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Matt Nolan – September 13th, 2013
Neuroscience Seminar Series :
Matt Nolan – Chair of Neural Circuits and Computation, University of Edinburgh
‘Synaptic and Circuit Mechanisms for Computation of Location’
Neurons in the entorhinal cortex generate grid like representations of location. These spatial representations co-exist with theta and gamma frequency network oscillations. The synaptic and circuit mechanisms for computing location and for simultaneous generation of network oscillations are unclear. I will talk about experimental and modelling work that in addressing this issue provides evidence that spatial representations and network oscillations originate from shared cellular mechanisms.