Ausra Saudargiene, PhD

Coordinator, Neuroscience Institute, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas, Lithuania

The Computational Neuroscience group, headed by Prof. Ausra Saudargiene, focuses on computational modeling of synaptic plasticity in hippocampus and cortex in health and in neurodegenerative disorders. Prof. Ausra Saudargiene developed biophysical and molecular models of synaptic plasticity in hippocampus and cortex, analyzed memory encoding and retrieval in hippocampal CA1 microcircuit.

Key Publications:
Saudargiene A, Graham BP. Factors affecting STDP learning rules in the ...

Hélène Marie, PhD

Hélène Marie, PhD

Institut de Pharmacologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire, Valbonne, France

Dr Hélène Marie’s team is interested in understanding how physiological and pathological conditions shape neuronal plasticity. We have an integrated approach to delineate how molecular changes translate into behavioural outcomes. We have strong expertise in in vitro electrophysiology on brain slices (field and patch clamp recordings) and in behaviour. We use viral approaches for in vivo protein expression as well as transgenic lines to alter brain molecular mechanisms. We are also currently developing ...

Michele Migliore, PhD

Prof Michele Migliore

Institute of Biophysics, Palermo, Italy

Over the past 30 years the Computational Neuroscience Laboratory of CNR-IBF, headed by Prof. Michele Migliore, has been involved in the development and implementation of computational models of complex systems.

The broad long-term goal is to investigate, using realistic models and state of the art simulations techniques, the basic processes underlying the nervous system functions and dysfunctions. In close interdisciplinary collaboration with leading experimental laboratories, we investigate neuronal networks and single neurons at ...

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