Past Events

Neuroscience with Gordon Arbuthnott

B250 or Zoom

The OIST Neuroscience Club would like to invite you to a special presentation by Prof. Gordon Arbuthnott.  For his last public presentation, he will give a talk about his journey as a neuroscientist: past, present, and future

Emergence of organization and computation in neural circuits


Prof. Dr. Julijana Gjorgjieva 

Assistant Professor in Computational Neuroscience, Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Technical University of Munich

The emergence of organization and computation in neural circuits 

How neural circuits become organized during early postnatal development based on patterns of spontaneous activity and different plasticity mechanisms. Prof. Julijana will show the emergence of organization at the sub-cellular and cellular level and discuss implications for computations implemented by these networks. These theoretical models and simulations are supported by experimental data and make numerous predictions for future experiments.


Zoom link 

Passcode: 959053

[Seminar] Prof. Tatiana Engel: Flexible identification of cognitive computations from spikes

ZOOM Event

Prof. Tatiana Engel

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Engel Laboratory, United States

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[Seminar] Professor Genevieve Konopka: Cell type-specific transcriptional networks in brain evolution and disease

ZOOM Event

Professor Genevieve Konopka

Jon Heighten Scholar in Autism Research

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Inter-Unit Neuroscience Journal Club

Zoom: Meeting ID: 973 6124 8261 Passcode: 877138

Journal Club is open for all neuroscience labs at OIST. 

[Seminar] Intrinsic Reward in Birdsong Learning, Prof. Hahnloser


Professor Richard Hahnloser

Institute of Neuroinformatics,
University of Zurich and ETH Zurich

Zoom link:

Meeting ID: 982 6091 5981

Passcode: 959053

Inter-Unit Neuroscience Journal Club

Zoom: Meeting ID: 973 6124 8261 Passcode: 877138

In our first monthly journal club meeting of 2021, Professor Gordon Arbuthnott of the Brian Mechanisms for Behaviour presents a recently published study: Striatal Bilateral Control of skilled forelimb movement. Everyone is welcome to join online. 

ZOOM SEMINAR (ONOS series): Hippobellum in health and disease: cerebellar influence on the hippocampus


 Hippobellum in health and disease: cerebellar influence on the hippocampus

Prof. Esther Krook-Magnuson, Department of Neuroscience, University of Minnesota

   Time: Thursday, Feb 18 at 10 am            Zoom link: