2021 APAN Agenda

Thursday, November 4 (Time EDT, GMT-4)

9:40

Welcoming Remarks

Presenters: APAN Programming Committee

10:00

Keynote

Presenter: Lizabeth Romanski, U. Rochester

Bringing Faces and Vocalizations Together in the Primate Prefrontal Cortex

moderator: Daniel Polley

11:00

Poster Teasers 1-5

Presenter: Various

11:15

Poster Session 1

12:15

Talk 1

Effects of attention on the formation of long-term implicit memory for sound patterns

Roberta Bianco and Maria Chait

12:30

Talk 2

Vagus nerve stimulation-mediated sensory perceptual improvement

Kathleen Martin, Eleni Papadoyannis, Jennifer Schiavo, Nesibe Temiz, Saba Fadaei, Matthew McGinley, David McCormick, and Robert Froemke

12:45

Break

1:15

Poster Session 2

2:15

Talk 3

The role of auditory nerve phase-locking in human hearing: evidence from deep neural networks

Mark Saddler and Josh McDermott

2:30

Talk 4

A default role for the auditory cortex in goal-directed discrimination learning

Celine Drieu, Ziyi Zhu, Aaron Wang, Kylie Fuller, Sarah Elnozahy, Srdjan Ostojic, and Kishore Kuchibhotla

2:45

Break and Transition

3:00

Peter Lakatos memorial symposium

4:00

Social Hour

Friday, November 5 (Time EDT, GMT-4)

9:45

NIH Update

 

10:00

Young Investigator Spotlight 1

Presenter: Professor Srivatsun Sadagopan, U. Pitt 

Hierarchical cortical computations for robust auditory categorization

10:30

Talk 5

Top-down and bottom-up expectations in the prefrontal and auditory cortices

Lalitta Suriya-Arunroj, Yale Cohen, and Joshua Gold

10:45

Talk 6

Regulation of sensory processing in the primary auditory cortex by translaminar recurrence from layer 5

Koun Onodera and Hiroyuki Kato

11:00

Poster Teasers 6-10

Presenter: Various

11:15

Poster Session 3

12:15

Young Investigator Spotlight 2

Presenter: Professor Kasia M. Bieszczad, Rutgers

The auditory system is under molecular epigenetic control

 

12:45

Break

1:15

Poster Session 4

2:15

Talk 7

Hierarchical effects of noise on auditory temporal integration and behavioral evidence of its dysfunction after cochlear synaptopathy in rhesus macaques

Chase Mackey, Leslie Liberman, M. Charles Liberman, Troy Hackett, and Ramnarayan Ramachandran

2:30

Talk 8 

Neural specialization for processing melody in human superior temporal gyrus

Narayan Sankaran, Matthew Leonard, Frederic Theunissen, and Edward Chang

2:45

Poster and Travel Awards

Presenter: APAN Programming Committee

3:00

Social hour/Business meeting

4:00

End