The goal of the Bruno Lab's research is to define the underlying neural pathways and circuit elements that contribute to sensory perception: how information from the outside world is relayed to the neocortex, and how subsequent processing among cortical layers and thalamic nuclei contribute to perception, learning, remembering, and reasoning.
Our experiments combine behavior with intracellular physiology, array recordings, two-photon microscopy, optogenetics, and computational modeling. We focus on the whisker-barrel system, which is one of the main means by which rodents explore their environments.
Simultaneous denoising, deconvolution, and demixing of calcium imaging data
Congratulations to Christine Constantinople, one of the first Bruno Lab PhD students, who will open her own lab at NYU/CNS in 2018!
The Bruno Lab is thrilled to welcome Jung Park, rising 2nd year PhD student!
Congratulations to Dan Kato, a PhD student in the lab, for winning an NRSA Fellowship!
JUNE 01, 2016
APRIL 01, 2016