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Computational Neurobiology Laboratory at the Salk Institute

The long range goal of this laboratory is to understand the computational resources of brains from the biophysical to the systems levels. The central issues being addressed are how dendrites integrate synaptic signals in neurons, how networks of neurons generate dynamical patterns of activity, how sensory information is represented in the cerebral cortex, how memory representations are formed and consolidated during sleep, and how visuo-motor transformations are adaptively organized. Additionally, new techniques have been developed for modeling cell signaling using Monte Carlo methods (MCell) and the blind separation of brain imaging data into functionally independent components (ICA).

URL: http://www.cnl.salk.edu/

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biophysical, brain, cell, cerebral cortex, computational, dendrite, laboratory, memory, model, neuron, signal, sleep, synaptic, transformation, visuo-motor


Computational Neurobiology Lab

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