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 be presented by anyone, and even co-presented by researchers from different units, e.g. a computationalist and an experimentalist, to increase the 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||Zoom|
|Thursday 14 May, 4:30pm||Creating a False Memory in the Hippocampus||Lorena Andreoli||Zoom|
|Thursday 11 June, 4:30pm||Required growth facilitators propel axon regeneration across complete spinal cord injury||Lina Koronfel||Zoom|
|Thursday 9 July, 4:30pm||A kinematic synergy for terrestrial locomotion shared by mammals and birds||Salvatore Lacava||Zoom|
|Thursday 13 August, 4:30pm||Impact of α-synuclein pathology on transplanted hESC-derived dopaminergic neurons in a humanized α-synuclein rat model of PD||Gordon Arbuthnott||Zoom|
|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|