PhD Thesis Defense by Camille Giacometti

Amygdala and Prefrontal Cortex anatomo- functional dialogue supporting behavioral adaptation in primates Thursday 9th of November 2023 at 2pm, in the amphitheatre of the Institut des Epilepsies (IDEE, Bron) Jury : Emiliano Macaluso (President) Sébastien Bouret Céline Cappe Mehdi Khamassi Julia Sliwa Céline Amiez (supervisor) Fadila Hadj-Bouziane (supervisor) Abstract: My thesis aims to explore how […]

CORTEX Conference by Hongkui Zeng

Director of Allen Institute for Brain Science, Seattle, Washington Wednesday 28th May, 11am, CRNL Amphi Invited by Dehay-Kennedy Team Understanding Brain Cell Type Diversity As part of the BICAN consortium funded by the NIH and led by the Allen Institute for Brain Science , the Dehay-Kennedy team from the SBRI will be hosting Pr Hongkui […]

Atelier de recherche translationnelle en neurosciences – Sommeil et rythmes : de la clinique à la recherche fondamentale

Sommeil et rythmes : de la clinique à la recherche fondamentale Coordinatrices : Christelle Peyron, Laure Peter-Derex, Ouria Dkhissi-Benyahya 23 mai 2023 Amphitéâtre du Vinatier, Bron L’étude du sommeil et des rythmes biologiques est un champ des neurosciences extrêmement actif et la recherche translationnelle y est particulièrement riche. En effet, la compréhension, les investigations et […]

HDR Defense by Nils Kolling

An ecological perspective on the building blocks of intrinsic motivation, decision making, reward learning and sequential planning Tuesday 16th of May, 1pm, SBRI conference room Jury members: Jean-Claude Dreher (President) Mehdi Khamassi (Reporteur) Valentin Wyart (Reporteur) Gerhard Jocham (Reporteur) Mathilde Bonnefond (Jury Member) Irene Cristofori (Jury Member)

PhD Thesis Defense by Salma Ellouze

Long term recovery following a brain lesion during the critical period of plasticity 22nd of May at 2pm in Amphi Physique in Rockefeller Faculty Jury : Kretz-Remy Carole, Professeure des Université, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, Présidente Humbert Sandrine, Directrice de recherche, Université Grenoble-Alpes, Rapporteure Davy Alice, Directrice de recherche, Université Toulouse III Paul Sabatier, […]

Soutenance HDR de Julien Vezoli

Cellular underpinnings of hierarchical processing in the primate brain Mardi 16 Mai (de 10h à 13h) à l’ISCT – Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition, Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier. Jury members: Anne-Lise Giraud, Professor Institut Pasteur, Institut de l’Audition, Paris, France. Nicola Palomero-Gallagher, Professor Jülich Research Center, Universitätsklinikum Düsseldorf, Germany. Frédéric Chavane, Research […]

CORTEX Conference by Jorge Mejias

Faculty of Science, Swammerdam Institute for Life Science, University of Amsterdam Wednesday 10th May, 10am, CRNL Amphi Working memory in computational brain models of human and non-human primates  Working memory is a fundamental cognitive function which allows to transiently store and manipulate relevant information in memory. While it has been traditionally linked to activity in […]

CORTEX Conference by Bruno Bontempi

Aquitaine Institute for Cognitive and Integrative Neuroscience, CNRS UMR 5287, University of Bordeaux Friday 28 April, 11am, CRNL amphi The winding and endless road to systems memory consolidation Our memories are not acquired instantly. Initially labile, they undergo a gradual process of consolidation via which they acquire stability and persistence. According to the traditional theory […]

Conference by Becket Ebitz

Becket Ebitz Department of Neuroscience, Université de Montréal, Canada Tuesday the 4th of April at 11am in the conference room of the SBRI Neurobiology of Mistakes Humans and other animals do not always choose the most rewarding course of action, even when we have ample time and computational resources. Why do we make mistakes? The […]

CORTEX Conference by Alessandra Angelucci

Mary H. Boesche Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences Moran Eye Institute, University of Utah Wednesday 22nd March, 11am to 12amISCMJ Amphi Organization and function of inter-areal feedback connections in early visual processing In the primate visual cortex, information travels along feedforward connections through a hierarchy of areas. Neuronal receptive fields in higher areas become […]