Annual Meeting 2014
6/10/2014 to 7/31/2014
June 10-15, 2014
Red Rock Resort
11011 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada 89135
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|IBNS 23rd Annual Meeting|
June 10-15, 2014
|Red Rock Resort|
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
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The IBNS 2014 meeting will be held at the Red Rock Resort. This unique and affordable destination captures the energy and excitement of Las Vegas with breathtaking views and offers both business and pleasure while cleverly separating the two into opposite wings of the resort. The off strip location allows the attendees to focus on the content of the meeting, and enjoy the strip just 9 miles away via the complimentary shuttle.
This billion dollar resort is nestled at the gateway of the Red Rock National Conservation area. Each room has views of either the Red Rock Canyons to the west or a sweeping panoramic view of the Las Vegas Strip to the east. The property is conveniently located 14 miles northwest of the Las Vegas McCarran Airport.
Round trip airport transportation is provided to the IBNS group at no charge. The IBNS has negotiated an excellent $120++room rate for single/double occupancy.
Click here for a slide show introduction to the location of the 2014 meeting (Red Rock-the other side of Vegas).
2014 Preliminary Program
Mark A. Geyer, Ph.D., University of California San Diego, La Jolla, CA, USA.Cross-species translational studies of bipolar disorder
Margaret Morris, Ph.D., The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Food on the brain – Why is obesity a 21st century problem?
John L. Waddington, Ph.D., D.Sc., MRIA, Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin, Ireland.Closing the translational gap between mutant mouse models and the clinical reality of psychotic illness
Charles L. Raison, M.D., University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA. Coming to our senses: Implications of embodiment for the pathogenesis and treatment of major depression
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS:
The IBNS Program Committee is soliciting abstracts for oral and poster presentations. Abstracts may be prepared on any subject related to the general area of behavioral neuroscience. Both members and nonmembers may submit abstracts. Online forms will be available December 6, 2013. Data must be original and not previously published. Abstract deadline: February 17, 2014
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- That’s why they call it gambling: Neural mechanisms regulating risk/reward decision making. Chair: Stan B. Floresco, University of British Columbia, CANADA
- Traumatic brain injury: Laboratory and clinical perspectives. Chair: Anthony E. Kline, University of Pittsburgh, USA. Sponsored by the Dept of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Univ Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA
- Behavioral endpoints in drug discovery: What does the Pharmaceutical industry need? Chair: Sophie Louise Dix, Eli Lilly, UK
- Diet, behaviour, and immunity across the lifespan. Chair: Stephen Kent, La Trobe University, AUSTRALIA
- Chronic stress and brain plasticity: Contrasting mechanisms underlying adaptive and maladaptive changes and implications for stress-related CNS disorders. Chair: Serge Campeau, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
- The role of CRF and CRF receptor expression in the progression and pathology of major depressive disorder. Chair: Robert Parrish Waters, Charite Universitatsmedizin Berlin, GERMANY
- Brains in the City: Neurobiological effects of urbanization. Chair: Kelly G. Lambert, Randolph-Macon College, USA
- Deep brain stimulation of the basal ganglia nuclei: Animal and human studies. Chair: Claudio Da Cunha, Universidade Federal do Parana, BRAZIL
- Gut microbiota regulates behavior. Chair: Paul H. Patterson, Caltech Pasadena, USA
- Scents that matter - from olfactory stimuli to genes, behaviors and beyond. Chair: Markus Fendt, Institute for Pharmacology and Toxicology, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, GERMANY
- Current Advances in Animal Models of Neurodevelopmental Disorders . Chair: Mu Yang, University of California Davis, USA
- Neural mechanism of regulation and disruption of motivational behaviors. Chair: Hidehiko Takahashi, Kyoto University, JAPAN
- Reproductive experiential regulation of cognitive and emotional resilience. Chair: Craig Kinsley, Univ of Richmond, USA
- Warm feelings, warm thoughts: Thermosensation, emotional behavior, and mental health. Christopher A. Lowry, University of Colorado, USA
- Sex-differences in developmental psychopathologies: An animal model perspective. Chair: Ina Weiner, Tel Aviv University, ISRAEL
- The importance of the alleviation of negative affective states and cognitive impairments in animal models of nicotine dependence. Chair: F. Scott Hall, National Institute on Drug Abuse, USA
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