Have you heard?
Western University's BrainsCAN initiative has created a new online touchscreen behavioral research community for touchscreen users, the touchscreen-curious and anyone interested in rodent behavioral science.
Touchscreencognition.org is a virtual space for the worldwide community of touchscreen users to discuss and collaborate on behavioral testing. It's about sharing knowledge and data to bring rodent cognition into the open science era. On the touchscreen wall, you can post papers, posters, events, news items, talks, resources and anything you'd like to share with the community. Current conversations include coding tasks, putting together panels of tasks, and integrating technologies like optogenetics, miniscopes, and fibre photometry.
Join the conversation. Register for free to chat with other researchers, access relevant publications, and learn about touchscreen-related events and training opportunities.
Dr. Tim Bussey and Dr. Marco Prado
Rodent Cognition Core, BrainsCAN
Western University Canada
* Touchscreencognition.org and the BrainsCAN initiative are programs of Western University and are not directly affiliated with Lafayette Instrument Company.