Hamid Azimi

Hamid Azimi
Université de Fribourg · Department of Medicine

Ph.D. Student

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The lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN), a retinotopic relay center where visual inputs from the retina are processed and relayed to the visual cortex, has been proposed as a potential target for artificial vision. At present, it is unknown whether optogenetic LGN stimulation is sufficient to elicit behaviorally relevant percepts and the properties of...
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Many studies have implicated the basal forebrain (BF) as a potent regulator of sensory encoding even at the earliest stages of or cortical processing. The source of this regulation involves the well-documented corticopetal cholinergic projections from BF to primary cortical areas. However, the BF also projects to subcortical structures, including t...
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The neuronal cell-type classification has been much debated since the inception of modern neuroscience. An automatic classification and labeling of neural types on the base of electrophysiological properties would be one of the important solutions to understanding differential functions of specific cell-types. Although this kind of approach is one...

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