Several CSNE investigators will be presenting talks and posters at NeuroFutures 2016, including Rajesh Rao, Chet Moritz, Jeff Ojemann and many other CSNE faculty and students.
Neurofutures 2016 features top thought leaders in research, engineering, industry and clinical domains. The event will be held June 19--21 at the Allen Institute for Brain Science, and it is co-hosted by participating partners, Oregon Health & Science University, University of Washington and University of British Columbia. This annual conference is designed to explore new innovations at the interface of neuroscience and neurotechnology.
This year’s conference theme is “Circuit Structure and Dynamics," with topics including:
- Novel imaging approaches
- Non-mammalian model systems
- Human and non-human primate circuit function
- Computational modeling of circuits
- Circuits in degeneration
- Circuits in psychiatric disorders
Keynote Speakers include:
- Linda Buck, Ph.D., Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, 2004 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
- Anne Churchland, Ph.D., Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
- Liqun Luo, Ph.D., Stanford University
- Afonso Silva, Ph.D., National Institute of Neurological Disorders & Stroke
For more information, please contact Scott Ransom or visit the NeuroFutures website.