A large NERF delegation is on its way to Washtington DC for the annual SfN meeting. The world’s largest neuroscience conference for scientists and physicians starts tomorrow and runs until Nov 15th.
We'll be presenting a ton of results, do stop by at our posters and join our talks. Check out our abstracts and find out when and where we'll be presenting:
Spontaneous rapid odor source localization behavior requires interhemispheric communication (Haesler lab)
Locomotion impacts early visual response amplitudes but not their tuning (Bonin lab)
An inhomogeneous direction selective map in the superior colliculus (Farrow lab)
Area specialization of feature selectivity in the mouse visual cortex (Bonin lab)