Cortical Circuits Group
How does the brain work?
We investigate processes in the brains of awake, behaving animals in order to better understand how the brain works in real time, and reveal the mechanisms underlying perception, learning and memory.
Interneurons are key players in cortical circuits. Parvalbumine positive neurons in red, surrounded by perineuronal nets (condensed extracellular matrix) in green. Photo: (C) Hafting-Fyhn laboratory.
- In vivo electrophysiology from large populations of neurons.
- In vivo multiphoton microscopy of structure and activity.
We have close collaborations with Marianne Fyhn at Department of Biosciences.
We are part of Centre for Integrative Neuroplasticity (CINPLA) - an interdisciplinary consortium uniting experimental neuroscience and computational modelling.