Team leader : Philippe ISOPE
Research in our team is focused on the understanding of synaptic properties underlying functional organization in neuronal microcircuits. Our main goal is to identify operational modes of normal and pathological information processing in the cerebellum, olfactory bulb and spinal cord. We combine different types of technique, including in vitro and in vivo electrophysiology, molecular biology, two photon imaging and optogenetic.
Open post-doc position: Spatiotemporal information processing in the rodent cerebellum in vitro (Electrophysiology, 1P and 2P imaging).
Contact philippe.isope at unistra.fr
- Unraveling modular information processing in the cerebellar cortex in normal and pathological conditions
- Synaptic transmission in the cerebellar cortex
Frédéric Doussau, Bernard Poulain & Philippe Isope
- Sensorimotor information processing in the spinal cord, in normal and pathological conditions
- Synaptic interactions in olfactory bulb circuits
Most recent publications
Özcan OO, Wang X, Binda F, Dorgans K, De Zeeuw CI, Gao Z, Aertsen A, Kumar A, Isope P. Differential Coding Strategies in Glutamatergic and GABAergic Neurons in the Medial Cerebellar Nucleus. J Neurosci. 2020 Jan 2;40(1):159-170.