Rebecca will be presenting the work she conducted for her masters thesis titled 'How the Olfactory Bulb processes naturalistic time-varying inputs'.
Christoph Metzner's journal club session on the role of intraglomerular circuits in shaping temporally structured responses to naturalistic inhalation-driven sensory input to the olfactory bulb.
Applications are invited for PhD studentships at the Biocomputation Research Group. Details within.
James Bower joins us for a special journal club session where he discusses olfactory processing.Tagged as : Olfaction
A funded PhD position at the Biocomputation group is available. The shortlisting process begins 30 May, 2016. Details within.
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.
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