Mohit Dubey thesis defense November 14th
Water and ion homeostasis in the developing brain: disease models impacting understanding of physiology
First sub-types of pyramidal neurons in human neocortex revealed
Teams at the VU Amsterdam, EPFL and Hebrew University of Jerusalem achieve next step in disentangling the neuronal circuitry in human neocortex.
NIH Brain Initiative grant with Allen Institute
Huib Mansvelder and his team receive 1.25 million dollar from the NIH for their research on human brain cells.
Hemanth Mohan's thesis defense
Organizational Principles of Human and Rodent Neocortex, March 20, 2017
Thijs Verhoog's paper in Nature Communications
First description of cholinergic modulation of long-term plasticity in human neocortex
Barrel Cortex Function Meeting
On the 19th and 20th of May, our lab hosted the BACOFUN 2016 meeting with renowned keynote speakers including profs. Gordon Fishell, Adam Kepecs, Moritz Helmstaedter, Michael Stryker, Anthony Holtmaat, David Kleinfeld and Josh Huang.
Nature Communications paper on AMPA-R auxiliary subunit Shisa6
Remco Klaassen’s and Jasper Stroeder’s work on the AMPA receptor auxiliary subunit Shisa6 appeared in Nature Communications
Human pyramidal neurons are 3 times larger than mouse and monkey
Hemanth Mohan and Thijs Verhoog published their paper reporting the first full quantitative neuronal morphologies of human pyramidal neurons including dendrites as well as axons.
Two papers in Cerebral Cortex
Christiaan de Kock, Huib Mansvelder and collaborators publish two papers in Cerebral Cortex on the organizational principles of cortex in rat and human.
Grant to theory of critical brain dynamics
The 4-year PhD project is funded by a grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (MaGW, NWO) to Klaus Linkenkaer-Hansen and "Research Talent" Arthur-Ervin Avramiea.