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Computational Neuroscience Journal Club

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Puria Radmard.

Please join us for our Computational Neuroscience journal club on Wednesday 5th June at 2pm UK time in the CBL seminar room.

The title is “Learnable latent embeddings for joint behavioural and neural analysis”, presented by Changmin Yu and Puria Radmard.


After some introduction to dimensionality reduction and manifold discovery in neuroscience, Changmin and Puria will present CEBRA . CEBRA a nonlinear manifold embedding method that can explicitly and flexibly leverage joint behaviour and neural data for uncovering neural dynamics. CEBRA yields more consistent latent representations across sessions, animals, and recording modalities, and the inferred latents can be used for decoding. The utility of CEBRA is demonstrated for both calcium and electrophysiology datasets, across sensory and motor tasks, and in simple or complex behaviours across species.

This talk is part of the Computational Neuroscience series.

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