All-Optical Interrogation of Neuronal Networks in Vivo => CANCELLED

April 25, 2021 - April 30, 2021
Thanks to the development of optogenetics, optical methods have become major tools for studying the neural mechanisms underlying perception, memory and behavior in animal models. Indeed, activity of neural networks can be recorded and modulated with high spatio-temporal precision using fluorescence microscopy and light-shaping strategies. In this school, we will describe the theoretical bases and recent advances of these methods, show the palette of available optogenetic tools and discuss analysis strategies.
This Session is organized by:

Cathie VENTALON, ENS Paris, France
Laurent BOURDIEU, ENS Paris, France

More information can be found on the Session's Website.

Unfortunately, due to the Current Health Crisis, this Session has been cancelled.
Published on  November 12, 2020
Updated on  March 29, 2021