Michele Insanally Department of Otolaryngology Department of Neurobiology University of Pittsburgh Contributions of diverse cortical neuron responses to auditory perceptual learning Flexible responses to sensory cues in dynamic environments are essential for adaptive auditory-guided behaviors such as navigation and communication. How do neural circuits flexibly gate sensory information to select appropriate behavioral strategies […]
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We will also stream this seminar via Zoom. For the Zoom link, please contact us: email@example.com Sameer Sheth Department of Neurosurgery Baylor College of Medicine Psychiatric Neuromodulation: Present and Future abstract forthcoming A pizza lunch will be served. Please bring your own beverage.
Valentine Hacquard Department of Linguistics University of Maryland Must the force be with you? Children have been shown to struggle with the force of modals: they tend to accept possibility modals (like might) in environments where adults prefer necessity modals (like must), and necessity modals in environments where adults require possibility modals. In […]
Pieter Roelfsema Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience Visual perception and visual consciousness and their restoration when the eyes fail A long-standing dream of scientists is to be able to directly project images from the outside world onto the visual brain, bypassing the eyes. This method could provide a solution for blind and visually impaired […]
* This event is in-person only. No registration required. Going on the job market, and unsure how best to advocate for your salary, startup, or other needs? Come hear Wharton negotiation Professor Nazlı Bhatia discuss strategies for negotiation during the hiring process. Some special attention will be paid to particularities of the academic and research […]