Inter-Unit Neuroscience Journal Club
The Inter-unit Neuroscience Journal Club aims to host engaging, broad discussions on neuroscience topics from across the spectrum of neuroscience research at OIST. Papers can presented by anyone, and even co-presented by researchers from different units, e.g. a computationalist and an experimentalist, to increase diversity of scientific thought and discussion. All staff, students, and visitors are welcome to attend, irrespective of unit or research area.
Organisers: Tom Burns (firstname.lastname@example.org) and M. ElTabbal (email@example.com).
|Thursday 12 March, 4:30pm||Isolated cortical computations during delta waves support memory consolidation||Tom Burns||
C209, Ctr Bldg
|Thursday 9 April, 4:30pm||Nested neuronal dynamics orchestrate a behavioral hierarchy across timescales||M. ElTabbal||B700, Lab 3|
|Thursday 14 May , 4:30pm||Gaston Sivori||C700, Lab 3|
|Thursday 11 June, 4:30pm||Lorena Andreoli||C700, Lab 3|
|Thursday 9 July, 4:30pm||C700, Lab 3|
|Thursday 13 August, 4:30pm|
|Thursday 10 September, 4:30pm||Sarah Nagasawa||C209, Ctr Bldg|
|Thursday 8 October, 4:30pm||Jorge I. Campos||C209, Ctr Bldg|
|Thursday 12 November, 4:30pm||Samuel Reiter||C700, Lab 3|
|Thursday 13 June, 4:00pm||Why Neurons Have Thousands of Synapses, a Theory of Sequence Memory in Neocortex||Tom Burns & M. ElTabbal||
B700, Lab 3
|Thursday 17 July, 4:00pm||Thalamocortical Axonal Activity in Motor Cortex Exhibits Layer-Specific Dynamics during Motor Learning||M. ElTabbal||B700, Lab 3|