Thursday March 23rd, 2017

In Conversation with Karim Benchenane, Head Researcher, ESPCI – ParisTech

In this video, Karim Benchenane shares more about the role of sleep and brain oscillations in memory processes.

Karim is a CNRS researcher and Head of the Team – Memory, Brain Oscillations and States – at ESPCI ParisTech. The team focuses on understanding the role of oscillations and brain states in memory processing and neural coding. They do this by using extracellular recordings among rodents.

Also, he is a Rythm Partner: “Rythm is using extremely recent developments that show that you can manipulate brain oscillation to improve memory consolidation and memory processes”

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