Centre for Integrative Neuroplasticity

What is CINPLA?

"CINPLA" is the Centre for Integrative Neuroplasticity and uses experimental, computational, and theoretical approaches to study neural plasticity and develop computational and theoretical tools for understanding plasticity on multiple scales.

Research projects at CINPLA

BRAINMATRIX - Multi-scale brain plasticity: From molecules to behaviour in life-long learning

COBRA - Computing Brain Signals: Biophysical computations of electrical and magnetic brain signals

DIGIBRAIN - Digital Brain: From genes to brain function in health and disease

Members of CINPLA

CINPLA bring together a novel combination of disciplines and talent from the University of Oslo other key partners from public and private research facilities. 

News from CINPLA

  • New publication! Corrected Four-Sphere Head Model for EEG Signals Nov. 3, 2017 3:44 PM

    This paper concerns the four-sphere head model: a forward model for predicting EEG signals from current dipoles in the brain.

    This is an important model for exploring and gaining intuition about the nature of EEG signals, and for testing numerical schemes for more complex head models. Errors were identified in the original formulas; we here derive and present corrected analytical formulas, as well as python scripts including analytical formulas and numerical FEM simulations for future reference.

  • New publication! A stepwise neuron model fitting procedure designed for recordings with high spatial resolution. Nov. 3, 2017 3:42 PM

    This paper presents a model fitting approach, where the model parameters (ion-channel conductances) are fitted in a stepwise manner and aims to reproduce membrane potential dynamics in the soma and along the dendrites. The method could prove useful for fitting to data from voltage-sensitive dye (VSD) imaging techniques.

  • PhD defence: Kristian Lensjø Sep. 8, 2017 11:39 AM

    CINPLA's Kristian Lensjø will defend his thesis " Extracellular matrix molecules in brain plasticity and memory processing" for the degree of PhD.



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