I'm co-chairing the trainee-only portion of the Inhibition in the CNS conference this July in the Swiss Alps. If you study GABA in any way, come join us! Apply at https://www.grc.org/inhibition-in-the-cns-grs-conference/2023/ by April 9th to be considered for a talk. #conference
How we define these ensembles is somewhat based in physiology, but largely based on analysis preferences and experimental conditions.
Different ensemble views can lead to vastly different conclusions, and particularly fascinating findings have arisen from recent papers that examine coding from multiple views.
How neurons represent navigational variables is studied at a wide range of ensemble scales - from single neurons to small groups to whole populations. We divided them into 6 views.
Hello 👋 time for an 🐘 #introduction
I'm a neuroscientist at Stanford in @giocomo's lab studying how neural firing sequences in entorhinal cortex evolve over learning. I'm also the co-chair of the Inhibition in the CNS Gordon seminar in 2023 https://emilyjon.es/grs/. I love studying all things #inhibition, spatial learning and memory, and #Alzheimer's disease.
Also I have a dog named Heimdall, king potato and president of derpistan.
Postdoc studying sequences in entorhinal cortex 🐭🧠 at Stanford | AP Giannini Fellow | interneuron enthusiast, sharp-wave ripple lover & code junkie | she/her
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