Here are some video links to the posters presented at SfN this year
- Marlies Oostland presenting her work in which a cerebellum-based mouse autism model is faster at learning a working memory task:
- Junuk Lee is presenting his investigation of the role of norepinephrine in cerebellar learning:
- Fred Uquillas is presenting his work to understand the brains of people with autism, and how cerebellum-neocortex relationships may be mediated by intermediate structures:
Some Poster Slides too - Videos will follow!
- Joey Broussard is working on faster-kinetic GCaMP - looking at the newest round of them and finding amazingly fast responses:
- Mikhail Kislin has found that cerebellar learning (and forgetting) are context-dependent in a way that suggests a complex role for cerebellum:
Henk-Jan Boele has performed a massive meta-analysis of dendritic spine maturation in neocortex, across a dozen species:
There will be many updates this week! Stay tuned!