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Ying Huang
单位: Leibniz Inst Neurobiol, Special Lab Primate Neurobiol, Magdeburg, Germany
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Permanent Researcher.Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Germany.In everyday life,
we encounter a massive amount of information and need to generate appropriate
behavior to the information to achieve our goals. How does our brain solve this
task? My research aims to tackle this issue by focusing on working memory,
a fundamental cognitive process required for solving the task. Specifically, my
research aims to study the neuronal mechanisms underlying working memory and
identify drugs or training strategies for neuroenhancement of working memory,
with the ultimate goal to translate these findings to the improvement of everyday
cognitive functions such as speech perception. I use a combined approach of
recording and manipulating neuronal activity and also a translational approach on
monkeys and on humans. These approaches allow me to identify common neuronal
mechanisms underlying working memory across the two species, and thus allow
me to apply the findings obtained in monkeys directly to humans and accelerate
the translation of the research findings to direct benefits of populations.Part of my
research has been published in high-impact scientific journals.

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日期 时间 会场 Session/主题 角色 姓名 单位
2018-06-30 14:00-14:20 306A+B

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Persistent neural activity in auditory cortex is related to auditory working memory in humans and nonhuman primates
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Ying Huang

Leibniz Inst Neurobiol, Special Lab Primate Neurobiol, Magdeburg, Germany