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Animals in Research Panel

Sponsored by the National Primate Research Centers

November 5, 2018, Noon – 2 pm

Organizer/Moderator: Mar Sanchez, PhD
Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

Gaining Public Support for Animal Research: A Proposal for Openness

A new wave of openness in communication with the public is emerging among animal researchers. Open communication has successfully garnered public support by improving public trust and perception of animal research. Through analyzing the resurgence of support related to transparency initiatives, this panel will teach effective ways for researchers to communicate with the public and generate a conversation around the strategies they can employ to foster public support in their local communities.



Previous Presentations

November 3, 2018, 1:00 PM


059.12. Correspondence of transcriptomically- and morphologically-defined cell types in the human, non-human primate, and mouse dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus

*G. J. MURPHY1, T. BAKKEN1, V. MENON7, S. A. SORENSEN1, B. R. LEE1, C. LEE2, R. D. HODGE1, O. PENN1, Z. YAO1, R. DALLEY1, L. T. GRAYBUCK3, T. NGUYEN1, E. J. GARREN1, N. DEE1, K. SMITH1, G. D. HORWITZ8, E. LEIN4, H. ZENG5, B. TASIC6;

2Modeling Analysis and Theory, 3Mol. Genet., 4Human Cell Types, 5Structured Sci., 6Cell and Circuit Genet., 1Allen Inst. for Brain Sci., Seattle, WA; 7HHMI Janelia Res. Campus, Ashburn, VA; 8Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: Poster: 059 - Subcortical Visual Pathways


066.20. Effects of pair bond formation in prairie vole brain functional connectivity

*M. F. LOPEZ1, J. ORTIZ1, F. CAMACHO1, N. F. DIAZ2, L. J. YOUNG3, R. PAREDES1, W. PORTILLO1, S. ALCAUTER1;
1Behavioral and Cognitive Neurobio., Inst. de Neurobiología, UNAM, Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico; 2Inst. Nacional de Perinatologia, Isidro Espinosa de los Reyes, Mexico; 3Ctr. for Oxytocin and Social Cognition, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 066 - Neuroendocrinology of Sexual Behavior


066.22. Partner preference in the female monogamous praire vole microtus ochrogaster tested in a multiple partner paradigm

*A. FERREIRA-NUNO1, F. J. CAMACHO2, L. J. YOUNG3, R. G. PAREDES2, W. PORTILLO2;
1Univ. Autonoma Metropolitana, 09340 Mexico, DF, Mexico; 2Inst. De Neurobiologia UNAM, Querétaro, QRO, Mexico; 3Ctr. for Translational Social Neurosci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 066 - Neuroendocrinology of Sexual Behavior


066.29. Raised without a father: Monoparental care impairs the preference for opposite sex odors in female prairie voles, but not in males

*G. VALERA-MARIN, F. J. CAMACHO1, N. F. DIAZ2, L. J. YOUNG3, R. G. PAREDES1, W. PORTILLO1;
1Inst. de Neurobiología, Univ. Nacional Autónoma De México, Querétaro, Mexico; 2Inst. Nacional de Perinatologia, Mexico D.F., Mexico; 3Silvio O. Conte Ctr. for Oxytocin and Social Cognition, Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 066 - Neuroendocrinology of Sexual Behavior


066.29. Raised without a father: Monoparental care impairs the preference for opposite sex odors in female prairie voles, but not in males

*G. VALERA-MARIN, F. J. CAMACHO1, N. F. DIAZ2, L. J. YOUNG3, R. G. PAREDES1, W. PORTILLO1;
1Inst. de Neurobiología, Univ. Nacional Autónoma De México, Querétaro, Mexico; 2Inst. Nacional de Perinatologia, Mexico D.F., Mexico; 3Silvio O. Conte Ctr. for Oxytocin and Social Cognition, Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 066 - Neuroendocrinology of Sexual Behavior



068.19. impact of high fructose diet on neuronal development, metabolism and psycho-emotional behavior

*A. MENIGOZ1, C. E. BARRETT2, D. G. RAINNIE3;
1Psychiatry, Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr. - Emory Un, Atlanta, GA; 2Dept. of Psych. and Beh. Disorders, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 068 - Brain Blood Flow, Metabolism, and Homeostasis: Energy Metabolism


079.26. Serotonin 5-HT2C receptor modulation of compulsive and addictive behavior in female rhesus macaques

*M. PEREZ DIAZ1,2, M. E. WILSON2, L. L. HOWELL2;
1Psychiatry, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; 2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 079 - Behavioral Studies of Amphetamines


Previous Presentations

November 4, 2018, 8:00 AM


134.01. Reduction of SPN firing highly impacts motor behavior in animal models of Parkinson’s disease

*S. M. PAPA1, A. SINGH2, G. BECK3;
1Neurol., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Neurol., Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, IA; 3Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Center, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA


155.06 - Cell type specific expression of muscarinic receptors in the oval nucleus of BNST: Modulation by chronic stress

*J. GUO, A. MENIGOZ, L. J. YOUNG, D. G. RAINNIE;
Dept of Psychiatry, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA


173.09. Enabling multimodal interrogation of the primate brain via a modular neural interface

*J. KLEINBART1, A. L. ORSBORN1, J. CHOI1, C. WANG2, S. QIAO1, M. F. KHAZALI1, B. FERRENTINO1, J. VIVENTI3, B. PESARAN1;

1Ctr. for Neural Sci., New York Univ., New York, NY; 2BME, Duke Univ., Durham, NC; 3Electrical and Computer Engin., Duke Univ. Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engin., Durham, NC

Session: Poster: 173 - Physiological Methods: Electrophysiology: Neural Networks


Previous Presentations

November 4, 2018, 8:30 AM


092. Bidirectional Interactions Between the Brain and Implantable Computers

*E. E. FETZ;

Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: Lecture: 092 - SPECIAL LECTURE: Bidirectional Interactions Between the Brain and Implantable Computers - Eberhard E. Fetz

Session: Poster: 134 - Parkinson's Disease: Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms



Previous Presentations

November 4, 2018, 1:00 PM


203.16. The role of ampk in regulating basolateral amygdala principal neuron excitability

*B. O'FLAHERTY1, J. GUO2, P. A. WENNER3, D. G. RAINNIE2;
2Dept of Psychiatry, 1Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Physiol., Emory Univ. Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 203 - Control of Neuronal Firing


220.14. Contributions of perspective and stereoscopic cues to motion-in-depth perception in macaque monkeys

*L. THOMPSON1,2, B. KIM1, B. ROKERS2, A. ROSENBERG1
1Neurosci., 2Psychology, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
Session: Poster: 220 - Visual Motion II


220.15. Motion integration during volitional smooth pursuit

*J. FLEURIET, M. MUSTARI;

Ophthalmology, Univ. of Washington - Primate Ctr. - Ophtha, Seattle, WA

Session: Poster: 220 - Visual Motion II


221.05. Encoding of partially occluded objects in macaque inferior temporal cortex

*T. NAMIMA, A. PASUPATHY;

Dept. of Biol. Structure, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: Poster: 221 - Vision: Representation of Objects and Scenes


221.15. Responses of macaque V3A neurons to 3D object pose

*T.-Y. CHANG1, B. KIM1, A. SUNKARA2, A. ROSENBERG1
1Dept. of Neuroscience, Sch. of Med. and Publ. Hlth., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; 2Dept. of Surgery, Stanford Univ. Sch. of Med., Stanford, CA
Session: 
Poster: 221 - Vision: Representation of Objects and Scenes


235.05. β1-integrin during adolescence supports complex decision making and confers resilience to cocaine-seeking behavior in adulthood

A. J. WHYTE1, *S. L. GOURLEY2;
1Pediatrics, 2Pediatrics, Neurosci. Program, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 235 - Drugs of Abuse and Addiction: Developmental Effects of Addictive Drugs


244.01. Using virtual reality to identify hippocampal activity related to features of experience in monkeys

*Y. BROWNING1, J. W. RUECKEMANN2, A. L. FAIRHALL2,3, E. A. BUFFALO2,4;

1Grad. Program in Neurosci., 2Physiol. and Biophysics, 3Inst. for Neuroengineering, 4Washington Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: Poster: 244 - Animal Cognition and Behavior: Learning and Memory: Physiology


244.02. Impaired cognitive flexibility in aged rhesus monkeys

*A. DEDE1, S. A. SCHLEUFER2, C. I. O'LEARY1, E. A. BUFFALO1;

1Physiol. and Biophysics, 2Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: Poster: 244 - Animal Cognition and Behavior: Learning and Memory: Physiology


244.03. Oscillatory activity in the monkey hippocampus during attentive processing

*J. W. RUECKEMANN, A. D. GARCIA, A. E. NG, E. A. BUFFALO;

Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: Poster: 244 - Animal Cognition and Behavior: Learning and Memory: Physiology


244.04. Entorhinal activity indexes mnemonic pupillary responses in monkeys

*M. L. MEISTER, E. A. BUFFALO;

Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: Poster: 244 - Animal Cognition and Behavior: Learning and Memory: Physiology


Previous Presentations

November 5, 2018, 8:00 AM


282.10. A white matter atlas of the chimpanzee brain and quantitative comparison with the human and macaque

*K. L. BRYANT1, L. LI2, R. B. MARS3;
1Radboud Univ., Donders Inst. for Brain, Cognition, and Behavi, Nijmegen, Netherlands; 2Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Marcus Autism Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 3Radboud Univ., Donders Inst. for Brain, Cognition & Behaviour, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Session: Poster: 282 - Comparative Anatomy and Brain Evolution


295.01. Hypothermia ameliorates neurotoxicity of anesthesia in the neonatal brain

*C. IKONOMIDOU1, G. KIRVASSILIS2, H. WANG4, J. HUFFMAN4, S. L. WILLIAMS4, S. CAPUANO III3, K. R. BRUNNER3, K. CROSNO3, H. A. SIMMONS3, K. K. NOGUCHI5
1Neurol., Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 2Anesthesiol., 3Wisconsin Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Univ. of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, WI; 4Psychiatry, Washington Univ., St Louis, MO; 5Psychiatry, Washington Univ. St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO
Session: Poster: 295 - Brain Injury and Trauma: Animal Models of Brain Injury: Physiology and Behavior I


316.07. Effects of adverse maternal care on prefrontal cortex, hippocampal, and amygdalar development in rhesus monkeys: Relationship with brain serotonin function

*A. RATLIFF1,2, K. KUITCHOUA2, B. KOCHOIAN2, E. L. MORIN1,2, B. R. HOWELL1,2,3, Z. KOVACS-BALINT2, M. STYNER4, M. SANCHEZ1,2;
1Dept. of Psychiatry & Behav. Sci., Emory Univ. Sch. Med., Atlanta, GA; 2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Inst. of Child Develop., Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; 4Dept. of Psychiatry, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Session: Poster: 316 - Stress-Modulated Pathways: Cortex and Striatum


338.12. Stable, flexible positioning for in vivo imaging of neural activity in the awake macaque monkey

*J. CHOI1, V. GONCHAROV3, J. KLEINBART2, A. L. ORSBORN2, B. PESARAN2;

2Ctr. for Neural Sci., 1New York Univ., New York, NY; 3Janelia Res. Campus; Howard Hughes Med. Institute, Ashburn, VA

Session: Poster: 338 - Physiological Methods: Optical Methodology: Development I



Previous Presentations

November 5, 2018, 1:00 PM


Session 343: Gamma – Fumes or Fundamental

Moderator: Elizabeth A. Buffalo, PhD

Washington National Primate Research Center / Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA


358.04. Zona incerta modulates fear responses in mice

*A. VENKATARAMAN1, N. BRODY2, P. REDDI3, B. G. DIAS1,4,5;
1Div. of Behavioral Neurosci. & Psychiatric Disorders, 2Neurosci. & Behavioral Biol. Undergraduate Program, 3Emory Univ. Biol. Undergraduate Program, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 4Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 5Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., Emory Univ. Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA
Session: Nanosymposium: 358 - Emotion: Circuits and Mechanisms


368.21. Distinct patterns of impaired contextual learning in autism spectrum disorders

*B. TRAVERS1, A. SUNKARA4, B. KIM5, T.-Y. CHANG2, H. JIANG2, O. SURGENT3, K. SABEL3, S. JACQUOT3, A. DINGES3, A. ROSENBERG22Dept. of Neuroscience, Sch. of Med. and Publ. Hlth., 3Kinesiology, 1Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; 4Dept. of Surgery, Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA; 5Dept. of Neuroscience, Sch. of Med. and Publ. Hlth., Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI
Session: Poster: 368 - Behavioral Analyses of Autism in Humans and Rodent Models


377.07. Striatal ∆FosB gene silencing reduces abnormal involuntary movements induced by L-DOPA in hemiparkinsonian rats

*G. BECK1, J. ZHANG2, K. FONG3, M. M. MOURADIAN4, S. M. PAPA5;
1Post Briarcliff, Atlanta, GA; 2Neurol., Rutgers, Piscataway, NJ; 3Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 4Neurol., Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Med. Sch., Piscataway, NJ; 5Neurol., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 377 - Parkinson's Disease: L-DOPA Induced Dyskinesia


396.10. A novel pressure regulating brain imaging implant for ultra-large field-of view mesoscopic imaging in nhps

*O. CABALLERO1, M. LEDO2, S. KOLLA3, S. MARTINEZ-CONDE2, S. TANG4, A. NANDY5, A. YAZDAN-SHAHMORAD6, E. CALLAWAY7, J. REYNOLDS7, M. AVERY7, P. LI7, E. SEIDEMANN8, Y. Y. CHEN8, S. MACKNIK2

2Ophthalmology, 3Radiology, 1SUNY Downstate Med. Ctr., Brooklyn, NY; 4Peking Univ., Beijing, China; 5Yale Sch. of Med., New Haven, CT; 6Univ. of Washington-Seattle, Seattle, WA; 7The Salk Inst., La Jolla, CA; 8Univ. of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

Session: Poster: 396 - Visual Cortical Streams: Rodentia, Primate, and Carnivora



384.27. Role of DNA repair gene in estrogen receptor alpha expression following neonatal hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy

V. CHANANA1, D. ZAFER1, D. HANALIOGLU1, M. SEREBIN1, K. M. AMBORN1, M. FROBER1, M. B. HACKETT1, P. FERRAZZANO2, A. P. AUGER3, J. E. LEVINE4, *P. CENGIZ2
1Waisman Center, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 2Dept. Pediatrics and Waisman Center, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; 3Dept. of Psychology, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 4Wisconsin Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Madison, WI
Session: Poster: 384 - Stroke Recovery: Pharmacological Approaches to Therapy


402.13. Movement-dependent electrical stimulation for promoting cortico-cortical plasticity

*S. MOORJANI, S. WALVEKAR, S. I. PERLMUTTER, E. E. FETZ;

Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: Poster: 402 - Voluntary Movements: Plasticity


404.01. Functional connectivity analysis of primary somatosensory cortex with posterior parietal cortex and ventral premotor cortex

*H. JO1, S. KELLIS1,2,3,4, M. ARMENTA SALAS1, L. BASHFORD1, M. JAFARI1, K. PEJSA1, D. J. KRAMER2,4, B. LEE2,4, C. LIU2,4, E. E. FETZ5, R. A. ANDERSEN1,3;

1Biol. and Biol. Engin., Caltech, Pasadena, CA; 2Neurolog. Surgery, Keck Sch. of Med. of USC, Los Angeles, CA; 3Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Brain-Machine Interface Ctr. at Caltech, Pasadena, CA; 4Neurorestoration Ctr. of USC, Los Angeles, CA; 5Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: Poster: 404 - Brain-Machine Interface: Somatosensory


Previous Presentations

November 6, 2018, 8:00 AM


445.04. Central lateral thalamus causally influences states of consciousness by regulating fronto-parietal cortical dynamics

*M. J. REDINBAUGH1, J. M. PHILLIPS1, N. A. KAMBI1, S. MOHANTA1, A. RAZ2,3, Y. B. SAALMANN1; Psychology, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; Dept. of Anesthesiol., Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 3Anesthesiol., Rambam Health Care Campus, Haifa, Israel
Session: Nanosymposium: 445 - Network Interactions, Oscillations, and Synchrony


488.16. Semi-chronic subdural electrocorticography, local field potentials, and spike recordings over posterior parietal cortex during coordinated visual behavior

*B. PESARAN1, A. L. ORSBORN2, V. SANCHEZ3, M. F. KHAZALI,

100032; New York Univ. Ctr. for Neural Sci., New York, NY; Ctr. for Neural Sci., New York Univ., New York, NY

Session: Poster: 488 - Visual Sensory-Motor Processing II


493.04. A center-out sequence task for studying multiple forms of motor learning in non-human primates

*A. L. ORSBORN, B. PESARAN;

Ctr. for Neural Sci., New York Univ., New York, NY

Session: Poster: 493 - Voluntary Movements: Reaching Control: Motor Learning: Animal


518.05. Characterizing the expression and function of designer receptors exclusively activated by designer drugs (DREADDs) in the non-human primate

*S. MUELLER1, J. A. OLER1, P. H. ROSEBOOM1, M. RIEDEL1, E. FEKETE1, J. L. GOMEZ2, J. BONAVENTURA2, M. MICHAELIDES2, J.-F. PARE3, A. GALVAN3, R. KOVNER1, M. KENWOOD1, N. H. KALIN1;
1Univ. of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, WI; 2Natl. Inst. on Drug Abuse, Baltimore, MD; 3Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 518 - Tools and Techniques for Manipulation of Neurons and Circuits



Previous Presentations

November 6, 2018, 1:00 PM


590.10. A novel ischemic stroke model for non-human primate: Quantitative estimate of the scale of photochemically induced infarction in primate cortex

*Z. YAO, E. P. BURUNOVA1, W. Y. HAN1, W. K. S. OJEMANN1, A. YAZDAN-SHAHMORAD2,3;

2Bioengineering, 3Electrical Engin., 1Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: Poster: 590 - Brain-Machine: Speech and Other Motor Systems


597.18. Vagal-evoked cortical potentials in monkeys follow a circadian pattern

*I. REMBADO1, D. SU3, A. LEVARI4, L. SHUPE5, E. E. FETZ2, S. ZANOS6;

1Dept. of Physiol. & Biophysics, 2Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 3Neurolog. Surgery, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 4Leadership and Strategic Thinking, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 5Dept. of Physiol. & Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WV; 6Bioelectronic Med., Feinstein Inst. for Med. Res., Roslyn, NY

Session: Poster: 597 - Biological Rhythms and Sleep: Systems


606.03. Event segmentation reveals working memory forgetting rate

*A. JAFARPOUR1, E. A. BUFFALO2, R. T. KNIGHT3, A. G. COLLINS4;

1Univ. Of Washington, Seattle, WA; 2Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 3Univ. of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; 4UC Berkeley, Psychology Dept., Helen Wills Neurosci. Inst., Berkeley, CA

Session: Poster: 606 - Human Cognition and Behavior: Working Memory II


Previous Presentations

November 7, 2018, 8:00 AM


643.02. Development of amygdala-prefrontal cortex circuits in primates: A longitudinal neuroimaging study in infant macaques

*Z. A. KOVACS-BALINT1, J. STEELE2, E. J. FECZKO6,7, O. MIRANDA-DOMINGUEZ6, M. PINCUS2, E. L. MORIN2, E. EARL6, L. LI8,3, M. STYNER9, J. BACHEVALIER1,4, D. FAIR6, M. SANCHEZ1,5;
1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 3Dept. Pediatrics, 4Dept. Psychology, 5Dept. Psychiatry & Behav. Sci., 2Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 6Behavioral Neurosci., 7Dept. of Med. Informatics and Clin. Epidemiology, Oregon Hlth. Sci. Univ., Portland, OR; 8Marcus Autism Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 9Dept. Psychiatry, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Session: Poster: 643 - Development of Motor, Sensory, and Limbic Systems: Limbic System

Note: this poster was also presented during the Trainee Professional Development Award Session Saturday, November 3.


643.06. Social status and an obesogenic diet affect amygdala, hippocampus and prefrontal cortex development in infant and juvenile macaques

*M. H. KYLE1,2, A. KALDAS1, M. PINCUS1,2, J. GODFREY1,2, Z. KOVAKS-BALINT2, E. MORIN2,1, L. LI1, B. R. HOWELL3, M. STYNER4, K. ETHUN2, M. E. WILSON1,2, M. SANCHEZ1,2,5;
1Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 3Univ. of Minnesota, Inst. of Child Develop., Minneapolis, MN; 4Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC; 5Ctr. for Behavioral Neurosci., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 643 - Development of Motor, Sensory, and Limbic Systems: Limbic System


655.25. Differential ultrastuctural reorganization of thalamo-cortical and cortico-cortical glutamatergic innervation in the primary motor cortex of MPTP-treated parkinsonian non-human primates

*R. M. VILLALBA1, J.-F. PARE1, Y. SMITH1,2;
1Yerkes Resch Ctr. and Udall Ctr. of Excellence For Parkinson's Disease, Emory Un, Atlanta, GA; 2Dept. of Neurol., Emory Univ. Sch. of Medicine. Dept Neurol., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 655 - Parkinson's Disease: LRRK2 Mechanisms, Targets, and Pathways


655.26. Ultrastructural features of single pallidothalamic terminals in control and MPTP-treated Parkinsonian monkeys visualized using 3D electron microscopic reconstruction approaches

*A. J. SWAIN1,2, H. KELLY1,2, Y. SMITH1,2,3;
1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 2Udall Ctr. of Excellence for Parkinson's Dis. Res., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Dept. of Neurol., Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 655 - Parkinson's Disease: LRRK2 Mechanisms, Targets, and Pathways


655.27. Metabotropic glutamate receptor 5 (mglur5) in the monkey motor thalamus: Subsynaptic association with corticothalamic and cerebellothalamic glutamatergic afferents

*G. M. JEYARAJ1, J.-F. PARE1, Y. SMITH1,2;
1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Center, UDALL Cen, Atlanta, GA; 2Dept. of Neurology, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 655 - Parkinson's Disease: LRRK2 Mechanisms, Targets, and Pathways


655.28. Altered excitatory input to GABAergic interneurons in the ventral motor thalamus of MPTP-treated parkinsonian nonhuman primates

*J.-F. PARE1, D. ALBAUGH2, T. WICHMANN3, Y. SMITH4;
2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 1Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Dept Neurol, Emory Univ. Sch. Med., Atlanta, GA; 4Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Udall Ctr. Excel. For Parkinson's Dis. and Dept. of Neurol., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 655 - Parkinson's Disease: LRRK2 Mechanisms, Targets, and Pathways


670.04. Temporal variability in the firing of external globus pallidus neurons in monkeys

*A. GALVAN, X. HU, A. DEVERGNAS, T. WICHMANN;
Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr. and Dept. of Neurology, Sch. of M, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 670 - Observing and Altering Basal Ganglia Activity From Mouse to Human


670.12. Optogenetic stimulation of thalamocortical projections alters cortical phase-amplitude coupling

*M. CAIOLA1, A. GALVAN2, T. WICHMANN3;
1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr. and Dept. of Neurology, Sch. of M, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Dept Neurol, Emory Univ. Sch. Med., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 670 - Observing and Altering Basal Ganglia Activity From Mouse to Human


670.13. Corticothalamic functional connectivity in healthy and parkinsonian (MPTP-treated) nonhuman primates: An optogenetic study

*D. ALBAUGH1, Y. SMITH3, A. GALVAN2, T. WICHMANN4;
1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr. and Dept. of Neurology, Sch. of M, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Yerkes Res. Ctr., Udall Ctr. Excel. For Parkinson's Dis. and Dept. of Neurol., Atlanta, GA; 4Dept Neurol, Emory Univ. Sch. Med., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 670 - Observing and Altering Basal Ganglia Activity From Mouse to Human


697.11. Predictive coding depends on causal inference and NMDA receptor-mediated feedback in the brain

*S. MOHANTA1, D. POLYAKOV2, M. J. REDINBAUGH3, N. A. KAMBI3, J. M. PHILLIPS3, S. TANABE2, W. FILBEY2, J. KILDOW2, S. TWADELL2, J. L. AUSTERWEIL3, R. D. SANDERS2, Y. B. SAALMANN3
2Anesthesiol., 3Psychology, 1Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI
Session: Poster: 697 - Human Cognition and Behavior: Decision Making and Reasoning: Physiology and Basic Mechanisms


700.22. Examination of the neurobiological mechanisms underlying Vagus Nerve stimulation in a non-human primate

A. J. SUMINSKI1, A. Z. RAJALA2, J. P. NESS3, C. FILLA3, D. GWOZDZ3, E. MUELLER3, J. R. NOVELLO4, S. HURLEY3, W. ZENG3, W. LAKE3, *L. C. POPULIN5; 
Dept. of Neurolog. Surgery, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI; Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; Dept of Neurosci., Univ. Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Session: 
Poster: 700 - Physiological Methods: Electrophysiology: Electrode Arrays II


Previous Presentations

November 7, 2018, 1:00 PM


776.09. Maternal care controls the development of fear learning in adolescent nonhuman primates: Relationship with prefrontal 5ht1a receptor binding

*E. L. MORIN1,5,2, A. G. P. WAKEFORD3,2, B. R. HOWELL7,3,2, D. B. GUZMAN3,2, E. SIEBERT2, A. M. KAZAMA4,2, J. NYE6, M. SANCHEZ5,2;
1Neurosci., 2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 3Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sci., 4Psychology, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 5Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sci., 6Radiology and Imaging Services, Emory Univ. Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA; 7Univ. of Minnesota, Inst. of Child Develop., Minneapolis, MN
Session: Poster: 776 - Stress and the Brain: Adolescence


776.10. Early hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis activity predicts anxiety and sensitivity to the reinforcing effects of cocaine in adolescent macaques: Early life stress as a risk factor

*S. N. BRAMLETT1,2, A. WAKEFORD1,2, E. MORIN1,2, D. GUZMAN1,2, E. SIEBERT2, B. HOWELL1,2,3, J. S. MEYER4, A. KAZAMA2, M. SANCHEZ1,2;
1Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Inst. of Child Development, Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; 4Dept. of Psychology, Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
Session: Poster: 776 - Stress and the Brain: Adolescence