Agenda & Actualités






Hottopic
23/11/2011 09h00
Vera lucia PINHEIRO Vera lucia PINHEIRO from Montcouquiol's lab will present the hottopic. Project: Characterization of Scrib1 protein interactions in synapses and their importance for Autism Spectrum Disorders

Séminaire
21/11/2011 11h30
Thomas S. Reese

Lieu: Seminar room

Thomas S. Reese (NIH)invitation des étudiants de l'IINS



Séminaire
18/11/2011 12h00
Gaetano Donofrio

Lieu: Salle de conférence de la PGF

Gaetano Donofrio
A new oncolytic viral vector for brain gliomas therapy. , une invitation de Giovanni Marsicano




Hottopic
09/11/2011 09h00
Vincent DUCOURNEAU Vincent DUCOURNEAU from Oliet's lab will present the hottopic. Project: Reactive astroglia and chronic pain

Séminaire
09/11/2011 11h30
Laurent Motron

Lieu: Salle de conférence de la PGF

Laurent MOTRON M.D; Ph.D spécialisé dans ses axes de recherches et publications, dans le traitement de l'information dans l'autisme, particulièrement les surfonctionnements perceptifs.

Invitation Anouck Amestoy




Lieu: Salle de conférence de la PGF

Sarvestani et coll. (2011) The arbitration–extension hypothesis: a hierarchical interpretation of the functional organization of the basal ganglia. Front System Neurosci 5:1-11, présenté par Martin Guthrie (Equipe Thomas Boraud, IMN).


Pour plus de détails: http://www.inb.u-bordeaux2.fr/siteneuro2/pages/Journal_Club/Neurocomput/neurocompu.php



Lieu: Salle de conférence de la PGF

Vous êtes tous cordialement invités, étudiants, chercheurs, universitaires à assister à cette conférence "Bone marrow stem cells to the rescue of brain diseases". Plateforme de Génétique Fonctionnelle , Université Bordeaux 2 . Une invitation de Klaus Petry et d'Agnès Nadjar



Pour plus de détails: http://www.inb.u-bordeaux2.fr/siteneuro2/pages/Lundisemin/archisemin/archiSemin11/Rivest.php


Hottopic
02/11/2011 09h00
Luigi BELLOCCHIO Luigi BELLOCCHIO from Marsicano's lab will present the hottopic. Project: CB1 blockade and reduction of food intale: interaction between peripheral lipid sensing and central satiety signals


Lieu: Seminar room

A Blueprint for Neocortex

Every thought, every idea, every memory, every decision, and every action we have to make, arises from the activity of neurons in our brains. The results of some of this activity surround us: household objects, books, technology and art. Of all brain structures, the neocortex, which forms over 80% of the volume of the human brain is, arguably, the most critical structure to what makes us human. This is a paradox, because the local circuits of the neocortex, are assumed to be very similar in all mammals, from mouse to man. We have suggested that the neocortex is built of ‘canonical’ circuits that are optimized for a class of 'algorithm' that can be implemented for the full range of demands of behaviour, including perception, cognition, and action. Testing this hypothesis requires that we describe the blueprint and operations of the basic circuit – more easily said than done – but nevertheless we have made significant progress in describing in detail the circuit of the cat’s visual cortex. This work has already revealed some basic design principles and it suggests some of the basic computations that could explain the computational robustness of neocortex.


Pour plus de détails: http://www.inb.u-bordeaux2.fr/siteneuro2/pages/Lundisemin/archisemin/archiSemin11/Martin.php