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Central Complex IV: A New Hope to Understand a Multifaceted Brain Region

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Central Complex IV: A New Hope to Understand a Multifaceted Brain Region

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March 20 - 23, 2016
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This will be the fourth in a series of Janelia-hosted meetings on this intriguing insect brain region. Recent experimental results from studies in a variety of insects have significantly advanced our knowledge of the anatomical circuitry, activity patterns and behavioral involvement of central complex neurons. This meeting brings together a cross-section of researchers studying the central complex and associated insect brain regions. It will feature theme-focused sessions with short talks, selected from submitted abstracts.  As with the previous such meeting, this edition will also involve a mix of vertebrate researchers and modelers using experimental and computational approaches to studying topics of potential relevance to the central complex, such as action selection, motor control and navigation.

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Stanley Heinze, Lund University
Vivek Jayaraman, Janelia Research Campus/HHMI
Barbara Webb, University of Edinburgh
Invited Participants
Kathleen Cullen, McGill University
Benjamin de Bivort, Harvard University
Jeff Donlea, University of Oxford
Joshua Dudman, Janelia Research Campus/HHMI
Basil el Jundi, Lund University
Jesse Goldberg, Cornell University
Paul Graham, University of Sussex
Frank Hirth, King's College London
Uwe Homberg, Philipps-Universität Marburg
Kate Jeffery, University College London
Gaby Maimon, Rockefeller University
Michael Milford, Queensland University of Technology
Shreesh Mysore, Johns Hopkins University
Keram Pfeiffer, Philipps-Universität Marburg
Peter Redgrave, University of Sheffield
Roy Ritzmann, Case Western Reserve University
Wolfgang Roessler, University of Wuerzburg
Nicholas Strausfeld, University of Arizona
Greg Suh, NYU Langone Medical Center
Tanya Wolff, Janelia Research Campus/HHMI