“A cognitive scaffold for representing and remembering events”
We would like to invite you to the annual CCSN Retreat on Friday, February 26, 2021 from 1:00pm – 4:20pm via Zoom. The CCSN retreat committee has been working hard on planning this year’s retreat, and we hope that you can attend.
We are thrilled to have Zach Reagh (https://sites.wustl.edu/complexmemlab/) as our featured faculty speaker. We will also have students who have completed the Pathway give presentations about their current interdisciplinary research.
1:00 Dan Moran, PhD (Department of Biomedical Engineering) “Welcome Message”
1:10 Jung Uk Kang (Department of Neuroscience) “Interareal communication in posterior parietal cortex during coordinated eye and arm movements”
1:30 Rongxiang “Catherine” Tang (Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences) “Frontoparietal pattern similarity analyses of cognitive control in monozygotic twins”
2:05 Kalyan Tripathy (Department of Neuroscience) “Brain mapping in preschool-age children with high-density diffuse optical tomography”
2:25 Zack Markow (Department of Biomedical Engineering) “Decoding the identities of movie clips with diffuse optical tomography of the human brain”
2:45 Weikang “Wilbur” Shi (Department of Neuroscience) “Economic choices with simultaneous or sequential offers rely on the same neural circuit”
3:20 Zach Reagh, PhD (Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences) “A cognitive scaffold for representing and remembering events”
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to any of us on the CCSN retreat planning committee.
CCSN Retreat Planning Committee: Shashank Anand, Michael Freund, Chris Pacia, Brent Rappaport, Annie Zheng, Dan Moran, Rashelle Popinski, & Carmen Horn
For inquiries contact Carmen Horn.