2019 Summer Research Program Schedule

Tentative schedule, subject to change

All lectures are in Meliora 301B unless otherwise indicated

June 3

Orientation is in Kresge Room, Meliora 269

9:30-10:00am
Breakfast

10:00am
Orientation begins

10:30am
ID Badge Office

11:00am
Tour River Campus

12:00pm
Lunch

1:00pm
Depart for Research Lab

June 5

3:30-4:30pm
Faculty talk: Jen Hunter
Seeing cells in the living eye

June 12

2:30-3:30pm
Duje Tadin, Ethics in Research

3:30-4:30pm
Faculty talk: Duje Tadin
How to see in total darkness and why a curveball curves

June 19

3:30-4:30pm
Faculty talk: Tania Pasternak
Brain mechanisms of working memory for visual motion

June 26

3:30-4:30pm
Faculty talk: Adam Snyder
Neural population coding

July 3

3:30-4:30pm
Faculty talk: Martina Poletti
Attention and eye movements at the foveal scale

July 10

2:30-3:30pm CANCELED
Faculty talk: Ed Freedman 
New tools for assessing cognitive decline in healthy aging and Alzheimer's disease

3:30-4:30pm
Faculty talk: Ania Majewska
Microglia and synaptic plasticity

July 17

3:30-4:30pm
Faculty talk: Jude Mitchell
Neural mechanisms of covert and pre-saccadic attention

July 24

3:30-4:30pm
Faculty talk: Ed Lalor
On the encoding and decoding of natural stimulus processing in humans using EEG

August 1

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
CVS picnic, Riverbend Shelter, Genesee Valley Park

August 2

10:00 am -12:00 pm
CVS student poster session, Meliora 366