FEBRUARY 25
10-00 TO 11-00 EST

Balázs Rózsa
Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungary
https://rozsalab.eu/

Sharp-wave ripple events induce complex dendritic spikes in parvalbumin interneurons in behaving mice

FEBRUARY 18
10-00 TO 11-00 EST

Sebastien Royer
Korea Institute of Science and Technology,
South Korea
https://bsi.kist.re.kr/dt_team/sebastien-royer

How the mapping of the space by place cells develops with experience?

FEBRUARY 11
10-00 TO 11-00 EST

Altered connectivity of PV interneurons in autism-related phenotypes

FEBRUARY 4
10-00 TO 11-00 EST

Karri Lamsa
University of Szeged, Hungary
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Karri_Lamsa2

High-accuracy signaling and plasticity in the human basket cells

JANUARY 21
10-00 TO 11-00 EST

Mechanistic insights into synaptic microcircuit imbalance in Alzheimer’s disease

JANUARY 14
10-00 TO 11-00 EST

Lisa Topolnik
CRCHUQ-Laval University Research Centre, Canada
http://www.crchudequebec.ulaval.ca/en/research/researchers/lisa-topolnik/

Cortical disinhibitory circuits: cell types, connectivity and function

December 17, 2020
10-00 to 11-00 EST

Attila Losonczy
Columbia University, USA
https://www.losonczylab.org/

The “Hippocampal Triad”: Excitatory, Inhibitory, and Modulatory Underpinnings of Episodic Learning and Memory

December 10, 2020
10-00 to 11-00 EST

Mark Brandon
McGill University, Canada
https://douglas.research.mcgill.ca/mark-brandon

Spatial and temporal dynamics of hippocampal representations

December 3, 2020
10-00 to 11-00 EST

Richardson Leao 
Brain Institute, UFRN, Brazil
https://neuro.ufrn.br/institute/members/investigators/richardson.leao

A noncanonical auditory pathway modulates theta oscillations and place cell activity in the hippocampus

November 19, 2020
10-00 to 11-00 EST

Kai-Florian Storch
McGill University, Canada
https://douglas.research.mcgill.ca/kai-florian-storch

Beyond the circadian clock: the neural substrates of arousal rhythms and their relation to psychopathology

October 22, 2020
11-00 to 12-00 EST

Igor Timofeev
Laval University,  CERVO Research Center, Canada
https://cervo.ulaval.ca/en/igor-timofeev

Is human a good model
to study mice sleep 2?