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Hippocampal rhythms

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Dr. Ole Paulson, from the Neural Oscillations Group, University of Oxford, is visiting Cambridge and will be delivering a special lecture on hippocampal rhythms.

This lecture is free to attend and registration is not required.

Research: Ole’s group is interested in the cellular basis of information processing in the mammalian brain. Their ambition is to elucidate the neural code for memory, i.e. how information is encoded, stored and retrieved in neuronal networks of the brain. To that end, they study the rules of synaptic plasticity at the cellular and network levels during physiologically relevant network activity using electrophysiology and imaging techniques.

Biosketch: Ole Paulsen gained a medical degree and a doctorate from the University of Oslo, Norway, before taking up a Departmental Lectureship in the Department of Pharmacology, Oxford, in 1994. During the years 1996-99, he was also a Junior Research Fellow at Wadham College. He was appointed University Lecturer in the University Laboratory of Physiology in 2000, associated with a Fellowship at Keble College.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Neuroscience Seminars series.

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