Sensory Processing in
: Synapses, Circuits, and Computations
Monday, Nov 11, 2013, 11:30 AM -12:40 PM
*R. I. WILSON
Dept Neurobio., Harvard Med. Sch., Boston, MA
Many of the basic computations involved in sensory processing are shared across sensory modalities and species. Understanding sensory processing requires identifying these canonical computations, why they might be useful to the organism, and how they are implemented at the level of cells, synapses, and circuits. The lecture will discuss recent work investigating these problems in the fly
whole-cell recordings from genetically-identified neurons.
NIH Grant DC008174
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