Cerebellum Journal Club
The cerebellum journal club is a biweekly/monthly journal club on theoretical, computational, and experimental topics related to the cerebellum. At each journal club, one presenter gives a 30~45 minutes presentation on a paper, following by a short discussion on this paper.
The journal club usually takes place at 4 pm on Tuesday. According to the OIST COVID policy, current presentations are organized using Zoom meetings.
We welcome everyone to present and/or discuss cerebellum related topics at the journal club. If you would like to give a presentation or join the discussion, please contact the organizer.
Weiliang Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Salvatore Lacava (email@example.com)
|Jan. 26th||Direct translation of climbing fiber burst-mediated sensory coding into post-synaptic Purkinje cell dendritic calcium||Guo Da||nRIM||Zoom|
|Mar. 9th||Cerebellar granule cells acquire a widespread predictive feedback signal during motor learning||Christopher Roome||ONU||Zoom|
|Mar. 23rd||Cortical Synaptic AMPA Receptor Plasticity during Motor Learning||Sarah Yukie Nagasawa||CNU||Zoom|
|Apr. 20th||Spatial and Temporal Locomotor Learning in Mouse Cerebellum||Salvatore Lacava||nRIM||Zoom|
|Jul. 2nd||Branch specific Dendritic Computation in a Purkinje Cell (CNS presentation trial)||Gabriela Capo Rangel||CNU||Zoom|