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PhD student position in Cellular Neuroenergetics
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Department Biology II, Division of Neuroscience, PD Dr. Lars Kunz
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PhD student/postdoc in Sensory and Behavioral Neuroscience
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PhD-Symposium - Bernstein Conference 2018
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Post-Doctoral position in the group of Bernhard Seeber
Post-doctoral Research Scientist in Cochlear Implant Research, Psychoacoustics and Virtual Acoustics
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Post-Doctoral position in the group of Anton Sirota
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PostDoc position for psychophysics in audio-visual virtual reality
in the group of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Seeber
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Psychophysical evidence for auditory motion parallax - new publication by Genzel et al.
Daria Genzel, Michael Schutte, W. Owen Brimijoin, Paul R. MacNeilage, and Lutz Wiegrebe
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Science Days 2018 - join us!
Listen and experience what your brain can do. At the Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience at Europa Park Rust.
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Spike Afterpotentials Shape In Vivo Burst Activity - new publication by Csordás et al.
Depolarizing afterpotentials (DAPs) are frequently observed in principal neurons from slice preparations of rodent medial entorhinal cortex (MEC), but their functional role in vivo is unknown. Analyzing whole-cell data from mice running on virtual tracks, we show that DAPs do occur during behavior. Cells with prominent DAPs are found in Layer II; their interspike intervals (ISIs) reflect DAP time-scales. In contrast, neither the rarely bursting cells in Layer III, nor the high-frequency bursters in Layer II, have a DAP. Extracellular recordings from mice exploring real 2D arenas demonstrate that grid cells within these three groups have similar spatial coding properties. We conclude that DAPs shape the temporal response characteristics of principal neurons in MEC with little effect on spatial properties.
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Subpolulations of Place Fields - new publication by Haas et al.
Olivia V Haas, Josephine Henke, Christian Leibold, Kay Thurley
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