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Posters will be presented in the Wyndham University Center Ballroom, 100 Lytton Avenue, on Wednesday, May 22nd from 4:30 - 7:00 pm. Set up for posters will be at 4 pm. We will provide the poster boards (boards measure 72" x 48"), tacks and binder clips. If you have any questions please address them to Barb Dorney (dorney at
  1. Essang Akpan A multi-dimensional surface-based method for determining brain lateralization
  2. Yalda Amidi Rules of thumb in assessing goodness-of-fit in marked-point process models
  3. Cody Baker Inferring connectivity and latent input covariance from spike train correlations
  4. A.M. Beck Autoregressive state space oscillator models for neural data analysis
  5. Heejong Bong A latent factor model for discovering lead-lag relationships between two brain areas based on multiple electrode recordings
  6. Huaizhen Cai Effects of unattended deviants on the auditory selective attention of budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus)
  7. Liang Cao Uncovering representations of large-scale spatially distributed rodent hippocampal LFPs
  8. Alireza Chamanzar Non-invasive algorithm for silence localization in stroke and traumatic brain injuries
  9. Keying Chen The in vivo spatiotemporal evaluation of damage in oligodendrocyte lineage structure in neural electrode implantation
  10. Ruben Coen-Cagli Neuronal response variability and divisive normalization
  11. Bryan Conklin Power and coherence in low frequency bands from macaque frontoparietal cortex track working memory performance
  12. Proloy Das Neuro-current response functions: an integrated approach to MEG source analysis for continuous stimuli paradigm
  13. Stephen David Direct comparison of nonlinear sensory encoding models in ferret primary auditory cortex
  14. Xinyi Deng Clusterless inference of compression of spatial representation in hippocampal replay
  15. Eric Denovellis A state space model for characterizing trajectory dynamics of non-local spatial firing in hippocampus
  16. Srijanie Dey Replicating the mouse visual cortex using Neuromorphic hardware
  17. Kiran Dhakal Brain structural basis of musical improvisation: dMRI and fMRI study
  18. C.M. Endemann Inferring effective connectivity from high-dimensional ECoG recordings
  19. Leonid Fedorov Topological analysis of multi-site LFP data
  20. Sushma Ghimire Large-scale brain oscillatory network dynamics of perceptual decision-making: an EEG study
  21. Joshua Glaser State space models for multiple interacting neural populations
  22. Nathan Glasgow Combined biophysical and statistical modeling pipeline for investigating roles of ion channels in stimulus encoding
  23. Xingling Guo Granger causality analysis of rat cortico-cortical connectivity during pain
  24. Bineet Kumar Gupta Identification of magnetic patterns using human computer interaction generated by human brain
  25. Byoungwook Jang Kronecker sum covariance models for spatio-temporal data with applications to neural encoding analysis
  26. Brian B. Jeon Feature selectivity is stable in primary visual cortex across a range of spatial frequencies
  27. Tim Jordan Beneficial effects of video game-playing: a look into the brain functional connectivity during perceptual decision-making
  28. Ahmed Jorge Two strategies for the control of individual finger movements with an intracortical brain-computer interface
  29. Maria Kesa Ensemble pursuit: an algorithm for finding overlapping clusters of correlated neurons in large-scale recordings
  30. Spencer Koerner Synchrony analysis in large neural populations
  31. Tze Hui Koh Simultaneous dimensionality reduction and deconvolution of calcium imaging activity
  32. Sandra J. Kuhlman Impact of standard experience on tuning diversity and natural scene discrimination in primary visual cortex
  33. Joshua P. Kulasingham High frequency phase locking in auditory cortex to continuous speech
  34. Michael G. Moore Separation of hemodynamic signals from GCaMP fluorescence in widefield imaging
  35. Stephanie Myal Reward-predictive sensory experience increases synaptic connectivity and excitation in primary somatosensory cortex Layer 2
  36. Gouki Okazawa Task difficulty has a distinct representation from the decision variable in the monkey parietal cortex
  37. Vasileios Papadourakis Manifold optimization for identifying shared and non-shared neural subspaces between active and passive complex movements
  38. Yangfan Peng Efficient multi-neuron patch-clamp for microcircuit analysis in human brain tissue allowing inter-individual comparison
  39. Michael Prerau Characterization of continuous spectral dynamics in the sleep EEG using an extended Kalman filter approach
  40. Naixin Ren Detection of putative synaptic connections from multi-electrode spike recordings: a model-based method with structural constraints
  41. Michael Rule Moment-closure approaches to statistical mechanics and inference in models of neural dynamics
  42. Bikash Chandra Sahoo Electrophysiological mechanisms behind false alarms in a change detection task
  43. Mehrnoosh Sarmashghi Efficient spline regression for neural spiking data
  44. Yanliang Shi Linking noise correlations to spatiotemporal population dynamics and network structure
  45. Shigeru Shinomoto Applying the generalized linear model to cross-correlations for estimating interneuronal connections
  46. Satpreet Singh Analysis of large-scale naturalistic human brain and behavior recordings
  47. Hugo Soulat Cross-frequency coupling analysis using state space oscillator models
  48. Elizabeth Spencer Characterizing the relationship between functional connectivity and neurocognitive deficits in benign epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes
  49. Oliver Stanley Leveraging markerless computer vision to assess interactions of deep mesencephalic neural activity and postural dynamics during primate locomotion
  50. Emily Stephen Evidence that posterior and anterior phase amplitude coupling distinguish unconsciousness from unarousability in propofol anesthesia
  51. Kevin Steiger Neurovascular damage during microelectrode insertion decreases recording performance over time and may result in increased high frequency power
  52. Ian Stevenson Omitted variable bias in GLMs of neural spiking activity
  53. Robert S. Turner Reach-related activity in basal ganglia- and cerebellum-recipient thalamic nuclei
  54. Praveen Venkatesh What is a systematic way to define information flow in neuroscience?
  55. Guiseppe Vinci Functional connectivity estimation from nonsimultaneous recordings
  56. N. P. Williams Spatial generalization of repetition suppression in macaque visual cortex
  57. Jinyao Yan Deep dendrite: Bayesian inference of synaptic inputs from dendritic calcium imaging
  58. Yogita Human behaviour analysis: Using clustering for identifying co-evolving EEG data streams
  59. Ali Yousefi State-space global coherence to estimate the spatio-temporal dynamics of the coordinated brain activity
  60. David Zhou A nonparametric sampling technique for inference of graph theoretical measures in EEG networks
  61. Feng Zhu Using deep learning to characterize cognitive population activity in the pulvinar
  62. Omid Zobeiri Predictive processing by Purkinje cells in the vestibular cerebellum during active versus passive self-motion