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March 23-26  |  San Francisco

CNS 2019 Meeting | Schedule Overview

*Tentative, subject to change
 

Saturday, March 23, 2019

11:00 am - 1:30 pm Exhibitor Check In, Pacific Concourse
11:00 am - 6:00 pm On-site Registration & Pre-Registration Check In, Grand Ballroom Foyer
12:00 - 1:30 pm Data Blitz Session 1, Bayview Room
Data Blitz Session 2, Grand Ballroom A
Data Blitz Session 3, Grand Ballroom B/C
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm Poster Session A Set-Up, Pacific Concourse
1:30 - 3:30 pm Poster Session A, Pacific Concourse
1:30 - 5:30 pm Exhibits Open, Pacific Concourse
2:30 - 3:00 pm Coffee Service, Pacific Concourse
3:30 - 4:30 pm Opening Ceremonies & Keynote Address - Why Sleep?, Matthew Walker, University of California, Berkeley, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC (Q&A to follow), Grand Ballroom
4:30 - 4:45 pm Short Break
4:45 - 6:30 pm Special Session - The Relation Between Psychology and Neuroscience, David Poeppel, Organizer,  Grand Ballroom
5:00 - 5:30 pm Poster Session A Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
5:30 pm Exhibit Hall Closed for the Day – No Entry
6:30 - 7:30 pm Welcome Reception, Atrium

 

Sunday, March 24, 2019

7:30 - 8:00 am Exhibit Hall Access for Exhibitors/Poster Session B Set-up Only, Pacific Concourse
7:30 am - 6:30 pm On-site Registration & Pre-Registration Check In, Grand Ballroom Foyer
8:00 - 8:30 am Continental Breakfast, Pacific Concourse
8:00 - 10:00 am Poster Session BPacific Concourse
8:00 am - 7:00 pm Exhibits Open, Pacific Concourse
8:30 - 10:00 am Communications Open House, Press Room, Marina Room
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Invited Symposium 1 -Imaging the Immediate and Long-Term Effects of Exercise in Humans, Wendy Suzuki, Chair, Grand Ballroom A
     10:00 - 10:08 am Introduction
     10:08 - 10:36 am Talk 1: Impact of Acute Mild Exercise Interventions on Hippocampal Memory,
Michael Yassa
     10:36 - 11:04 am Talk 2: Bridging Acute and Chronic Effects of Aerobic Exercise on Memory
Systems, Michelle Voss
     11:04 - 11:32 am Talk 3: Neurovascular Plasticity Induced by Exercise Interventions Shows High
Levels of Interindividual Variability in Humans, Emrah Duzel
     11:32 - 12:00 pm Talk 4: Designing and Evaluating Real-World Interventions to Promote Activity
and Neurocognitive Functions, Michelle Carlson
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Invited Symposium 2 – Mesoscale Cognition: High-Field Imaging and Laminar Analysis of Data, Charles Schroeder, Chair, Grand Ballroom B/C
     10:00 - 10:08 am Introduction
     10:08 - 10:36 am Talk 1: Knowns and Unknowns of Predictive Computations in the Human Brain,
Lucia Melloni
     10:36 - 11:04 am Talk 2: Layer-Specific fMRI: A New Frontier for Mapping Human Brain Activity and
Connectivity, Peter Bandettini
     11:04 - 11:32 am Talk 3: Decoding Memory in Health and Alzheimer’s Disease, Anabelle Singer
     11:32 - 12:00 pm Talk 4: Mapping the Human Auditory Pathway: Computational Models and UHF
MRI, Federico de Martino
11:30 - 11:45 am Poster B Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
12:00 - 1:30 pm Lunch Break (On your own)
12:15 - 1:15 pm Workshop - Wearable Sensor Solutions for Integrated Mobile EEG/EXG, Motion Capture & Eye Tracking in the Real and Virtual Worlds, Grand Ballroom A
1:30 - 2:00 pm Poster C Set-Up, Pacific Concourse
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 1- Causal Inference Applied to Cognitive Neuroscience: from Brain Connectivity to Neurocognition, Romy Lorenz, Chair, Grand Ballroom A
     1:30 - 1:38 pm Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm Talk 1: The Centrality of Causal Inference to Cognitive and Network
Neuroscience, Michael W. Cole
     2:04 - 2:30 pm Talk 2: Transcranial Brain Stimulation to Study the Function of Neuronal
Oscillations, Til Ole Bergmann
     2:30 - 2:56 pm Talk 3: Causal Approaches to Testing the Role of Awake Reactivation in
Associative Memory Retention, Arielle Tambini
     2:56 - 3:22 pm Talk 4: Active Inference in Gaming Environments for Computational Psychiatry,
Rosalyn Moran
     3:22 - 3:30 pm Q&A with the Audience
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 2 – Deconstructing the Contents of Episodic Memory Retrieval: Pattern Reactivation as a Marker of Memory Quality and Fidelity, Maureen Ritchey, Chair, Grand Ballroom B/C
     1:30 - 1:38 pm Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm Talk 1: Convergence of Objective and Subjective Indices of Episodic Memory,
Bradley Buchsbaum
     2:04 - 2:30 pm Talk 2: Reactivation in Parietal Cortex Predicts Costs and Benefits of Memory
Retrieval, Brice Kuhl
     2:30 - 2:56 pm Talk 3: Network Interactions Supporting the Precision of Item and Context
Information in Episodic Memory, Maureen Ritchey
     2:56 - 3:22 pm Talk 4: Representation of Complex Events in the Anterior Temporal and Posterior
Medial Brain Systems: Effects of Retention Delay and Prior Knowledge, Chris Bird
     3:22 - 3:30 pm Q&A with the Audience
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 3- Beyond the Attentional Spotlight: The Role of Inhibition in Selective Attention, Heleen Slagter, Bayview Room
     1:30 - 1:38 pm Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm Talk 1: Combined Electrophysiological and Behavioral Evidence for the
Suppression of Salient Distractors, Nick Gaspelin
     2:04 - 2:30 pm Talk 2: Passive Suppression of Distractors in Visual Search, Bo-Yeong Won
     2:30 - 2:56 pm Talk 3: Facilitation and Inhibition in Selective Attention: Two Sides of the Same
Coin?, Heleen A Slagter
     2:56 - 3:22 pm Talk 4: A Theta-Rhythmic Theory of Attention: Alternating States that Promote
either Sampling or Shifting, Ian C. Fiebelkorn
     3:22 - 3:30 pm Q&A with the Audience
3:30 - 4:00 pm Coffee Break, Ballroom Foyer
4:00 - 5:00 pm 25th Annual George A. Miller Prize in Cognitive Neuroscience Lecture, Working Memory 2.0, Earl K. Miller, Grand Ballroom
5:00 - 7:00 pm Poster Session C, Pacific Concourse
7:00 - 7:15 pm Poster Session C Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
7:15 pm Exhibit Hall Closed for the Day – No Entry

 

Monday, March 25, 2019

7:30 - 8:00 am Exhibit Hall Access for Exhibitors/Poster Session D Set-Up Only, Pacific Concourse
8:00 am - 5:30 pm On-site Registration & Pre-Registration Check In, Grand Ballroom Foyer
8:00 - 8:30 am Continental Breakfast, Pacific Concourse
8:00 - 10:00 am Poster Session DPacific Concourse
8:00 am - 5:30 pm Exhibits Open, Pacific Concourse
8:30 - 10:00 am Communications Open House, Press Room, Marina Room
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Symposium 4 – Mental Models of Time, Virginie van Wassenhove, Chair, Bayview Room
     10:00 - 10:08 am Introduction
     10:08 - 10:34 am Talk 1: Mental and Neural Representations of the Past and the Future, Marc
Howard
     10:34 - 11:00 am Talk 2: Temporal Structure is the Key to Understanding Episodic Memory, Charan Ranganath
     11:00 - 11:26 am Talk 3: Structuring Time in the Hippocampal‐Entorhinal System, Christian Doeller
     11:26 - 11:52 am Talk 4: Ordering Events in Time and Space: Similar Algorithms, Different
Implementations?, Virginie van Wassenhove
     11:52 - 12:00 pm Q&A with the Audience
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Symposium 5 – Individual Differences in Age-Related Episodic Memory Decline: Mechanisms, Challenges, and Opportunities, Alexandra Trelle, Chair, Elizabeth Mormino, Co-Chair, Grand Ballroom B/C
     10:00 - 10:08 am Introduction
     10:08 - 10:34 am Talk 1: The Impact of Aβ and Tau on Prospective Cognitive Decline in Older
Individuals, Elizabeth C. Mormino
     10:34 - 11:00 am Talk 2: The Contribution of Hippocampal Integrity and Amyloid Burden to
Individual Differences in Episodic Memory with Age, Alexandra N. Trelle
     11:00 - 11:26 am Talk 3: Reverse Translation Links Memory Performance to Neural Compensation
in a Rodent Model of Cognitive Aging, Sarah A. Johnson
     11:26 - 11:52 am Talk 4: Amyloid Interacts with Multiple Factors to Predict Longitudinal Memory
Change in Cognitively Normal Older Adults, Trey Hedden
     11:52 - 12:00 pm Q&A with the Audience
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Symposium 6 – Cognitive Networks: Trends in Multimodal Approaches and Connectomics, Arseny Sokolov, Chair, Aron K Barbey, Co-Chair, Grand Ballroom A
     10:00 - 10:08 am Introduction
     10:08 - 10:34 am Talk 1: Brain Networks Underpinning Cognitive Control Support Flexible Behavior in Situ, David Lydon-Staley
     10:34 - 11:00 am Talk 2: Network Neuroscience Theory of Human Intelligence, Aron K. Barbey
     11:00 - 11:26 am Talk 3: Reconfiguration of the Language Network after Brain Damage, Vitoria Piai
     11:26 - 11:52 am Talk 4: Integrated Effective and Structural Connectivity Underlying Body
Language Reading, Arseny A. Sokolov
     11:52 - 12:00 pm Q&A with the Audience
11:30 - 11:45 am Poster Session D Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
12:00 - 1:30 pm Lunch Break (On your own)
12:15 - 1:15 pm Workshop - Latest Need to Know Re: NIH Funding Plus Training, Career and Research Grant Opportunities, Grand Ballroom A
12:15 - 1:15 pm Workshop - New Methods for Analyzing Periodic Oscillations and Aperiodic 1/f in Electrophysiology, Grand Ballroom B/C
1:30 - 2:00 pm Poster Session E Set-Up, Pacific Concourse
1:30 - 2:00 pm YIA 1 - Rethinking the Episodic-Semantic Distinction: New Insights from the Dementias, Muireann Irish, Grand Ballroom A
2:00 - 2:30 pm YIA 2 - Brain Network Organization as the Computational Architecture of Cognition, Michael W. Cole, Grand Ballroom A
2:30 - 4:30 pm Poster Session EPacific Concourse
3:30 - 4:00 pm Coffee Service, Pacific Concourse
4:30 - 5:30 pm The Fred Kavli Distinguished Career Contributions in Cognitive Neuroscience Lecture, Adaptive Constructive Processes in Memory and Imagination, Daniel L Schacter, Harvard University, Grand Ballroom
5:30 - 5:45 pm Poster Session E Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
5:45 - 7:15 pm CNS Trainee Professional Development Panel, Bayview Room
5:45 pm Exhibit Hall Closed for the Day – No Entry
7:30 - 10:00 pm CNS Student Trainee Social Night, Monroe's

 

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

7:30 am - 8:00 am Exhibit Hall Access for Exhibitors/Poster Session F Set-Up Only, Pacific Concourse
8:00 am - 3:00 pm On-site Registration & Pre-Registration Check In. Grand Ballroom Foyer
8:00 - 8:30 am Continental Breakfast, Pacific Concourse
8:00 - 10:00 am Poster Session FPacific Concourse
8:00 am - 12:00 pm Exhibits Open, Pacific Concourse
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Invited Symposium 3 – An Emerging Neuroscience of Social Connectedness, Thalia Wheatley, Chair, Grand Ballroom A
     10:00 - 10:08 am Introduction
     10:08 - 10:36 am Talk 1: Monkey Business: Modeling the Neurobiology of Strategic Human Social
Interactions, Michael Platt
     10:36 - 11:04 am Talk 2: Parent-Infant Neural Connectedness Underpins Early Social Learning,
Victoria Leong
     11:04 - 11:32 am Talk 3: The Brain in the Social World: Integrating Approaches from Cognitive
Neuroscience, Social Psychology and Social Network Analysis, Carolyn Parkinson
     11:32 - 12:00 pm Talk 4: Communication and Social Interactions in Fruit Flies: Genes, Networks and Behavior, Giovanni Bosco
10:00 am - 12:00 pm Invited Symposium 4 – Making Decisions in a Structured World, David Badre, Chair, Grand Ballroom B/C
     10:00 - 10:08 am Introduction
     10:08 - 10:36 am Talk 1: Structuring Experience in Cognitive Spaces, Christian Doeller
     10:36 - 11:04 am Talk 2: Using Structured Task Complexity to Seek Explanatory Simplicity, Alla
Karpova
     11:04 - 11:32 am Talk 3: Hierarchical Reinforcement Learning Supports Generalization, Anne Collins
     11:32 - 12:00 pm Talk 4: Learning and Transfer of Structured Task Knowledge, David Badre
11:45 am - 12:00 pm Poster Session F Take-Down, Pacific Concourse
12:00 pm Exhibit Hall Closed for the Day – No Entry
12:00 - 1:30 pm Lunch Break (On your own)
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 7 – Towards Understanding Individual Variability with Functional Neuroimaging: Big Data and Deep Data Perspectives, Colin Hawco, Chair, Caterina Gratton, Co-Chair, Grand Ballroom A
     1:30 - 1:38 pm Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm Talk 1: Factors Influencing the Test-Retest Reliability of Functional Connectivity,
Stephanie Noble
     2:04 - 2:30 pm Talk 2: Precision Measurements Reveal Stability and Individual Differences in
Human Functional Brain Networks, Caterina Gratton
     2:30 - 2:56 pm Talk 3: Clustering Task-fMRI Activity Reveals Patterns of Individually-Variable
Activity, Colin Hawco
     2:56 - 3:22 pm Talk 4: The Dynamic Basis of Cognition: An Integrative Core Under the Control of the Ascending Neuromodulatory System, Mac Shine
     3:22 - 3:30 pm Q&A with the Audience
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 8 – From Knowing to Re-Experiencing: The Semantic-Episodic Distinction 47 years on, Louis Renoult, Chair, Muireann Irish, Discussant, Grand Ballroom B/C
     1:30 - 1:38 pm Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm Talk 1: Interactions Between Semantic and Episodic Memory: Neuropsychological Insights, Matthew Lambon Ralph
     2:04 - 2:30 pm Talk 2: Contributions of Semantic Memory to the Recollection of Unique
Episodes, Michael D. Rugg
     2:30 - 2:56 pm Talk 3: Episodic- and Semantic-Like Interactions in Spatial Memory, R. Shayna
Rosenbaum
     2:56- 3:22 pm Talk 4: Individual Differences in Trait Episodic and Semantic Abilities: Relation to
Strategic Processes and Aging Outcomes, Brian Levine
     3:22 - 3:30 pm Q&A with the Audience
1:30 - 3:30 pm Symposium 9 – Relational Thinking: How are Mental Relations Represented in the Brain? Silvia Bunge, Chair, Wei-Chun Wang, Co-Chair, Bayview Room
     1:30 - 1:38 pm Introduction
     1:38 - 2:04 pm Talk 1: In Search of the Neural Substrate for Abstract Semantic Relations:
Computational Models as Guides, Keith Holyoak
     2:04 - 2:30 pm Talk 2: Why Items that are Semantically Related are More Likely to be
Remembered, Wei-Chun Wang
     2:30 - 2:56 pm Talk 3: Putting the Pieces Together: Generating a Novel Representational Space
through Deductive Reasoning, David Kraemer
     2:56 - 3:22 pm Talk 4: Neurocognitive Effects of Real-World Spatial STEM Education on
Relational Reasoning, Adam Green
     3:22 - 3:30 pm Q&A with the Audience

 

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