engin., 2George W. Woodruff Sch. of Mechanical Engin., Georgia Inst. of Technol., Atlanta, GA
MMM23 752.03 – Rapid cortical barrel mapping using automated multi-whisker stimulation and intrinsic optical signal imaging
*T. LEE1, C. M. CAPOCASALE1, P. Y. BORDEN2, W. STOY2, C. J. WHITMIRE2, Y. LIEW2, A. PALA2, A. D. ORTIZ2, B. YANG1, G. B. STANLEY2, C. R. FOREST1;
1George W. Woodruff Sch. of Mechanical Engin., 2Wallace H. Coulter Dept. of Biomed. Engin., Georgia Inst. of Technol., Atlanta, GA
MMM24 752.04 – Experimental and analytical approaches for multi-site electrophysiology in the topographically aligned thalamocortical circuit
*Y. LIEW1, C. J. WHITMIRE1, W. A. STOY1, A. PALA1, A. SEDERBERG1, A. D. ORTIZ1, P. Y. BORDEN1, B. YANG2, C. M. CAPOCASALE2, T. LEE2, C. R. FOREST2, G. B. STANLEY1;
1Wallace H Coulter Dept. of Biomed. Engin., 2George W Woodruff Sch. of Mechanical Engin., Georgia Inst. of Technol., Atlanta, GA

 

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