"Recording the Spatial Mapping Cells: Place, Head Direction, and Grid Cells" - chapter by Kate Jeffery, Roddy Grieves and Jim Donnett in the new "Handbook of in Vivo Neural Plasticity Techniques" provides a beginner's guide to recording spatial cells
Cardiff CUBRIC recently held a meeting on replay, memory and sleep:
at which Éléonore Duvelle presented her poster Two routes to a goal - does place cell replay relate to route choice?
Glasshaus XIII exhibition on the theme of Glass and Science at the Parndon Mill Gallery included established glass artists and some newcomers, including Kate Jeffery. Photo shows her piece "brain waves" which is a representation of theta/gamma rhythmic signals, cast in glass (22 x 15 cm)
Page, HJI and Jeffery, KJ (2018) Landmark-based updating of the head direction system by retrosplenial cortex: A computational model. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, 12:191 doi: 10.3389/fncel.2018.00191. PMID: 30061814
IBN members enjoying iNav meeting at Mont Tremblant, Quebec
The IBN got together at the Prince Albert pub in Camden for some discussion about science and ethics, and some great food and socializing.
...on winning the Sherrington Prize for her poster on theta in retrosplenial cortex!
Duvelle, É and Jeffery, KJ (2018) Social spaces: Place cells represent the locations of others. Current Biology, 28, R254–R277 doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2018.02.017
Mitchell A, Czajkowski, R, Zhang N, Jeffery KJ and Nelson, A (2017) Retrosplenial cortex and its role in spatial cognition Brain and Neuroscience Advances, 2: 1-13 doi: 10.1177/2398212818757098