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Open Neurodata Showcase 2023

Meet the scientists who have publicly shared neurophysiology data.


The combined report for NeuroDataReHack 2023 and the Open Neurodata Showcase 2023 is now available online at [PDF (GitHub)] [LaTeX (Overleaf)].

Dates and Location


The DANDI Archive now has 175+ neurophysiology datasets in the Neurodata Without Borders format spanning many species, brain areas, task types, and imaging modalities. These include high-value datasets, e.g., from The Allen Institute, the MICrONS project, and the International Brain Laboratory, as well as diverse contributions from neuroscience labs around the world. In this event, we organize a virtual poster session in the Gather platform to bring together data contributors and anyone interested in reusing existing neurophysiology data. This virtual event offers a unique opportunity for participants to engage in discussions, explore dandisets, and allows data contributors to showcase their projects.


This virtual event is open to anyone interested in neurophysiology data, including but not limited to:


If you are interested in attending the event, register here.

If you are interested in presenting your dandiset(s), register as a presenter at Open Neurodata Showcase 2023 here.

Virtual Data Showcase Agenda

Session Speakers Time: Pacific
Gather space opens to participants   8:55am
Introduction to the virtual data showcase Organizers 9:00-9:20am
Virtual poster session Data Contributors 9:20-10:30am


Posters Speakers
Allen Brain Observatory: Visual Coding Neuropixels Dataset Josh Siegle, Allen Institute
A Brain-Wide Map of Neural Activity during Complex Behaviour Olivier Winter, IBL
MICrONS Two Photon Functional Imaging Paul Fahey, Baylor College of Medicine
The OpenScope Databook Carter Peene, Allen Institute
Three datasets of human single-neuron electrophysiology recordings during working memory and long-term memory tasks Michael Kyzar, Rutishauser Lab
Challenges and neuroethical considerations in sharing human neural data Angelique C Paulk, Massachusetts General Hospital
Data on auditory cortex plasticity and oxytocin neuron responses in co-parental mice Robert Froemke, NYU
Esr1+ hypothalamic-habenula neurons shape aversive states Pierre Le Merre, Karolinska Institutet

Organizing Committee

Program chairs:


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