Krembil Computational Neuroscience

Krembil Computational Neuroscience

Simulation neuroscience is a catalyst for experimental neuroscience, not a replacement.

H. Markram (Neuroscience News and Research, 2020)

Global understanding, when it comes, will likely take the form of highly diverse panels loosely stitched together into a patchwork quilt

Churchland and Abbott (Nature Neuroscience, 2016)

...we should read the words on the page or screen, not the words in our head as we read papers by other scientists and try to make sure that our own papers capture our intent.

E Marder (eLife, 2020)

Neither ignore the details nor be consumed by them... the balance is the challenge in in advancing our understanding.

Skinner and Mulloney (Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 1998)

The future will depend on stronger quantitative understanding in our experimental community and better biology intuition in our theory community.

E Marder (PLoS Biology, 2015)

Mathematics is biology`s next microscope.

JE Cohen (PLoS Biology, 2004)

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UHN news highlight of KCNhub research - Valiante lab
The research of KCNhub members and collaborators to characterize the diverse cell types of the human brain was highlighted in a recent UHN research news write-up which can be found following the link below.
Internal KCN: Krembil Research Day Practice Talk
Lab Meeting
10 June 2021
10:00 - 11:00 AM
Virtually via Zoom
Scott Rich
Computational models to study the Parkinsonian brain and the mechanisms of neurostimulation
KCN Event
17 June 2021
10:00 - 11:30 AM
Virtually via Zoom
Ciska Heida (Twente)
KCNI's Annual Virtual Open House
The Krembil Center for Neuroinformatics is having its annual virtual open house.
Krembil Neuroinformatics Talk of interest by Dr. Blake Richards
The following talk may be of interest to KCNhubbers and the computational neuroscience community. It continues a speaker series at the Krembil Center for Neuroinformatics (KCNI) at CAMH.

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