Theoretical Neuroscience Journal Club
Spring 2017 - APPL 595B
Organizers: Jean-Marc Fellous and Kevin Lin
Meetings are in Math 514, Mondays 12:00pm-12:50pm.
- Jan 30th, 2017: Jean-Marc
Introduction to Computational Neuroscience
- Feb 6th: Yaohui
McNaughton, Battaglia, Jensen, EI Moser and M-B Moser. Path integration and the neural basis of the ‘cognitive map’. Nature Neuroscience, 2006. <PUBMED><PDF>.
Howard et al. 2014. The Hippocampus and Entorhinal Cortex Encode the Path and Euclidean Distances to Goals during Navigation. <PDF>.
see also: Shrager et al, 2008.
Neural basis of the cognitive map: Path integration does not require hippocampus or entorhinal cortex. <PDF>.
see also: Mittelstaedt and
Mittelstaedt 1980. Homing by path integration in a mammal. <PDF>.
- Feb 13th: David
Chalmers, Luczakand and Gruber. Computational Properties of the Hippocampus Increase the Efficiency of Goal-Directed Foraging through Hierarchical Reinforcement Learning, 2016. <PUBMED><PDF>
- Feb 20th: Aaron
Erdem and Hasselmo. A biologically inspired hierarchical goal directed navigation model, 2014. <PUBMED><PDF>.
- Feb 27th: Michael
Navratilova, Godfrey, and McNaughton. Grids from bands, or bands from grids? An examination of the effects of single unit contamination on grid cell firing fields, 2016. <PUBMED><PDF>.
- March 6th: Brian
Knierim and Neunuebel. Tracking the flow of hippocampal computation: Pattern separation, pattern completion, and attractor dynamics, 2016. <PUBMED><PDF>.
- March 20th: David
Keinath. The Preferred Directions of Conjunctive Grid X Head Direction Cells in the Medial Entorhinal Cortex Are Periodically Organized, 2016.<PUBMED><PDF>.
- March 27th: Zhuocheng
Bonnevie, Dunn, Fyhn, Hafting, Derdikman, Kubie, Roudi, Moser, and Moser. Grid cells require excitatory drive from the hippocampus, 2013. <PUBMED><PDF>
Roudi and Moser. Grid cells in an inhibitory network, 2014. <PUBMED><PDF>.
Buetfering, Allen, and Monyer. Parvalbumin interneurons provide grid cell–driven recurrent inhibition in the medial entorhinal cortex, 2014. <PUBMED><PDF>.
- April 10th: Yaohui
Paper: Curto. What can topology tell us about the neural code?, 2017. <PDF>.
- April 17th: Aaron
Si, Romani, and Tsodyks. Continuous Attractor Network Model for Conjunctive Position-by-Velocity Tuning of Grid Cells. 2014. <PUBMED><PDF>.
- April 24th: Tour of the Computational and Experimental Neuroscience Laboratory
- May 1st: Zhoucheng and Brian
Paper: Hok, Poucet, Duvelle, Save, and Sargolini. Spatial cognition in mice and rats: similarities and differences in brain and behavior, 2016 <PUBMED><PDF>.
Krupic, Bauza, Burton, and O’Keefe. Framing the grid: effect of boundaries on grid cells and navigation ,2016 <PUBMED><PDF>.
Previous Journal Club Pages can be found here