Symposia

Symposia offer a unique opportunity to present a compelling and timely topic with an integrated perspective.

Methodological considerations and advances in developmental neuroscience

Speakers:
Ethan McCormick, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Monica Rosenberg, University of Chicago
Chandra Sripada, University of Michigan
Petra Vertes, Cambridge University

Social motivation in flux: Understanding the development of social cognition and behavior

Speakers:
Wouter van den Bos, University of Amsterdam
Jennifer Silvers, University of California, Los Angeles
Hilary Richardson, University of Edinburgh
Hirofumi Morishita, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Transdiagnostic approaches to developmental disorders: Beyond the boundaries of diagnosis

Speakers:
Danyal Akarca, University of Cambridge
Danielle Bassett, University of Pennsylvania
Corina Greven, Donders Institute for Brain Cognition and Behaviour
Essi Viding, University College London

Infant Neuroimaging with the leadership of the Fetal, Infant, Toddler Neuroimaging Group (FIT’NG)

Speakers:
Josepheen Cruz, Developing Brain Institute
Sandra Jacobson, Wayne State University
Fleur Warton, Wayne State University

Exploring the depths of the brain: The functional significance of sulcal development

Speaker:
Silvia Bunge, UC Berkeley

Multidimensional Approaches to Early Adversity Across Species

Speaker:
Elysia Davis, University of Denver

Neurodevelopmental vulnerability to psychopathology: Building resilience

Speaker:
Lucy Vanes, King’s College London

How does the developing brain organize experience to model the world?

Speaker:
Christine Coughlin, University of Texas at Austin