6 projects

FRIMED2-FRIPRO forskerprosjekt, medisin og helse

Neurophysiological assessment of consciousness: methods and mechanisms

Hva er bevissthet? Hvordan kan fysiske hjerneprosesser gi opphav til opplevelser? Dette er dype, uløste biologiske problemer, med vide teoretiske, kliniske og etiske implikasjoner. Spesielt for pasienter med bevissthetsforstyrrelser etter hjerneskade, og under narkose (generell anestesi), trengs...

Awarded: NOK 10.2 mill.

Project Period: 2017-2022

Location: Oslo

FRIMEDBIO-Fri prosj.st. med.,helse,biol

Dynamics, mechanisms, and modulation of subthreshold electrical signalling in cortical neurons in vivo

Elektrisk aktivitet i hjernebarkens nevroner (nerveceller) og nettverk ligger til grunn for adferd og bevisste opplevelser. Vi studerer mekanismer som regulerer aktivitetsmønstrene i hjernebarkens nevrale kretser, og hvordan disse forandres når hjernens tilstand endres, f.eks. fra våken, bevisst ...

Awarded: NOK 6.6 mill.

Project Period: 2012-2018

Location: Oslo

FRIMEDBIO-Fri prosj.st. med.,helse,biol

Dual band-pass filtering of information within cortical pyramidal neurons

Pyramidal neurons are the principal cells the main 'computational units' - of the cerebral cortex, but how they function remains enigmatic. The present proposal aims at elucidating novel functional principles within these cells that are likely to be impor tant at two different levels: at the fund...

Awarded: NOK 10.0 mill.

Project Period: 2010-2015

Location: Oslo

NEVRONOR-Nasjonal satsing på nevrovitenskap f

Application to host the Norwegian national node of International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility (INCF-N)

Neuroinformatics is a new research area aimed at the development of neuroscience data- and knowledge bases, computational models, and analytical tools for the sharing, integration and analysis of experimental data. The International Neuroinformatics Coord inating Facility (INCF), where Norway is ...

Awarded: NOK 3.7 mill.

Project Period: 2006-2011

Location: Oslo

STORFORSK-Store forskerinitierte prosjekter

Multilevel analysis of memory formation in the entorhinal-hippocampal circuit

Neuronal networks within the medial temporal lobe are essential for fast encoding and storage of episodic memories in humans and other mammals. A key connection in this system is the perforant path (PP) which projects from the entorhinal cortex to the hip pocampus (including the dentate gyrus). S...

Awarded: NOK 19.6 mill.

Project Period: 2005-2010

Location: Oslo

BIOFYS-Fysiologiske og anatomiske fag

Computational and experimental analysis of ionic mechanisms underlying hippocampal theta resonance

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Awarded: NOK 1.7 mill.

Project Period: 2004-2006

Location: Oslo