29 matches found
Uwe Rudolph, PhD University of Illinois; Department of Comparative Biosciences "GABAA Receptor Subtypes: A new perspective on functional selectivity of inhibition in the brain"
NHGRI presents a public forum "Artificial Intelligence, Health, & Society" Rashida Richardson Director of Policy Research AI Now Institute Kristian J. Hammond Professor of Computer Science McCormick School of Engineering Northwestern University
Siobhan Brady, PhD University of California, Davis; Department of Plant Biology "Transcriptional Regulation of Nitrogen Metabolism"
Sarah E. O’Connor, PhD Director, Department of Natural Product Biosynthesis Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology Jena, Germany "Chemistry and Biology of Plant Natural Products"
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED James Eberwine, PhD University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine; Professor of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics, Co-Director Penn Program in Single Cell Biology "Integrating Single Cell Subcellular Biology in the Quest for Emergent Biologies"
Network science describes principles by which large numbers of pairwise relationships between brain regions can be illuminated. Examples will be given of descriptions of collections of brain regions into subnetworks or communities, individual differences in community structure, how community structure relates to disease, and how it might be changed through experience.
Nathalie Pochet, PhD Broad Institute, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Professor of Neurology "AMARETTO for network biology and medicine: linking diseases, drivers, targets and drugs via graph-based fusion of multi-omics, clinical, imaging and perturbation data"
While there is general agreement about which patches of cortex are involved in reading words, there is extensive debate about the type of cognitive comptutation carried out in those patches.