Lectures and seminars Nobel Mini-symposium: Dopamine as a neural substrate of reward prediction and psychopathology
09-09-2022 12:00 pm Add to iCal
The symposium brings together researchers that first proposed that dopamine neurons signal reward prediction errors with some influential researchers that have developed this idea further. The research has both important preclinical and clinical implications.
- Wolfram Schultz, Professor at the University of Cambridge, UK
- Peter Dayan, Professor at the University of Tübingen, Germany
- Read Montague, Professor at Virginia Tech, USA
- Yael Niv, Professor at Princeton University, USA
- Michael Frank, Professor at Brown University, USA
- Roshan Cools, Professor at Radboud University Medical Center, The Netherlands
- Andreas Heinz, Professor at Charité - University Medical Center, Germany
Predrag Petrovic, Associate Professor at Center for Psychiatric Research / Department of Clinical Neuroscience as well as Scientific Director at Center for Cognitive and Computational Neuropsychiatry at KI.
Marc Guitart-Masip, Associate Professor at Aging Research Center / Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society as well as Chairman at Center for Cognitive and Computational Neuropsychiatry at KI.
Due to limited space, only registered participants can attend the symposium.
In order to register, email Britt-Marie Höglund no later than 26th of August 2022. You can register for either one or both days.
We would appreciate that you only register if you are sure you will be attending and unregister if you cannot make it (to the same email).
The Nobel Mini-symposium will be posted online and accessible for the general public after the event.