I am an electrophysiologist and I am interested in neuronal networks dynamics. I am a postdoc in the lab of György Buzsáki at NYU Neuroscience Institute. My current research is focused on perturbation of theta oscillations in behaving rats and its effect on spatial navigation. My Postdoc is funded by the Danish Council for Independent Research.

In my PhD I did combined high density silicon probes together with intracellular- and electroneurogram recordings from the turtle spinal cord to address the network architecture behind motor pattern generation. I graduated from University of Copenhagen in 2015 from the lab of Rune Berg.

[google scholar] [pubmed] [linkedin] [researchgate]


Method paper published in Bio Protocol

The method paper on the turtle preparation that Rune Berg and I developed is now out. Title and abstract below. Spinal Cord Preparation from Adult Red-eared Turtles for Electrophysiological Recordings during Motor [...]

Cover image and insight by Mark Humphries

Our paper is now out in eLife with an insight article by Mark Humphries. The story is featured on the eLife frontpage with cover illustration. Cover illustration shows a motoneuron loaded with biocytin [...]

Paper accepted in eLife!

My paper on Lognormal firing rate distribution in motor networks has been accepted for publication in eLife. You can find the preprint here. Abstract When spinal circuits generate rhythmic movements it [...]

My PhD thesis is submitted

Today I submitted my PhD thesis with the title: The Neuronal Network Orchestration behind Motor Behaviors. It was supervised by Rune W. Berg. Abstract In biological networks, millions of neurons [...]