The 11th BRI International Symposium

BRI holds an international symposium every year from FY2010 as an annual joint usage/research event. Please join our virtual BRI International Symposium on February 19, 2021 entitled "From single cell to systems neuroscience".

Date Friday 19 February 2021, 9:00 to 18:10


Venue Online via Zoom
Language English
Fee No participation fee required.
(up to 300 participants)
Registration Please register from here.
We'll send you a Zoom link.
Contact BRI Administration Office
Phone: 025-227-0388
Email: seminar@bri.niigata-u.ac.jp
Japan time
9:00-9:10 Opening Remark Osamu Onodera
BRI, Niigata Univ.
9:10-9:50 New tools for monitoring & manipulating neural circuits Loren Looger
HHMI Janelia, UCSD
9:50-10:20 Mechanisms Driving Cognitive Control Circuit Maturation Hirofumi Morishita
Mount Sinai, NY
Rest 10 min
10:30-11:00 Extra-large spines distort dendritic and neuronal computation in psychiatric disorders: Reconsideration of pathophysiology of schizophrenia Akiko Hayashi-Takagi
11:00-11:30 Regulatory mechanism of neural stem cells revealed by optical manipulation of gene expressions Itaru Imayoshi
Kyoto Univ.
11:30-12:00 Neural Circuit Dynamics in Life-stage Transition to Parents Kazunari Miyamichi
Lunch 60 min
13:00-13:40 A trans-scale-scope for exploring rare cellular activity in more than one million cells Takeharu Nagai
Osaka Univ.
13:40-14:20 Development of fluorescent probes for live imaging of cellular states Yasushi Okada
RIKEN/Univ. Tokyo
14:20-14:50 Thalamic regulation of sleep and wakefulness Sakiko Honjoh
Univ. Tsukuba IIIS
Rest 5 min
14:55-15:35 Rules for distributing synaptic weights in hippocampal neurons Yukiko Goda
15:35-16:05 Fast, cell-resolution, contiguously-wide two-photon imaging for understanding functional cortical network architectures Masanori Murayama
16:05-16:45 in vivo two-photon microscopic observation by realized by laser light modulation and novel material Tomomi Nemoto
Rest 5 min
16:50-17:20 Persistent coding of spatial goals in ensemble dynamics of prefrontal cortex Hiroshi Ito
Max Planck, Frankfurt
17:20-18:00 Nanoscale functional neuroanatomy using STED microscopy Valentin Nägerl
Univ. Bordeaux
18:00-18:10 Closing Remark Takayasu Mikuni
BRI, Niigata Univ.