EPIC XV Themes

Cognition and Memory
Sensory Processes
Motor control
Psychiatric Disorders
Neurologic Disorders
Source Analysis
Time-Frequency Analysis
Cellular mechanisms
Functional Genomics
Multmodal imaging
Computational modeling
Animal models

Invited Speakers

Danielle Dick, Ph.D

Danielle Dick, Ph.D

Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry
Virginia Institute of Psychiatric and Behavioral Genetics
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, Virginia

Title:  Identifying Genetic Influences on Brain Function



Michael Rugg

Michael D. Rugg, Ph.D

Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Bonney Research Laboratory
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA  92697-3800

Topic:  The use of electrophysiological, fMRI and behavioral methods to investigate the mechanisms of human memory. Professor Rugg will address the conceptual implications and translational methods of his current innovative research approach to these key problems.

Title:  Episodic Memory Retrieval:  What have we learned from ERPs?



Joel Snyder

Joel Snyder, University of Nevada

Joel Snyder has received the Samuel Sutton Awardfor Early Distinguished Scientific Contribution to Human ERPs and Cognition.

Title:  Listening Strategy Modulates Neural Correlates of Auditory Rhythm Perception.