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  • McGovern Institute Spring Symposium 2015

    2015 McGovern Symposium: Amy Bastian

    Amy Bastian delivers her lecture, “Cerebellar Contributions to Moving, Sensing and Learning” at the McGovern Institute annual symposium.
  • McGovern Institute Spring Symposium 2015

    2015 McGovern Symposium: Byron Yu

    Byron Yu of Carnegie Mellon University delivers his lecture, “Internal Models for Interpreting Neural Population Activity During Sensorimotor Control” at the McGovern Institute annual symposium.
  • McGovern Institute Spring Symposium 2015

    2015 McGovern Symposium: Daniel Wolpert

    Daniel Wolpert of the University of Cambridge delivers his lecture, “Internal Models for Sensorimotor Control and Decision Making” at the McGovern Institute annual symposium
  • McGovern Institute Spring Symposium 2015

    2015 McGovern Symposium: Jorn Diedrichsen

    Jorn Diedrichsen of University College London delivers his lecture, “Recalibration or Learning De-novo?” at the McGovern Institute annual symposium.
  • McGovern Institute Spring Symposium 2015

    2015 McGovern Symposium: Josh Tenenbaum

    Josh Tenenbaum of MIT delivers his lecture, “The Game Engine in Your Head,” at the McGovern Institute annual symposium.
  • McGovern Institute Spring Symposium 2015

    2015 McGovern Symposium: Marc Sommer

    Marc Sommer of Duke University delivers his lecture, “Neuronal Circuits for Seeing While Moving,” at the McGovern Institute annual symposium.
  • McGovern Institute Spring Symposium 2015

    2015 McGovern Symposium: Nate Sawtell

    Nate Sawtell of Columbia University delivers his lecture, “Internal Model Mechanisms in Cerebellar Circuitry,” at the McGovern Institute annual symposium.
  • McGovern Institute Spring Symposium 2015

    2015 McGovern Symposium: Panel Discussion

    Panel discussion featuring speakers at the McGovern Institute annual symposium on Monday April 27, 2015.
  • McGovern Institute Spring Symposium 2015

    2015 McGovern Symposium: Richard Mooney

    Richard Mooney of Duke University delivers his lecture, "Motor-Auditory Interactions in Mice and Songbirds" at the McGovern Institute annual symposium on April 27, 2015.
  • McGovern Institute Spring Symposium 2015

    2015 McGovern Symposium: Thomas Jessell

    Thomas Jessell of Columbia University delivers his lecture, "Circuits for Fast and Flexible Motor Control" at the 2015 McGovern Institute annual symposium.
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