Researcher interests: Neural and dendritic computation and coding. Neuronal noise, neural basis of vocal communication. Information theory analysis of neural communication.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Science
All projects by researcher: Cognifiber

Selected Publications

Michael London, neta zylbermann, sara kutzkel, yair deitcher, yonatan leibner
nonlinear relationship between multimodal adrenergic responses and local dendritic activity in primary sensory cortices (2019)| bioRxiv| Read more
benjamin weiner, Michael London, nisim perets, stav hertz
high order structure in mouse courtship vocalizations (2019)| bioRxiv| Read more
adar adamsky, adi kol, Inbal Goshen, Michael London, maya groysman, Tirzah Kreisel
astrocytes contribute to remote memory formation by modulating hippocampal cortical communication during learning (2019)| bioRxiv| Read more
eyal gal, Henry Markram, Michael London, rodrigo perin, Idan Segev
neuron geometry underlies a universal local architecture in neuronal networks (2019)| bioRxiv| Read more
daniel offen, evan elliott, Michael London, nisim perets, o oron, stav hertz
treatment of mesenchymal stem cells derived exosomes leads to significant behavioral improvement of both genetic and idiopathic autism (2019)| Cytotherapy| Read more
single cortical neurons as deep artificial neural networks (2019)| bioRxiv| Read more
daniel offen, Michael London, nisim perets, stav hertz
intranasal administration of exosomes derived from mesenchymal stem cells ameliorates autistic like behaviors of btbr mice (2018)| Molecular Autism| Read more
adar adamsky, adi doron, adi kol, Inbal Goshen, henrike horn, limor regev, Michael London, maya groysman, nofar ozeriengelhard, ron refaeli, talia melcer, Tirzah Kreisel
astrocytic activation generates de novo neuronal potentiation and memory enhancement (2018)| Cell| Read more
daniel offen, Michael London, nisim perets, stav hertz
intranasal administration of exosomes derived from mesenchymal stem cells improves autistic like behaviors of btbr mice (2018)| Cytotherapy| Read more
adi kaduri amichai, amir dudai, benjamin weiner, christina labarrera, Michael London, neta zylbermann, yair deitcher
adrenergic modulation regulates the dendritic excitability of layer 5 pyramidal neurons in vivo (2018)| Cell Reports| Read more

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