David Hansel, Carole Levenes , Visou Ady, Jorge Alliende, Takafumi Arakaki, Alessandro Barri, Zedong Bi, Ran Darshan, David Dubayle, Michael Elbaz, Gianluigi Mongillo, Omri Harish, , Frédéric Jarlier, Arthur Leblois, Pidoux Ludivine, Carl van Vreeswijk, Bill Wood
Neuronal networks in the Central Nervous System are highly dynamic. They display changes in the activity of their neurons, in their constitutive elements as well as in their anatomical and functional organization on a bewildering range of timescales. In order to understand therefore how the brain develops behavior, researchers must look at the complete characterization of these dynamics, as well as how they interplay.
Our research group, Cerebral Dynamics , is an interdisciplinary team composed of experimentalists and theoreticians who investigate cellular and network dynamics in cortex, cerebellum and basal ganglia. Through our research, we seek to understand the cellular and network basis of sensory information processing, movement generation,, learning, working memory and decision making. We address these issues in relation to functions but also to dysfunctions like absence epilepsy, Parkinson disease, autism and schizophrenia.
We actively collaborate with experimentalists and theoreticians in France (Paris, Bordeaux, Montpellier, Toulouse) and abroad (Chicago, Goettingen, Heifei in China, Kyoto and Seattle). Our team is also an essential component of the France-Israel Laboratory of Neuroscience (Paris-Bordeaux-Haifa-Jerusalem,Rehovot)..
Our research is supported by grants from the French “Agence Nationale de la Recherche”, by European Grants as well as by fundings from the CNRS and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Dernière mise à jour le lundi 8 avril 2013