Centre for Integrative Neuroplasticity

What is CINPLA?

CINPLA combines experimental, computational, and theoretical approaches to study neural plasticity and develop computational and theoretical tools for understanding plasticity on multiple scales.

News from CINPLA

  • Disputation: Mikkel Elle Lepperød Oct. 13, 2020 1:11 PM

    Msc Mikkel Elle Lepperød at Institute of Basic Medical Sciences will be defending the thesis “ Dissecting neuronal circuits for navigation in experiments and models” for the degree of PhD.

  • Disputation: Charlotte Christensen Sep. 14, 2020 10:40 AM

    Doctoral candidate Ane Charlotte Christensen at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences will be defending the thesis “Balancing stability and plasticity - perturbations of extracellular matrix and inhibitory activity in the mature grid cell network” for the degree of PhD.

  • Jan 16-17th: Seminars with Dr. Nick Steinmetz and Prof Stefano Vassanelli Jan. 14, 2020 6:12 PM

    'Seminar on novel probes and Ai technology for brain-machine interfaces'

    We are excited to announce two seminars on January 16th and the defense of Alessio Buccino on the 17th, all in Bikuben, Kristine Bonnevies' hus, Blindern.

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 brings together a novel combination of disciplines and talent from the University of Oslo.  



Marianne Fyhn