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Cajal lectures

Lectures during the Cajal course are open to everyone. Venue: CGFB.

Neural circuit basis of computation and behaviour

Details: http://www.bordeaux-school-of-neuroscience.eu/trainings/cajal/cajal-2022/ncbcb-2022/

May 2 – 11:00am
Andreas Frick (University of Bordeaux, France)

May 3 – 9:00am
Fritjof Helmchen (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
Optical imaging approaches to study neural circuits

May 3 – 11:00am
Nikita Vladimirov (University of Zurich, Switzerland)

May 4 – 9:00am
Matteo Carandini (University College London, UK)
Recording from a myriad neurons across the brain

May 4 – 11:00am
Nathalie Rochefort (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Metabolic state dynamically regulates energy usage and coding precision in neocortex

May 5 – 9:00am
Cyril Herry (University of Bordeaux, France)
Decoding defensive systems

May 5 – 10:15am
Daniel Jercog (University of Bordeaux, France)
Prefrontal coding during defensive behaviors

May 5 – 11:20am (remotely)
Nadine Gogolla (Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Germany)
Balancing fear: the role of interoception in emotion regulation

May 7  – 9:00am
Valentina Emiliani (Vision Institute Paris, France)
Holographic manipulation on neuronal circuits

May 7  – 11:00am
Marie Carlen (Karolinska Institute, Sweden)
Structural and functional annotation of the mouse prefrontal cortex

May 9  – 9:00am
Matthew E. Larkum (Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany)
The role of single-cell computation in the cortical network

May 9  – 11:00am
Tommaso Patriarchi (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
High-resolution fluorescence imaging of neuromodulators using genetically encoded fluorescent sensors

May 12  – 9:00am
Megan Carey (Champalimaud Research, Portugal)
Understanding the complex behaviors of the simple cerebellar circuit

May 12  – 11:00am
Rainer Friedrich (Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Switzerland)
Inhibitory connectivity and computations in olfaction

May 13  – 9:00am
Manuel Zimmer (University of Vienna, Austria)
From connectome to function: connectivity features underlying neuronal population dynamics in the nematode C. elegans

May 13  – 11:00am
Athena Akrami (University College London, UK)
How does sensory statistics impact working memory and decision making?

May 16  – 9:00am
Lisa Roux (University of Bordeaux, France)
Hippocampal sharp wave ripples: mechanism and function for place cell coding

May 16  – 11:00am
Pavan Ramdya (Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne – EPFL, Switzerland)
Reverse-engineering Drosophila action selection and movement control

May 17  – 9:00am
Johannes Kohl (Francis Crick Institute, UK)
Flexible circuits for instinctive behaviors

May 17  – 11:00am
Antoine Adamantidis (University of Bern, Switzerland)
All-optical dissection of thalamo-cortical circuit function in sleep

May 18  – 9:00am
Benjamin Grewe (Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich- ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Neural Circuits for hierarchical credit assignment

May 18  – 11:00am
Jean-Sebastien Jouhanneau (Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz – MDC Berlin, Germany)
State dependent functional connectivity in neocortical network

12/05/22