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Stanley Lab welcomes rotating student Nmachi Anumba

The Stanley Lab is excited to welcome Nmachi Anumba for the spring semester as a rotating student through the NIH/NIBIB Training in Computational Neural Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory training grant.  Nmachi recently permanently joined the Keilholz Laboratory at Emory. Congratulations Nmachi!

 

Stanley Lab welcomes rotating student Kyle Thomas

The Stanley Lab is excited to welcome Kyle Thomas for the Fall 2019 semester as a rotating student through the new neuroengineering training grant: NIH/NIBIB Training in Computational Neural Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory.  Kyle recently permanently joined the Sober Laboratory in Emory Neuroscience. Congratulations Kyle!

Stanley and Rozell Labs Jointly Awarded New $1.6M CRCNS award

Advances in modern technology have made it possible to precisely measure and manipulate neurons and neural circuits to read and write brain activity at the same time, enabling communication with the brain in the fast timescale on which it operates. The Rozell and Stanley labs are doing just that together in our project, called “Closed-Loop Computational Neuroscience for Causally Dissecting Circuits.” This project just received a $1.6 million, five-year award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)/National Institutes of Neurological Disorders and stroke (NINDS) through a long-standing and innovative NSF/NIH partnership in the Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience (CRCNS) program. Read more about it here.

Society for Neuroscience Meeting 2019

Sunday Oct 20, 2019 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Peter Borden will present “Thalamic modulation and the shaping of cortical sensory representations in the awake and anesthetized mouse” at Poster Number: 221.19/J21

Authors: P. Y. B. Borden, N. C. Wright, A. J. Sederberg, C. Waiblinger, B. Haider, G. B. Stanley
Session Title: Touch: Thalamic-Cortical Processing
Location: McCormick Place: Hall A

Tuesday Oct 22, 2019 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Caleb Wright will present “Rapid sensory adaptation in the thalamocortical network of the mouse and the relative contribution of synaptic depression” at Poster Number: 485.22/L8

Authors: C. Wright, P. Y. Borden, Y. Liew, M. F. Bolus, W. Stoy, C. R. Forest, G. B. Stanley
Session Title: Touch: Transduction and Stimulus Encoding
Location: McCormick Place: Hall A