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Preliminary Programme:

11th September 2017

9:00-9:50

Registration and poster set-up

9:50-10:00

Welcome

10:00-10:40

Keynote:

Gamma Rhythms: Past, present and (possibly?) a future

Prof. Miles Whittington, University of York, UK

10:40-11:20

Title TBC

Prof. Krish Singh, Cardiff University, UK

11:20-11:50

Coffee break

11:50-12:30

Distinct gamma oscillators across the somatodendritic domains of hippocampal pyramidal cells

Prof. Thomas Klausberger, Medical University of Vienna, Austria

12:30-13:10

Interactions of gamma oscillations through the structural connectome

Mrs. Joana Cabral, University of Oxford, UK

13:10-14:40

Lunch and poster session

14:40-15:20

MEG studies of motor cortex gamma oscillations

Prof. Douglas Cheyne, Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute, Toronto, Canada

15:20-15:50

Short talks A:

Gamma oscillations in subthalamic nuclei help encode movement vigour in humans and provide a potential control signal for brain machine interfacing

Dr. Huiling Tan, University of Oxford, UK

 

Visually induced gamma oscillations show reliable diversity in their across-site phase-relations

Dr. Freek van Ede, University of Oxford, UK

15:50-16:20

Coffee break

16:20-16:50

Short talks B

Titles TBC

16:50-17:30

Single-cycle analysis of hippocampal theta oscillations suggests underlying network states

Dr. Vitor Lopes dos Santos, University of Oxford, UK

TBC

Dinner at St Edmund Hall

 

12TH SEPTEMBER 2017

9:00-9:40

The role of somatostatin-expressing interneurons in hippocampal gamma-frequency oscillations

Dr. Ed Mann, University of Oxford, UK

9:40-10:20

Whole brain modelling and connectomics: the role of the underlying oscillation

Prof. Gustavo Deco, ICREA and University Pompeu Fabra, Spain

10:20-10:50

Coffee break

10:50-11:50

Short talks C

Titles TBC

12:00-13:30

Lunch and poster session

13:30-14:00

Short talks D

Titles TBC

14:00-14:40

Circuit mechanisms of hippocampal gamma oscillations

Prof. Ole Paulsen, University of Cambridge, UK

14:40-15:00

End