#ExpertAnswers: Fan Wu and Lidor Spivak on Electrophysiological Data Analysis using Artificial IntelligenceDarius Soo Lum
Fan Wu and Lidor Spivak discuss automating electrophysiological data analysis using artificial intelligence and introduced a new cloud-based platform applying these methods.
Towards Automated Spikesorting using Artificial Intelligence on a Cloud-Based PlatformAndrew Davies
Dr. Fan Wu and Lidor Spivak answer questions from their webinar on the automation of electrophysiological data analysis using artificial intelligence.
From Trauma to Binge Eating: How Early Life Experiences Impact the Leptin System
Early life trauma (ELT) has been identified as a risk factor for binge eating and obesity in adult life, but the neural mechanisms behind this phenomena have yet to be determined. In this blog post we discuss a recent publication from Shin et al., which delineates the circuitry of this ELT-induced maladaptive eating.
Towards Automated Spikesorting using Artificial Intelligence on a Cloud-Based Platform
In this webinar, Dr. Fan Wu and Lidor Spivak discuss the use of artificial intelligence to automate electrophysiological data analysis, including a new cloud-based software platform.
Fright or Delight? Dopamine-Mediated Fear Response in the Amygdala
Since little is known about how dopamine affects aversive learning in humans, Frick et al. recently sought to describe the role of dopamine in fear memory formation within the human amygdala, which we review in this blog post.
#ExpertAnswers: Michael Long and Kari Hoffman on ElectrophysiologyDarius Soo Lum
Michael Long and Kari Hoffman investigate the neural mechanisms of learning, memory, and behavior using high-density silicon probes from Diagnostic Biochips in small and large animals.
Using High-Density Electrophysiological Recordings to Investigate Neural Mechanisms in Small and Large Animals
Join Drs. Michael Long and Kari Hoffman as they present their work investigating the neural mechanisms of learning, memory, and behavior using high-density silicon probes in small and large animals.
#ExpertAnswers: Rohan Jagirdar on Sleep and Alzheimer’s DiseaseSydney Otomancek
In this episode of #ExpertAnswers join Rohan Jagirdar, PhD, from Baylor College of Medicine, as he answers questions from a [...]
#ExpertAnswers: Fiona Harrison on Early Alzheimer’s DiseaseDarius Soo Lum
Dr. Fiona Harrison, discusses how vitamin C deficiency and exposure to toxins can impact glutamate uptake and clearance, and how even small changes in neural signaling can be detected by monitoring EEG activity and correlated with performance in learning and memory tasks.
Improving Sleep to Slow the Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease
Join Rohan Jagirdar, PhD as he discusses his research on EEG activity in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease to determine the effects of improved sleep on disease progression.
EEG Monitoring Approaches to Predict Learning and Memory Changes in Early Alzheimer’s Disease
Dr. Fiona Harrison discusses how dietary deficiency and exposure to toxins can impact glutamate uptake and clearance, and the subsequent changes in neural signaling can be detected through altered EEG activity and performance on learning and memory tasks.