Join The Virtual Brain at SfN 2023
Washington DC, USA
We're thrilled to announce that The Virtual Brain is once again a part of the upcoming Society for Neuroscience (SfN) annual meeting, taking place from Saturday, November 11, 2023, to Wednesday, November 15, 2023, in the vibrant city of Washington, D.C.
Visit us at Booth 3322 in the Institute and Non-Profit Organization Area. If you're curious about our location, you can find us on the floor plan. We look forward to engaging with the neuroscience community and sharing exciting updates about The Virtual Brain.
This year, all of our TVB leading institutions are represented at SfN 2023. We're honored to have Prof. Petra Ritter and Prof. Randy McIntosh among our TVB leaders. They bring their invaluable insights and expertise to our presence at the event.
As part of our participation at SfN 2023, we're excited to announce the TVB-Demos-A-Day sessions. Join us on Sunday, November 12 to Tuesday, November 14, at 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM, and on Wednesday, November 15, at 11:00 AM.
More details about the program will be revealed in the coming days. Our TVB leaders, Randy and Petra, will kick off these engaging activities on Sunday.
Prepare to be captivated by our enlightening TVB-Poster-Series Sessions:
Tuesday, November 14:
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Damien Depannemaecker will present "The Virtual Brain for Parkinson’s Disease: Capturing pathological oscillations with dopamine-mediated circuits" at poster board G5,
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM: Martin Breyton will discuss "Large-scale brain signatures of fluid dynamics and responsiveness linked to consciousness" at poster board XX42.
Wednesday, November 15:
[XX15] Huifang Wang. "Virtual brain twins for personalized medicine in epilepsy",
[XX16] Maria Luise Da Costa Zemsch. "Simulated hyperexcitation derived from amyloid PET is associated with tumor necrosis factor levels in CSF in Alzheimer’s Disease",
[XX17] Leon Martin. "The Virtual Brain Ontology - a systematic knowledge framework and code generation toolbox for brain simulation".
[XX18] Leon Stefanovski. “Integrating biological pathways into whole-brain simulation: an interdisciplinary approach“,
[XX19] Patrik Bey. "Lesion Aware Automated Processing Pipeline (LeAPP) for multimodal neuroimaging data of stroke patients",
[XX20] Josh Neurdorf. “Cognitive sparing in healthy aging: A structural connectivity perspective“,
[XX21] Anuja Negi. “Whole-brain simulation of TMS in Alzheimer’s disease shows that cortical geometry can explain differences in evoked potential responses“,
[XX22] Halgurd Taher. "Decoding the relation of neural oscillations and energy metabolism: a neurogliovascular model of FDG-PET in The Virtual Brain".
Stay in the loop with our adventures at SfN 2023 by following the hashtag #TVBatSfN2023 on our Twitter account. We're excited to connect with you and explore the future of neuroscience together.
We can't wait to see you at SfN 2023!
Society for Neuroscience