2002 meeting:
Neuropsychiatric Institute Auditorium, Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA Medical School Campus

09:00 AM: Opening Remarks: Alcino Silva

09:05- 09:35- David Glanzman (UCLA)- Post-synaptic convergence of serotonergic modulation and LTP: a new hypothesis for classical conditioning in Aplysia
09:35- 10:05- Tom O'Dell (UCLA)- Genetic disruptions of the NMDA receptor-signaling complex modify both LTP and learning.
10:05- 10:35- Alcino Silva (UCLA)- Molecular and cellular threshold devices for plasticity and learning

10:35- 11:00- Break

11:00- 11:30- Erin Schuman (Cal Tech)- Synaptic dynamics- cell adhesion and protein degradation
11:30- 12:00- Mark Mayford (Scripps)- Genetic studies of Ca2+ signaling in long-term memory
12:00- 12:30- Gary Lynch(UCI)- An Adhesion Hypothesis for Memory Consolidation

12:30- 02:00- Lunch

02:00- 02:30- Kelsey Martin (UCLA)- mRNA localization and local protein synthesis during long-term facilitation
02:30- 03:00- Tom Carew (UCI)- Making memories in Aplysia: From synapses to behavior and back again
03:00- 03:30-Gilles Laurent (Cal Tech)- Oscillations and the sparsening of odor representations

03:30- 04:00- Break

04:00- 04:30- Dean Buonomano (UCLA) Timing and Dynamics in Cortical Networks.
04:30- 05:00- Joaquin Fuster (UCLA)- Memory Networks in Primate Cortex
05:00- 05:30- Larry Squire (UCSD)- Brain systems supporting declarative memory


05:30- Reception (First Floor Conference Room; Gonda Bld


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