“Bestimmen die Gene unser Leben – oder wir selbst?”
We show that pyramidal neurons in superficial layers of the prefrontal cortex are key elements causing disorganized oscillatory entrainment of local circuits in beta-gamma frequencies.
ERC-funded postdoctoral position
We are happy to welcome 3 new people to our lab!!
We compare the development of the prefrontal-hippocampal network across 6 different mouse models of mental illness.
In it, we identify ephys features that in both mice and humans closely track proxies of anesthesia depth:
New articel about our recent PLOS Biology paper about coordinated activity in the developing olfactory bulb- entorhinal cortex network is published in lab animal The noses have it: murine brain development starts with a smell (Ellen P. Neff)
Chronic boosting of early oscillatory activity in neonatal prefrontal cortex leads to premature dendritic growth, as well as impaired gamma activity.
New article in Science Trends about our recent publication about the developing olfactory bulb
We are happy to announce that Prof. Dr. Ileana Hanganu-Opatz was elected as member of the board of directors of the international brain bee. Brain Bee