Neuro Next Seminar

Bence Ölveczky, Ph.D.
Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Harvard University

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*Lunch provided for in-person attendees


The research in the Ölveczky lab focuses on the principles and mechanisms by which neural circuits acquire and generate complex behaviors. They are using the rodent as a model system, concentrating our efforts on understanding the process of motor sequence learning. By measuring and manipulating activity in underlying circuits, they hope to arrive at a mechanistic description of how motor sequence are learned and produced by neurons and their connections.

Faculty Host: Jeff Markowitz, Ph.D.

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"Neural Circuits Underlying Learned Motor Sequence Execution" - Bence Ölveczky, Ph.D. - Harvard University


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