Spring 2022 Stanford Neurosciences IDP Student Retreat
Registration opens for IDP Students and Faculty on Monday, May 2, 2022
MUST Register by Wednesday, May 11, 2022 (11:59 pm)
Register using this link:
Contact: Marrium Fatima or Ashley Del Rosario
Erin Gibson Stanford University
The Gibson Lab studies the cellular and molecular mechanisms modulating glia.
Manasi Iyer Stanford University
Manasi is a current Neurosciences Ph.D. student in Zuchero Lab studying the molecular and cellular mechanisms that underlie myelination.
Sergey Stavisky UC Davis
The goal of the UC Davis Neuroprosthetics Lab is to develop technology to restore abilities affected from neurological injury and disease.
Tina Kim UC Davis
The Kim Lab at UC Davis develops molecular and optical approaches to study the function and molecular organization of neurons in the brain.
Will Giardino Stanford University
The Giardino Lab studies neuropeptide molecules in extended amygdala circuits controlling stress, addiction, and sleep disturbances.
Yvette Fisher UC Berkeley
The Fisher lab studies spatial navigation in the fruit fly in order to understand how nervous systems flexibly process information.
Friday, June 3
- 3:00 pm Hotel Check-in Available
- 7:00 pm Dinner for Speakers and Hosts
Saturday, June 4
- 8:30 am Breakfast
- 9:00 am Welcome by Retreat Reps Chung-ha Davis and Josh Head and Program Co-Directors Justin Gardner and Merritt Maduke
- 9:15 am Yvette Fisher- "Flexibility of visual input to the Drosophila compass network"
- 10:15 am Tina Kim- "Functional and molecular architecture of prefrontal circuits regulating reward-seeking"
- 11:20 am Speaker Panel
- 12:00 pm Group Photo and Lunch
- 12:55 pm Peer awards/ Student Community Building 1
- 1:30 pm Student Community Building 2
- 2:15 pm Will Giardino- "Extended Amygdala Neuropeptide Circuit Mechanisms of Emotional Arousal"
- 3:15 pm Erin Gibson
- 4:45 pm Break/Dinner Prep
- 6:00 pm Dinner
- 8:00 pm Student entertainment
Sunday, June 5
9:30 am Breakfast
10:00 am Sergey Stavisky- "Intracortical brain-computer interfaces for basic discovery and restoring speech"
11:00 am Manasi Iyer- "Oligodendrocyte calcium signaling is required for actin-dependent myelin distribution"
11:45 pm Student Panel
12:30 pm Closing Remarks and Lunch
2:30 pm Gate loses to automobiles