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  1. Zohre azimi is a PhD student in the institute of neuroinformatik at Ruhr University Bochum. Azimi’s research focuses on the study of serotonergic system in sensory cortical area using optogenetic tools. She earned her master’s degree in biomedical engineering from AUT. Her poster will be presented at this time (October 20, 2019, 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM; Session Number: 141, Poster board Number: K29) and she will be available then. Feel free to contact her via SKNB Neuronline forum during the conference, and any time via email: zohre.azimi@ini.rub.de
  2. Sepiedeh Keshavarzi, MD, PhD Sepiedeh Keshavarzi is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre at University College London. Keshavarzi's main research interest lies in cortical multi-sensory processing for perception of self-motion and spatial navigation, with a particular focus on vestibular-visual integration in the retrosplenial cortex. She earned her Medical Doctorate from Tehran University of Medical Sciences and her PhD in neuroscience from the University of Queensland. Attendees can contact her via email: s.keshavarzi@ucl.ac.uk, twitter: @SepiKeshavarzi, and S
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