Minisymposium on Computational Aspects of Neurological and Psychatric Diseases

Time

September 5th, 2007

Venue

KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Buliding III, Meeting room

Programme

10.00 -- Péter Érdi: Opening

10.05 -- László Négyessy (Neurobiology Research Group at the Semmelweis University): Normal and impaired information flow in the cortex: the decisive role of reciprocity

10.50 -- Vaibhav Diwadkar ( Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences Wayne State University School of Medicine): Associative learning, schizophrenia, fMRI studies: the need for an integrative approach

11.40 -- Kriszta Szalisznyó (Computational Neuroscience Group, RIPNP HAS): Dopamine-induced transitions: concepts and model studies

14.00 -- Brad Flaugher (Center for Complex System Studies, Kalamazoo College) and Balázs Ujfalussy (Computational Neuroscience Group, RIPNP HAS): A computational model of cortical interaction during an associative learning task

14.50 -- Trevor Jones (Center for Complex System Studies, Kalamazoo College) and László Zalányi (Computational Neuroscience Group, RIPNP HAS): Analysis of fMRI data of cortical interaction during an associative learning task