Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences hosts Neuroscientists once a week to present their recent study.
The Weekly Seminar takes place at Classroom 2004, Goodman building.
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|Prof. György Buzsáki||Skewed Organization of Brain Dynamics|
|Prof. Ari Rappoport||A Comprehensive Mechanistic Biological Theory of Brain Function|
|Dr. Rita Schmidt||Towards high spatial and/or temporal resolution fMRI at ultra-high field 7T human MRI|
|Dr. Nao Tsuchiya||A search of an isomorphism between conscious experience and structure of information: an interdisciplinary program|
|Dr. Oren Forkosh||The Neurobiology of Personality: Computational Approach to Connect Genes, Behavior, and Individuality|
|Prof. Opher Donchin||Noise, learning, and knowing in the motor system|
|Prof. Michael Shadlen||A premotor circuit responsible for flexible decision making|
|Prof. Noa Ofen||Development of memory systems in the human brain|
|Prof. Daniela Kaufer||Hippocampal plasticity shaping stress vulnerability|
|Dr. Hiromasa Takemura||Using diffusion-weighted MRI to measure white matter pathways in the visual system|
|Dr. Yuval Nir||Sensory disconnection across sleep, anesthesia, and cognitive lapses: The role of reduced noradrenaline signaling|
|Prof. Jackie Schiller||Cell type specific computation in primary motor cortex|
|Prof. Suzana Herculano-Houzel||Whatever works: the many ways to build a brain|
|Dr. Shir Atzil||Growing a social brain|
|Prof. Yael Hanein||Wearable high resolution electrophysiology in freely behaving humans|