Miller Lab and Friends @ SFN 2023

Monday, 11/13

PSTR236.16        Synaptic Plasticity Explains the Creation and Convergence of Ensembles During Interhemispheric Transfer of Working Memory  8:00 – 12:00 PM *Y. XIE, A. RANGAMANI, E. K. MILLER, T. A. POGGIO

PSTR285.05        Broadband coupling to slow wave phase during propofol-induced unconsciousness reflects both spiking and non-spiking dynamics at the cortical surface  1:00 – 5:00 PM  *P. F. BLONIASZ, J. TAUBER, S. BRINCAT, E. K. MILLER, E. P. STEPHEN

NANO46.02       Ketamine anesthesia induces coordinated multiarea gamma bursts and disruption of sensory processing in macaques , 1:15 – 1:30 PM *I. GARWOOD1, A. J. MAJOR1, J. J. BALLESTEROS2, J. A. DONOGHUE1, M. M. MAHNKE1, E. K. MILLER1, P. ANIKEEVA1, E. N. BROWN1

Tuesday, 11/14
PSTR368.14        Top-down learning results in more efficient beta (15-30 Hz) networks. 8:00 – 12:00 PM *M. BROSCHARD1, J. E. ROY2, S. BRINCAT1, E. K. MILLER3;

PSTR368.15        Testing the effects of antidepressant and anesthetic dose ketamine on the nonhuman primate corticothalamic circuit    8:00 – 12:00 PM *A. J. MAJOR, I. C. GARWOOD, M. K. MAHNKE, S. L. BRINCAT, J. E. ROY, E. K. MILLER;

PSTR368.16        Convergent transformations of “what” and “where” information in primate prefrontal cortex, caudate tail, and hippocampus 8:00 – 12:00 PM *P. T. WENTZ, S. L. BRINCAT, E. K. MILLER;

PSTR433.15        Rotational dynamics help stabilize cortex 1:00 – 5:00 PM *T. BATABYAL, S. L. BRINCAT, E. K. MILLER

Wednesday, 11/15
PSTR511.18        A hierarchical hidden semi-Markov model for characterizing multi-region dynamics during decreased states of arousal 11/15/23, 8:00 – 12:00 PM *J. CORREA MENENDEZ, Z. CHEN, E. K. MILLER, E. N. BROWN;

PSTR577.07        Spiking lateral-inhibition circuitry explains disparate cortico-striatal physiological, decision-making, and learning phenomena. 1:00 – 5:00 PM *A. PATHAK, S. BRINCAT, S. SENNEFF, L. R. MUJICA-PARODI, E. K. MILLER, R. GRANGER;