[Comp-neuro] Dopaminergic Signaling Workshop at OCNS meeting in Barcelona July 16-17

Canavier, Carmen C. ccanav at lsuhsc.edu
Wed Apr 17 15:34:31 CEST 2019

CNS*2019 Twenty Eighth Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting
Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain. Jul. 16 - 17, 2019
Workshop Title: Dopaminergic Signaling Workshop
Organizer: Carmen Canavier, LSU Health Science Center New Orleans, ccanav at lsuhsc.edu
Brief Description: This workshop will examine dopaminergic signaling from the perspective of the regulation of afferent inputs to dopamine neurons, to plasticity of afferent synapses onto dopamine neurons, to the dynamic diversity of dopamine neuron subpopulations, to plasticity and other forms of dopaminergic signaling in projection areas such as the striatum and prefrontal cortex, with reference to depression, schizophrenia, Parkinson's and addiction. This work is timely in that the diversity of dopaminergic populations is beginning to be appreciated and significant because of the cognitive, motor and motivational functional circuits that rely on dopaminergic signaling.
Joshua Berke             Dissociable dopamine dynamics for learning and motivation
Avrama Blackwell        TBA
George Mason University
Carmen Canavier         Dynamics of distinct subpopulations of dopamine neurons
LSU Health Science Center
Kenji Doya                   State, value and action coding in the striatum
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
Daniel Durstewitz     Inferring nonlinear dynamics from fMRI recordings in schizophrenia
University of Heidelberg
Arif Hamid                               Wave-like spatio-temporal patterns organize dopamine
Brown University                       transients into compartmentalized decision-signals
Laurent Venance         Dopamine-endocannabinoid interactions mediate bidirectional spike
Collège de France         timing dependent plasticity in the striatum
Martin Vinck    TBA
Ernst Struengmann
Institute for Neuroscience
Jeff Wickens                Timing of dopamine directs synaptic plasticity
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
Denis Zakharov Role of VTA GABAergic neurons in high-frequency firing of dopaminergic neuron
Higher School of Economics (Moscow)
Larry Zweifel TBA
University of Washington

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