Duda Kvitsiani’s visit

Duda visited us and we conducted a successful one-day acute experiment – with a chronic silicon probe inserted in the auditory cortex. It was a great group effort! Duda also gave a seminar: Title: “Foraging decisions in flies and mice” Abstract: Foraging for food and energy resources is fundamental for animal survival. Therefore it is…

Gergo Orban’s seminar

To kickstart 2017, let me invite you to a seminar lecture by Gergo Orban (Wigner Research Center for Physics, Hung. Acad. Sci.) to be held in the KOKI lecture room on 5 Jan at 11 am. Orban’s group aims to understand the computational principles underlying sensory processing. The speaker is a Lendulet Research Fellow and…

DARE grant

Duda Kvitsiani and Balazs Hangya got the DARE grant! The project is entitled: “Electrophysiological recordings and manipulation of single neurons in behaving animals”. Electrophysiological methods have the necessary temporal resolution to capture the microsecond timescale of neuronal firing; however, spatial information about the exact location of the recorded cells has been proven hard to extract…

Our poster at FENS

Hangyalab had it’s first FENS poster in Copenhagen! Bursting cholinergic neurons of the basal forebrain show synchronous activity in an auditory detection task Tamás Laszlovszky 1 1Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Department of Cellular and Network Neurobiology Lendület Laboratory of Systems Neuroscience, Budapest, Hungary Tamás Laszlovszky 2 2Pázmány Péter Catholic…