Spring 2022

CNE Weekly Seminar Series

Talks will start at 1:00 and end at 2:00, with a 30 minute discussion following
Zoom Link: https://z.umn.edu/cneseminar

*indicate the talk will be in person | Vincent Hall - Room 16

1/27/2022
Anna Zilverstand, PhD | Department of Psychiatry, University of Minnesota
Computational Approaches for Understanding Drug Addiction as a Symptom, Rather than a Disorder

NORTHSTAR
2/3/2022
Daniel Chew, PhD | Galvani Bioelectronics
Splenic Neuromodulation - Implantable Device Treatment for Inflammatory Conditions

2/10/2022*
Virginia Woods, Researcher 5 | Department of Psychiatry, University of Minnesota
Gerardo Rodriguez, PhD Candidate | Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Minnesota

Talk Recording

2/17/2022*
Collin Smith, PhD Student | College of Science and Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
The use of Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing in Ultrasound Interrogation, Imaging, and Therapy
Ana Manea, MSc | Zimmermann Lab, Cognitive Science, University of Minnesota 
Intrinsic timescales as an organizational principle across the whole brain

2/24/2022
Svjetlana Miocinovic, MD, PhD | Emory Brain and Health Center
Optimizing Deep Brain Stimulation Using Physiologic Signals and Biophysical Modeling

3/17/2022
Ethan Goldberg, MD, PhD | University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
VIP interneuron dysfunction underlies abnormal neocortex state transitions and autism- linked behavior abnormalities in a neurodevelopmental disorder

3/31/2022
Amber Leaver, PhD | Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine
Neuroimagingthe Network Mechanisms of Electroconvulsive Therapy

NORTHSTAR
4/7/2022
Eddie Chang, MD | University of California, San Francisco
Restoring words through a speech neuroprothesis - Not Recorded

4/14-15/2022
DMD and Neuromod Conference

4/28/2022
Imanuel Lerman, MD | UC San Diego School of Medicine
Autonomic Regulation: Effects of Neuromodulation In Pain, Inflammation and PTSD

NORTHSTAR
5/5/2022 
Laura Cabrera, PhD | Penn State, College of Engineering
Is the treatment worse than the disease?: Ethical concerns and attitudes towards psychiatric electroceutical interventions