Elucidating the genetic code


The world’s herbaria and other natural history collections house specimens critical to science and society.

In recent years, these collections have begun accelerating the pace of digital data creation for specimen information, and crowdsourcing and citizen science have emerged as highly successful innovations that also increase public science literacy and research sustainability.

Zuzanna Balewski, 2016 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Wallis Lab Bill Croughan, 2016 Carnegie Mellon University Monica Gates, 2016 University of Cambridge Griffiths Lab Holly Gildea, 2016 Brown University National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Dillin Lab Carson Mc Neil, 2016 California Institute of Technology Gallant Lab Jacob Miller, 2016 Duke University D’Esposito Lab Tobias Schmid, 2016 University of Florida National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Yartsev Lab Christine Tseng, 2016 California Institute of Technology Gallant Lab Kevin Yu, 2016 University of California, Berkeley Theunissen Lab Jenna Adams, 2015 University of California, Santa Barbara Jagust Lab “Associations between tau spread and functional connectivity in cognitively normal older adults” Krishan Aghi, 2015 Brown University Isacoff Lab “Synaptic homeostasis and heterogeneity at the Drosophila larval neuromuscular junction” Joseph Aman, 2015 University of Utah National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Feldman Lab “Rapid homeostatic plasticity in somatosensory cortex” Zeke Barger, 2015 University of Washington National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Dan Lab “Medullary control of sleep” Ruairidh Battleday, 2015 University of Edinburgh/Oxford Griffiths/Olshausen Labs “Probabilistic models of cognition” Adam Eichenbaum, 2015 University of Wisconsin, Madison Berkeley Fellow National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow D’Esposito Lab “Mechanisms of human learning and plasticity” Malak El-Quessny, 2015 Boston University Chancellor’s Fellow Feller Lab “How visual experience shapes the interplay of dendritic form and circuit function in the developing retina” Irene Grossrubatscher, 2015 Univ degli Studi di Bologna Isacoff Lab “Setting thresholds for behavior: How does internal state modulate prey capture?

” Shariq Mobin, 2015 University of California, Berkeley Olshausen Lab “Efficient coding of natural sound” Arjun Mukerji, 2015 University of Texas, Austin Silver Lab “Parallel Visual Processing Streams in Thalamus and Cortex” Sara Popham, 2015 Johns Hopkins University Gallant Lab “Investigating multimodal semantic representations in the human brain” Maimon Rose, 2015 University of Chicago Yartsev Lab “Tracking the development of neural dynamics in a vocal learning mammal” Daniel Toker, 2015 Princeton University National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow D’Esposito Lab “Sensory information transmission in oscillatory networks” Amanda Tose, 2015 University of Washington National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Lammel Lab “Role of dorsal raphe input to the lateral hypothalamus in behavior with in vivo calcium imaging” Jocelyn Breton, 2014 Middlebury College Fields/Lammel Labs “The role of mesocortical projections in anxiety and alcohol consumption” Franklin Caval-Holme, 2014 Stanford University National Research Service Award Fellow Feller Lab “Dissecting a microcircuit that regulates the earliest light responses in the retina” Ignas Cerniauskas, 2014 Vilnius University, Lithuania Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds Fellow Lammel Lab “Dissecting habenular circuits underlying depression-related behavior” Charles Frye, 2014 University of Chicago Berkeley Fellow National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Sommer Lab “Extending Minimum Probability Flow to models with hidden variables” Colin Hoy, 2014 Hendrix College National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Knight Lab “The role of surprise in error signals” Christine Liu, 2014 University of Oregon National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Lammel Lab “Elucidating the neural circuitry underlying nicotine-related behaviors” Ben Shababo, 2014 Columbia University Hertz Foundation Fellow Adesnik Lab “High-throughput, cellular resolution mapping of neural circuits” Emilio Soto-Soto, 2014 University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Kriegsfeld Lab “The Impact of Early Life Circadian Disruption on Neural Development and Cognitive Flexibility” Greg Telian, 2014 MIT Chancellor’s Fellow Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Fellow Adesnik Lab “Sensorimotor cortical representations in v M1 and v S1 during active sensation” Charles Garfinkle, 2013 Mc Gill University Sommer Lab “Identifiability in Sparse Dictionary Learning with Applications to Neuroscience” Falk Lieder, 2013 University of Osnabruck, Germany Berkeley Fellow Griffiths Lab “Beyond bounded rationality: reverse-engineering and enhancing human intelligence” Sean Mackesey, 2013 Northwestern University Sommer Lab “The role of hippocampal field potentials in memory / Neuroinformatics infrastructure for electrophysiology” Elena Ryapolova-Webb, 2013 New York University Adesnik Lab “The role of second-order corticothalamic loops in somatosensation” Kata Slama, 2013 Brown University Knight Lab “Neural mechanisms of top-down and bottom-up audio-visual attention in humans” Andy Ward, 2013 Williams College Bateup Lab “Defining the roles of m TORC1 and m TORC2 in hippocampal plasticity and memory” Katelyn Arnemann, 2012 Case Western Reserve University National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Jagust Lab “Brain network properties in aging” Yvonne Fonken, 2012 Radboud University, Netherlands Howard Hughes Medical Institute International Predoctoral Fellow Fulbright Fellow Knight Lab “Sensory predictions and motor control” Jonathan Jui, 2012 University of Chicago Flannery and Schaffer Labs “Preservation and regeneration of photoreceptors in retinal degeneration through the manipulation of Müller glia using viral gene delivery” Keven Laboy, 2012 University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Feldman Lab “Spatiotemporal receptive fields in rodent barrel cortex” Amy Le Messurier, 2012 MIT Feldman Lab “Flexibility of sensory encoding: how stable are receptive fields?

Here we set to review the diversity, biodiversity patterns and biogeography of karst endemic plants of a number of families (Elatostema, Orchidea, Urticaceae, Gesneriaceae) across China and surrounding regions and understand specific aspects of their adaptive ecology.

From this we move to reviewing relative threats, and regional prioritorisation for karst flora and discuss mechanisms for the development and implementation appropriate conservation initiatives to secure a better future for China’s karst flora.

Joining Microsoft in 1992, he quickly became known as a leader who could span a breadth of technologies and businesses to transform some of Microsoft’s biggest product offerings.An immersive two-day conference, the Summit features on-stage Q&As, insightful talks, and interactive product demos by leaders in tech, science and business.Past speakers have included T-Mobile CEO John Legere, Juno Therapeutics CEO Hans Bishop, then-DARPA director Arati Prabhakar, former WIRED editor Chris Anderson, Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi and many more.Louis Chateaubriand Fellow Kaufer Lab “Epigenetic mechanisms mediating the effects of stress on neurogenesis” Leah Byrne, 2006-2011 Hamilton College Chateaubriand Fellow Flannery Lab “Development of viral vector mediated gene therapies for retinal degeneration ” Linh Dang, 2006-2012 Pomona College Gates-Millennium Fellow Jagust Lab “Dopaminergic model of working memory ” Michele Insanally, 2006-2011 Barnard College National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Bao Lab “Feature-dependent sensitive periods in the development of cortical complex sound representations ” Heesoo Kim, 2006-2011 Stanford University National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Bao Lab “Development and plasticity in the primary auditory cortex ” Elizabeth Kirby, 2006-2011 Duke University National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Pre-doctoral Fellowship Kaufer Lab “Modulating the effects of glucocorticoids on adult hippocampal neural progenitor cells (NPCs) ” Hania Köver, 2006-2011 University of Edinburgh, Scotland Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds Graduate Fellow Bao Lab “Neuronal correlates and mechanisms of perceptual warping ” Erica Warp, 2006-2012 Brown University Isacoff Lab “Using light-gated channels to study circuit development in the zebrafish spinal cord ” Luisa Cacheaux, 2005-2010 Columbia University Kaufer Lab “The role of serum albumin and TGF-β signaling in post-traumatic epileptogenesis ” Charles Cadieu, 2005-2009 MIT Olshausen Lab “Learning transformational invariants from time-varying natural images ” Sundari Chetty, 2005-2009 UC Berkeley California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Pre-Doctoral Fellow Kaufer Lab “Hormonal regulation of hippocampal neurogenesis ” Adeen Flinker, 2005-2012 Technion, Israel Knight Lab “Lexical and phonological processing revisited – analysis of human cortical recordings ” John Long, II, 2005-2011 UC Berkeley Carmena Lab “The integration of prosthetic sensory feedback into a conditioned stimulus-response ” Chung-Hay Luk, 2005-2011 UC Berkeley Wallis Lab “Neuronal encoding of stimulus-response-outcome associations in working memory ” Elizabeth Mormino, 2005-2011 UC Los Angeles Jagust Lab “Relating amyloid pathology to cognition and brain structure/function in normal elderly individuals.

” Ariel Rokem, 2005-2010 Hebrew University, Israel Silver Lab “Neural Mechanisms of Perceptual Learning ” Lavi Secundo, 2005-2010 Hebrew University, Israel Knight Lab “Brain machine interface in humans using ECo G ” Marta Soden, 2005-2010 Mount Holyoke College Chen Lab “The role of micro RNAs and local translation in synaptic plasticity ” Chenmei Chen, 2004-2009 National Tsinghua University, Taiwan Dan Lab “The synaptic mechanisms underlying direction selectivity in the primary visual cortex ” Michael Goard, 2004-2009 Reed College Dan Lab “State-dependent cortical processing: Cholinergic modulation of visual responses ” Emily Jacobs, 2004-2010 Smith College National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow D’Esposito Lab “Genetic and hormonal influences on prefrontal cortical function ” Grant Kauwe, 2004-2010 University of Hawaii, Manoa Isacoff Lab “Rapid retrograde control of synaptic strength ” Antonio Lara, 2004-2010 University of Texas, at Austin Wallis Lab “Representation of reward in working memory ” Hui Lu, 2004-2009 UCTC Hefei, P. China Poo Lab “Effect of cocaine on the plasticity of the rat’s medial prefrontal cortex ” John Schlerf, 2004-2010 Brown University Ivry Lab “The Correction of Movement Errors ” Lei Shi, 2004-2009 Tonji University, P. China Griffiths Lab “Neural Implementation of Bayesian Inference: Linking Statistics to Neural Circuits ” Tara Tracy, 2004-2010 Wesleyan University Chen Lab “Transynaptic regulation of presynaptic vesicle release ” Bradley Voytek, 2004-2010 University of Southern California Knight Lab “Functional network and cognitive alterations and recovery after unilateral stroke in humans ” Gautam Agarwal, 2003-2009 University of Texas, at Austin Howard Hughes Medical Institute Graduate Fellow Isacoff Lab “Spatiotemporal dynamics of Ca signaling in the fruit fly antennal lobe ” Elena Allen, 2003-2008 UC Los Angeles Freeman Lab “Studies of neural and metabolic processing in the central visual pathway ” Matthew Baggott, 2003-2010 University of Chicago Robertson Lab “Visual consequences of hallucinogen use ” Annaliese Beery, 2003-2008 Williams College National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow Irv Zucker Lab “Neuroendocrinology of same-sex affiliative behavior ” Ryan Canolty, 2003-2009 University of Georgia National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow Knight Lab “The role of neuronal oscillations in the control of and communication between distinct cortical areas during complex behavior ” Chun-Liang Pan, 2003-2008 National Taiwan University, Taiwan Taiwan Ministry of Education Graduate Fellow Garriga Lab “Wnt signaling and neuronal development in the nematode C.Franklin’s bumble bee was readily found throughout its range throughout the 1990s, but subsequent yearly surveys by Dr.



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