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After a hellish 26h hour journey I've finally arrived at the 45th annual Winter Conference on Brain Research. For those not familiar with the concept of these conferences: you have a session in the morning from something like 7-9am then there's a break until about 3pm, when the next sessions start which will last until about 10pm or so.
I registered for the meeting, had a look at the program and decided I first need to catch up with the pile of work that accumulates when you're not online for >24h. For the afternoon session, I'm looking forward to the posters and the session on dopamine and value-guided decision-making.
My own session will be on Thursday at 4.30pm on invertebrate decision-making and I'll be talking about the involvement of PKC and FoxP in flies' decisions to fly to the left or to the right.
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