Park City Winter Conference

Meeting Logistics

Date and Location

January 4-7, 20181
Park City Marriott Hotel
Park City, Utah

The scientific sessions are held in the late afternoon and evening, leaving the day free for recreation and informal discussions.  The program information is available below.

Registration and Lodging

  • $275 for regular participants – Payable online with a credit card or PayPal account (you don’t need an account – just enter your CC info) or at registration on January 4 from 3-4pm in the hall outside of Ballroom 1 at the Park City Marriott Hotel.
  • There is a reduced fee of $150 for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. Banquet on Tuesday, January 6th. The banquet will cost $50.00 per person.
  • The Pizza Party will be free for participants and guests.
  • We have a block of rooms at the Marriott hotel at a discounted rate. If you plan to stay at the Marriott Hotel, they can be contacted directly at (435) 649-2900 or 1-800-228-9290.
  • Please make your reservation by Nov 17 and request a room booked by the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory Conference for the conference rate. In order to avoid paying higher prices for the hotel room, please make the reservation before November 17. Furthermore, we have booked a certain set of rooms and if they are not reserved by November 30, the conference will have to pay for the rooms, resulting in higher conference registration costs in the future.

Transportation

Transportation from Salt Lake City International Airport to Park City (approximately 40 miles) is available in all forms: bus, limousine, cab, rental car, etc. Park City Marriott Hotel provides a courtesy shuttle bus during peak periods to the ski area and downtown Park City. The fare is free and times vary with demand. Inquire at the hotel desk for further information. Park City offers a ski shuttle service from the ski area to area hotels. The fare is free and the shuttle departs the ski area on the hour and every 20 minutes with the exception of no run at 2:00 pm. Park City Marriott Hotel also provides for discount tickets for the three ski resorts in Park City.

If desired, ski rental and ski repair (e.g. waxing, tuning, and sharpening) are available at the hotel.

Talks

For the Data Blitz session (only), please give the title, presenter, and ppt slide (no more than one slide) to the session organizer.  No animations that change the size of elements, occlude elements, etc. are allowed (i.e., you may slowly uncover bits, but that is all).

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2018 Program

Thursday January 4, 2018

Registration 3:00 -4:00 p.m. (Just outside Prospector 1-2)

Session 1 – Dave Olton Data Blitz

Time: 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Prospector 1-2

Description: If you would like to present at this session, please e-mail Gina Poe or Brian Wiltgen with the title of your presentation. Presentations are limited to 5 minutes including discussion. Presentations are strictly limited to 1 slide with a single panel.

Pizza Party

Time: 6:30 -8:00 p.m.
Location: Atrium

Session 2 – Novel Perspectives on Cerebellar Learning and Memory

Session Chairs: Diasynou Fioravante, UC Davis and Abigail Person (UC Denver)

Time: 8:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Speakers

  • John Freeman (Univ. of Iowa)
  • Adam Hantman (Janelia Research Campus)
  • Richard Ivry (Berkeley Univ.)
  • Jennifer Raymond (Stanford Univ.)

Friday January 5, 2018

Session 3 – The role of sharp wave ripples in memory: reduced, replaced or refined?

Session Chair: Kari Hoffman, York University

Time: 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Speakers:

  • Kari Hoffman, York Univ.
  • Matthias van der Meer, Dartmouth
  • Shantanu Jadhav, Brandeis
  • Caleb Kemere, Rice University

Session 4 – Searching for the engram

Session Chair: Steve Ramirez

Time: 8:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Speakers:

  • Steve Ramirez, Boston University
  • Denise Cai, Mount Sinai
  • Christine Denny, Columbia University
  • Tomas Ryan, Trinity College

Saturday January 6, 2018

Session 5  – Entorhinal Cortex: Update on its Mnemonic Function

Session Chair: Kaori Takehara-Nishiuchi

Time: 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Speakers:

  • Stephan Leutgeb, UCSD
  • James Ainge, University of St Andrew
  • Kaori Takehara-Nishiuchi, University of Toronto
  • Kei Igarashi, UC Irvine

Session 6 – Representation of Contextual Spaces by the Cortico-Hippocampal Networks

Session Chair: Zach Reagh, UC Davis

Time: 8:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Speakers:

  • Mariam Aly, Columbia
  • Christian Doeller, Trondheim
  • Charan Ranganath, UC Davis
  • Anna Schapiro, Harvard Medical School

 Sunday January 7, 2018

Session 7 – Encoding safety cues and actions

Session Chair: Susan Sangha, Assistant Professor, Purdue University

Time: 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Speakers:

  • Millie Rincón-Cortés, University of Pittsburgh
  • John Christianson, Boston College
  • Susan Sangha, Purdue University
  • Chris Cain, Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research

Business Meeting:

Time: 6:00-6:30 pm
Location: Prospector 1-2

Banquet

Time: 7:30-11:00 pm
Location: Prospector 1-2

 


Social Activities

Dinners

  • January 4 – Pizza Party – For registrants or guests, no extra cost.
  • January 5 – Dinner (on your own)
  • January 6 – Dinner (on your own)
  • January 7 – Banquet – $40 for registrants and guests

Cash Bar (Timbers)

  • Friday, Saturday, Sunday evenings
  • 10:00 pm-12:00 am

For Families:

 

Past Meetings

2 thoughts on “Meeting Logistics

  1. Sean Fry

    Do you know if undergraduates can present at this meeting? A student that I know of is interested in presenting at next year’s meeting.

  2. Craig

    Typically, no. Students at the meeting are typically advanced graduate students or postdocs and the nominal headcount is one per lab.

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