We announce virtual minisymposium titled 'Subcortical neural processing of saliency' organized by the University of Veterinary Medicine for 17th December 2020 (NEW DATE).
The goal of this neuroscience meeting is to recruit talks which explore how animals extract behaviorally relevant features from the sensory landscape.
The symposium is free of charge and held in English. The duration of the talks should be no more than 20 minutes.
14:00 – 14:20 Mátyás Ferenc, PhD (ÁTE, Természettudományi Kutatóközpont-TTK):
Dual thalamoamygdalar routes control emotional behavior
14:25 – 14:45 Kocsis Kinga (TTK, PPKE ITK):
The role of thalamic inputs in amygdala oscillation generation (ÚNKP-19-3-III-PPKE-68)
14:50 – 15:10 Dr. Keller Dávid (Semmelweis Egyetem):
A novel thalamo-preoptic neuronal pathway affects social interaction in rat
15:15 – 15:35 Alfonso Deichler, PhD (Universidad de Chile):
A specialized reciprocal connectivity suggests a link between the mechanisms by which the superior colliculus and parabigeminal nucleus produce defensive behaviors in rodents
15:40 – 16:00 Dr. Barthó Péter, PhD (TTK):
Top-down modulation of thalamocortical states