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Neurons detect cognitive boundaries

Dr. Jie Zheng describes her discovery of neurons that can parse episodic memory events.

See also:

Zheng J, Schjetnan AGP, Yebra M, Mosher C, Kalia S, Valiante TA, Mamelak A, Kreiman G, Rutishauser U (2021). Cognitive boundary signals in the human medial temporal lobe shape episodic memory representation. Nature Neuroscience 25:358-368 PDF

Misra P, Marconi A, Petterson M, Kreiman G. (2018) Minimal memory for details in real-life events. Scientific Reports, 8, 16701. PDF

Tang H, Singer J, Ison M, Pivazyan G, Romaine M, Frias R, Meller E, Boulin A, Carroll JD, Perron V, Dowcett S, Arlellano M, Kreiman G. (2016). Predicting episodic memory formation for movie events. Scientific Reports, 6:30175. PDF

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Congratulations to Camille Gollety on her thesis!

Camille Gollety
Camille Gollety

Neuronal correlates of rapid learning in a human visual memory task. Camille Gollety. Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) (2022). 

Read her thesis here.

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Scientists discover specific neurons involved in making memories

In a new study, intracranial electrodes helped reveal the cells in our brains and the neurological mechanisms responsible for memory creation.
By Conor Feehly

Link to article in Discover Magazine (PDF)

Zheng J, Schjetnan AGP, Yebra M, Mosher C, Kalia S, Valiante TA, Mamelak A, Kreiman G, Rutishauser U (2022). Cognitive boundary signals in the human medial temporal lobe shape episodic memory representation. Nature Neuroscience, 25:358-368

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Human Single Neuron Conference 2018 @ Caltech

4th International Human Single Neuron Conference at the California Institute of Technology on Nov 1-2, 2018

Scientific program and organizing committee: 

Ueli Rutishauser (Cedars-Sinai/Caltech)
Gabriel Kreiman (Harvard)
Richard Andersen (Caltech)
Ralph Adolphs (Caltech)

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Trends in Cognitive Sciences 2008

 See our discussion about “grandmother” cells in TICS 2008 (see also the cover at TICS)