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Computational Neuroscience Journal Club

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Please join us for our fortnightly journal club online via zoom where two presenters will jointly present a topic together.

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Meeting ID: 894 4347 2052

Password: 840786

The next topic is ‘thalamic control of cortex’ presented by Guillaume Hennequin and Flavia Mancini.

The thalamus has long been regarded as a mere relay station for sensory afferents, with relay to cortex possibly modulated by top-down cortical inputs. However, a new view is emerging, backed by experiments e.g. in the Halassa group, according to which the thalamus entrains with the cortex in order to regulate cortical dynamics, thus supporting cognitive flexibility. We will give a brief introduction to the thalamus, and review some of this recent literature with an attempt to connect it to a few existing models of cortical modulation.

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