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April 2022.      Malinda Tantirigama joins the lab as Einstein post-doc to work together with David McAlpine (Macquarie U, Sidney) on a very exciting project

                       We are very much looking forward to see where he takes this new challenge given his breath of knowledge and wide repetoire of tools.

                       

April 2022       Poppy Barsby and Alexandra Ertman join the lab as master students. But they are familiar faces here since they have been around for a                                 while doing wonderful work!

 

March 2022.    Our DFG Priority Programme "LOOPS: cortico-subcortical interactions for adaptive cognition" has been granted.

                        More on the coming public call soon!

                        https://www.dfg.de/en/service/press/press_releases/2022/press_release_no_05/index.html

                        MORE INFO https://www.brainloops.de/spp2411

March 2022.    Philipp's paper is accepted in Scientific Reports. 

                        van Kronenberg P, Milinski L, Kruschke Z, de Hoz L (2021) Sound disrupts sleep-associated brain oscillations in rodents according to its                                meaning

 

September 2021. Philipp's and Chi's preprints uploaded within 3 minutes from each other!

                         Chen C, Trinh F, Harper N, de Hoz L (2021) Natural sound characteristics explain perceptual categorization. BioRxiv.

                         https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.09.29.462467

 

                         van Kronenberg P, Milinski L, Kruschke Z, de Hoz L (2021) Sound disrupts sleep-associated brain oscillations in rodents according to its                               meaning. BioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.09.29.462343

July 2021.        Our KITP workshop on statistical learning is accepted and online. It will take place June 12th to July 21st 2023 in UCSD, California 

                         https://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/activities/brainlearn23

 

October 2020.  Sharlen's work is published in Nature Communications

                         Oligodendrocytes optimize the reliability of neuronal coding