We welcome Ann H Kotkat and Lukas Meyerolbersleben who joined our lab and the GSN for their doctoral studies. Both Ann and Lukas have done their MSc thesis with us – looking forward very much to continuing working together!
Congratulations to Ricardo Chirif Molina for defending his BSc thesis on behavioural state modulations of dLGN responses to dynamic movies. All the best for the future!
Laura is very honoured and proud to serve as co-chair with Tim Vogels of the Programm Committee for Cosyne 2022 (17 – 20 March). See many of you in Lisbon, Portugal – hopefully in person!
Congratulations to Lukas Meyerolbersleben for successfully defending his MSc thesis on narrow-band gamma oscillations in mouse primary visual cortex. Enjoy a few weeks time off, they are very well deserved. We are very much looking forward to continuing the work as part of your doctoral studies!
We extend a warm welcome to GSN MSc students Ayshan Aliyeva and Miranda Popescu, who have joined us on 13.09.21 for their lab rotations!
Congratulations to Emma Müller-Seydlitz for successfully defending her BSc thesis on firing properties of Suppressed-by-Contrast Cells in dLGN and V1. All the best for your MSc studies at Oxford University!
We have a new manuscript under review, which shows that dLGN firing mode is modulated across a range of time scales by the dynamics of the pupil signal.
Our manuscript on chromatic contrast in natural scenes has been accepted for publication in Current Biology. Thanks for the great collaboration with Thomas Euler’s lab and congratulations to everybody involved!
Very happy that we could re-submit our revised version of
The revised version of our manuscript on the effects on corticothalamic feedback on dLGN spatial integration is out on bioRxiv. The most significant change is new triple-color tracing of the retinotopic organization of CT feedback in dLGN and visTRN.