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Understanding the circuit mechanisms of cognitive functions remain important issues in neuroscience. In particular, primate studies play an important role, providing both functional and anatomical models for the cognitive circuits in the human brain. This symposium provides recent findings on the functions of both thalamo-cortical global interactions and local interactions in the cortical microcircuits of primates, to further understand their computational principles important for cognition.


Speakers include

T. Hirabayashi (Tokyo, Japan)
C. Constantinidis (Winston-Salem, USA)
M. Sommer (Durham, USA)
A. Mitchell (Oxford, United Kingdom)