Brain theory experts to convene at University of California.

Brain theory experts to convene at University of California, NORTH PARK A global middle for neuroscience research Currently, the University of California, NORTH PARK will host top scholars focusing on theoretical and quantitative methods to issues in neurobiology through the 13th annual summer meeting of The Sloan-Swartz Centers for Theoretical Neurobiology in the UCSD campus July 28-31. Experts from the 11 Sloan-Swartz institutions, plus outdoors speakers, will show on decision producing and movement; neural circuits; interest; plasticity, memory and learning. Scott Makeig, director of the Swartz Middle for Computational Neuroscience at UCSD, and Terry Sejnowski, a respected neuroscientist at Salk Institute and director of the UCSD Institute for Neural Computation, are the conference co-organizers double action .