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New preprint with Dr Adams

11.02.21 01:56 PM By Dimitris Pinotsis - Comment(s)
New preprint with Dr Adams

New Computational Psychiatry preprint with fantastic work on big schizophrenia data by Dr Adams posted on medRxiv .  Abstract below:


Diminished synaptic gain – the sensitivity of postsynaptic responses to neural inputs – may be a fundamental synaptic pathology in schizophrenia. Evidence for this...

New paper

26.11.20 08:22 PM By Dimitris Pinotsis - Comment(s)
New paper

We present a simplified neural mass model for estimating the laminar dynamics that contribute to non-invasively recorded time frequency data. Using two independent MEG datasets, they give evidence for deep cortical layers contributing to inter-individual variability in visually induced oscillations....

New paper

24.09.20 08:35 AM By Dimitris Pinotsis - Comment(s)
New paper

New paper in the Journal of Neuroscience Methods.


Highlights

  • Combinations of compartmental and mean field models needed in the Big Data era.
  • Mathematical proof of a multiscale approach for explaining M/EEG data.
  • M/EEG data can reveal laminar differences in neural dynamics.
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    Videos of CNS*2020 Workshop available online

    13.08.20 06:57 AM By Dimitris Pinotsis - Comment(s)
    Videos of CNS*2020 Workshop available online

    Videos of f our CNS*2020 Workshop on Information Theory are uploaded on YouTube and free for everyone by clicking here .

    CNS*2020 Workshop organized by our Lab and others

    19.07.20 05:07 PM By Dimitris Pinotsis - Comment(s)
    CNS*2020 Workshop organized by our Lab and others

    Together with Miller Lab at MIT and Gallistel Lab at Rutgers we organize a workshop of Information theoretic models in psychology and neuroscience. This is part of CNS*2020 .


    Tuesday 21st July: 09:30 - 13:55 ET / 15:30 - 19:55 CET

    Wednesday 22nd July: 09:00 - 13:55 ET / 15:00 - 19:55 CET


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