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APRIL 23–26 • 2022

Data Blitz Sessions

What is a Data Blitz? A Data Blitz is a series of 5-minute talks, each covering just a bite-sized bit of research. It will offer a fast-paced overview of some of the most exciting research presented at this year's poster sessions.

Within the submissions process authors submitting an abstract will have the option of checking a box to indicate whether they’d like their abstract to be considered for the Data Blitz Session. Selected abstracts will then be scheduled into the Data Blitz session in addition to a poster session. Talks will be given by the abstract first author — a faculty member or student at any level. Accepted presenters will then be asked to prepare a concise, 5-minute video for the session.

Each DataBlitz session includes 15-5 minute talks with an additional 30-minute live Q&A following. Be sure you are available for the Q&A directly after your DataBlitz session.

*more information on sessions coming soon.

Data Blitz 2022 Annual Meeting

William Saban, University of California, Berkeley
Sophie Sun, McGill University
Boman Groff, University of Colorado Boulder
Parker Tichko, Northeastern University
Samantha Penhale, Boys Town National Research Hospital
Quirine van Engen, UCSD
Amy Proskovec, University of Texas Southwestern
Qin Yin, Wayne State University
Carlos Carrasco, University of California, Davis
Vanessa R. Alschuler, University of Minnesota
Daniel Pacheco, Ruhr University Bochum
Simon Weber, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Matthew Singh, Washington University in St. Louis
Cole Korponay, McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School
Matteo Vinao - Carl, Imperial College London
Beenish Mahmood, Rutgers University- Newark
Jayden Lee, Boston University
Lars Meyer, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Cody Zhewei Cao, University of Michigan
Dominik Welke, Max-Planck-Institute for Empirical Aesthetics
Ozgen Demirkaplan, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Naama Zur, Georgetown University
Francesca Frisco, University of Milano-Bicocca
Karen Konkoly, Northwestern University
Joost Haarsma, University Bordeaux
Michael Cohanpour, Columbia University
Nanak Nihal Khalsa, Georgetown University
Claire Perry, Stanford University School of Medicine
Ethan Willbrand, University of California, Berkeley
Brandon Forys, University of British Columbia
Miroslaw Wyczesany, Jagiellonian University
Jingyi Wang, University of California, Santa Barbara
Mijin Kwon, Dartmouth College
Joshua Upshaw, University of Arkansas
Erez Freud, York University
Sasha Brietzke, Dartmouth College
Maxi Becker, Humboldt University
Steven Martinez, Temple University
Roger Beaty, Pennsylvania State University
Kelly Michaelis, Georgetown University
Rotem Botvinik-Nezer, Dartmouth College
Adolfo G. Ramirez-Aristizabal, University of California, Merced
Frederik Bergmann, University of Cambridge
Amrita Lamba, Metcalf 325
Jens Madsen, City College of New York
Claire Lauzon, York University
Joey Hsu, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Lea Frank, University of Oregon
Alexa Tompary, University of Pennsylvania
Paige Hickey, Tufts University
Dolly Seeburger, Georgia Institute of Technology
Ignacio Polti, Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, NTNU
James Antony, University of California, Davis
Juan Balcazar, Texas A&M University
Jason Smucny, University of California Davis
Elizabeth Horwath, Temple University
Iris Mencke, Max-Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics
Kate Nussenbaum, New York University
Yanchang Zhang, University of California Davis
Noh Sharon, University of California, Irvine

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