• Englishen
  • Françaisfr
  • This year the INC DAY will focus on the observation of the brain as it performs real tasks. Mickael Tanter (Physics for Medicine, Paris) will give the keynote lecture , that will followed by presentations of nine other French or foreign researchers, six present in the Claude Bernard amphitheater (Campus Saint-Germain des Prés), three by video-conferencing. The talks will be also accessible via Zoom.

    Presentation of a sanitary pass will be required for attendants. Registration is free but mandatory.

    Thursday October 21st. from 9am until 18:30pm

    In Claude Bernard amphitheater, Campus Saint-Germain des Prés, 45 rue des Saints-Pères, and room Sabatier B) or online via Zoom

    Program

    8:45-9:15  Registration

    9:00-9:15 Welcome Address

    9:30-10:30 

    • Keynote Lecture by Mikael Tanter (Physics for Medicine Paris)

    Title to be announced 

    10:30-12:30 New microscopies

    • Emmanuel Beaurepaire (Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France)

    Multicolor multiphoton microscopy of developing and brain tissue

    • Jason Kerr (Research Center Caesar, Bonn, Germany)

    Three-photon head-mounted microscopes for imaging deep cortical layers in freely moving animals

    • Jouke Dijkstra (Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, Netherlands)

    Optical imaging in tissue

    12:30-14:00 Lunch break

    14:00-16:00  Imaging the human brain

    • Lucie Hertz-Pannier(NeuroDiderot, Paris)

    Imaging brain neurodevelopment in health and disease

    • Caroline Niziolek (University of Wisconsin, USA)

    Speak your mind: cortical predictions of speech sensory feedback

    • Leanne Hirshfield (University of Colorado, Boulder, USA) via Zoom

    Using non-invasive brain measurement to predict social, cognitive, and affective states in real-time

    16:00-16:30 Afternoon break

    16:30-18:30 Freely behaving animals

    • Tali Kimchi (Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel) via Zoom

    Neurobiology of sexually dimorphic social behavior

    • Mitchell Roitman (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA) via Zoom

    Phasic dopamine signaling in the homeostasis to action arc

    • Asli Ayaz (Neuro-Electronics Research Flanders, Belgium)

    Context matters: vision and touch in action

    18:30 Conclusion