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From 9/9/2019 to 9/9/2019
Brice Bathlier from NeuroPSI/CNRS will give a talk at NeuroSpin on September 9th.
He's interested in understanding the neural basis of sensory perception in mice using a broad spectrum of techniques and viewpoints such as high-precision, large-scale neuronal networks recordings, optogenetics, computational neuroscience and mouse behavior.
Driving perception by direct activation of neural
ensembles in cortex is a necessary step for achieving a causal understanding of
the neural code for auditory perception and developing central sensory
rehabilitation methods. Here, using optogenetic manipulations during an
auditory discrimination task in mice, we show that auditory cortex can be
short-circuited by coarser pathways for simple sound identification. Yet, when
the sensory decision becomes more complex, involving temporal integration of
information, auditory cortex activity is required for sound discrimination and
targeted activation of specific cortical ensembles changes perceptual decisions
as predicted by our readout of the cortical code. Hence, auditory cortex
representations contribute to sound discriminations by refining decisions from
11.00 - 12.00
Colloquium | Agenda |
Crédit Agricole Massy-Palaiseau - 44 bis rue de la Division Leclerc - Massy
On November 17, 2020, the Life Sciences Division (SDV Paris-Saclay) invites you to its second edition of Meet My Platform | Université Paris-Saclay, co-organized with Genopole®. Two researchers working at the Institute, Jean-François Mangin (NeuroSpin) and Etienne Thevenot (DMTS), will be among the speakers at the plenary session "Genomics, post-genomics; what progress for tomorrow?"
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.