Princeton Research Day 2019

Princeton Research Day 2019

Schedule of student presenters from the Princeton Neuroscience Institute below. 

Princeton Research Day will be held Thursday, May 9, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Frist Campus Center. The event is free and open to the public. Download the full schedule and program at researchday.princeton.edu

 
Time
Location
Presenter
Title
11:00 AM
Room 330
Anne Mennen, Grad student
Reducing negative attentional bias in depression with real-time neurofeedback
12:00 PM
Main Atrium
Ariella Cohen '19
The Neural Underpinnings of Learning and Behavior During Joint Book-Reading
12:00 PM
Main Atrium
Alison Herman '19
Investigating the Role of the Nucleus Accumbens in Complex Decision-Making
12:00 PM
Main Atrium
Daniel Che '20
Navigating in neural and perceptual manifolds with closed-loop multi-site electrical microstimulation system
12:00 PM
Main Atrium
Susan Liu '19
Understanding the Limitations on Cognitive Control from the Perspective of the Stability-Flexibility Tradeoff
12:00 PM
Main Atrium
Vincent Tang '19
Representations and Causal Contributions of Frontal Cortical Regions During Context-Dependent Decision Making
12:00 PM
Main Atrium
Jessica Verpeut, Postdoc
Cerebellar guidance of flexible learning and whole-brain activity
1:00 PM
Room 210
Varun Bhave '19
The effect of different stimulus paradigms on temporal sequence learning in mouse primary visual cortex (V1)
1:00 PM
Room 210
Tolulope Adetayo '19
Human Adaptation to Demand for Cognitive Flexibility in a Three-Task Environment
3:00 PM
Multi-purpose Rooms, Level B
Rucha Alur '20
Exploring how internal and external cues modulate courtship song in the fruit fly
       
Date/Time: 
Thursday, May 9, 2019 - 10:00am to Friday, May 10, 2019 - 4:45pm
Location: 
Frist Campus Center
Summary: 

Princeton Research Day is an annual event in which Princeton’s undergraduate and graduate researchers give presentations on their work. The event is a collaborative initiative between the offices of the Dean of the College, the Dean of the Faculty, the Dean of the Graduate School and the Dean for Research, with support from the Office of the Provost.