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The 2019 Inscopix Tech Awards

We thank the Inscopix community for submitting their SfN abstracts to us and showcasing such innovative circuit neuroscience research using nVistaTM or nVokeTM systems.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2109 Inscopix Tech Awards!

October 20

11:00 AM-12:00 PM

Hall A  162.08 / W36

William Marks, PhD - Postdoc, UT Southwestern Medical Center

Novel behavioral approaches for analyzing temporal-tracking, context-time integration, and time cell activity in mice

October 21

1:00 PM-2:00 PM 

Hall A  397.17 / M26

Waylin Yu - PhD Candidate, UNC Chapel Hill

Cell type specific midbrain and extended amygdala contributions to sex differences in  pain and drug use

October 22

10:00 AM-11:00 AM

Hall A  497.07 / Q10

Joanna Schwenkgrub, PhD - Postdoc, Paris-Saclay Institute of Neuroscience

Endoscopic calcium imaging of brainstem V2a stop neurons

October 22

3:00 PM-4:00 PM 

Hall A  580.23 / L46

Mafalda Vicente, PhD - Postdoc, Columbia University

Spatiotemporal dynamics of striatal circuits during repetitive behaviors in autism spectrum disorder

 

With Inscopix nVokeTM or nVistaTM miniscope systems, we empower neuroscientists to discover fundamental insights into brain function in health and disease in freely behaving animals.
 
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