Tuesday, March 1, 2022
11:00 am – 12:00 pm PDT

Lara Rangel, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Cognitive Science
University of California, San Diego



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Event Description

During successful computation, brain regions must have an efficient method for filtering information from multiple sources and coordinating communication with other regions. A great system for examining this is the hippocampus, a brain structure critical for learning and memory that must integrate and associate various streams of information. Research conducted by Dr. Lara Maria Rangel suggests that successful processing of information in the hippocampus during an associative memory task is dependent on coordinated oscillatory activity, and more specifically the flexible engagement of hippocampal cells in distinct rhythmic circuits.


Invite Your Colleagues

Registration for the CNLM Colloquium Series is open to researchers from the broader learning and memory scientific community.


For questions or virtual meeting requests please contact
Diana Lofflin at dlofflin@uci.edu

*The series will be held in a virtual format with some speakers presenting in person as well. We will keep registered participants updated on the possibility of an in-person event as the situation with COVID-19 evolves.