Visuo-spatial processing in retrosplenial cortex

Year of award: 2014


  • Dr Ede Rancz

    The Francis Crick Institute

Project summary

Ede is a neuroscientist with a background in synaptic physiology, single-cell computation and systems-level sensory processing. His laboratory focuses on the retrosplenial cortex of mice using in vivo patch clamping, calcium imaging, rabies-based connectivity mapping and behavioural techniques aiming to elucidate how internally generated models interact with external sensory stimuli to guide behaviour.