The primary interest of my group is the understanding of the mechanisms of generation of neuronal rhythmic oscillations in various areas of the brain (e.g., hippocampus, entorhinal cortex, prefrontal cortex, striatum, olfactory bulb) and how this results from the cooperative activity of the dynamic and biophysical properties of the participating neurons, the synaptic connectivity and the network topology. A primary focus of this research is the study of the effects that single cell and network resonances (emergent properties resulting from the interaction between neurons/networks and oscillatory inputs) affect the generation of network oscillations. We use and develop mathematical models, dynamical systems tools and numerical simulations.
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