Poster presentation at 41st Neuroscience Meeting, and collecting information for data analysis and training
Report: NEJIME MASAFUMI
Date: 2011/11/11 - 2011/11/18
I attended the 41st Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Washington D.
) and presented a poster entitled "Differential activities of monkey lateral prefrontal neurons between decisions based on short-term and long-term memories".
We reported that many neurons in the lateral prefrontal cortex of the monkey showed differential activities between task conditions demanding short-term memory and long-term memory for behavioral choice.
I had many meaningful discussions with many researchers during the presentation time.
In addition, I visited Dr.
Hikosaka at National Eye Institute, NIH and discussed on issues of animal experiments including data analysis.