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Michele Bellesi joined Dr Marcus Kaiser's group
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Structure and Dynamics of Brain Connectivity Networks

This group discusses methods for generating and analyzing brain connectivity data (the "connectome") and how to simulate development and dynamics on anatomicially realistic neural networks. It can also be used to announce jobs, events, and CFP's.
Nov 10, 2009
Michele Bellesi joined Nathan W. Schultheiss's group
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Synchronization and Oscillations

This group is intended for those interested in cellular and network mechanisms and the functional significance of normal and pathological synchronization and oscillations observed in small invertebrate to large cortical neuronal networks.
Nov 10, 2009
Michele Bellesi joined Markus A. Dahlem's group
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Nonlinear Dynamics

Bifurcation theory,dynamical diseasesSee More
Nov 10, 2009
Michele Bellesi joined William H. Nesse's group
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Theoretical Neuroscience

Dedicated to exploring theoretical constructs in neuroscience, using a synergy of experimental, mathematical, and computational methods.
Nov 10, 2009
Michele Bellesi is now a member of The NeuroNetwork
Nov 10, 2009

Profile Information

Main areas of research:
Synaptic physiology. I'm interested to understand the mechanisms of neurotransmitter release and re-uptake and their role in the synaptic function and dysfunction.

Non-linear brain dynamics. My interest concerns the application of non-linear dynamics concepts to brain physiology in order to identify general laws of brain functioning.

Neurobiology of consciousness and sleep. I'm interested to understand how consciousness arises from brain activity and what are the conditions that carry us to sleep.
Current title/position:
MD, PhD Student (2007-present), Department of Neuroscience, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Current affiliation/employer:
Department of Neuroscience, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Personal or laboratory homepage:
http://www.conerolab.com

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