Neruoscience 1154x400 Symposium 2017

All-Optical Approaches in Neurobiological Studies

Satellite Event at NEUROSCIENCE 2017 Washington, DC

Symposium & Reception

Join us for an opportunity to learn from researchers in the neuroscience community (many of whom were involved in pioneering photo-stimulation techniques) as they explore unique facets of utilizing all optical techniques for photostimulation combined with imaging to gain a functional understanding of neural networks.

This symposium aims to facilitate collaboration among peers from around the globe and provide an opportunity for researchers to seek out mentors.

The presentations begin at 6:30 and are followed by a reception for attendees with appetizers and beverages provided.

Program

"Optophysiology of the Neuron: Probing Millisecond Signaling within Subcellular Compartments with Light"

Dr. David DiGregorio
Professor of Neuroscience, Institut Pasteur

"Flexible 3-D Control of Light for Photostimulation and Imaging with Spatial Light Modulators"
Dr. Darcy Peterka
Senior Scientist and Director of Cellular Imaging Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute Columbia University 

"Closed-Loop All-Optical Interrogation" 
Dr. Michael Hausser
Professor of Neuroscience, University College London 

"Wide Field of View 3D All Optical Neurophysiology with Kilohertz Population Control"
Dr. James Marshel
Scientific Program Manager-NeuroFAST, Stanford University

When?

Saturday, November 11th 

6:30 PM | Symposium talks commence. A series of 20 minute presentations with Q&A.

8:00 PM | Reception begins with light fare and open bar for socializing researchers.

10:00 PM | Planned evening comes to close.

Where?

Marriott Marquis | Salon 12 & 13

On Meeting Level 2, located two levels below the lobby, with access to the concourse to the convention center

Count me in!

Please RSVP! Limited seating available.