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We came, we saw, we Sfn'd

The CDL helped educate the neuroscience-enthusiast masses by presenting four posters at this year’s SfN annual meeting:

  • Hung-Tu Chen presented his work on across-individual similarities in place cell maps [LINK]

  • Lucy Owen presented her work on high-order brain network dynamics that support high-level cognition during story listening [LINK]

  • Paxton Fitzpatrick presented his work on how the trajectories (through word embedding spaces) of naturalistic memories change over time [LINK]

  • Kirsten Ziman presented her work on the affects of spatial and feature-based attention on memory encoding and retrieval [LINK]

See y’all next year in Washington, DC!