Ankur Sinha's journal club session on the role of inhibition in structural plasticity of neural circuits.
Author: Ankur Sinha
Ankur Sinha's discusses the paper, 'Associative properties of structural plasticity based on firing rate homeostasis in a balanced recurrent network of spiking neurons (Gallinaro and Stefan (arxiv pre-print: 2017)'.
Ankur Sinha's journal club session where he discusses the paper, "Loss of sensory input causes rapid structural changes of inhibitory neurons in adult mouse visual cortex (Keck et al. (2011))".
Ankur Sinha's journal club session where he discusses the pre-print paper, "Multi-contact synapses for stable networks: a spike-timing dependent model of dendritic spine plasticity and turnover (Deger, M., Seeholzer, A., Gerstner, W. (2016))"
Ankur Sinha's journal club session on the opposing effects of neuronal activity on structural plasticity
Gui Valente from UNESP-Brazil joins us for a special journal club session.
Felix Effenberger joins us for a special journal club session where he discusses preliminary results on the statistics of the branching structure of dendritic trees.Tagged as : Dendritic topology
Ankur Sinha's journal club session where he speaks about dendritic computation.Tagged as : Dendritic computation
Michael Schmuker joins us for a special journal club session where he speaks about his research work related to olfactory processing. Abstract within.
This session has been moved to 11th of March.
Ankur Sinha's journal club session on homoeostasis structural plasticity and cortical reorganization after focal retinal lesions.
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