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Workshop

17.06.22 09:51 AM By Dimitris Pinotsis - Comment(s)
Workshop
-Our Lab is organizing a   workshop for computational, theoretical and cognitive neuroscientists taking place on July 6 at City— Universıty of London.

This hybrid workshop will discuss the state of the art methods in brain imaging and how they inform our understanding of the neura...

2nd most downloaded article

27.05.22 04:57 PM By Dimitris Pinotsis - Comment(s)
2nd most downloaded article

Our latest article in NeuroImage suggesting that 1) electric fields are stable;  and 2)  carry information about memories has been the 2nd most downloaded article from NeuroImage- between April and July 2022.

Electric fields are more reliable for information

16.03.22 05:40 PM By Dimitris Pinotsis - Comment(s)
Electric fields are more reliable for information

Read the MIT News article about our latest paper with colleagues from Picower Institute by clicking here.


New NIH R01 Grant

28.02.22 10:52 AM By Dimitris Pinotsis - Comment(s)
New NIH R01 Grant
Our Lab has been awarded an R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This is a collaboration with MIT's Departments of Biomedical Engineering and Brain and Cognitive Sciences, that aims at developing the next generation fMRI. The project will focus on understanding  a new class o...

Potential explanation of representational drift

19.01.22 12:48 PM By Dimitris Pinotsis - Comment(s)
Potential explanation of representational drift

The preprint can be found here. Abstract below.


Beyond dimension reduction: Stable electric fields emerge from and allow representational drift


It is known that the exact neurons maintaining a given memory (the neural ensemble) change from trial to trial. This raises the question of how the brain a...
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