Lectures and seminars Special seminar with Professor Antoine Adamantidis: "Neural circuits underlying sleep structure and functions"

30-11-2023 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Add to iCal
Campus Solna Lars E Gustafsson (room D1012), Biomedicum, floor 10, Solnavägen 9

Welcome to a lecture by Professor Antoine Adamantidis, Director, Zentrum für Experimentelle Neurologie - ZEN, Switzerland, on 30 November 2023 in Biomedicum.


Prof. Antoine Adamantidis, Director, Zentrum für Experimentelle Neurologie - ZEN, Department of Neurology, Inselspital University of Bern, Switzerland. Tidis Lab


Brain activity during sleep classically refers to circuit-specific oscillations, including slow waves, spindles, sharp-wave ripples or theta, that are nested in thalamocortical or hippocampus networks, respectively. However, the activity of other neuronal circuits is strongly modulated during sleep states. A major challenge is to determine the neural mechanisms underlying these activities and their functional implications in health and diseases. In this lecture, I will summarise our work on the dissection of the neural circuits underlying sleep-wake control, sleep oscillations and their relevance to brain plasticity associated with REM sleep, and discuss their relevance to motivated behaviours and emotional processing.


Gilberto Fisone and Juan Pablo Lopez


Juan Pablo Lopez Assistant Professor