Symposium

Neuroengineering: Probing and Rewiring Neural Circuits

Wednesday, June 27, 2018, 12:00 PM – 4:45 PM
Bossone Mitchell Auditorium
3120 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA
Organized by Catherine von Reyn, Drexel University

About the Symposium

Both clinical and basic neuroscience research benefit from technologies that expand our ability to understand nervous system function and promote function restoration following injury or degeneration. This symposium highlights cutting-edge developments in probing and rewiring neural circuits.

Program

12:00 PM Name Badge Pickup
12:30 PM Yevgeny Berdichevsky, PhD, Lehigh University
"Engineering 3D Neural Circuit Structure and Function"
1:00 PM Yuanquan Song, PhD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania
"Neuroregeneration, May the Force be with You!"
1:30 PM Simon Giszter, PhD, Drexel University College of Medicine
“Enhancing and directing cortical and spinal plasticity: lessons from the rodent model of Spinal Cord Injury”
2:00 PM Kacy Cullen, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
“Living Tissue Engineered Brain Pathways to Restore the Connectome”
2:30 PM Break
2:45 PM Eric Schreiter, PhD, Janelia Research Campus
"Chemigenetic Indicators of Neuronal Activity"
3:15 PM Daniel Aharoni, PhD, UCLA
"Miniscope.org: An open-source imaging platform focused on developing the next generation of miniature fluorescence microscopes"
3:45 PM William Stauffer, PhD, University of Pittsburgh
"Cell type-specific investigation of reward system function"
4:15 PM Mijail Serruya, MD, PhD, Thomas Jefferson University
"Intracortical brain-computer interfaces"

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