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Past Kohl Group lab members.

Kohl Lab Dinner at the Copenhagen FENS meeting 2016. mmk
Kohl Lab at the Copenhagen FENS meeting in 2016.

Project students

Ms Zoe Curtis
"Plasticity rules in the retrosplenial cortex."
(FHS Biomedical Sciences, 2017-18)

Ms Marta Blanco Pozo
"Unsupervised vs. supervised learning methods in extracting information from spiking neural activity."
(MSc Neuroscience Project Student, Hilary Term 2018)

Mr James Rowland
"Role of inhibition in spike propagation in vS1."
(MSc Neuroscience Project Student, Trinity Term 2017; now: D.Phil student in the lab)

Ms Veronika Samborska
"Testing the role of the retrosplenial cortex in associative memory with cell-type specific optogenetics."
(MSc Neuroscience Project Student, Trinity Term 2017; now: RA in Walton lab)

Mr Nils Nyberg
"Testing the role of the retrosplenial cortex in associative memory with cell-type specific optogenetics."
(MSc Neuroscience Project Student, Hilary Term 2017)

Mr Roman Rothaermel
"Interaction of multisensory representations during learning."
(MSc Neuroscience Project Student, Hilary Term 2017; now: D.Phil student in Dupret lab)

Ms Karyna Mishchanchuk
"Timing-dependent plasticity rules in the retrosplenial cortex."
(FHS Biomedical Sciences, 2016-17; now: PhD student Wellcome Neuroscience UCL)

Mr Steven Middleton
"Calcium dynamics in vS1 neurons during somatosensory processing."
(2016, Wellcome Trust OXION Rotation Student, Oxford; now: D.Phil student in Bennett lab)

Mr Aaron Lanz
"Synaptic plasticity rules in the retrosplenial cortex."
(Summer 2016, Oxford Hotchkiss Brain Institute Exchange Student, Calgary; now: M.Sc student in the Bains and Gordon labs)

Mr Stephen Wilson
"Optogenetic mapping of inputs into the retrosplenial cortex."
(2015-2016, FHS Medicine, Oxford; now: clinical student in Oxford)

Ms Inês Barreiros
"Role of fast vs. slow inhibition in somatosensory processing."
(2014-2015, M.Sc Neuroscience, Coimbra - ERASMUS; now: D.Phil student in Behrens lab)

Ms Marta Huelin
"Different types of cortical inhibition in the modulation of thalamic input."
(2014-2015, M.Sc Neuroscience, Amsterdam - ERASMUS; now: PhD student in Bendor lab)

Mr Aleksandar Ivanov
"Characterising thalamic input in vS1."
(Summer 2014, MBiochem, Oxford; now: D.Phil student in King and Walker labs)

Mr Vincent Nocera
"Spike detection in fluorescent calcium signals."
(Summer 2014, BA Neurobiology, Berkeley; now: clinical student at University of Vermont)

Visitors

Mr Matthew Tran, Linc Lab, University of Toronto.
"Advanced methods for in-vivo 2-photon imaging."
(Summer 2016, Collaborator, Toronto)