Welcome to the Computational Neuroscience division!
Our group is interested in the question of sensory coding:
How are sensory stimuli represented and processed in nervous systems?
Currently, we mainly work on this questions in two systems:
The tactile system of the leech and the vertebrate auditory system.
- Welcome to all new students in the Master Neuroscience program!
- Ashida, G., & Nogueira, W. (2018). Spike-Conducting Integrate-and-Fire Model. eNeuro, 5(4), ENEURO.0112-18.2018.
- Pirschel, F., Hilgen, G., & Kretzberg, J. (2018). Effects of touch location and intensity on interneurons of the leech local bend network. Scientific reports, 8(1), 3046
- Fathiazar, E., Hilgen, G., & Kretzberg, J. (2018). Higher Network Activity Induced by Tactile Compared to Electrical Stimulation of Leech Mechanoreceptors. Frontiers in physiology, 9, 173.
- Ashida, G., Tollin, D. J., & Kretzberg, J. (2017). Physiological models of the lateral superior olive. PLoS computational biology, 13(12), e1005903.
- F. Pirschel, J. Kretzberg (2016) "Multiplexed Population Coding of Stimulus Properties by Leech Mechanosensory Cells" The Journal of Neuroscience, 36(13): 3636-3647
- Kretzberg, J, et al. (2016), "Encoding of Tactile Stimuli by Mechanoreceptors and Interneurons of the Medicinal Leech", Frontiers in physiology 7 (2016)
- Koepcke, L., Ashida, G., & Kretzberg, J. (2016). Single and Multiple Change Point Detection in Spike Trains: Comparison of Different CUSUM Methods. Frontiers in systems neuroscience, 10