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AVIAN BRAIN NOMENCLATURE FORUM SCHEDULE July 2002

 

Avian Nomenclature Forum Schedule: Wednesday, July 17, 2002 (ARRIVAL)

TIME

EVENT

CONTACT PERSON

GOAL

All Day

Arrival of Forum Attendees. Dinner?

Lisa Moore (919) 681-1681. or Erich Jarvis -1680 

Take taxi from airport or there will be pick up for some people. Check in at Brookwood Hotel (address)

 

Avian Nomenclature Forum Schedule: Thursday, July 18, 2002 (DAY 1)

TIME

EVENT

MODERATOR

GOAL

7:45 AM

Meet at Brookwood Van Outside Hotel

Jarvis Lab Grad Student

Travel from Brookwood Hotel to Duke University’s Searle Center. Also a 15-20 minute walk.

8:00-8:45AM

Breakfast at Searle Center

None

Get sufficient nutrition for your brain.

8:45-9:00AM

Introductions, Welcoming Remarks &  Statement of Goals

Erich Jarvis

Set the stage of the forum

9:00-9:30AM

Review of ThinkTank History

Tony Reiner

Review history of nomenclature revision effort

9:30-10:30AM

Discussion and Review on Decisions Regarding Rules

Erich Jarvis

Set rules for forum proceedings, decision making about structures, voting and outcomes

10:30-11:00AM

Break and Setting Up Computers

None

Attach and check computer connections, informal discussions among attendees

11:00-11:30AM

Introduction of Below lmd/Basal Ganglia/Subpallium System Terminologies

Erich Jarvis

Overview of the Various Proposals regarding Basal Ganglia/Subpallial Terminology

 

11:30-1:00PM

Presentation of Relevant Data, Tables, Updates to Subpallium and Related BrainsTem Areas. Defining What are the Basal Ganglia regions?

Martin Wild

Brief consideration of relevant data that is either novel or difficult to understand in publications (save archistriatum for later), and changes that persons have made to their proposals. *Write down questions.

1:00-2:00PM

Lunch Outside on Patio, or if Raining, in Searle Center

None

Informal Discussion Continues.

2:00-3:30PM

Open Comments, Questions, & Alternative Ideas for Below lmd Terms

Georg Striedter

Comments and questions from attendees regarding BG nomenclature (5min limit per person, if conversation becomes over bearing)

3:30-4:00PM

Break

None

Informal Discussion

4:00-6:00PM

Vote for Below lmd Terms

Parliamentarian

First approval process, structure by structure or set of structures by set of structures

6:00-7:30PM

Dinner at Searle Center Restaurant

None

Preview of next day. Informal discussions continue.

7:30PM

Evening is Free

Brookwood Van to Hotel

None

Transportation back to Hotel. Can enjoy Durham or Chapel Hill night life if so desire.


 

Avian Nomenclature Forum Schedule: Friday, July 19, 2002 (DAY 2)

TIME

EVENT

MODERATOR

GOAL

8:00AM

Meet at Brookwood Van Outside Hotel

Jarvis Lab Grad Student

Travel from Brookwood Hotel to Duke University’s Searle Center. Also a 15-20 minute walk.

8:10-9:00AM

Breakfast at Searle Center

None

Get sufficient nutrition for your brain.

9:00-10:00AM

Introduction of Above lmd/Pallial System Terminologies

Erich Jarvis

Overview of the various proposals regarding pallial terminology

10:00-11:30AM

Break

None

Informal discussion among attendees. Tour of Duke Neurobiology Department by students.

11:30-12:30PM

Presentation of Relevant Data for Pallium (minus archistriatum), Update to Proposals and Defining Pallial Subdivisions

Matin Wild

Brief consideration of relevant data that is either novel or difficult to understand in publications, and changes that persons have made to their proposals. *Write down questions.

12:30-1:30PM

Lunch Outside on Patio, or if Raining, in Searle Center

None

Informal Discussion Continues

1:30-3:30PM

Open Comments, Questions, & Alternative Ideas, focusing on Wulst and HV Areas

David Perkel

Comments and questions from attendees regarding above lmd structures (5min limit per person, if conversation becomes over bearing)

3:00-3:30PM

Break

None

Informal discussion among attendees

3:30-3:45PM

Consensus Assessment

David Perkel

Assess how close agreement is so that direction of voting and schedule can be modified if necessary

3:45-5:00PM

Vote for Wulst and HV Terms

Parliamentarian

Second approval process, structure by structure or set of structures by set of structures

5:00-6:00PM

Open Comments, Questions, & Alternative Ideas, focusing on Neostriatum and Structures within it

Alice Powers

Open comments from attendees and questions regarding these above lmd structures (5min limit per person, if conversation becomes over bearing).

6:00-7:30PM

Dinner at Searle Center Restaurant

None

Preview of next day. Informal discussions continue.

7:30PM-until

Optional Discussion time on Neostriatum and Archistriatum. Brookwood Van to Hotel

None

Hammering out some differences over drinks. Transportation back to Hotel. Other transportation will be arranged for late participants.

 


Avian Nomenclature Forum Schedule: Saturday, July 20, 2002 (DAY 3)

TIME

EVENT

MODERATOR

GOAL

8:00 AM

Meet at Brookwood Van Outside Hotel

Jarvis Lab Grad Student

Travel from Brookwood Hotel to Duke University’s Searle Center. Also a 15-20 minute walk.

8:10-9:00AM

Breakfast at Searle Center

None

Get sufficient nutrition for your brain.

9:00-9:30AM

Continue Open Comments, Questions, & Alternative Ideas, focusing on Neostriatum and Structures within it

Laura Bruce

Comments, questions & alternatives  from attendees for Neostriatum and structures within it (5min limit per person, if conversation becomes over bearing).

9:30-10:00PM

Vote for Neostriatum Terms and Structures within it

Parliamentarian

Third approval process, structure by structure or set of structures by set of structures

10:00-10:30AM

Break

None

Informal Discussion among Attendees.

10:30-12:00AM

Presentation of Relevant Data for Archistriatum

Ann Butler

Brief consideration of relevant data that is either novel or difficult to understand in publications, and changes that persons have made to their proposals. *Write down questions.

12:00-12:30PM

Open Comment & Alternatives for Archistriatum Terms

Georg Striedter

Comments, questions & alternatives  from Attendees for Archistriatum Terms (5min limit per person, if conversation becomes over bearing)

12:30-1:00PM

Vote for Archistriatum Terms

Parliamentarian

Fourth approval process, structure by structure or set of structures by set of structures

1:00-2:30PM

Lunch at Duke Gardens

None

Informal Discussion Continues

2:30-3:00PM

Assessment of Combined Voted Nomenclature. Does it Make Sense

Erich Jarvis

Presentation of the proposed new regional nomenclature in graphic view. Are there areas that need reassessment.

3:00-4:00PM

Intratelencephalic Laminae/Fiber Tract Terms

Ann Butler

Fith approval process. Comments, questions, alternatives & vote for Intratelencephalic Lamina, Fiber Tracts

4:00-5:00PM

Vocal Nuclei Terms in Vocal Learning Birds

Greg Ball

Fith approval process. Discussion & vote for vocal nuclei terms in Songbirds, Parrots, and Hummingbirds.

5:00-6:00PM

Telencephalic Terms not Much Debate on Homology with Mammals

George Paxinos

Fith approval process. Corticoid, hippocampus, and olfactory areas

6:00-7:00PM

Dinner at Searle Center Restaurant

None

Summarizing in informal discussions.

7:00-8:00PM

Overview of Final New Nomenclature

Erich Jarvis

Andras Csillag

Sixth and final forum approval process, presentation of English and initial Latin versions

8:00-9:00PM

Future Directions of Nomenclature Effort and Publication

Erich Jarvis

Discuss mechanics of dissemination, brain atlases, follow up revisions, feedback from non-attendants, and if another meeting needs to be called.

9:00PM

Brookwood Van to Hotel

None

Transportation back to Hotel. Congratulations on making it through in Nomenclature Prison Camp.

 

Avian Nomenclature Forum Schedule: Sunday, July 21, 2002

TIME

EVENT

MODERATOR

GOAL

Check out before 11AM

Check out of Brookwood Hotel

Jarvis Lab Grad Student

Return home safely.

 

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