Speaker articles

Take a look at what our Cell-Nerf Symposium: Neurotechnologies speakers have published recently and chat with them about their work in Leuven, Belgium.

Anne Andrews, UCLA, USA
Why monitor molecules in neuroscience?
Serotonin states and social anxiety

György Buzsáki, New York University, USA
Pyramidal Cell-Interneuron Circuit Architecture and Dynamics in Hippocampal Networks
Entorhinal-CA3 Dual-Input Control of Spike Timing in the Hippocampus by Theta-Gamma Coupling

Edward Callaway, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, USA
Brain technology: Neurons recorded en masse
Three Types of Cortical Layer 5 Neurons That Differ in Brain-wide Connectivity and Function

Megan Carey, Champalimaud Research, Portugal
Transient inhibition and long-term facilitation of locomotion by phasic optogenetic activation of serotonin neurons

Eddie Chang, University of California, San Francisco, USA
Intonational speech prosody encoding in the human auditory cortex

John Donoghue, Wyss Center, Switzerland
Restoration of reaching and grasping movements through brain-controlled muscle stimulation in a person with tetraplegia: a proof-of-concept demonstration

Tim Harris, Janelia Research Campus, USA
Fully integrated silicon probes for high-density recording of neural activity

Stephanie Lacour, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Optical cuff for optogenetic control of the peripheral nervous system

Jin Hyung Lee, Stanford, USA
Studying Brain Circuit Function with Dynamic Causal Modeling for Optogenetic fMRI

Michel Maharbiz, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Wireless Recording in the Peripheral Nervous System with Ultrasonic Neural Dust

Myriam Pannetier-Lecoeur, CEA, CNRS, University Paris-Saclay, France
In Vivo Magnetic Recording of Neuronal Activity

Kaspar Podgorski, Janelia Research Campus, USA
Brain heating induced by near-infrared lasers during multiphoton microscopy

John Rogers, University of Illinois, USA
Flexible Near-Field Wireless Optoelectronics as Subdermal Implants for Broad Applications in Optogenetics

Simon Schultz, Imperial College London, UK
Robotic Automation of In Vivo Two-Photon Targeted Whole-Cell Patch-Clamp Electrophysiology

Thomas Stieglitz, Bernstein Center Freiburg, Germany
Dynamic reconfiguration of cortical functional connectivity across brain states

Ilaria Testa, Karolinska Institutet Science Park, Sweden
Nanoscopy of living brain slices with low light levels

Tony Zador, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA
High-Throughput Mapping of Single-Neuron Projections by Sequencing of Barcoded RNA

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