You are invited to attend two seminars given by our faculty candidate on Monday next week.


Dr. Holger Dannenberg

Postdoc Associate, Dept. of Psychological and Brain Sciences

Boston University


Research Seminar

Date:  Monday, February 8

Time:  12:00-1:00 pm with Q&A session following

Title:    Neural dynamics underlying the coding of location and running speed in the medial entorhinal cortex

(see details on attached flyer)


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Meeting ID: 988 0549 4005

Passcode: 454698



Teaching Seminar

Date:  Monday, February 8

Time:  3:00-4:00 pm

Title:   Recording neural representations of space and time


After this lecture, students will be able to define episodic memory and name the most important brain structures supporting the formation of new episodic memories. Students will be able to explain how neuronal spikes can be measured in the extracellular space around neurons. They will be able to explain how tetrodes can be used to record the spiking activity of a single neuron. Last, students will be introduced to examples of single unit recordings with tetrodes in the hippocampus of freely moving rodents and students will learn that spiking activity in the hippocampus can be interpreted as a neural “code” for space and time. 


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Meeting ID: 952 3747 9176

Passcode: 884428



We appreciate your attendance.







Carol McHugh

Academic Program Assistant

Department of Bioengineering

3100 Peterson Family Health Services Hall