Date: November 17, 2014
Location: Washington, DC
We at Lafayette-Campden Neuroscience are proud to announce full details for the 4th Annual Lafayette-Campden Touch Screen Seminar which will be held at the 2014 Society for Neuroscience meeting in Washington D.C.
Food and drink will be provided. We politely request that you RSVP using our online form
"Development of a delayed non-match to position task, which is being validated in FVB/AntJ and C57BL/6J mice."
Lab of Behavioural Neuroscience
National Institute of Mental Health (NIH), United States
"Repeated sensory load post-weaning induces lasting alterations in attentional functions and BDNF expression"
Brain Stimulation Lab, Life Science department
Ben Gurion University, Israel
"Touchscreen-paradigm for mice reveals cross-species evidence for an antagonistic relationship of cognitive flexibility and stability"
Anne S. Vogel, M.Sc.
RG Animal Models in Psychiatry
Central Institute of Mental Health, Germany
"Novel touchscreen tests of cognitive function for rodents"
Assistant Professor of Neuroscience and Physiology
Director of the NYUMC Rodent Behavior Core, United States