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27th Oculomotor meeting

Date: 3-4 February 2017
Venue: Max Planck Guest House Tübingen, Lecture hall

Program

 
Time slots for oral presentations are 20 min. (15 min. talk, 5 min. discussion). The posters can be announced during the posterblitz, for which 2 min. are reserved per poster. Please prepare one or two slides for that. Poster size is A0, portrait.
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Friday, February 3rd, 2017

12:00 – 14:00

REGISTRATION, poster set-up, scientific discussions, light refreshments

14:00 – 14:15

OPENING ADDRESS and welcome

Heinrich Bülthoff and Suzanne Nooij (MPI, Tübingen)

14:15 – 15:15

TALKS, session 1

14:15

 

Peter zu Eulenburg (LMU, München): Connectomics approaches to cortical ocular motor mapping using optokinetic nystagmus in fMRI

14:35

 

Mohammad Khazali (HIH, Tübingen):V1 neurons compensate for eye torsion associated with fixational eye positions (‘’false torsion’’)

14:55

 

Ksander de Winkel (MPI, Tübingen): Neural correlates of decision making on whole body yaw rotation: an fNIRS study

15:15 – 15:45

POSTERBLITZ I (2 min. per poster)

 

 

Chih-Yang Chen (CIN, Tübingen): Differential effects of saccadic suppression on single-unit activity and local field potentials in the primate superior colliculus

 

 

Xiaoguang Tian (CIN, Tübingen): Application of a multi-electrode spike-sorting algorithm to analysis of superior colliculus activity during saccades

 

 

Mehrdad Salmasi (LMU, München): Information rate of a release site under short-term synaptic depression

 

 

Thomas Hinterecker (MPI, Tübingen): Traveled distance estimations with horizontal and vertical passive linear displacements

 

 

Wolfgang Becker (UU, Ulm): Targeting head movements in humans: Compensation for disturbance by simultaneous body rotations.

 

 

Giovanni Bertolini (UZH, Zürich): Temporary increase of subjective visual vertical variability after sustained roll oscillations: a glimpse into the mechanism of Mal de Debarquement

 

 

Thomas Eggert (LMU, München): Stereoacuity during and shortly after symmetrical vergence movements

 

 

Andreas Sprenger (UL, Lübeck): Implicit and explicit oculo-motor learning in Parkinson’s disease and spinocerebellar ataxia

 

 

Stefan Yu Bögli (USZ, Zürich): Establishing chlorzoxazone as a novel infantile nystagmus syndrome treatment by translational testing from zebrafish to human

 

 

Muriel Dysli (USZ, Zürich): Hess screen testing shows an exodeviation shift compared to the Harms screen test

 

 

Paolo Calagiorgio (UP, Pavia): Sensorimotor integration during stance in vestibular neuritis patients: the effect of adding or removing vision.

15:45 – 15:55

Short coffee break

15:55 – 16:45

DEMONSTRATION of motion simulators (Cyberneum)

16:45 – 17:45

POSTER VIEWING I and coffee break

 

17:45 – 19:15

TALKS, session 2

17:45

 

Ria Maxine Rühl (LMU, München): Delineating modulatory ocular motor function in optokinetic networks in cerebellum and brainstem

18:05

 

Martin Gorges (UU, Ulm) Combined analysis of oculomotor function and brain structure and function in neurodegenerative diseases

18:25

 

Jörn Pomper (HIH, Tübingen): Blink-associated resetting eye movements

18:45

 

Uwe Ilg (HIH, Tübingen): Antisaccades without s-cone stimulation

19:05

 

Floris Wuyts (AUREA, Antwerp): Reduced intrinsic functional connectivity in the right temporo-parietal junction after first-time exposure to short-term gravitational alterations

19:30 – 21:00

DINNER and poster viewing, scientific discussions

Saturday, February 4th, 2017

09:00 – 10:00

TALKS, session 3

09:00

 

Antimo Buonocore (CIN, Tübingen): Alteration of the microsaccadic velocity-amplitude main sequence relationship after visual transients: implications for models of saccade control

09:20

 

Stefan Yu Bögli (USZ, Zürich): Uncovering the link between gaze evoked and rebound nystagmus

09:40

 

Ting-Feng Lin (USZ, Zürich) Optokinetic set-point sensory adaptation in zebrafish larvae

10:00 – 10:30

POSTERBLITZ II (2 min. per poster)

 

 

Ziad Hafed (CIN, Tübingen): Peri-saccadic perceptual mislocalization is different for upward saccades

 

 

Konstantin Willeke (CIN, Tübingen): Memory guided microsacades

Joachim Bellet (CIN, Tübingen): Sequential hemifield gating of 8-15 Hz behavioral performance oscillations after microsaccades

 

 

Joshua Yudice (LMU, München):Modality-nonspecific prior may underly benefits in bimodal estimation of angular distance

 

 

Fausto Romano (USZ, Zürich): Evidence for sudomotor component of vestibulo-sympathetic reflex during controlled cross-coupling stimulation

 

 

Cecilia Ramaioli (LMU, München): Preventing Opioid-induced Nausea and Vomiting: Rest Your Head and Close Your Eyes?

 

Murat Can Özdemir (LMU, München): Methods for quantifying sensorimotor adaptation and re-adaptation: Closed-Loop, Open loop, and Error-Clamp trials

 

 

Melody Huang (USZ, Zürich): Reversed visual motor response in zebrafish after long-term treatment of L-Dopa and carbidopa: an animal model for visual hallucination in Parkinson's disease

 

 

Marius Paulus (LMU, München): Repeatability of the alternate cover test compared to video-based eye-tracking system for horizontal heterophoria testing

 

 

Holger Rambold (Altötting-Burghausen): Age related refixating saccades in the 3D video-head-impulse test in healthy subjects and unilateral vestibular failure

 

 

Stephanie Irving (LMU, München): Gaze Behaviour and Brain Activation during Real-Space Navigation in Bilateral Vestibulopathy Patients

Karin Eibenberger (FH, Linz): A novel system to record microscopic eye movements under natural conditions using scleral coils

10:30 – 11:30

POSTERVIEWING II and coffee break

11:30 – 13:00

TALKS, session 4

11:30

 

Konrad Weber (USZ, Zürich):A new suppression head impulse paradigm (SHIMP) elicits anti-compensatory saccades as an indicator of vestibular function

11:50

 

David Mack (USZ, Zürich): How sampling rate and filtering alters saccadic peak velocity

12:10

 

Tobias Meilinger (MPI, Tübingen): Reference frames in spatial memory for vertical locations - comparing gravity, visual upright, and egocentric experience

12:30

 

Suzanne Nooij (MPI, Tübingen): Vection, and not eye or head movement, is the main contributor to visually induced motion sickness

12:50

 

Closing remarks

13:00

Farewell

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