Adam E. CohenPr. at Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Physics, Harvard U., USA
Using all-optical electrophysiology to study the neural circuits in vivo, by Adam E. Cohen
High-resolution voltage imaging in vivo has long been a dream of neuroscientists. Recent advances in voltage indicator proteins, optics, and software bring this dream closer to reality. This talk will describe tools for all-optical electrophysiology in behaving mice, and application to dissecting the function of cortical Layer 1 in the mouse somatosensory cortex.