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CRM > English > Activities > Curs 2017-2018 > BARCSSYN 2018 POSTERS - 2
BARCSSYN 2018 POSTERS - 2


8- Resting state autocorrelation window modulates sensory-evoked response variability     

Belén de Sancristóbal, IDIBAPS

30- Modulating serial biases in spatial working memory with transcranial magnetic stimulation in inter-trial intervals 

Rebecca Martínez, IDIBAPS

31- Information transmission in a modular neuronal network 

Maria Masoliver, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya 

32- Synthesizing realistic neural population activity patterns using generative adversarial networks 

Manuel Molano-Mazon, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia 

33- A novel behavioural task to study the neuronal representation of long-term spatial memories  

Lucia Morales, IDIBAPS

34- Singular location and signaling profile of adenosine A2A-cannabinoid CB1 receptor heteromers in the dorsal striatum  

Estefanía Moreno, Universitat de Barcelona 

35- Exploring the multidimensional memory representation of our daily life experience 

Alexandros Kastrinogiannis, IDIBELL-UB

36- Machine learning for neuroimaging applied to functional connectivity data 

Vicente Pallarés, Universitat Pompeu Fabra 

37- Characterization of grey matter connectivity changes in patients with mutliple sclerosis after a neurorehabilitation program 

Deborah Pareto, Vall d'Hebron University Hospital 

38- Modifying the magnitude of stimulus noise can distinguish between neural mechanisms of evidence integration 

Genís Prat-Ortega, IDIBAPS

39- Towards a neural model of prediction and uncertainty  

Jordi-Ysard Puigbò Llobet, IBEC, UPF

40- Basins of attaction in neural networks: A computational study 

Bernat Rovira, UPF-CRM

41- Whole-brain synchronization after in vivo stimulation of D1 and D2 receptor-expressing neurons 

Victor M. Saenger, Universitat Pompeu Fabra 

42- Hippocampal state representation supporting imagination-based and habitual decision making systems: a large-scale computational model    

David Samu, Universitat Pompeu Fabra 

43- Unravelling episodic memory structure in a lifelike continuous experience using Hidden  Markov Models 

Marta Silva, IDIBELL

44- Glutamatergic modulation of working memory precision and serial biases 

Heike Stein, IDIBAPS  

45- Differential connectivity gradient along the human hippocampal longitudinal axis with resting state networks 

Joan Tarrida, Universitat de Barcelona  

46- Network resilience in clustered neuronal cultures 

Sara Teller, Universidad de Barcelona

47- How spaced learning affects stability of hippocampal neural correlates of memory 

David Tomàs Cuesta, IDIBAPS 

48- Attractor dynamics of cortical assemblies underlying the transition from deep to light anesthesia  

49- Bimodality of cortical Up states and thalamic modulation of Up state duration: an experimental and computational study 

Núria Tort-Colet, UNIC-CNRS

50- The role of sleep in the organization of spatial representations during memory formation 

Gonzalo Valdivia, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile 

51- Rapid memory replay of life-like episodic sequence of events precedes their verbal recall from-long term memory  

Xavi Viñals, Universitat Pompeu Fabra 

52- Neuronal dynamics underlying stable population-level working memory representations in prefrontal cortex 

Klaus Wimmer, CRM

53- An operational model for GPCR homodimers and its application in the analysis of biased signaling 

Bin Zhou,  Institut de Neurociències & Unitat de Bioestadística (UAB)  

54- Temporal integration is a robust feature of perceptual decisions 

Alexandre Hyafil,  Universitat Pompeu Fabra