APAN

Friday, November 11, 2022

The Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter

(910 Broadway Circle, California Ballroom)

8.00-9.00 Registration and breakfast
9.00-10.00

Keynote Lecture: Predictive coding of the auditory mind

Shihab Shamma, University of Maryland and École normale supérieure

 

10.00-10.15 Poster teasers 1
10.15-12.15 Poster session 1
12.15-1.00

Short talks 1-3

Nathan A. Schneider, University of Pittsburgh. Extratelencephalic neurons encode learned stimulus categories and behavioral choice.

Iran Roman, Stanford University. A dynamic model of neural oscillation can synchronize with natural speech.

Srihita Rudraraju,  UCSD. Predictive coding in songbird auditory cortical neurons.

1.00-2.30

Lunch/mentor sessions

2.30-2.35

NIH update

Amy Poremba , NIDCD

2.35-3.00

Young investigator spotlight

Hiroyuki Kato, University of North Carolina. Integration of parallel ascending pathways in the primary and higher-order auditory cortices

3.00-3.45

Short talks 3-6

Timothy Tyree, UCSD. Cross-modal representation of individual identity in primate hippocampus.

Meredith Schmehl, Duke University. Visual cues bias single-trial responses in the macaque inferior colliculus to favor a visually-paired sound.

Meike M. Rogalla , University of Michigan. Representation of auditory space in the shell of the inferior colliculus

3.45-4.00 Poster teasers 2
4.00-6.00 Poster session 2
6.00-6.45 Travel award presentation and business meeting

 

2022 TDT receipt

 

Deadline for abstracts and EARLY registration is CLOSED; regular registration is open and can also be conducted at the conference

 

Advances and Perspectives in Auditory Neuroscience (APAN) is dedicated to promoting research in central auditory neuroscience. Since our first meeting in 2003, APAN has provided an opportunity for young and established researchers to network, discuss issues of common interest, and share their latest findings just before the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). As always, our mandate is to showcase the latest, unpublished work in our field, support the professional development of our younger members, and honor the career achievements of an established member of our community through a keynote lecture. This year, we are thrilled to return to an in-person format, and we will be meeting in San Diego, on Nov 11, 2022, the day before the beginning of SfN 2022.

We also want to continue to draw your attention to some fantastic professional and community development. More information on our events can be found on the APAN website: https://www.med.upenn.edu/apan/professional-and-community-development-program.html

We look forward to seeing you soon.

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APAN Organizing Committee: Maria Chait (Co-Chair) • Stephen David (Co-Chair) • Pierre Apostolides • Tania Rinaldi Barkat • Melissa Caras •  Björn Herrmann • Lixia Gao •  Hiroyuki Kato • Kishore Kuchibhotla • Benjamin Morillon • Vatsun Sadagopan • Tobias Teichert • Sarah Verhulst • Kerry Walker • Ross Williamson

APAN Executive Committee: Yale Cohen • Liz Romanski • Xiaoqin Wang