NPRC Presentations

Neuroscience 2019






Animals in Research Panel

Monday, October 21, 1 pm – 3 pm

Room N230B

NOA14. ANIMALS IN RESEARCH PANEL - Treatments for Disorders of the Basal Ganglia and the Development of Deep Brain Stimulation: Translation of Non-Human Primate Research Into Clinical Therapeutics

Celebrate basic research discoveries using nonhuman primates and how they transformed treatments for patients. Using the concrete example of fundamental discoveries from 1971, this panel will follow the arc from the start of a basic discovery through its translational findings, advances in clinical practice, and groundbreaking technological developments for patients today. At the panel, attendees will have a firsthand look at real patient outcomes from developments with deep brain stimulation for those with conditions such as Parkinson's disease and disorders of the basal ganglia.



*P. STRICK,  Univ. of Pittsburgh Sch. of Med., Pittsburgh, PA

H. Bergman,  Dept Physiol, Hebrew Univ, Jerusalem, ISRAEL.

A. B. Nelson,  Neurology, UCSF, San Francisco, CA.

J. L. Vitek,  Department of Neurology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.



The National Primate Research Centers help sponsor this session.






Short Course

Friday, October 18, 2019, 8:30 AM – 6 PM

SPC03

Short Course 1: Neural Prosthetics and Brain Machine Interfaces

Speaker: Amy Orsborn, PhD

Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA




Presentations

Saturday, October 19, 2019, 1 PM

 

Nanosymposia



011.01. Postnatal zika virus infection causes long-term neurodevelopmental consequences in infant rhesus macaques 

*J. RAPER1,2, Z. KOVACS-BALINT1, M. MAVIGNER2, S. GUMBER1, M. SANCHEZ1,3, M. ALVARADO1, A. CHAHROUDI2,4
1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 2Pediatrics, 3Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., Emory Univ. Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA; 4Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA
Session: Nanosymposium: 11 - Effects of Parenting and Disease on Human and Non-Human Primate Brain Development



011.02. Social and cognitive development in a nonhuman primate model of maternal immune activation

A. M. RYAN1, A.-M. IOSIF3, T. MURAI6, C. E. HOGREFE4, J. VAN DE WATER4, A. K. MCALLISTER5, C. S. CARTER2, *M. D. BAUMAN7
2Imaging Res. Ctr., 1Univ. of California Davis, Sacramento, CA; 3UC Davis, Sacramento, CA; 5Ctr. for Neurosci., 4UC Davis, Davis, CA; 6Platform Technol. Res. Unit Group1, Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma Co., Ltd., Osaka-Shi, Japan; 7Univ. California, Davis, Davis, CA
Session: Nanosymposium: 11 - Effects of Parenting and Disease on Human and Non-Human Primate Brain Development



011.03. Social behaviors and cognitive function in non-human primates 2 years after infant isoflurane exposure 

*V. NEUDECKER1, J. F. PEREZ-ZOGHBI1, K. COLEMAN2, M. NEURINGER2, N. ROBERTSON2, A. BEMIS2, B. GLICKMAN2, L. MARTIN2, G. A. DISSEN2, A. BRAMBRINK1
1Dept. of Anesthesiol., Columbia Univ. Med. Ctr., New York, NY; 2Div. of Neurosci., ONPRC, Oregon Hlth. & Sci. Univ., Beaverton, OR
Session: Nanosymposium: 11 - Effects of Parenting and Disease on Human and Non-Human Primate Brain Development



011.08. Impact of maternal diet and stressor exposure on lactational programming of infant brain growth: A rhesus macaque study

*K. ETHUN1, M. H. KYLE2, M. PINCUS1,2, J. GODFREY1,2, Z. KOVACS-BALINT1, L. LI3,2, M. A. STYNER4, M. E. WILSON1, M. SANCHEZ2,1
1Developmental and Cognitive Neurosciences, Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 2Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Marcus Autism Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 4Psychiatry and Computer Sci., Univ. of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Session: Nanosymposium: 11 - Effects of Parenting and Disease on Human and Non-Human Primate Brain Development



Posters

Saturday, October 19, 2019, 1 PM

 

034.02. Ultrastructural localization of glutamate receptor delta-1 subunit in the mouse striatum 

A. HOOVER1,2, R. M. VILLALBA1,2, *J.-F. PARE1,2, J. LIU3, P. J. GANDHI3, G. P. SHELKAR3, D. M. SHASHANK3, Y. SMITH1,2,4
1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 2Udall Ctr. of Excellence for Parkinson’s Dis., Atlanta, GA; 3Pharmacol. and Neurosci., Creighton Univ. Sch. of Med., Omaha, NE; 4Neurol., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: 
Poster: 034 - Ionotropic Glutamate Receptors: Physiology



038.02. Excitatory single-unit responses to intracortical microstimulation in primate motor cortex suggest changes in cortico-cortical synaptic strength 

*R. J. YUN1,2,3, J. H. MISHLER1,2,3, S. I. PERLMUTTER4,2, R. P. RAO5,3, E. E. FETZ4,2,3
1Bioengineering, 2Washington Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 3Ctr. for Neurotechnology, 4Physiol. and Biophysics, 5Computer Sci. and Engin., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Session: 
Poster: 038 - Short-Term Plasticity



061.16. Deficits in decision making after pharmacological and chemogenetic inactivation of Area LIP

D. JEURISSEN1, *S. SHUSHRUTH1, Y. EL-SHAMAYLEH1, G. D. HORWITZ2, M. N. SHADLEN3
1Columbia Univ., New York, NY; 2Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 3Neurosci., Howard Hughes Med. Inst. - Columbia Univ., New York, NY
Session: Poster: 061 - Decision Making I



063.02. Structural and ultrastructural plasticity of Purkinje neurons and glutamatergic climbing fibers in the cerebellum motor areas of MPTP-treated Parkinsonian monkeys: A 3D quantitative analysis

*R. M. VILLALBA1, B. CHANEY1,2, S. WEGEMER1,2, R. JANG1, Y. SMITH1,3, J.-F. PARE1
1Yerkes Resch Ctr. and Udall Ctr. of Excellence For Parkinson's Disease, Emory Un, Decatur, GA; 2Furman Univ., Greenville, SC; 3Dept. of Neurology-School of Medicine, Emory Univ., Decatur, GA
Session: Poster: 063 - Cerebellum: Plasticity and Climbing Fibers



069.01. Cohabitation with mating induces place preferences in biparentally reared, but not monoparentally reared male prairie voles

*G. VALERA-MARIN1, F. CAMACHO1, N. F. DÍAZ2, L. J. YOUNG3, R. G. PAREDES1, W. PORTILLO1
1Inst. de Neurobiología, UNAM, Querétaro, Mexico; 2Inst. Nacional de Perinatología Isidro Espinosa de los Reyes, CDMX, Mexico; 3Ctr. for Translational Social Neurosci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 069 - Neural and Contextual Modulation of Affiliative Behavior



069.03. Kinship, mating and social preference in female prairie voles microtus ochrogaster tested in a multiple partner paradigm 

*A. FERREIRA-NUÑO1, F. CAMACHO2, N. DÍAZ-MARTÍNEZ3, L. J. YOUNG4, R. PAREDES-GUERRERO2, W. PORTILLO-MARTINEZ2
1Biología de la Reproducción, Univ. Autonoma Metropolitana, México, Mexico; 2Inst. de Neurobiología,, Univ. Nacional Autónoma de México, Querétaro, México, Mexico; 3Inst. de Perinatología., México, Mexico; 4Ctr. for Translational Social Neurosci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 069 - Neural and Contextual Modulation of Affiliative Behavior



069.14. Analysis of hair cortisol concentration in captive chimpanzees (pan troglodytes): Correlates with group size and dynamics

*K. A. PHILLIPS1,2, A. BEARMAN1, K. JASPE1, K. M. BRASKY2, M. A. DE LA GARZA2
1Trinity Univ., San Antonio, TX; 2Southwest Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Texas Biomed. Res. Inst., San Antonio, TX
Session: 
Poster: 069 - Neural and Contextual Modulation of Affiliative Behavior



069.24. Pair bonding increases the predictability of the behavioral repertoire in prairie voles

*S. AGEZO1, A. M. BORIE1, K. JAIN2, J. KWON1, L. J. YOUNG3, R. C. LIU1, G. J. BERMAN1
1Biol., Emory Univ. Dept. of Biol., Atlanta, GA; 2Physics, 3Ctr. for Translational Social Neurosci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 069 - Neural and Contextual Modulation of Affiliative Behavior



069.26. Sociosexual experience shapes oxytocin action on glutamatergic transmission in the nucleus accumbens of prairie voles 

*J. GUO1,2, A. M. BORIE1,3, S. AGEZO1,3, P. LUNSFORD1,3, L. J. YOUNG1,2, R. C. LIU1,3
1Conte Ctr. for Oxytocin and Social Cognition; Cntr for Transl, Soc. Neurosci, Yerke Natl. Primate Center, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., 3Dept. of Biol., Emory Univ. Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA       

Session: Poster: 069 - Neural and Contextual Modulation of Affiliative Behavior



069.27. Ultrasonic vocalizations reflect discrimination of conspecific odors in pair-bonded male prairie voles

*D. ARSLAN1,3, Y. J. KWON2,3,4, L. J. YOUNG3,4,5, R. C. LIU1,2,3,4
1Dept. of Biol., 2Neurosci. Grad. Program, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 4Ctr. for Translational Social Neurosci., Atlanta, GA; 5Dept. of Psychiatry, Emory Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA
Session: 
Poster: 069 - Neural and Contextual Modulation of Affiliative Behavior



069.30. The development of AAV-CRISPR/Cas9 to edit the prairie vole genome in adult brain

*A. J. BOENDER1, M. BOON2, A. BORIE1, L. J. YOUNG1
1Ctr. for Translational Social Neuroscience, Yerkes Nat. Prim. Res. Cntr, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Univ. of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands
Session: Poster: 069 - Neural and Contextual Modulation of Affiliative Behavior



086.15. ERa dependent TrkB mediated novelty seeking behavior is female biased

B. OZAYDIN1, D. ZAFER1, V. CHANANA1, M. B. HACKETT1, D. HANALIOGLU1, P. KEMANLI1, N. AYCAN1, N. DEVECI1, P. FERRAZZANO2, J. E. LEVINE3, *P. CENGIZ2
1Waisman Center, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 2Dept. of Pediatrics and Waisman Center, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 3Wisconsin Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Madison, WI
Session: 
Poster: 086 - Hippocampus: Dentate Gyrus








Presentations

Sunday, October 20, 2019, 8 AM



Nanosymposia



109.01. GDNF overexpression in the VTA prevents relapse of heavy alcohol use and restores mesolimbic dopamine function in rhesus macaques

*M. M. FORD1, K. M. HOLLERAN2, B. GEORGE2, P. HADACZEK3, L. E. VANDERHOOFT1, J. BRINGAS3, J. NAIDOO3, J. J. SCHOEN1, J. L. MCBRIDE1, J. R. FORSAYETH3, S. R. JONES2, K. A. GRANT1, K. S. BANKIEWICZ3
1Div. of Neuroscience, Oregon Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Oregon Hlth. & Sci. Univ., Portland, OR; 2Dept. of Physiol. and Pharmacol., Wake Forest Univ. Sch. Med., Winston Salem, NC; 3Dept. of Neurolog. Surgery, Univ. of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Session: Nanosymposium: 109 - Neural and Molecular Mechanisms of Alcohol and Substance Use Disorders



112.04. Development and characterization of a non-human primate model of maternal immune activation 

*D. SANTANA-COELHO1, J. O'CONNOR1, D. LAYNE-COLON2, S. TARDIF2
1Univ. of Texas Hlth. At San Antonio, San Antonio, TX; 2Texas Biomed. Res. Inst., San Antonio, TX
Session: Nanosymposium: 112 - Modeling of Schizophrenia Relevant Risk Factors





Posters

Sunday, October 20, 2019, 8 AM



117.07. Characteristics of myelin development in the anterior corpus callosum of capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella)

*C. M. WATSON1, K. A. PHILLIPS2,3
1Neurosci. Program, 2Psychology, Trinity Univ., San Antonio, TX; 3Southwest Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Texas Biomed. Res. Inst., San Antonio, TX
Session: Poster: 117 - Comparative Brain Anatomy



125.07. Brain volumetrics in aged rhesus monkeys: A progress report

*S. C. DASH1, Z. LIU2, C. D. KROENKE2, H. F. URBANSKI1, M. L. VOYTKO3, S. G. KOHAMA1
1Div. Neurosci., 2Advanced Imaging Res. Ctr., Oregon Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Beaverton, OR; 3Dept. of Neurobio. & Anat., Wake Forest Univ. Sch. Med., Winston Salem, NC
Session: Poster: 125 - Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias: Imaging Studies II



135.18. Perilesional motor and somatosensory cortex dynamics with recovery of dexterous function after cortical strokes in non-human primates

*P. KHANNA1, D. TOTTEN2, R. J. MORECRAFT3, K. GANGULY1
1UCSF, San Francisco, CA; 2Univ. of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; 3Univ. South Dakota Schl Med., Vermillion, SD
Session: Poster: 135 - Stroke I



141.12. Quantitative analysis of ocular dominance columns in foveal and non-foveal eccentricities in macaque monkeys

A. EDATHODATHIL, *R. M. FRIEDMAN, A. W. ROE; 
Div. of Neurosci., Oregon Hlth. & Sci. Univ. - ONPRC, Beaverton, OR
Session: Poster: 141 - Visual Cortex: Functional Architecture and Circuits I



141.14. Development of multimodal wireless brain interfaces in nonhuman primates

*M. M. CHERNOV1, D. ZARAZA1, R. M. FRIEDMAN1, Y. YANG3, J. A. ROGERS4, A. W. ROE2
1Neurosci., 2Oregon Hlth. and Sci. University- ONPRC, Beaverton, OR; 3Mechanical Engin., 4Materials Sci. and Engin., Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL
Session: Poster: 141 - Visual Cortex: Functional Architecture and Circuits I



142.14. Long-range apparent motion tuning in ventral visual area V4

*A. W. BIGELOW, T. KIM, W. BAIR, A. PASUPATHY;
Biol. Structure, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Session:
Poster: 142 - Visual Processing Beyond V1



143.07. Double-opponent cells in macaque primary visual cortex: Receptive field structure and spatial integration

A. DE1,2*G. D. HORWITZ1,2
1Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 2Washington Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Seattle, WA
Session: 
Poster: 143 - Spatial and Chromatic Vision



163.01. Monkey hippocampal neurons respond to structured task events in virtual reality

*Y. BROWNING1, J. W. RUECKEMANN2, A. L. FAIRHALL2,3, E. A. BUFFALO2,4
1Grad. Program in Neurosci., 2Dept. Physiol. and Biophysics, 3Computat. Neurosci. Ctr., 4Washington Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA

Session: 
Poster: 163 - Learning and Memory: Physiology I

 

163.02. Spectral phenotypes of the monkey hippocampus

*A. D. GARCIA1,2,3, J. W. RUECKEMANN1, B. W. BRUNTON2, E. A. BUFFALO1
1Physiol. and Biophysics, 2Biol., 3Grad. Program in Neurosci., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Session: Poster: 163 - Learning and Memory: Physiology I



163.03. Traveling sharp-wave ripples in the monkey hippocampus

*J. W. RUECKEMANN1, A. DEDE2, Y. BROWNING3, E. A. BUFFALO2,4
2Physiol. and Biophysics, 3Grad. Program in Neurosci., 1Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 4Washington Natl. Primate Ctr., Seattle, WA
Session: Poster: 163 - Learning and Memory: Physiology I



163.04. Elucidating the neural mechanisms of learning-to-learn

*V. GOUDAR1, B. PEYSAKHOVICH2, E. A. BUFFALO4, D. J. FREEDMAN3, X.-J. WANG1
1New York Univ., New York, NY; 3Neurobio. and Computat. Neurosci., 2Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, IL; 4Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Session: Poster: 163 - Learning and Memory: Physiology I



163.05. Modeling of cognitive flexibility in Rhesus monkey

*A. J. O. DEDE1,3, V. GOUDAR4, S. AHMAD1,3, S. A. SCHLEUFER1,3, C. I. O'LEARY1,3, N. GERMANOS1, E. A. BUFFALO2
2Physiol. and Biophysics, 1Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 3Washington Natl. Primate Ctr., Seattle, WA; 4Ctr. for Neural Sci., New York Univ., New York, NY
Session: Poster: 163 - Learning and Memory: Physiology I



164.18. A temporal record of the past with a spectrum of time constants in the monkey entorhinal cortex

*I. M. BRIGHT1, M. L. MEISTER2, N. A. CRUZADO1, Z. TIGANJ1, M. W. HOWARD1, E. A. BUFFALO2
1Dept. of Psychological and Brain Sci., Boston Univ., Boston, MA; 2Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Session: Poster: 164 - Cortical Hippocampal Circuits: Time and Memory






Presentations



Sunday, October 20, 2019, 1 PM



Posters



197.07. Orientations of cellular processes in rhesus macaques during the second half of gestation for biomechanical simulations of cerebral cortical folding

X. WANG1, K. E. GARCIA2, P. V. BAYLY3*C. D. KROENKE1
1Oregon Hlth. & Sci. Univ., Portland, OR; 2Indiana Univ., Evansville, IN; 3Washington Univ., St. Louis, MO
Session: Poster: 197 - Developmental Mechanisms



199.14. Identifying genetic variants associated with social phenotypes of relevance for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in juvenile rhesus macaques

*Z. A. KOVACS-BALINT1, C. GUNTER2,6,3, A. R. HARRIS7, M. RAVEENDRAN7, V. MICHOPOULOS1,4, J. BACHEVALIER1,5, J. RAPER1,2, M. SANCHEZ1,4, J. ROGERS7
1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 2Dept. of Pediatrics, 3Dept. of Human Genet., 4Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., 5Dept. of Psychology, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 6Marcus Autism Ctr., Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA; 7Human Genome Sequencing Ctr., Baylor Col. of Med., Houston, TX
Session: 
Poster: 199 - Genetic Models for Autism Spectrum Disorders



216.23. A practical method for inducing focal ischemic stroke in non-human primate cortex

K. KHATEEB1, Z. YAO2, D. J. GRIGGS1, S. SONG1, V. KHARAZIA3, R. WANG1*A. YAZDAN-SHAHMORAD1
2Bioengineering, 1Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 3Ernest Gallo Clin. and Res. Ctr., Emeryville, CA
Session: Poster: 216 - Stroke and Ischemia II



244.09. Mnemonic and spatial representations in primate retrosplenial cortex

*N. A. KAMBI1, J. M. PHILLIPS2, M. J. REDINBAUGH2, S. MOHANTA3, B. WANG4, S. CHANNABASAPPA KENCHAPPA5, Y. B. SAALMANN6
2Psychology, 1Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; 3Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI; 4Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 5American Family Insurance, Madison, WI; 6Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI
Session: Poster: 244 - Hippocampus and Cognition






Presentations

Monday, October 21, 2019, 8 AM



Posters



284.09. Rapid actions of anti-Müllerian hormone in regulating synaptic transmission and long-term synaptic plasticity in the hippocampus

K. WANG1, F. XU1, M. S. LAWSON2*J. G. MAYLIE1, J. XU1
2Oregon Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 1Oregon Hlth. & Sci. Univ., Portland, OR
Session: 
Poster: 284 - Synaptic Transmission: Modulation and Mechanisms I



 285.19. Vagus nerve stimulation and induced cortical plasticity in non-human primates

*I. R. REMBADO1, D. SU2, L. SHUPE1, H. BOYD1, B. AMOENI1, I. KEMP1, A. MORSE1, C. BIRCH1, S. I. PERLMUTTER1, E. E. FETZ1, S. ZANOS3
1Dept Physiol. & Biophysics, Washington Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 2Neurolog. Surgery, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 3Bioelectronic Med., Feinstein Inst. For Med. Res., Roslyn Heights, NY

Session: 
Poster: 285 - Long-Term Depression and Spike Timing-Dependent Plasticity



289.09 - Synaptic organization of cortico-cortical communication in primate somatosensory cortex

*M. M. ASHABER1, L. ZALÁNYI2, E. PÁLFI3, I. STUBER4, T. KOVÁCS5, R. M. FRIEDMAN6, A. ROE7, L. NEGYESSY8

 1Caltech, Pasadena, CA; 2Wigner Res. Ctr. for Physics, Hungarian Acad. of Sci., Budapest, Hungary; 3Dept. of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Semmelweis Univ., Budapest, Hungary; 4Univ. of Physical Educ., Budapest, Hungary; 5Nokia Hungary Ltd, Budapest, Hungary; 6Div. of Neurosci., Oregon Hlth. & Sci. Univ. - ONPRC, Beaverton, OR; 7Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL; 8Wigner Res. Ctr. For Physics, Hun.acad.Sci, Budapest, Hungary  

Session Poster 289 - Networks and Connectivity



302.21. Survival of human stem cell-derived motor neurons in a non-human primate model of chronic conus medullaris/cauda equina spinal cord injury

*N. P. BISCOLA1, J. H. NIETO1, R. DATTA2, M. C. CONDRO2, P. MEERA3, D. MOORE2, N. ZHANG1, M. OHLSSON6, K. A. REIMANN7, K. L. CHRISTE8, B. G. NOVITCH3,4, H. I. KORNBLUM2,5,4, L. A. HAVTON1,3,4
1Neurol., 2Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, and Semel Inst. for Neurosci. & Human Behavior, 3Neurobio., 4Eli and Edythe Broad Ctr. of Regenerative Med. and Stem Cell, 5Pharmacol. and Pediatrics, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; 6Sections for Neurosurg. and Neuroradiology, Dept. of Clin. Neurosci., Karolinska Inst. and Karolinska Univ. Hosp., Stockholm, Sweden; 7MassBiologics, Univ. of Massachusetts Med. Sch., Boston, MA; 8California Natl. Primate Res. Ctr. at UC Davis, Davis, CA
Session: 
Poster: 302 - Neural Injury and Treatment



307.09. Ultra-large field-of-view optogenetic stimulation and two-photon imaging of the foveal region of area V1 in non-human primates

*J. CHANOVAS1, O. CABALLERO1, M. LEDO1, A. YAZDAN-SHAHMORAD2, Y.-T. CHENG3, L. BIZIMANA3, E. M. CALLAWAY4, E. SEIDEMANN5, J. H. REYNOLDS4, M. AVERY4, P. LI4, A. S. NANDY6, S. TANG7, Y. Y. CHEN5, A. VAZIRI8, T. NOEBAUER8, S. MARTINEZ-CONDE1, N. NISHIMURA3, C. SCHAFFER3, S. L. MACKNIK1
1SUNY Downstate Med. Ctr., Brooklyn, NY; 2Bioengineering and Electrical Engin., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 3Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY; 4Salk Inst., La Jolla, CA; 5Univ. of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX; 6Yale Univ., New Haven, CT; 7Peking Univ., Beijing, China; 8The Rockefeller Univ., New York, NY
Session: Poster: 307 - Visual Cortex: Manipulating and Reading Neural Activity



314.01. Intracortical paired pulse conditioning for in-vivo human motor cortex plasticity induction

D. J. CALDWELL1, J. A. CRONIN2, C. J. PASCHALL3, A. B. BROWN9, V. MARTINEZ4, K. E. WEAVER5, R. P. RAO6, S. I. PERLMUTTER7, A. L. KO8*J. G. OJEMANN8
1Dept. of Bioengineering, 2Bioengineering, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 3Univ. of Washington, Redmond, WA; 4Rehabil. Med., 5Radiology, 6Paul G. Allen Sch. for Computer Sci. and Engin., 7Dept Physiol. & Biophysics, Washington Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 8Neurolog. Surgery, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 9Univ. of Washington Sch. of Med., Seattle, WA
Session: 
Poster: 314 - Motor Cortex and Motor Learning



314.09. Simultaneous exploration and exploitation of neural strategies during neuroprosthetic learning

*A. YOU1, B. LIU2, A. SINGHAL2, S. GOWDA2, H. G. MOORMAN3, A. L. ORSBORN5, J. M. CARMENA4
1The UC Berkeley - UCSF Grad. Program In Bioengi, Berkeley, CA; 2Univ. of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; 3Helen Wills Neurosci. Inst., 4UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; 5Ctr. for Neural Sci., New York Univ., New York, NY
Session: Poster: 314 - Motor Cortex and Motor Learning



314.10. Implementing an integrate-and-fire neural network on a closed-loop brain-computer interface

*J. MISHLER1, R. YUN1, S. I. PERLMUTTER2, R. P. RAO3, E. E. FETZ4
1Bioengineering, 2Dept Physiol. & Biophysics, Washington Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 3Paul G. Allen Sch. for Computer Sci. and Engin., 4Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Session: 
Poster: 314 - Motor Cortex and Motor Learning



314.24. Neural dynamics underlying generalization in motor cortex

*V. R. ATHALYE1, P. KHANNA2, S. GOWDA3, A. L. ORSBORN5, R. M. COSTA1, J. M. CARMENA4
1Neurosci., Columbia Univ., New York, NY; 2UCSF, San Francisco, CA; 3Electrical Engin., 4UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; 5Electrical & Computer Engin., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Session: Poster: 314 - Motor Cortex and Motor Learning



322.26. Effects of early life stress on development of the prefrontal cortex, amygdala, hippocampus and nucleus accumbens in Rhesus monkeys: Associations with psychostimulant escalation during adolescence?

*B. KOCHOIAN1,2, A. G. WAKEFORD2, A. RATLIFF3,2, E. R. SIEBERT2, K. KUITCHOUA1,2, E. L. MORIN3,2, R. HONG1,2, M. H. KYLE1,2, S. COWAN1,2, B. R. HOWELL4, Z. KOVACS-BALINT2, M. A. STYNER5, L. L. HOWELL3,2, M. A. NADER6, M. SANCHEZ3,2
1Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Center, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Dept. of Psychiatry & Behav. Sci., Emory Univ. Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA; 4Univ. of Minnesota, Inst. of Child Develop., Minneapolis, MN; 5Departments of Psychiatry and Computer Sci., Univ. of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC; 6Dept Physiol Pharmacol, Wake Forest Univ. Sch. Med., Winston Salem, NC
Session: Poster: 322 - Stress, Cognition, and Behavior: Animal Studies



326.12. Dissecting projection-specific contributions of the zona incerta to fear

*A. VENKATARAMAN1, B. G. DIAS2,3
1Neurosci. Grad. Program, 2Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA
Session: 
Poster: 326 - Emotion: Fear, Anxiety, and Pain I



342.06. Optogenetic activation of GABAergic cortical neurons as a robust method for reversible inactivation in macaques

*A. DE1,2,3, Y. EL-SHAMAYLEH4,5, G. D. HORWITZ1,2
1Physiol. and Biophysics, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 2Washington Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Seattle, WA; 3Grad. Program in Neuroscience, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 4Dept. of Neurosci., Columbia Univ., New York, NY; 5Zukerman Mind Brain Behavior Inst., New York, NY
Session: 
Poster: 342 - Optogenetics II






Presentations

Monday, October 21, 2019, 1 PM

 

Nanosymposia



353.03. Cortical interlaminar astrocytes in mammalian evolution and development

*C. FALCONE1, M. WOLF-OCHOA4, S. AMINA2, T. HONG5, G. VAKILZADEH3, W. D. HOPKINS7, P. R. HOF8, C. SHERWOOD9, P. R. MANGER10, S. C. NOCTOR6, V. MARTÍNEZ CERDEÑO3
1Dept. of Pathology and Lab. Med., Univ. of California, Davis, Sacramento (CA), CA; 2Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., 3Pathology and Lab. Med., Univ. of California, Davis, Sacramento, CA; 4Univ. of California-Davis, Davis, CA; 5Pathology, 6Psych & Behavioral Sci., UC Davis, Sacramento, CA; 7Neurosci. Inst. and Language Res. Ctr., Georgia State Univ., Atlanta, GA; 8Icahn Sch. of Med. At Mount Sinai, New York, NY; 9Anthrop., George Washington Univ., Washington, WA; 10Sch. of Anatom. Sciences, Fac. of Hlth. Sci., Univ. of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
Session: Nanosymposium: 353 - Evolution and Development of Brain and Spinal Cord






Presentations

Monday, October 21, 2019, 1 PM



Posters



373.19. Persistent markers of neuroinflammation in Zika virus post infection stage of adult rhesus macaque

*K. M. SMITH1, M. JACKSON2, C. FONTENOT3, E. L. V. SILVEIRA4, K. A. ROGERS5, M. M. TEIXEIRA6, F. VILLINGER7
2Biol., 1Univ. of Louisiana At Lafayette, Lafayette, LA; 3Univ. of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA; 4Clin. and Toxilogical Analyses, Sch. of Pharmaceut. Sciences, Univ. of Sao Pablo, Sao Pablo, Brazil; 5NIRC, New Iberia Res. Center, Univ. of Louisiana at Lafayette, New Iberia, LA; 6Federal Univ. of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; 7New Iberia Res. Center, UL Lafayette, New Iberia, LA

Session: Poster: 373 - Microglial Activation in Disease States



377.09. A study of the neural circuit mechanisms underlying the emotional symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s disease

V. BANOV1, Y. KOBAYASHI1, R. ANDO1, T. SAITO1, T. SAIDO1, S. ITOHARA1, S. OGAWA2, L. J. YOUNG3,2*Q. ZHANG1,2
1RIKEN, Wako, Japan; 2Univ. of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan; 3Emory Univ. Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 377 - Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias: Therapeutic Strategies I



382.11. GABAergic interneurons in the ventral motor and caudal intralaminar thalamic nuclei in primates: A potential source of GABAergic dysfunction in Parkinsonism?

*H. SOLOFF1, G. M. JEYARAJ3, A. J. SWAIN4, S. JENKINS2, R. M. VILLALBA5, Y. SMITH6; 

1Neurosci., 2Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Center, UDALL Cen, Atlanta, GA; 4Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 5Yerkes Resch Ctr. and Udall Ctr. of Excellence For Parkinson's Disease, Emory Un, Atlanta, GA; 6Yerkes Res. Ctr., Udall Ctr. Excel. For Parkinson's Dis. and Dept. of Neurol., Atlanta, GA
Session: 
Poster: 382 - Circuit Mechanisms of Motor Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease



406.01. A computational model of neural connectivity dynamics in response to optogenetic stimulation of non-human primate sensorimotor cortex

*J. BLOCH1, E. T. SHEA-BROWN2,3,5, A. YAZDAN-SHAHMORAD1,4
1Bioengineering, 2Applied Mathematics, 3Physiol. and Biophysics, 4Electrical and Computer Engin., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 5Allen Inst. for Brain Sci., Seattle, WA
Session: Poster: 406 - Brain-Computer Interface: Algorithms and Analyses



408.06. Effect of sex and autism diagnosis on oxytocin and vasopressin 1a receptors in the substantia nigra, hippocampus, and primary visual cortex of the human brain

*M. C. PALUMBO1, T. C. SIMMONS1, A. L. SMITH2, M. M. GOODMAN2, K. L. BALES1, S. M. FREEMAN1,3
1California Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Univ. of California Davis, Davis, CA; 2Ctr. for Translational Social Neurosci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 3Dept. of Biol., Utah State Univ., Logan, UT
Session: 
Poster: 408 - Hormone Modulation of Behavior and Physiology I



409.09. Effects of social subordination and consumption of an obesogenic diet on total brain size and structural development of cortico-limbic regions: A longitudinal study in infant and juvenile macaques

*M. H. KYLE1,2, A. KALDAS1,2, M. PINCUS1,2, J. GODFREY1,2, Z. KOVACS-BALINT2, E. L. MORIN1,2, D. DE LEON2, L. LI1, B. R. HOWELL3, M. A. STYNER4, C. PAYNE1, K. ETHUN2, M. E. WILSON1,2, M. SANCHEZ1,2
1Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 3Univ. of Minnesota, Inst. of Child Develop., Minneapolis, MN; 4Departments of Psychiatry and Computer Sci., Univ. of North Carolina At Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Session: 
Poster: 409 - Early-Life Stress



420.04. Mediodorsal and ventroanterior thalamic neurons are selective for rules and goals

*J. M. PHILLIPS1, N. A. KAMBI1, M. J. REDINBAUGH1, E. R. JOHNSON2, S. MOHANTA1, Y. B. SAALMANN1
1Psychology, 2Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
Session: Poster: 420 - Thalamic and Brainstem Circuits



Presentations

Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 8 AM



Nanosymposia



446.05. Pathological tau seeding and accumulation in a nonhuman primate model of Alzheimer’s disease

*D. BECKMAN1, K. DONIS-COX1, S. E. DEMOYA2, S. OTT1, W. G. JANSSEN3, S. MULLER4, J. H. KORDOWER4, V. M. LEE5, J. Q. TROJANOWSKI5, J. MORRISON1
1California Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., UC Davis, Davis, CA; 2Dept. of Pediatrics, Columbia Univ. Irving Med. Ctr., New York, NY; 3Neurosci., Icahn Sch. of Med. at Mount Sinai, New York, NY; 4Dept Neurol Sci., Rush Univ. Med. Ctr., Chicago, IL; 5Dept Pathol & Lab. Med., Univ. Pennsylvania Sch. Med., Philadelphia, PA
Session: Nanosymposium: 446 - Tau Protein in Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementia: Biochemistry and Cellular/Animal Models






Presentations

Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 8 AM



Posters



464.11. Integrated information generated by cortico-striatal-thalamic circuits correlates with level of consciousness

*M. AFRASIABI1, M. J. REDINBAUGH1, N. A. KAMBI1, J. M. PHILLIPS1, S. MOHANTA1, A. RAZ2,4, A. M. HAUN3, Y. B. SAALMANN1
1Psychology, 2Anesthesiol., 3Psychiatry, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; 4Anesthesiol., Rambam Hlth. Care Campus, Haifa, Israel
Session: Poster: 464 - Cellular Mechanisms of Oscillations



471.19. The amyloid plaque microenvironment

*D. C. SOUDER1, I. A. DREISCHMEIER2, S. L. WRIGHT2, K. W. ELICEIRI3, R. ANDERSON2
1Dept. of Geriatrics and Gerontology, 3Lab. for Optical and Computat. Instrumentation, 2Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
Session: Poster: 471 - Alzheimer's Disease: APP/Abeta Animal Models

 

488.05. Response dynamics in primate V4 are modulated by perceptual dimensions of visual textures

*T. KIM, W. BAIR, A. K. PASUPATHY; 
Biol. Structure, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Session: Poster: 488 - Representations of Objects



488.27. Comparing simple invariances in V4 to those in a deep neural network

*W. BAIR, A. W. BIGELOW, D. V. POPOVKINA, D. A. POSPISIL;
Biol. Structure, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Session:
Poster: 488 - Representations of Objects

 

495.01. The rate of neuroprosthetic learning is invariant to initial levels of closed-loop decoder adaptation

*B. LIU1, A. YOU2, A. L. ORSBORN3, J. M. CARMENA4
1Dept. of Neurobio., Duke Universtiy, Durham, NC; 2Bioengineering, The UC Berkeley - UCSF Grad. Program In Bioengi, Berkeley, CA; 3Electrical & Computer Engin., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 4UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Session: Poster: 495 - Brain-Computer Interface: Neurophysiology, Function, and Learning



499.19. Sex differences in the effects of social status and fluoxetine treatment on aggression in Syrian hamsters

*D. A. VOISIN1, V. MICHOPOULOS2, K. L. HUHMAN1, H. ALBERS1
1Neurosci. Inst., Georgia State Univ., Atlanta, GA; 2Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr. and Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: 
Poster: 499 - Hormone Modulation of Behavior and Physiology II



525.19. An affordable and accurate tool to target subcortical structures in non-human primate

*S.-E. PARK1, Z. LIANG2, C.-A. N. GUTEKUNST2, M. J. CONNOLLY2, A. DEVERGNAS3, R. E. GROSS2
1Georgia Inst. of Technol., Atlanta, GA; 2Neurosurg., Emory Univ. Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA; 3Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA
Session: 
Poster: 525 - Software Tools: Imaging






Presentations

Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 1 PM



Nanosymposia



546.05. Event segmentation reveals working memory forgetting rate

*A. JAFARPOUR1, E. A. BUFFALO2, R. T. KNIGHT3, A. G. COLLINS3;
2Physiol. and Biophysics, 1Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 3Univ. of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA

547.05. Head mounted microendoscopic calcium imaging in deep layer premotor cortex of behaving rhesus macaque

A. BOLLIMUNTA1, S. R. SANTACRUZ2, R. W. EATON3, P. S. XU1, J. H. MORRISON3, K. A. MOXON3, J. M. CARMENA4, *J. J. NASSI1
1Inscopix, Inc., Palo Alto, CA; 2Biomed. Engin., Univ. of Texas At Austin, Austin, TX; 3UC Davis, Davis, CA; 4UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Session: Nanosymposium: 547 - New Technologies for Imaging Neuronal Structure and Activity






Presentations

Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 1 PM



Posters



550.17. Emotional reactivity in adolescent male rhesus macaques: The role of puberty on brain and behavioral development

J. RAPER1,2, F. KAZI1,3, A. RATLIFF1, R. RICHARDSON1, R. HONG6, E. MORIN1, M. PINCUS1, L. LI2,7, E. J. FECZKO8,9, E. EARL8, D. FAIR8*M. SANCHEZ1,4, J. BACHEVALIER1,5, Z. KOVACS-BALINT1
1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 2Dept. of Pediatrics, 3Emory Col. of Arts and Sci., 4Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., 5Dept. of Psychology, Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 6EMORY UNIVERSITY, ATLANTA, GA; 7Marcus Autism Ctr., Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA; 8Dept. of Behavioral Neurosci., 9Dept. of Med. Informatics and Clin. Epidemiology, Oregon Hlth. & Sci. Univ., Portland, OR
Session: 
Poster: 550 - Animal Models II



551.07. Accelerated evolution of oligodendrocytes in human brain

*S. BERTO1, I. MENDIZABAL3, N. USUI4, K. TORIUMI5, P. CHATTERJEE3, C. DOUGLAS1, C. A. TAMMINGA2, T. M. PREUSS6, S. YI3, G. KONOPKA1
1Neurosci., 2Psychiatry, UT Southwestern Med. Ctr., Dallas, TX; 3Biol. Sci., Georgia Inst. of Technol., Atlanta, GA; 4Grad. Sch. of Med., Osaka Univ., Osaka, Japan; 5Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., Tokyo Metropolitan Inst. of Med. Sci., Tokyo, Japan; 6Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: 
Poster: 551 - Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Evolution and Development



551.11. Distribution of oxytocin and vasopressin v1a receptors in chimpanzees

*C. N. ROGERS1,6,7, D. J. COPPETO2,6,7, K. INOUE3,8,6, J. K. RILLING1,3,6,8,7, T. M. PREUSS4,6,8,9,10, L. J. YOUNG5,7,6,3,11
1Dept. of Anthrop., 3Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., 4Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 5Ctr. for Translational Social Neurosci., 2Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 7Silvio O. Conte Ctr. for Oxytocin and Social Cognition, 8Ctr. for Translational Social Neurosci., 9Dept. of Neuropharm. and Neurologic Dis., 6Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA; 10Dept. of Pathology and Lab. Med., Emory Univ. Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA; 11Ctr. for Behavioral Neurosci., Atlanta, GA
Session: 
Poster: 551 - Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Evolution and Development



565.06. Working memory and cortico-basal ganglia circuitry in a novel AAV2.retro-mediated non-human primate (NHP) model of Huntington’s disease (HD)

*A. R. WEISS1, Z. LIU1,2, X. WANG1,2, J. DOMIRE1, W. LIGUORE1, K. BRANDON1, C. D. KROENKE1,2,3, J. L. MCBRIDE1,3
1Div. of Neurosci., Oregon Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Beaverton, OR; 2Advanced Imaging Res. Ctr., 3Dept. of Behavioral Neurosci., Oregon Hlth. & Sci. Univ., Portland, OR
Session: 
Poster: 565 - Animal Models of Huntington's Disease



594.02. Pair bonding attenuates fear memory acquisition through oxytocin receptor signaling in monogamous prairie voles

*Y. HIROTA1, L. J. YOUNG2,3, S. MITSUI1
1Gunma Univ. Grad. Sch. of Hlth. Sci., Maebashi, Gunma, Japan; 2Ctr. for Social Neural Networks, Univ. of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan; 3Silvio O. Conte Ctr. for Oxytocin & Social Cognition, Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 594 - Emotion: Fear, Anxiety, and Pain II



599.09. Prefrontal cortico-amygdalar interactions are required for social associations to guide operant behavior

H. W. KIETZMAN, *S. L. GOURLEY; 
Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA
Session: Poster: 599 - Decision Making and Action Selection



600.12. Estimation of non-rigid warps during 3D serial-section histology reconstruction optimization increases accuracy

*C. KYLE1, J. STOKES4, J. MELTZER5, M. R. PERMENTER5, J. VOGT5, A. D. EKSTROM1,6,7, C. A. BARNES1,2,3
1Evelyn F. McKnight Brain Inst., 2Div. of Neural Systems, Memory and Aging, 3Departments of Psychology, Neurol. and Neurosci., Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, AZ; 4Dept. of Psychology, UC Davis, Davis, CA; 5California Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 6Dept. of Psychology, 7Ctr. for Neurosci., Univ. of California Davis, Davis, CA
Session: 
Poster: 600 - Working Memory, Aging, and the Hippocampus



605.24. Central lateral thalamus causally influences states of consciousness by regulating neural interactions within and between areas in fronto-parietal cortex

*M. J. REDINBAUGH1, J. M. PHILLIPS1, N. A. KAMBI1, S. MOHANTA1, S. ANDRYK1, G. DOOLEY1, A. RAZ3,2, Y. B. SAALMANN1
1Psychology, 2Anesthesiol., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; 3Anesthesiol., Rambam Hlth. Care Campus, Haifa, Israel
Session: Poster: 605 - Cortical Oscillations II






Presentations

Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 8 AM



Posters



642.07. Developmental trajectories in social reward and salience brain networks: A combined behavioral and structural MRI study in infant rhesus macaques

*S. E. SAAVEDRA1, M. WALLACE1, T. JONESTELLER1, M. BAUTISTA1, J. WESSON1, M. H. KYLE1, L. LI2,5, M. A. STYNER6, J. RAPER1,2, J. BACHEVALIER1,3, M. SANCHEZ1,4, Z. KOVACS-BALINT1
1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., 2Dept. of Pediatrics, 3Dept. of Psychology, 4Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sci., Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA; 5Marcus Autism Ctr., Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA; 6Departments of Psychiatry and Computer Sci., Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Session: 
Poster: 642 - Autism: Neurons, Circuits, and Behavior



660.07. Multisite activity-dependent spinal stimulation to promote motor recovery in chronic cervical spinal cord injury

*R. L. MURPHY1, R. B. ROBINSON1, A. J. WIDMAN1, K. GILCHRIST1, B. R. KONDILES1, S. I. PERLMUTTER1,2, S. LEE1,3
1Dept. of Physiol. and Biophysics, 2Washington Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 3Dept of Convergence Sensor Res. Group, Electronics and Telecommunications Res. Inst., Daejeon, Korea, Republic of
Session: 
Poster: 660 - Spinal Cord Injury III



670.17. Demonstration of an optimized, large-scale optogenetic interface for non-human primates 

*D. J. GRIGGS1, W. K. S. OJEMANN2, K. KHATEEB2, M. CHU1, A. YAZDAN-SHAHMORAD3
1Electrical and Computer Engin., 2Bioengineering, 3Bioengineering and Electrical Engin., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
Session: Poster: 670 - Sensorimotor Control, Movements, and Motor Cortex



673.08. Physiological characterization of GnRH neurons derived from human embryonic stem cells

B. I. FORDYCE1, C. R. JOHNSTON1, K. L. KEEN1, *E. TERASAWA2
1Primate Ctr., Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 2Pediatrics and Primate Ctr., Univ. of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, WI
Session: Poster: 673 - Hormone Modulation of Behavior and Physiology IV



690.07. Loss of glutamate signaling from the centromedian-parafascicular thalamus to dorsal striatum impairs working memory and cognition in non-human primates 

*G. J. MASILAMONI1, R. RICHARDSON3, Y. SMITH2, J. BACHEVALIER4
2Dept. of Neurol., 1Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Center, UDALL Ctr. of Excellence for Parkinson’s Dis., Atlanta, GA; 4Dept. of Psychology, 3Yerkes Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Atlanta, GA
Session: 
Poster: 690 - Working Memory: Prefrontal Cortex II



693.18. Detection of age-specific decline in cognitive and motor performance in baboons using CANTAB and object retrieval task with barrier detour

G. CHOUDHURY, *M. DAADI
Texas Biomed, Southwest Natl. Primate Res., San Antonio, TX
Session: Poster: 693 - Learning and Memory: Aging






Presentations

Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 1 PM

 

Posters

746.17. Quantitative ultrasound and apoptotic death in the neonatal primate brain

I. M. ROSADO-MENDEZ1, K. K. NOGUCHI2, L. CASTAÑEDA-MARTINEZ3, G. KIRVASSILIS4, S. H. WANG6, S. CAPUANO III7, K. BRUNNER8, K. CROSNO8, H. SIMMONS8, A. F. MEJIA8, J. ZAGZEBSKI4, T. J. HALL4, *C. IKONOMIDOU5
11 Inst. de Física, Mexico City, Mexico; 2Psychiatry, Washington Univ. St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO; 3Inst. de Física, Mexico City, Mexico; 5Neurol., 4Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 6Washington Univ., St Louis, MO; 7Wisconsin Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Madison, WI; 8Wisconsin Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Madison, WI
Session: 
Poster: 746 - Brain Injury and Trauma III



762.15. A novel approach to the spatiotemporal quantification of gait in the common marmoset

A. BRADFIELD1, N. SCHULTZ-DARKEN2, K. MALICKI2, K. K. AUSDERAU1, M. E. EMBORG2, *K. A. PICKETT1
1Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI; 2Wisconsin Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
Session: 
Poster: 762 - Posture and Gait II



795.20. Development of an antibody-free staining method for the visualization of oxytocin receptors in tissue: Histochemical detection of a biotinylated ligand

*S. M. FREEMAN1,2, M. C. PALUMBO2, M. MUTTENTHALER3, K. L. BALES2
1Dept. of Biol., Utah State Univ., Logan, UT; 2California Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Univ. of California, Davis, Davis, CA; 3Inst. for Mol. Biosci., Univ. of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Session: 
Poster: 795 - Anatomic Methods: Sample Preparation and Novel Probes



796.13. Multi-scale neural resampling to map and monitor neural circuits in non-human primates 

*A. L. ORSBORN1,2,3,4, J. CHOI5, C. WANG6, C. CHIANG6, J. VIVENTI6,7,8, B. PESARAN4
1Electrical & Computer Engin., 2Bioengineering, 3Washington Natl. Primate Res. Ctr., Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; 4Ctr. for Neural Sci., 5New York Univ., New York, NY; 6Biomed. Engin., 7Neurobio., 8Neurosurg., Duke Univ., Durham, NC
Session: 
Poster: 796 - Techniques: Network Electrophysiology