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CRM > English > Activities > Curs 2017-2018 > BARCCSYN 2018 POSTERS - 1

1- Increased hippocampal oscillatory activity and prefronto-hippocampal functional connectivity in a cognitive impaired mouse model of down syndrome 

Maria Alemany González, Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute

2- Open source, high-throughput platform for automatized rodent training  

Lejla Bektic, IDIBAPS

3 - Comparing task-relevant information across different methods of extracting functional connectivity 

Sophie Benitez Stulz, Maastricht University 

4- Dynamic mean-field of conductance-based networks of AdEx neurons modelling slow oscillations 

Cristiano Capone, UNIC-CNRS and Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome

5- A new dynamical firing rate model of the parvocellular pathway in V1 

Xim Cerda-Company, Computer Vision Center (UAB)

6- Mechanisms for anticipated synchronization in neuronal models

Leonardo Dalla Porta, IDIBAPS

7- Neuronal substrates of serotonin and antipsychotic drug action on prefronto-hippocampal networks 

Cristina Delgado-Sallent, IMIM

9- Fluctuation-driven plasticity allows for flexible rewiring of neuronal assemblies  

Federico Devalle, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

10- An in silico investigation of cannabinoid CB1 receptor activation 

Óscar Díaz, Institut de Neurociències UAB

11- Statistical regularities are explicitly learned within but not between sensory modalities  

Daniel Duato-Catalán, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya-IDIBELL 

12- Hippocampal representation of a non-spatial goal-oriented task   

Nelson Espinosa, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

13- Inhibitory gating in the dentate gyrus 

Cristian Estarellas, IFISC, CSIC-UIB 

14- Response to damage and recovering capability in clustered neuronal networks  

Estefanía Estévez, Universitat de Barcelona 

15- Expression of the PPM1F gene is regulated by stress and associated wit anxiety and depression 

Antonio Florido, Institut de Neurociències (UAB) 

16- Towards computational principles of theory of mind using cognitive architectures 

Ismael T. Freire, IBEC 

17- Intracortical correlates of visually pinging working memory traces in humans 

Adrià Galán, IDIBAPS

18- Gene Set Enrichment Analysis (GSEA) of mouse and human transcriptomes reveals fatty acid oxidation in astrocytes  

Elena Galea, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona  

19- Long-term spatial memory consolidation during sleep along developmental neuronal circuits maturation 

María Alexandre García-Pérez, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile 

20- Assessing the role of synchronization in epilepsy and sleep using time series analysis 

Crsitina González Martínez, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

21- Dorsomedial striatum encodes previous stimulus statistics to guide perceptual choices  

Ainhoa Hermoso-Mendizabal, IDIBAPS 

22- Stimulus expectations based on previous trials impact reaction times  

Lluís Hernández-Navarro,  IDIBAPS. CBC, UPF

23- Calcium influx dependent plasticity model 

Akke M. Houben, Universitat de Barcelona

24- Bayesian estimation of effective connectivity  

Andrea Insabato, Universitat Pompeu Fabra 

25- Using reinforcement learning to extract cognitive representational maps  

Lidia Obregón, Universitat de Barcelona

26- Assessing perceptual surround suppression in schizophrenia    

Daniel Linares, IDIBAPS 

27- Inference of neuronal connections 

Adriaan Ludl, Universitat de Barcelona 

28- Detection of interaction between brain regions: influcence of sleep    

Irene Malvestio, Universitat Pompeu Fabra 

29- Clinical interface for seizure-onset identification in epileptic patients  

Arnau Manasanch-Berengué, Universitat Pompeu Fabra