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Our new paper on bioRxiv
Our new paper on bioRxiv

Alpha oscillations do not implement gain control in early visual cortex but rather gating in parieto-occipital regions Alexander Zhigalov, Ole Jensen bioRxiv 2020.04.03.021485; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.04.03.021485

Don’t miss the Biomag2021 virtual prelude: 1 Sep, 2020
Don’t miss the Biomag2021 virtual prelude: 1 Sep, 2020

See here for program and registration (free!): Virtual event 2020

Group meeting w/ Moreno Coco
Group meeting w/ Moreno Coco

Interesting group meeting where we hosted Moreno Coco: Do we extract semantics (‘meaning’) of objects before we saccade to them? You bet! https://doi.org/10.1162/jocn_a_01504

Paper accepted in Human Brain Mapping
Paper accepted in Human Brain Mapping

Zhigalov, A. and Jensen, O. (accepted) Alpha oscillations do not implement gain control in early visual cortex but rather gating in parieto-occipital regions. Hum Brain Mapp. This our first paper published using data from our local MEG system. A major…

Virtual Biomag event: talks online
Virtual Biomag event: talks online

The presentations for the virtual Biomag event 1 Sep 2020 are now online

Cecilia Mazzetti awarded PhD
Cecilia Mazzetti awarded PhD

Cecilia from the Neuronal Oscillations group did an excellent job defending her PhD thesis at Radboud University “On the relationship between structural and functional underpinnings of attention. Insights from clinical and non-clinical samples”

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