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Synaptic mechanisms of sensory perception

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Professor Carl Petersen investigates synaptic mechanisms of sensory perception and associative learning, in particular cortical processing of sensory input focusing on the signalling pathway from the mystacial whiskers to the somatosensory barrel cortex. The goal is to understand coding, development and plasticity of perceptions at the level of individual neurons and their synaptic interactions within a well-defined signalling pathway.

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