Human Single Neuron Meeting 2022

We are delighted to welcome you to the 6th International Human Single Neuron Meeting, which will take place November 10-11, 2022 at the University of California, Los Angeles

This meeting is by design scheduled immediately prior to SFN in San Diego, allowing participants to travel to the west coast only once. The event will consist of two full days of talks, posters and short talks selected from an open call, exhibits from our sponsors, and opportunities for networking and interaction.

Meeting summary: The goal of the meeting is to hear about new exciting results and developments in the field of human single-neuron recordings as well as closely adjacent work, including related animal and other human work.

Topics: Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: memory, learning, attention, language, faces, executive function, motor control, brain-machine interfaces, mechanisms (oscillations, inter-areal interactions), pathophysiology of disease, multi-species comparisons, multi-modal comparisons, techniques including electrode development, analysis techniques, new computational methods, new processing tools applicable to human data, new surgical techniques, work based on ex-vivo human slices or tissue (single-cell sequencing, recordings), and ethics as it relates to work with human participants or tissue.

Call for abstracts: Acceptance notices for submissions for talks and posters were sent out on 8/25.

Registration: Registration is now closed (deadline was 10/31). Thank you all for the very strong interest, we very much look forward to seeing you all soon! If you registered but cannot make it anymore, please let us know so we can release spots to others who couldn't register.

Organizing and program committee: Ueli Rutishauser, Chair (Cedars-Sinai/Caltech), Nanthia Suthana (UCLA), Itzhak Fried (UCLA), Richard Andersen (Caltech), Gabriel Kreiman (Boston Children's/Harvard).

Program summary: The program brochure summarizes the program and will be provided as a hand-out upon check in.

For administrative queries, contact Michael Kyzar at
For programmatic queries, contact Ueli Rutishauser at