3D Tissue Models
Recognition memory mechanisms: from proteins to a patients
Kingsdown Conference Centre
City of Bristol, BS2 8EJ

     *  Abstract Deadline:
       4th June 2010

     *  Registration Deadline:
       13th June 2010


   Professor Michael Hasselmo (Boston University),
   Professor Denise Manahan-Vaughan ( RUHR University Bochum),
   Dr Richard Henson ( MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit),
   Dr Clea Warburton (University of Bristol),
   Dr Timothy Bussey (University of Cambridge),
   Professor Kenneth Norman (Princeton University),
   Professor Michael Rugg (University of California)
   Professor Andrew Yonelinas (University of California, Davis),
   Dr Elizabeth Murray (National Institutes of Health),
   Professor John Wixted (University of California, San Diego),
   Professor Anthony Wagner (Stanford University),
   Professor Madeleine Eacott (Durham University),
   Professor Zafar Bashir (University of Bristol ),
   Dr Rafal Bogacz (University of Bristol)

   Understanding the neural basis of recognition memory remains one of
   the key goals in neuroscience today. This meeting brings together many
   of the most influential researchers in this area but also includes
   leading representatives of differing viewpoints providing a unique
   opportunity for researchers to discuss and debate their findings. In
   the meeting the major recent advances, from molecular genetics through
   modelling and plasticity to psychology, will be discussed by the
   leading world experts in the field.

   Southwell Street, Bristol, City of Bristol, BS2 8EJ, United Kingdom

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Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, July 1, 2010
10:00:00 Session 1 Malcolm Brown
10:40:00 Computational Modelling Michael Hasselmo
11:20:00 Coffee
11:40:00 Animal (rat) behavioural and intracellular signalling studies Clea Warburton
12:20:00 Animal synaptic plasticty studies Denise Manahan-Vaughan
13:00:00 Lunch and posters
14:15:00 Session 2 David Mumby
14:20:00 Human imaging studies Richard Henson
15:00:00 Animal (rat and monkey) behavioural and pharmacological studies Timothy Bussey
15:40:00 Tea
16:10:00 Computational Modelling Kenneth Norman
16:50:00 Human evoked potential and imaging studies Michael Rugg
17:30:00 General Discussion
18:00:00 Symposium Dinner
Friday, July 2, 2010
09:25:00 Session 3 Clea Warburton
09:30:00 Human clinical and imaging studies Anew Yonelinas
10:10:00 Animal (monkey) behavioural studies Elisabeth Murray
10:50:00 Coffee
11:10:00 Human clinical studies John Wixted
13:00:00 Lunch and posters
13:25:00 Session 4 John Aggleton
13:30:00 Human imaging studies Anthony Wagner
14:10:00 Animal (rat) behaviour Madeleine Eacott
14:50:00 Tea
15:20:00 Animal (rat) synaptic plasticity Zafar Bashir
16:00:00 Computational Modelling Rafal Bogacz
16:40:00 Final Discussion
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