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Neuronal Circuits Laboratory

The goal of our laboratory is to understand the normal and pathological function of microcircuits of the hippocampal and para-hippocampal regions. In particular, we are interested in the mechanisms underlying diverse forms of neuronal activity, from immature population bursting to hippocampal rhythms and epilepsy

We are interested on how complex spatiotemporal patterns of activity are produced with a special emphasis in the cellular and synaptic rules that govern circuit dynamics. To tackle these questions we use different in vitro and in vivo preparations as platforms to test ideas for the mechanisms of neuronal activity. We also aim to translate our research to clinical activities. Our purpose is to develop tools for analyzing the electrophysiological signals obtained during the clinical evaluation of patients suffering drug-resistant temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE).

Visit opur website for detailed information: http://www.hippo-circuitlab.es


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