This conference has been deferred to 2023 due to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check back soon for the 2023 schedule.
The field of Amygdala research has been thriving in recent years, with noteworthy growth in our understanding of its function. This year's meeting will continue to include research in human, non-human primate, and rodent models and will celebrate diversity in every sense. The program will feature: diverse research levels (anatomy, in vivo neural dynamics, optogenetics, chemogenetics, computation, functional imaging, molecular/genetic profiling and of course, behavior), diverse functions (learning, pain, anxiety, reward, valence processing, social cognition, and more), and a diversity of speakers. Towards this goal, we hope to integrate the many facets of Amygdala Function and facilitate cross-pollination across subfields.