Studying neuroscience across different species and modalities
I. Human-machine interfaces lab
Development of non-invasive brain-machine interfaces and corresponding software for various human applications
II. Human epilepsy lab
Investigating cellular and network synchronisation mechanisms of the human neocortex in epileptic and non-epileptic (tumour) patients using both in vivo and postoperative in vitro electrophysiology, two-photon imaging and anatomy.
III. Neural tissue interfacing lab
Discovering the impact of insertion parameters for optimizing neural yield, biocompatibility and quality of multi-channel extracellular recordings.
IV. High-density brain imaging lab
Testing and validation of MEMS-based high-denstity neural sensors for various neurobiological applications
V. Visual systems neuroscience lab
Multi-modal investigation of the complete visual pathway (retina, LGN and visual cortex) in rat, cat and human samples both in vitro and in vivo.
VI. Computational modeling lab
Analysis of complex data from molecular to cultural levels, involving network theory, signal processing and machine learning approaches
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